Liam Neeson joins Tourism Ireland to wish the world St. Patrick’s Day

Liam Neeson joins Tourism Ireland to wish the world St. Patrick's Day

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Actor Liam Neeson has voted for Tourism Ireland on the greenest day of the year.

Liam Neeson wishes St. Patrick’s Day to the world for a new tourism campaign in Ireland.

Ireland Tourism today released a new online film featuring the voice of a famous actor. Carrick-a-Red Rope Bridge, Dunlos Castle, Titanic Belfast, Kilkenny Castle, New Grange and Dingle all feature excellent footage from Northern Ireland and the Isle of Ireland.


Photo from Ireland Tourism

These snapshots are intertwined with images from the Global Greening Initiative of Tourism Ireland, which illuminates the famous landmarks and famous green spots on St. Patrick’s Day each year.

Although St. Patrick’s Day will be very different this year, Ireland Tourism wants to capitalize on the island’s presence around the world on March 17th to ensure that Northern Ireland and the Islands of Ireland remain up to date. A great vacation spot for reservations when the time is right.

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Liam Neeson said, “This year, more than ever, it will help make the world greener on St. Patrick’s Day, bringing positive and hope to millions of people on March 17th. I’m so excited to be working with Tourism Ireland on this film, and it will be a reminder of the beautiful island you have been waiting for when it’s safe to travel again. ”

Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, said: “We are grateful to Liam Neeson for helping us wish the world a happy St. Patrick’s Day.

“Our fans and followers will see our new film online on social media around the world. So we can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and keep the island of Ireland on top.

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“This year in particular, we want to bring something good and hopeful to our expatriates around the world. At a time when people living abroad are unable to go back to their home countries, we want to remind expatriates to feel at home and that we cannot wait to welcome them. Again as soon as possible. “


Picture Getty.

Next week, Tourism Ireland will release the image of St. Patrick in 12 markets around the world – UK, US, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Nordic countries, Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Netherlands and Belgium. And Switzerland.

The film will also be distributed to influential and influential international travel and lifestyle journalists as part of a large-scale advertising and PR campaign.

Earlier this month, the Irish Tourism Board announced details of some of the world’s most famous landmarks and attractions, which will join their global greening initiative this year to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Hundreds of major landmarks and popular landmarks, from Brussels to Buenos Aires and from Sydney to San Francisco, will be lit up in green – the Sydney Opera House, the Choice Tower in Pisa, and the Porticameria Villa in North Wales, , Sky Tower in Auckland, Prince’s Palace in Monaco, Sibels Fountain in Madrid and many more.

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