Tourism Ireland attend travel fair targeting German holiday makers

Tuesday, January 17, 2023.

PIC SHOWS: Barbara Smyth, Silver Line Cruisers; Jonathan Thomas, Irish Rugby Tours; Norma O’Shea, Skellig Six18 Distillery; Stefan Kupner, Shannon-Travel Bootsreisen; Elisabeth Murthum, Irlandspezialistin; Ronan Mackey, Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre; Martina Burba, Irish Caravan & Camping Council; Chris Ruebel, Tourism Ireland; Aisling Burke, Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre; Gabi Ruebel, Castle Hotel and Ballina Manor Hotel; and Mary Lyons and Viktoria Albrecht, both Tourism Ireland, at CMT in Stuttgart.
Barbara Smyth, Silver Line Cruisers Jonathan Thomas, Irish Rugby Tours Norma O’Shea, Skellig Six18 Distillery Stefan Kupner, Shannon-Vacation Bootsreisen Elisabeth Murthum, Irlandspezialistin Ronan Mackey, Newbridge Silverware Customer Centre Martina Burba, Irish Caravan & Camping Council Chris Ruebel, Tourism Eire Aisling Burke, Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre Gabi Ruebel, Castle Lodge and Ballina Manor Resort and Mary Lyons and Viktoria Albrecht, both of those Tourism Eire, at CMT in Stuttgart.

Tourism Eire and partners go to travel reasonable in Stuttgart focusing on German holidaymakers for Eire

Tourism Ireland in Germany kicked off its 2023 programme of promotions at CMT (holiday break exhibition) in Stuttgart this 7 days. Tourism Eire is joined at CMT by 9 tourism businesses from Eire.

CMT is one of the most significant journey fairs in Germany, attracting close to 300,000 people – or possible holidaymakers for Eire – all wanting for tips and strategies for their following holiday getaway. CMT also draws in main tour operators and journey agents, as very well as close to 1,500 travel and life style journalists, throughout the nine-working day party.

Nadine Lehmann, Tourism Ireland’s Supervisor Germany, said: “CMT in Stuttgart is the to start with travel honest of the 12 months for Tourism Eire, delivering an superb prospect to distribute the word about the a lot of terrific matters to see and do in Eire and to persuade German travellers to set Eire on their holiday getaway ‘wish-list’ for 2023.

“Germany is the 3rd-premier source of site visitors to the island of Eire and a person of the biggest outbound journey markets in the planet. In 2019, we welcomed 749,000 German people to the island of Eire.”

Advertising the Wild Atlantic Way, Dublin, Belfast, the Causeway Coastal Route, Ireland’s Historic East and Ireland’s Concealed Heartlands will carry on to be a main emphasis of Tourism Ireland’s exercise in Germany, and in other places all-around the entire world, in 2023. The organisation will also keep on to highlight relieve of access from Germany to Eire.

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