Fáilte Ireland to invest €6m in online tourist booking service for tourist attractions

The ‘Digital that Delivers’ scheme will provide specialised training and digitalisation services for vistor attractions

30th May, 2021
Fáilte Ireland to invest €6m in online tourist booking service for tourist attractions
Paul Mockler: The goal is to partner with up to 500 attraction, activity and day tour providers in the first year of the programme, and with 1,350 tourism businesses over the course of its five-year lifespan

A new Fáilte Ireland fund aimed at helping the operators of visitor attractions and activity centres to provide a wider range of online booking services will be launched tomorrow.

As part of the Digital that Delivers scheme, the tourism body will invest €6 million in providing specialised training and digitalisation services to businesses around the country.

Only 15 per cent of Irish activity and attraction providers currently have online booking engines that can...

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