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Published on : Friday, January 22, 2016
Tourism Ireland in Germany kicked off its busy programme of promotions for 2016 this week – with a strong presence at CMT (Caravan, Motor & Tourism Fair) in Stuttgart. Tourism Ireland is joined at CMT by 12 Irish tourism businesses.
The nine-day travel fair attracted more than 241,000 visitors in 2015 – among them leading travel writers, tour operators and travel agents, as well as many thousands of German holidaymakers looking for ideas and suggestions for their next holiday.
Zoë Redmond, Tourism Ireland’s manager for Central Europe, said: “CMT in Stuttgart is our first major promotion of 2016 in Germany, providing an excellent opportunity to spread the word about the many great things to see and do in Ireland and to raise awareness about the exciting programme of events taking place this year, including Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink.”
Promoting the Wild Atlantic Way and the Causeway Coastal Route will continue to be a major focus of Tourism Ireland’s activity in Germany, and elsewhere around the world, in 2016. The organisation will highlight Dublin and Belfast and will unveil Ireland’s Ancient East, as well as Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink.
Zoë Redmond continued: “2015 was the best year ever for German visitor numbers to Ireland with the most recent CSO figures showing an increase of +16% for September to November. Tourism Ireland will roll out an extensive programme of promotional activity throughout 2016 – to keep the momentum going and build on that growth.”
PIC SHOWS: Sabine Rosenhammer, Skellig Reisen; Julie O’Connell, Tourism Ireland; Ralf-Michael Hubert, Irish Ferries; Stefan Kupner, Shannon-Travel Bootsreisen; Paula Irwin, Manor House Marine (and representing Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism); Ann Campbell, B&B Ireland; Elke Barnick, Skellig Reisen; Nadja König, Shamrock Irland Reisen; Martina Burba, Irish Caravan & Camping Council; Astrid Kliem, Highländer Reisen; Judith Koritke, Thoba Reisen; Michelle Tighe, Irish Greyhound Board; Sonja Fischer, Tourism Ireland, on the Ireland stand at CMT in Stuttgart.
Source:- Tourism Ireland
Tags: Tourism Ireland