This year’s Winterval festival in Waterford was the most successful to date, building on the success of last year’s event which brought an additional € 14 million into the local economy in the run up to Christmas, the organisers have revealed.

(...) and further growing business for Waterford and a tourism product in what is typically a non-tourism(...)

We have to teach people to cook food from scratch, and teach them young. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) everyone in Irish tourism: celebrate the local, and work together. Food officers Local authorities have(...)

Relatives and friends attend the funeral of Honduran beauty queen Maria Jose Alvarado Munoz, the reigning Miss Honduras, and her sister, Sofia Trinidad Alvarado, who were found dead on November 19th  in Santa Barbara, Honduras. Photograph: EPA/STR

Venezuela 2014, during a robbery and Génesis Carmona, Miss Tourism Venezuela 2013, while attending an anti(...)

A boy thows an egg at an image of Vladimir Putin in Kiev in May. Photographs: Sergey Gapon/AFP/Getty

(...), the airline is being restructured, and Christoph Mueller – An Post chairman, director of Tourism(...)

British food writer Xanthe Clay will chair a conference on food tourism in Belfast in February

(...) on Food. The development of food tourism in the city is the theme, and it is being organised by(...)

Walkers, cyclists and tourists

(...), cycling, tourism and property rights. It has certainly opened my eyes to the legitimate fears and gripes(...)

 “Having to actually walk the walks brought the bonus, however, of experiencing the incredible variety of scenery crammed into our tiny island. From the Antrim basalts to the old sandstones of Kerry and from the igneous rocks of Donegal to the Burren karstlands, there always seemed to be a new and breathtaking reward around the corner.”

(...) disproportionate value of tourism for rural communities continually struck me forcibly and reinforced my belief(...)

Walkers, cyclists and tourists

(...) the point of view of encouraging tourism and also to enable people to get out and enjoy their local(...)

Graham Kenny on  one of thetrails at the family farm near Roscrea

(...), of course, tourism. “My mother and father, John and Linda, first started trying to get the tourists(...)

CSO figures show that more than 1.84 million people travelled to Ireland between September and November, up 6.4 per cent on the same period last year.  File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) abroad, up 2 per cent on the same period last year. Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal(...)