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Tourism Ireland unveils strategy to boost business from Germany and France

Tourism Ireland has launched a new plan aimed at growing the number of visitors to Ireland from Germany and France to 1.1 million by 2016.

1st April, 2014
Finola O’Mahony, Tourism Ireland’s head of Europe and Niall Gibbons, CEO.

Tourism Ireland has launched a new plan aimed at growing the number of visitors to Ireland from Germany and France to 1.1 million by 2016.

The new three-year plan sets out ambitious targets which would deliver revenue of €602 million to the economies of the north and south.

According to Tourism Ireland, 2013 was a record year for tourism to Ireland from Germany and France, which are our third and fourth largest tourism-generating markets.

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