Tourism Ireland board meets in Cashel

Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD, has announced funding of €24 million for Local Authorities to support and build low carbon communities across the country. A further €3 million is being provided to support cross-border and all-island community climate action initiatives. This funding is part of the Community Climate Action Programme, […]

Cashel Palace Hotel attends launch of Tourism Ireland’s 2023 marketing plans

Tourism Ireland has launched details of its marketing strategy and plans to promote the island of Ireland overseas in 2023, at an event attended by Tourism Minister Catherine Martin and around 500 tourism industry leaders from around the country – including the Cashel Palace Hotel. Tourism Ireland aims to rebuild revenue from overseas holidaymakers to pre-pandemic levels […]

Cashel Palace Hotel joins Tourism Ireland at International Luxury Travel Market in Cannes

Twenty-five (25) Irish tourism companies, including Cashel Palace Hotel, joined Tourism Ireland in Cannes last week, for the annual International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) – our largest-ever delegation of industry partners at this event. ILTM is an invitation-only event for the global luxury travel industry – attracting more than 1,800 influential travel agents and decision-makers who […]

Tipperary County Council visits Tourism Ireland in New York

Representatives of Tipperary County Council, who were in New York for the St Patrick’s Day period, met with senior executives from Tourism Ireland last week. They were briefed on Tourism Ireland’s extensive promotional programme in the United States for 2022, which is in full swing right now.   This year, Tourism Ireland is rolling out […]

Hotel Minella joins Tourism Ireland at world’s largest travel fair

~ Tourism Ireland ramps up 2020 drive with record presence at world’s largest travel fair ~   A major tourism push for 2020 kicked off when a delegation of Irish tourism businesses – including Hotel Minella – joined Tourism Ireland in London, at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM). World Travel Market is the largest […]

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 […]

New Tourism Ireland video highlights Rock of Cashel and Ireland’s Ancient East

Monastic marvels, myths and legends … Tourism Ireland encourages people everywhere to come and discover Ireland’s Ancient East Tourism Ireland has created a new online film to highlight Ireland’s Ancient East. Featuring the Rock of Cashel, the video is inviting prospective visitors on a journey into the past, to come and experience a destination with […]

Spotlight on Rock of Cashel in Canada

Tourism Ireland and Aer Lingus are partnering with The Citadel Theatre in Edmonton (Alberta), to target audiences of the musical Once, which is running there right now. Window clings on the theatre feature a display of Irish images, including the Rock of Cashel, designed to encourage theatre-goers to continue their journey of Irish music and […]

Tipperary hotelier attends Tourism Ireland’s B2B workshop in London

Tourism Minister Brendan Griffin joined Irish tourism enterprises – including the Dundrum House Hotel – in London this week, for Flavours of Ireland 2018. ‘Flavours’ is Tourism Ireland’s annual B2B tourism workshop, where tourism companies from Ireland meet and do business with around 100 top UK inbound tour operators. Now in its 16th year, Flavours […]

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 […]

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