Future lies in hands-on history
Storytelling grants will make Cork’s rich history more accessible and competitive, writes Elaine O’Regan
Some 1.6 million tourists flocked to Cork in 2017, generating €628 million for the local economy, and all indications so far this year suggest this figure is set to rise, according to Jenny De Saulles, head of Ireland’s Ancient East at Fáilte Ireland.
“Cork had 1.1 million domestic trips in 2017 million, generating €202 million, while the county’s overseas appeal is clear with a real diversity in the markets coming here,” said De...
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