Ireland… Dream now, travel later

i By May 12, 2020 No Comments

Meet in Ireland is looking forward to the time when they can once again meet with MICE planners from around the world. In the meantime, they offer these tastes of Ireland to help you learn, relax and unwind in these challenging times. Sláinte!

I Will Return

A little from inspiration from afar is what we all need during these times, so watch this video inspired by an Irish poem titled “I Will Return.” Sit back, relax and fill your heart with Ireland until we meet again.

Building Virtual Bridges

How do you design stimulating, challenging experiences for team members that are working remotely? As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues around the world, PCOs, DMCs and MICE suppliers in every country are facing enormous challenges and upheaval. Click here or on the image of Dublin’s Ha’Penny Bridge to check out these innovative offerings from Ireland that are leading the charge in this space.

Image of Ha'Penny Bridge, Dublin, Ireland. Photo courtesy of Meet in Ireland.

Enjoy a taste of Ireland at home

Irish celebrity chef Kevin Dundon shares his secret to the perfect scones from his home in Dunbrody Country House Hotel in Ireland’s Ancient East. While their baking, learn how to craft the perfect Irish Coffee.

Take a moment to relax

In these challenging times, we invite you to step back, take a deep breath, and enjoy this moment of calm from the island of Ireland.

What’s next for the international MICE industry?

While business tourism and travel slowly reopen around the world, the cogs are turning quickly at Meet in Ireland. These promising hotel openings and expansions will inspire you!

Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin, Ireland. Photo courtesy of Meet in Ireland.

Meet in Ireland logo

Meet in Ireland is the official MICE brand for the island of Ireland, where the three tourism agencies, Fáilte Ireland, Tourism Ireland and Tourism Northern Ireland partner to promote the island as a world-class MICE destination. Together they work with more than 500 Irish organizations and suppliers.