Cashel allocated funding through new €15.5m Fáilte Ireland Destination Towns Scheme

Cashel in Co. Tipperary will be allocated significant funding by Fáilte Ireland to develop its potential as a tourism ‘destination town’.   The funding has been allocated through Tipperary County Council as part of the €15.5million ‘Destination Towns’ initiative launched earlier this year by the National Tourism Development Authority.   The Destination Towns project in Cashel will […]

National Restaurant Voucher Launched Today!

The Restaurants Association of Ireland have today launched the RAI Gift Voucher. The RAI have teamed up with Fáilte Ireland to bring you the perfect gift this Christmas. The Restaurants Association of Ireland have teamed up with Fáilte Ireland for 2019 to bring you the RAI Gift Voucher ahead of the Christmas season. Members of […]

Tipperary Walk features on “Tales and Trails” New Immersive Podcast bringing walking trails to life

Fáilte Ireland has partnered with website Lovin.ie to showcase some of Ireland’s spectacular walking trails through a series of articles, videos and podcasts featuring well known personalities.   Entitled ‘Tales and Trails’ the series will encourage people to plan a short walking break in Ireland’s Ancient East, along the Wild Atlantic Way, in Ireland’s Hidden […]

Fáilte Ireland and Waterways Ireland Join Forces to Develop Tourism Along Ireland’s Inland Waterways

Fáilte Ireland CEO Paul Kelly and Waterways Ireland Acting CEO John McDonagh met today to discuss the Strategic Partnership Programme which has been agreed by both organisations. The Strategic Partnership Programme signed today between Fáilte Ireland and Waterways Ireland primarily focuses on the delivery of a programme of works to improve the quality of the […]

German travel writers visit North Tipperary

Five travel writers from various German media outlets – including regional newspapers, a special interest magazine and a travel blog – have been visiting Tipperary and Ireland, as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland. They have a combined audience of almost 380,000 readers.   One of the highlights of the group’s time here was […]

Belgian travel agents check out Tipperary

A leading Belgian tour operator – BT Tours – and some of its top-producing travel agents have been visiting Co Tipperary this week, as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland.   The aim of the visit was to showcase some of the many things to see and do in Ireland’s Ancient East for Belgian […]

Australian Travel Agents Say G’Day To Tipperary

A group of Australian travel agents is visiting Tipperary and Ireland this week. They are here as guests of Tourism Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Australian Pacific Touring (APT), a leading tour operator. The travel agents all won the opportunity to travel to here – and to try out the brand new ATP island of Ireland […]

Belgian Ttravel Agents Wowed By Tipperary

Twenty Belgian travel agents have been exploring Tipperary and Ireland this week – as guests of Tourism Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Gallia, a leading Belgian tour operator. The travel agents were here to experience at first-hand the wealth of things to see and do in Tipperary and Ireland for Belgian holidaymakers. One of the highlights […]

An Indian summer for Tipperary – As Top Tour Operators Pay A Visit

Seven leading tour operators from India have been visiting Tipperary and Ireland this week, on a fact-finding tour organised by Tourism Ireland in conjunction with Fáilte Ireland and Tourism NI.   The tour operators – based in the cities of New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Chandigarh – are here to experience at first-hand what Tipperary […]

Welcome For Funding For The Butler Trail – Cllr. Martin Lonergan

Local Independent County Councillor, Martin Lonergan has welcomed Fáilte Ireland making €110k in funding available to develop the Butler Trail in County Tipperary through its ‘New Ideas in Ancient Spaces’ Capital Grants Scheme for attractions within the Ireland’s Ancient East initiative.   Commenting on the news, Cllr Lonergan said, “Launched last April, Ireland’s Ancient East […]

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