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While children are separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border, and the Italy's refusal to accept the migrant rescue ship Aquarius highlights the divisions over migration in the EU, Galway gets set to mark World Refugee Day at an uncertain time.
The history and stories behind Belvedere House, Gardens and Park will be brought to life thanks to a €198,000 development grant from Fáilte Ireland.
Fáilte Ireland is to invest more than €860,000 into the Céide Fields Visitor Centre in north Mayo, helping to bring state-of-the-art visitor experiences to the OPW site.
It is shaping up to be a great year for Irish hospitality, and with accommodation bookings well up everywhere and eating out for breakfast and brunch now hugely popular — especially in cities — the quality of the Irish breakfast is playing a new part in showcasing the stellar standards of our food and hospitality industries.
The recipe for the success of the Tubbercurry St Patrick’s Day 10k over the past 45 years is based on tradition. Participants receive a genuine céad míle fáilte at Tom and Annie Killoran’s Teeling St event headquarters.
A group of media and social media influencers from Qatar and Australia have arrived in Ireland via Qatar Airway's new flights from Doha to Dublin for a press trip to learn more about two of Fáilte Ireland’s major tourism brands: the Wild Atlantic Way and Dublin – A Breath of Fresh Air.
Cushman & Wakefield Galway has been instructed by Fáilte Ireland on the sale of its interest in its Galway city tourist office on Forster Street. The property extends to a total of 1,388.5 square metres over three levels and occupies one of the city’s highest profile corners at the junction of Forster Street and Fairgreen, immediately adjacent to the Forster Court Hotel.
Councillors at Monday’s meeting of the Athlone Municipal District unanimously rejected Fáilte Ireland’s decision to maintain Athlone’s tourist office in its current location in Athlone Castle.
Organisers of Galway's 2020 Capital of Culture celebrations are appealing to homeowners across the city and county to open their houses to visitors when the time comes. The housing scheme which is being labelled Tar Isteach - the Irish for come in - is aimed at promoting a cultural exchange between Galwegians and visitors from across the world.
Fáilte Ireland must surrender the lease of the empty tourist office in Salthill back to the Galway City Council and "no further delay" in surrending that lease "should be tolerated" by the local authority.