Ireland Visit Visa – Are you Planning to Stay in Ireland ?

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People from certain nation require Ireland Tourist visa before arriving in the state, whether by air, sea or land.  An Irish Visit Visa is a certificate which is placed on your passport or travel document in order to indicate that you are an authorized to land in the state subject to any other conditions of […]

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Enjoy your Break by Visiting Ireland on Ireland Tourist Visa

Ireland, a beautiful nation that has been caught between rugged mountains and adventurous hotspots has a great deal to offer for travelers. An Indian national looking forward to escaping from his or her busy schedule or aspires to rekindle their joyful life can choose to apply for Ireland Tourist Visa from India to make their […]

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Titanic Belfast becomes second most visited tourist attraction on island of Ireland

Over 800,000 visitors in first year of operation Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson hailed “the legacy of the most famous ship ever built” as Titanic Belfast announced it has become the second most visited tourist attraction on the island. The Titanic Visitor Experience recorded 807,340 visitors during its first year of operation, just behind […]

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Ireland’s move on tax and visas boosts tourism

Reduced taxation and the easing of tourist visa rules means that Ireland is outperforming tourism to the UK, according to new research. UK-based B2B wholesaler JacTravel has seen its Irish business increase by 223%, whereas UK business has grown 111% since 2009. The company attributes this to Ireland’s pro-tourism measures such as slashing the rates […]

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Belfast emerges as tourism hotspot

Belfast has made a list of Europe’s top 10 fastest-growing travel destinations. The dock where the Titanic was built is among must-see attractions listed by influential travellers’ website TripAdvisor. The company recognised destinations that have seen the greatest increase in positive feedback and interest from travellers year on year. The city was ranked eighth in […]

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Battle to put tourist spotlight on capital

A MAJOR push is on to have Dublin marketed separately from the rest of the country as a tourist destination. THE capital is well-known by the British and Americans but should get its own unique branding and be promoted heavily in emerging economies, says a new report from Dublin City Council. The Roadmap for Branding […]

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