Five wonderful walks exploring the island of Ireland   If you want to treat yourself to the very best views of an island much-lauded for its scenery, there is no better way than on foot.   With an epic coastline, stunning mountain ranges, a welcome second to none and endless amounts of beautiful spaces, a walking holiday on the island of Ireland...
€6m investment in digital transformation of tourism activities and attractions announced Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin TD today (29th May 2021) unveiled details of Fáilte Ireland’s new Digital that Delivers programme which will see an initial investment of €6m in the specialised training and digitalisation of visitor attractions and activities across Ireland in 2021. As only 15% of Irish activity and...
Ireland's greenways and trails are a great way to see some of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the country, and they have just received a new addition. Outdoor-lovers can now tackle a newly-launched scenic 130km walking and cycling greenway that passes through four counties. The Royal Canal Greenway stretches alongside a historic 225-year-old canal, and it begins in...
Wicklow is one of Ireland’s most iconic tourist destinations, both in terms of its built heritage and its’ natural heritage. Now with the launch of its “Camino” style Passport, Wicklow Tourism wants to encourage visitors to the county to explore more, and get to know locations, and also to participate in activities as they drive cycle or walk the length...
Minister O’Donovan announces free admission to OPW visitor sites in support of the Government’s recovery and reopening plan. Mr. Patrick O’ Donovan T.D., Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works (OPW), today announced that admission charges to all fee-paying open OPW heritage sites are being waived in line with the Government’s recovery and reopening plan outlined...