Media Visits to Ireland
We arrange media visits to the island of Ireland each year on a broad range of themes. Here are a few examples of the kind of itineraries we might suggest, to give you inspiration. If you are interested in discussing a bespoke itinerary with us, we would be delighted to discuss content to suit your research needs. All of our media visits are arranged in cooperation with our partners Failte Ireland and the NITB on the island of Ireland.
Written by award-winning author and screenwriter, Frank Cottrell-Boyce,and featuring the people of Derry~Londonderry as performers and participants, the Return of Colm Cille will use drama, colour, music and performance to create a unique ...
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Rated one of the world’s top five road trips, the Causeway Coastal Route stretches for 120 miles from Belfast Lough to Lough Foyle.
Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival offers a packed programme of music, comedy, theatre, literature, film, circus and visual arts taking place throughout the city.
Europe’s friendliest city is alive and buzzing with cultural experiences forged from the city’s multi layered ancient and recent past. You’ll stumble upon spontaneous music sessions while wandering through the cultural canvas that is Dublin. Art, literature and comedy fill the city’s historic buildings with energy and warmth. Also take the opportunity to venture outside the city to explore a few of Ireland’s hidden gems.
The 2013 Irish Open will be contested at Carton House on The Montgomerie Course. The event returns to the Republic of Ireland after a hugely successful Irish Open in the Royal Portrush in Antrim.
Mourne International Walking Festival is an annual event taking place in the scenic Mourne Mountains, Co Down, the mountains & surrounding area offers some of the best walking in Ireland set within stunning scenery.
Come to experience some of the varied islands on Ireland’s South West Atlantic Coast: Hare Island and Cape Clear or Skerkin, all unique with rugged landscape, wildlife and stunning West Cork coastline
Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann. Music takes over the streets with sessions, fun-days, pagents, marching bands, competitions, ceili bands, concerts and singing
Enjoy guided tours of Hill of Tara, Newgrange Bru na Boinne, Battle of Boyne Visitor Centre, Drogheda Town and The Carlingford Oyster Festival for a fun-filled festival for the whole family
Unwind after 18 holes of golf with tastings of Ireland’s best loved whiskeys;
Grit, glory and national pride are all part of the spirit of Ireland’s traditional sporting heritage. To celebrate our rich sporting culture, this trip has been designed to introduce and give you an insight into the most popular sports on the island.
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Derry~Londonderry celebrates the first UK City of Culture in the year 2013 more
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"Ireland’s 15 principal railway stations are named after the leaders of the 1916 uprising."
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