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How well is your luggage treated at an airport? A peek behind the scenes

Waiting at the carousel.Passengers wait for their baggage at the carousel. Photo: Deposit How well is your luggage treated at an airport? A peek...

It’s official: 2017 is the best ever year for tourism in Ireland

Cliffs of Moher. Photo: Deposit It's official: 2017 is the best ever year for tourism in Ireland Independent.ie With over two weeks of the year...

Brendan O’Connor: How we learned to love Miami – in just three days

Brendan in Miami's Little HavanaFly direct to Miami for the sun, sea and sandThe Wynwood Walls are now a hipster landmark in Miami Brendan...

Ryanair Christmas strike: What has caused the row and which flights will be affected?

A Ryanair plane prepares to land at Barcelona's El Prat. Photo: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images Ryanair Christmas strike: What has caused the row and which...

How we learned to love Miami – in just three days

Fly direct to Miami for the sun, sea and sandBrendan in Miami's Little HavanaThe Wynwood Walls are now a hipster landmark in Miami How...

Review: Belfast’s Titanic Hotel is a heritage gem, but hard to love as a...

Set just steps from the iconic Titanic Belfast and incorporating the former Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and Headquarters, the €32m build and...

Lapland – Where the magic happens

Reindeer in Lapland - magical!No visit to Lapland is complete without a visit to the picture-perfect Santa Claus Lapland - Where the magic happens Independent.ie Preparing...

‘Star Wars’ Luke-alike: Superfan in Jedi gear hired to boost tourism here

Craig Spivey dressed up as Luke Skywalker and posed in front of the Skellig Michael tourism stand at a fan convention in London...

Exclusive: Stunning 360-degree video of Skellig Michael released ahead of Star Wars

Exclusive: Stunning 360-degree video of Skellig Michael released ahead of Star Wars Independent.ie Fáílte Ireland is kicking off its Star Wars promotional campaign with...

Tourism Ireland launches first ever tourism campaign in space (well, technically)

The ad is actually a billboard launched into space using a weather balloon, reaching a peak altitude of 33,390 metres – where a...
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