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Representatives of the Castlebar Municipal District and Mayo County Council, who are in New York for the St Patrick’s Day period, met senior executives from Tourism Ireland in New York this week. They were briefed on Tourism Ireland’s extensive promotional programme for 2017, which is in full swing right now.
Fahy Travel has teamed up with Insight Vacations which provides premium escorted journeys that embody the art of touring in style. Insight Vacations introduces you to Europe, the eastern Mediterranean, and North America, with destinations expertly brought to life by renowned tour directors. With Insight Vacations, enjoy a variety of smaller-group touring styles guaranteed to suit your preferences and fulfil your travel dreams.
First things first: Trump’s election was greeted by wild rumours in Galway that all the US multinationals would be forced by the new president to re-locate to North America. This did not happen under Obama, as was initially feared, and it will not happen under Trump.
Luan Gallery is delighted to announce its first exhibition of 2017 entitled An Afterwards which will feature the work of leading contemporary Irish artist Mark Garry. The exhibition will feature new work by Garry and will respond directly to the architecture and design of Luan Gallery. Launching on Saturday, February 11 at 6pm, Luan Gallery will host a wine reception to which all are welcome.
In just a few months it will be exactly 100 years since Henry Ford established the Ford factory on the Marina in Cork City, and Ford Ireland plans to mark the centenary through a number of exciting initiatives in 2017.
The year 2016 was a record year for Irish tourism and the Government's investment in reaching out to our Diaspora appears to be paying off.
In just a few months it will be exactly 100 years since Henry Ford established the Ford factory on the Marina in Cork city, and Ford Ireland plans to mark the centenary through a number of exciting initiatives in 2017.
The latest Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) quarterly barometer released last week shows that overall hotel and guesthouse owners in Mayo and across the country are optimistic for their businesses in 2017. Nine out of ten (91 per cent) state they recorded increased business in 2016 while over half (57 per cent) of hotels and guesthouses grew their workforce during the year. Coming to the end of one of the strongest tourism years since the recession, the barometer also shows that nine out of ten (89 per cent) have plans to reinvest in their properties in the New Year.
Shannon Airport’s Christmas is set to get even better with passenger numbers over the festive season to increase by 5% on last year.