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Our consumer campaigns are created to inspire domestic consumers to take a break in Ireland. In this section, you can download the tools and information you need to get involved in our active campaigns.

Fáilte Ireland is dedicated to promoting the Irish tourism industry through a series of marketing campaigns. Contact us to learn more about opportunities to get involved in our active campaigns.

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A retrospective look back at some of Fáilte Ireland's previous marketing campaigns. These campaigns are no longer active and feature here for informational purposes only.
Fáilte Ireland join forces with RTÉ for new domestic travel show ‘NO PLACE LIKE HOME

Fáilte Ireland join forces with RTÉ for new domestic travel show ‘NO PLACE LIKE HOME'

Fáilte Ireland and RTÉ have joined forces to show the nation that there’s ‘No Place Like Home’ when it comes to holidays. Building on the success of Fáilte Ireland’s current domestic marketing campaign, ‘Ireland, Make a Break for it’, a new RTÉ television series ‘No Place Like Home’, in association with Fáilte Ireland, will air this Sunday August 9th at 6:30pm on RTÉ One running each Sunday for four weeks.

Fáilte Ireland encourages Dubliners to rediscover hometown with campaign ‘Come here to me Dublin

Fáilte Ireland encourages Dubliners to rediscover hometown with campaign ‘Come here to me Dublin'

Fáilte Ireland has today launched a new domestic marketing campaign ‘Come here to me Dublin’ which encourages those living in Dublin to visit the world-class attractions and hidden gems of their home city. The campaign features one of Dublin’s most distinctive voices, singer Imelda May.

'Ireland, make a break for it': Fáilte Ireland unveils new domestic marketing campaign

Research shows almost 9 out 10 people want appropriate safety measures in place before taking a domestic break this year.