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Galway named one of the world’s top 20 tourist destinations

Galway has always been popular, but its recent meteoric rise in popularity continues with yet another travel guide declaring it one of the world's...

The Galmont Hotel rolls out the carpet for Chinese tourism

Galway's Galmont Hotel & Spa was recently certified by Fáilte Ireland as a key tourism business for catering to the growing number of Chinese...

State buys Gate Lodge at Portumna Castle to further tourism plans

An historic Gate Lodge at Portumna Castle has been bought by the state to incorporate it into plans to develop the castle as a...

Galway facing shortfall of hotel rooms in the next five years.

More hotel space is needed in Galway to accommodate the growing number of overseas tourists coming every year Fáilte Ireland is insisting. Galway is expected...

Galway is the second most popular destination in Ireland for overseas tourists

Galway attracted the second highest amount of overseas visitors in 2017, beating Cork and Kerry, according to the new figures from Fáilte Ireland. Last year...
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