Category Archives: Waterford
Tourism Ireland have just launched details of a three year tourism plan. The aim of the three year plan (2020-2022) is to grow overseas tourism revenue to €6.54 billion which is an increase of +13% and visitor numbers taking vacations … Continue reading
In a bid to encourage more Ireland vacations specifically to the South East and to Waterford, the Visit Waterford Tourism Analysis and Promotional Plan has been launched. Officially opening the launch, Mayor of Waterford Cllr John Pratt spoke of the … Continue reading
The eight edition of the Waterford Harvest Festival is set to make a colourful, tasty and aromatic return to Waterford city for a three-day festival celebrating what’s good about the South East’s food, heritage and culture. Running from the 9th … Continue reading
Waterford City will play host to a significant celebration of Irish culture between the 4th & 6th March with the 1848 Tricolour Celebration taking place throughout the city.
Followers of both Gaelic football and hurling will be familiar with the counties of Ireland being displayed in the Irish language. But what do these names actually mean? Continue reading
The Spraoi International Festival of Street Arts will take place in Waterford City between the 31st July and 2nd August with a wide range of globally renowned street art performers and musicians to entertain and enthral visitors of all ages.
There is a culinary treat in store for those visiting the West Waterford for the 2015 Festival of Food between the 9th and 12th April! Continue reading
To continue with our feature on “10 great reasons to visit Ireland in 2015”, part 3 takes us to the South Coast of Ireland and particularly to the counties of Cork, Kerry and Waterford.
Dust off your Santa hat and get into the festive spirit as Christmas in Cork has officially begun with the launch of Glow festival. A festival for all ages, not only is there a range of culinary delights to enjoy … Continue reading
Winterval takes place in Waterford City between 21st November and 23rd December 2014, and will be one of the largest festive celebrations of the Christmas season in Ireland. Continue reading