Tourism Ireland

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Teeing off from the 16th at Ballybunion. Photograph:  Frank Miller

Fáilte Ireland will take a fresh swing at the lucrative golf tourism market in 2019 as part of preparations to offset the impact of Brexit. Fáilte Ir(...)

Heart-stopping landscapes: Swedish couple Fred and Lisa survey the view in Connemara National Park in Tourism Ireland’s new campaign.

Tourism Ireland’s new global marketing campaign reaches German television this week in the next phase of its bid to persuade more tourists to choose I(...)

Of the 11.2 million who visited Ireland in 2018, 4.7 million came from Britain.

Tourism chiefs are stepping up efforts to lure British visitors to Ireland amid Brexit. Tourism Ireland, whose role is to market Ireland as a holida(...)

Tourists enjoy the weather and sites in Trinity College Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The one thing that virtually everyone involved in the Irish tourism industry appears to agree on is that a trip to Ireland still represents good value(...)

Tourists enjoy a tour of Dublin with Viking Splash Tours. Photograph: Robert Alexander/ Getty Images

As the curtain fell on a record year for Irish tourism, the storm clouds were gathering like never before. While those charged with bringing visitors (...)

Potential post-Brexit restrictions on Irish freight passing through the UK ports like Dover (above) will be eased after Britain signed up to an international agreement covering fast-tracked transit through third countries

A group of Anglo Irish Bank junior bondholders, who resisted attempts to make them share the failed lender’s losses, are set to recoup all that they a(...)

Niall Gibbons of  Tourism Ireland and Brendan Griffin, Minister of State at the Department of Tourism: 2018 has been a record year, with €6.1 billion in revenues generated from 11.2 million overseas visitors to Ireland, up 10 per cent. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

The chief executive of Tourism Ireland says the State body will have to rewrite its plans for 2019 if Britain crashes out of the European Union withou(...)

Tourists in Dublin. Overall Irish revenues for the first nine months of the year are up 7.1 per cent compared to the corresponding period in 2017 with revenue from key markets up 12.2 per cent

The challenges posed by Brexit to the tourism industry have long been noted. Our over-reliance on overseas visitors from Britain, together with the de(...)

 A couple enjoy the view over the Upper Lake from the Spink Trail in Glendalough, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Getty Images

Tourism Ireland is to increase its spending by €10 million to €45 million next year and mount its first new global advertising campaign in seven years(...)

In the aftermath of the Disclosures Tribunal and recent amendments to Ireland’s whistleblowing laws, “it is understandable that Irish employers are seeking clarity on how to deal with protected disclosures in the workplace”

MONDAY (November 26th) Results: Fusion Antibodies. Indicators: UK mortgage approvals (Oct); German business climate, current conditions and expectat(...)

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