Ireland is ‘green in nature’; This is the perfect place to celebrate a holiday in nature after this period of epidemics and closures. Thus, Marcella Ercolini, Irish Director of Tourism, re-opens to tourism and speaks of a country that restores itself by offering responsible, sustainable, environmentally and socially focused, outdoor activities and “soft” tourism. Of view.
“To promote tourism, the Irish government has invested 19 million euros in outdoor activities and 19 million euros in the outdoor structure of hotels and restaurants, so that guests can be welcomed outside next season in view of the weather and anti-Kovid.” .
Meanwhile, the Tourism Board is planning two advocates and workshops in 2022 to talk about safe reopening after the Pandemic – one in Belfast and one in County Kerry. “Tourism is a very important component of the Irish economy – underscoring Ercolini – which represents 4% of GDP and offers 330,000 jobs: not only in cities but also in local communities. In addition to Dublin, Cork will land flights appreciating the growing focus on food and beverages that allow visitors, especially repeaters, to explore the southern part of the island, and today there are 6 Michelin-starred restaurants on the island, 3 of which are Green Star of Sustainability.
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