Sustainability underpins Tourism Ireland’s new three-year marketing strategy
Looking to enhance your reading experience for this story? Travel Weekly recommends whacking on a track by The Cranberries, The Boomtown Rats or even The Corrs – just not U2.
Destination Wrap: Sydney’s night-time economy boost, new ‘Philausophy’ video, Dubai’s tourism surge + MORE!
Want to impress your clients and appear worldly to your friends? Read up on all the latest news from destinations around the world right here.
Destination Wrap: Venice’s new tourist tax, Tokyo hit by typhoon, California bans mini-hotel shampoo bottles + MORE!
Our favourite part of Monday morning is putting together this delightful wrap up of destination news for our faithful readers. Just kidding! We don’t like anything about Mondays.
Tourism Ireland celebrates Game of Thrones with stained glass installations
Travel Weekly staff are still recovering from this week’s steamy episode of the world’s favourite medieval soap opera, so our boss gave us this press release to tide us over.
WATCH: Tourism Ireland launches global campaign with heart-warming ad
This new ad marks the brand’s first major global campaign since 2011, and a word of warning: it’s extremely cute.
Tourism Ireland celebrates record numbers at new Sydney office opening
by Ali Coulton
What has a giant cake shaped like a shamrock, oodles of champagne and a giant novelty ribbon? Tourism Ireland’s office opening in Sydney, of course.
Here are the must-visit foodie hotspots in Ireland
This article had us drooling on our keyboard and feeling shameful about our lunch. We think the only cure is booking a flight to Ireland ASAP.
Here’s why so many screen tourists are visiting Ireland
This article had us daydreaming about riding a dragon over scenic Northern Ireland, until our boss politely asked us to sit down.
Three Irish cities that will take your breath away
Don’t worry, they won’t literally give you breathing difficulties. Unless you’re allergic to welcoming people, a buzzing atmosphere, and a wealth of things to see and do.
TW sits down with Tourism Ireland’s Alison Metcalfe
We showed Alison Metcalfe the moves we learned from 3 hours of Riverdance, and managed three one-legged kicks before she asked us to stop.
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