Category Archives: Ireland Travel
The director’s cut of the first ever TV advert used to market the island of to tourists planning on taking a vacation in Ireland has been re-released online by Tourism Ireland. The release of the video by Tourism Ireland marks … Continue reading
This month has certainly been a busy month for Irish Tourism with Tourism Ireland accepting two awards in Germany. Tourism Ireland attended the accolade at ITB in Berlin last week to accept their first award for Expedia’s ‘Campaign of the … Continue reading
When it comes to Ireland vacations no trip compares to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at home in Ireland. When it comes to trips to Ireland, none compare to the St Patrick’s Weekend festivities. Those planning a trip to Ireland and … Continue reading
A review of the tourism industry in Killarney has found that the popular tourist town of Killarney, County Kerry still comes out on top with both local visitors and overseas visitors planning a vacation in Ireland. Killarney is one of … Continue reading
Cork city in Ireland is set to see a boost this year with the announcement of a new, direct summer route to from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Cork with Air France.
Tourism Ireland were showcasing the best of Ireland to over 400 top international buyers from 40 countries at the ExploreGB 2017 exhibition in Brighton recently. Some of the world’s top international buyers from countries, including the US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, China, … Continue reading
Donegal’s popular Harvey’s Point was recently announced as Ireland’s Hotel of the Year at the 2017 Georgina Campbell Awards. The popular Donegal four-star hotel, also Ireland’s No.1 on TripAdvisor won the prestigious award for its stunning location and accommodation facilities … Continue reading
The much awaited Keelings Farm Fresh Gold Medal Awards were recently held in Lyrath Estate in County Kilkenny. The prestigious awards recognise and reward excellence across Irish hospitality and catering industries.
If you are taking a vacation in Ireland this weekend, then a visit to 37th annual Cork Folk Festival is a must. The much-awaited festival runs until Sunday the 2nd of October and is set to showcase some of Ireland’s … Continue reading