Wego and Tourism Ireland sign a campaign to get GCC travelers to visit the Island again. Wego is working with leading tourism boards across the world to boost tourism recovery and help travelers select the best destinations for their next holiday.
Wego and Tourism Ireland are bringing the best of the island of Ireland to GCC travelers offering them a glimpse of Ireland’s wonderful city breaks.
With Eid holidays coming up, travelers can book their holiday to enjoy one of the exciting experiences the island of Ireland has waiting for you.
Discover UNESCO City of literature, the culturally rich and invigorating Dublin. Travelers can opt to visit the vibrant galleries and old museums and castles, try exceptional food experiences, learn the story of this incredible city and much more.
Mamoun Hmedan, Chief Commercial Officer and Managing Director, Middle East, North Africa (MENA) and India of Wego, said: “We are excited to partner with Tourism Ireland to promote yet another marvelous country to our users. Wego is seeing a great demand for this country with marvelous city escapes for all types of travelers. We are seeing positive signs of recovery for tourism and through these collaborations, we aim to encourage people to travel more in the new norm.”
Another city that is a must see for everyone, is Belfast. People come to Belfast to explore the maritime heritage and to experience Titanic Belfast, which tells the story of the famous liner which was built in Belfast city. Belfast is also home to an incredible music heritage, wonderful Botanic Gardens, and lots of great places to eat and listen to traditional Irish music.
Aisling McDermott, Manager Middle East & Asia for Tourism Ireland, said: “We are delighted to partner with Wego to showcase the exciting array of things to see and do for visitors from the Middle East to our beautiful island. From vibrant cities to luxury castle stays, Ireland has something for all visitors whether travelling alone, with friends or your family. Our messages are clear, book your holiday to Ireland now where a warm welcome and unforgettable stay is waiting for you.”
The travel and tourism industry are steadily recovering, and people are traveling more to make up for their lost travel during the peak of the pandemic. Recently, Ireland relaxed its measures and announced that travelers don’t need to present a negative PCR test if they are fully vaccinated.
Nowadays, travelers are all about instagrammable places and cities. And Ireland has just what people are looking for with its top 10 list of instagrammed places, from the Cliffs of Moher, Killarney, Connemara, Howth, The Wild Atlantic Way, Dingle, Giant Causeway, Glendalough, Phoenix Park, and Titanic Belfast.