Category Archives: Ireland vacations
Tweet Dublin and Galway have been voted amongst the top six friendliest cities in the world, according to the leading Condé Nast Traveler Magazine and its 29th annual Readers Choice Awards.
Tweet Statistics just released by Fáilte Ireland has just revealed how 3.8 million vacations in Ireland were taken in 2015, representing an increase of 6% on domestic holiday trip statistics from 2014.
Tweet The much- awaited and popular Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann is set to return from the 14th until the 22nd of August to the town of Ennis in County Clare. Popular with both locals and those planning a vacation in … Continue reading
Tweet Following on from the latest travel data statistics by the Central Statistics Office, Fáilte Ireland have just published its Tourism Facts for 2015, detailing a full report on how tourism in general and trips to Ireland fared over the … Continue reading
Tweet It was recently announced that Tourism Ireland has teamed up with one of Dublin’s most popular attractions; the Guinness Storehouse in its new campaign which highlights and features Dublin has a top destination in four vital markets- Italy, France, … Continue reading
Tweet Tourism Ireland has just launched an online film promoting several of Dublin’s key landmarks and tourist attractions, showcasing what makes Ireland’s capital city so special. The short film, titled “10 Things to do in Dublin” encourages people from all over … Continue reading
Tweet Tourism Ireland in association with Smooth Radio has released the third in a series of short films promoting the island of Ireland to potential visitors from Great Britain. The short film features actor Richard E Grant exploring the Wild Atlantic … Continue reading
Tweet Tourism Ireland recently launched a new short film online which aims to promote several key landmarks and tourist attractions in Dublin City. Dublin City is home to some of Ireland’s most recognisable attractions including the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and Temple … Continue reading
Tweet After the recent announcement that spend from UK visitors is up by 18% it comes as a disappointment that tourism in Ireland is thought to be one of the first sectors which will feel the impact of “Brexit” as … Continue reading
Tweet Tourists visiting Ireland from Great Britain spent €33 million more between January and March 2016 than in the same period in 2015, making a vast increase of 18%. In this period, British tourists were found to have spent €214 … Continue reading