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Condé Nast Traveller has voted Cork as the third friendliest city in the world in a poll taken this month. Ireland’s second city saw off competition from Dublin and Galway to secure the third spot in this month’s poll.  Some of the reasons given by the magazine’s editors were  Cork’s ‘picturesque, riverfront location’ and ‘cozy pubs […]
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During a ceremony at Dublin Port today, officials announced the ‘Linking People and Places’ investment plan, part of Project Ireland 2040, with details of the nearly €25 billion planned for investment in tourism, transport, and sport over the next decade. Thet plan was announced by the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. […]
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Ireland’s top tourist attractions, paid and free, have been revealed in Fáilte Ireland’s annual list of “Ireland’s most popular visitor attractions” for 2017. The Guinness Storehouse once again drew the most visitors, with 1,711,281 people coming through its doors this year. The National Gallery of Ireland, however, received the most significant
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According to recent figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), trips to Ireland by overseas residents rose by 8% to 899,900 in April 2018 compared to April 2017. The percentage marks an overall increase of 66,600 visitors. Trips by residents of Great Britain increased by 3.3% to 322,700. Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, said: […]
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The Vaults, a new tourist attraction in Dublin City centre, is set to open its door on the 30th of June. The attraction will have six scenes spread across four floors of the old Augistinian St John’s National School in Dublin 8. Each of these scenes will feature 360° sets with state of the art lighting, […]
Tourism
One of the world’s most adventerous bi-directional yacht cruising routes now include the coastlines of Galway, Mayo & Clare. The Cool Route project aims to grow numbers of private craft, super-yachts and passenger liners visiting the coastlines of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the Faroe islands and Norway. Discussions led by the Harbour Master at the Port
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Spike Island, known as ‘Ireland’s Alcatraz’, has been named Europe’s leading tourist attraction at the 2017 World Travel Awards. The former prison was up against some of the world’s most well-known attractions including the Eiffel Tower, Roman Colosseum and Buckingham Palace, and its success makes it an unprecedented three in a row for Ireland, following […]
Tourism
Earlier this month, Ireland’s first floating boardwalk was unveiled at Acres Lake in Co Leitrim. The 600m boardwalk – between Drumshanbo and Carrick-on-Shannon – will serve as the final leg of the Shannon Blueway, part of an expanding network of recreational trails that offer walking, kayaking, and cycling routes in lesser-known parts of the State. […]
Tourism
A new project aiming to bring back 10,000 years of Irish history through the restoration of raised bogs across Ireland has been launched by Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys. The Living Bog Project will see restoration measures take place on 12 raised bog special areas of conservation (SACs) in seven counties […]
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In the days of climate change, living environmentally friendly plays a key part in sustaining the current quality of the earth for future generations. Not only private households across Europe do their part in ensuring a greener future, the Governments of different countries have started to take action, by increasing recycling in their country or […]
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