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All tourist trails lead to Cork

Fáilte Ireland’s Ancient East marketing campaign and five new attractions are expected to boost visitor numbers to the region, writes Ruth Wildgust

26th June, 2016
Shoppers enjoy a day out in Cork city centre

As an integral part of Ireland’s Ancient East and the start of the Wild Atlantic Way, Cork is well positioned to benefit from the expected growth in visitor numbers in response to the promotion of these initiatives internationally.

“Initiatives like the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East are key to growing Cork’s tourism revenue,” said Jenny De Saulles, head of Ireland’s Ancient East division at Fáilte Ireland....

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