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.
History is around every corner in Ireland, from ancient Viking towns to 18th-century gardens and 15th-century castles. It would take years to explore everything there is to offer - so this three-day itinerary will take you on a brief tour, ...
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St Patrick’s Day is Ireland’s national day of celebration - showcasing all that is good about Ireland in a carnival atmosphere, with street theatre, performances, pageantry, music and dance.
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.
Unwind after 18 holes of golf with tastings of Ireland’s best loved whiskeys;
island hopping tour of the West coast off Galway and Mayo is a truly unique experience with the sights, sounds and atmosphere to both fascinate and amaze you
The Causeway Coastal Route is a way-marked 120 mile trail of outstanding scenic drives and attractions which, taken together, make up what has deservedly been described as ´one of the world´s great road journeys´. The following three day itinerary offers you the opportunity to explore this spectacular scenic drive and check out the must see destinations en route.
The South East of Ireland is an evocative patchwork of fertile valleys and plains. Down through the centuries the Celts, Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans have passed through these valleys, leaving behind a landscape rich in historical remains.
The Turner Prize is the UK’s foremost award for contemporary art
Something extraordinary is happening in November as Artichoke - producers of the hugely successful Peace Camp - return with a nocturnal winter festival that will amaze residents and visitors alike
Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann. Music takes over the streets with sessions, fun-days, pagents, marching bands, competitions, ceili bands, concerts and singing
Take a journey through historic Belfast, and in particular, the story of Titanic, from her conception - to being built in Northern Ireland’s Capital - to her ill-fated maiden voyage. Explore a city that has emerged from decades of strife into a vibrant, buzzing destination, filled with hip boutiques and a glut of excellent gastro delights.
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