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Dublin City Council has announced that a grant agreement has now been signed with the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media (DTCAGSM) in relation to the Dalymount Park Redevelopment Project. The allocation of €918,750 from the Large Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund (LSSIF) will part fund the design and planning elements of the […]
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Image courtesy of Tourism Ireland The Office of Public Works (OPW) in association with Fáilte Ireland and the St. Patrick’s Festival Organisation is delighted to announce details of the ‘greening’ of Heritage sites and State buildings for the duration of the 2021 St. Patrick’s Festival. The St. Patrick’s Festival celebrates St. Patrick’s Day both nationally […]
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Picture above: Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, TD. Image courtesy of Twitter. Ireland’s Minister for Tourism, Catherine Martin TD, urges closer cooperation on recovery at EU Ministers high-level meeting The EU has been urged to consider ways to enable the recommencement of safe travel, as vaccine programmes proceed, so
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Image courtesy of @wikicommons Fáilte Ireland announces details of new €55million business continuity scheme for the tourism sector and priorities for 2021 at industry event ‘Survive to Thrive’.  On the 1st February, Fáilte Ireland announced the details of its new €55million Tourism Business Continuity Scheme.  The announcement was made at a special virtual industry event
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The Carlow County Museum is an award-winning experience in Carlow Town’s Cultural Quarter. The Museum, found on College Street, distinguishes itself by both being open year round and offering free admission. The Carlow County Council works in association with the Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society (C.H.A.S.) to maintain the four galleries worth of exhibitions
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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