Tourism Ireland has created a new online film to highlight the Wild Atlantic Way – and to remind people everywhere how the route has brought the world closer together.
Tourism Ireland is doubling its marketing investment in China, to €1 million, and will also double its marketing team to 12 over the coming months. The destination aims to grow Chinese visitor numbers to 200,000 by 2025.
Tourism minister Brendan Griffin has launched the 2019 marketing plan for Tourism Ireland in the United States at an event in New York attended by leading tour operators, travel agents and journalists from the tri-State area.
As Aer Lingus unveils its new livery, Breaking Travel News catches up with Niall Gibbons, chief executive of Tourism Ireland, to discover how important the carrier is to the hospitality sector in the destination
Introducing the first Big Bus Dublin bus to the city, the lord mayor of Dublin, Nial Ring, cut the ribbon alongside Phil Boggon, executive vice president of western Europe at Big Bus Tours.
Recognised with the title of Europe’s Leading Meetings & Conference Centre by the World Travel Awards, Paul Carnell, sales director with the Convention Centre Dublin, talks to Breaking Travel News about the honour.
The Guinness Storehouse has retained its position as Ireland’s number one international visitor attraction by surpassing all previous records, with 1,711,281 guests passing through its doors in 2017. Since first opening its doors to the public in 2000, the Guinness Storehouse has welcomed almost 18 million visitors.
The Convention Centre Dublin has announced that it will host the live televised UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying draw, which will take place on December 2nd, 2018. The 2020 championships mark the 60th anniversary of UEFA’s prestigious competition.
Icelandair has announced a new year-round service to Dublin, Ireland, beginning May 8th, from their hub in Keflavik, Iceland. The non-stop flights will operate six days a week with connections onwards to 20 gateways in North America.