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Holiday Inn at Dublin Airport is to shut its doors to guests and become a centre for asylum seekers

News that the Holiday Inn at Dublin Airport is to shut its doors to guests and become a centre for asylum seekers is a further sign of the continuing (...)

Kylemore staff (from left) Eithne O’Halloran (abbey experience manager); Linda Spitzer (retail manager);  Niamh Philbin (executive assistant); Jessica Ridge (marketing manager); Tim Heanue (visitor centre manager); Conor Coyne (executive director); John Murphy (head of finance); John O’Toole (head chef); Marguerite Foyle (restaurant manager); and Anja Gohlke (head gardener). Photograph: Aoife Herriott

As spring begins to stretch into early summer, Ireland’s devastated tourism industry is daring to think of recovery. Major attractions are desperate f(...)

Britain plans to introduce an Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) for all non-Irish and non-British citizens entering Northern Ireland across the Border.

A new visa waiver requirement for crossing the Border could put £160 million in Northern Ireland tourism revenue at risk and impact half a million tou(...)

Ted Kissane brings visitors  along  the three lakes of Killarney. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan

The most obvious economic impact of the war in Ukraine is playing out in Ireland and across the continent on garage forecourts, as fuel prices surge t(...)

Irish-produced knitwear modelled at Slane Castle ahead of QVC’s St Patrick’s Day show. Photograph: Enterprise Ireland

Cable knits and Claddagh rings at the ready: Enterprise Ireland and Tourism Ireland will return to live ecommerce platform QVC this St Patrick’s Day t(...)

Vancouver’s Bloedel Conservatory taking part in the 2020 St Patrick’s Day Global Greening. Photograph: Tourism Ireland.

As a consequence of war in Europe, St Patrick’s Day will not be as green as usual this year. Other colours take symbolic priority, and it is obvious w(...)

Setting sail: Vikings: Valhalla, starring Leo Suter as Harald, was filmed at Ashford Studios and on location in Co Wicklow. Photograph: Bernard Walsh/Netflix

It’s the television epic that makes Co Wicklow the backdrop for the blood-splattered adventures of 11th century Scandinavians. Now figures published b(...)

Prior to the pandemic the US market was worth €1.6bn   to Ireland’s tourism industry and it was growing quickly

One of the economic unknowns of the conflict in Ukraine is the impact it may have on international travel in 2022. For Ireland’s tourism industry th(...)

Bryson DeChambeau of team United States  on the ninth tee during the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits in September last year. Photograph: Stacy Revere/Getty Images

A State tourism agency last year paid more than €52,000 for Ryder Cup tickets to entertain clients and VIPs at the international golf tournament. Tou(...)

The Narrow Water Bridge project would link the Republic to Northern Ireland. Image: PA

More than twice as many cross-Border tourists go from Northern Ireland to the Republic rather than the other way around, a conference on tourism has b(...)

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