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Belfast to create purpose-built cruise facility in Titanic Quarter

Tourism Minister Arlene Foster has welcomed today’s announcement by Belfast Harbour that they are to invest £7million in creating a purpose-built cruise facility in Titanic Quarter.

Top breakfast TV show entices Australians to visit Ireland

A top breakfast TV show is broadcasting live from Belfast to more than a million people around Australia.

Titanic Museum Attractions giving away 12 ‘Back to Titanic’ trips to...

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. and BRANSON, Mo. – To commemorate Titanic’s Irish heritage, Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, Mo. and Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

German tourists injured in Belfast bus attack

Three German tourists have been injured after a coach was stoned in east Belfast.The vehicle was attacked on the King's Road, in the city at about 2130 BST on Monday.

Strong euro boosts Belfast tourism

Belfast’s rich and often troubled history, its maritime tradition and its intriguing Victorian architecture may prove to be a pulling point for many visitors.

Hairdressing ‘tourists’ go North for a bargain

Donegal businesswoman Joanne Rodden drove for three hours on Friday morning through the dark, ice and snow just to get a haircut.

Belfast is one of the world’s top 12 tourist sights

Belfast has been named as one of 12 top tourist destinations to visit in 2009 by a travel guide publisher.

Airline’s Belfast operation a role model

Aer Lingus has said that its Belfast base could act as a role model for its operations elsewhere as the airline reviews is operations and costs.

Vandals set fire to tourist bus

Tourists have been left stranded after a tour bus was attacked in Belfast. Part of the Paddywagon bus was burnt after a window was smashed during the attack on Tuesday night.A trip to the north coast of Antrim and Londonderry had to be cancelled. The bus driver said it sent out the wrong message to tourists.

Belfast has nowt to offer tourists

Belfast - I am genuinely amazed when I hear that people have come as tourists to visit Belfast. Not as day trippers from the Republic, but as full-blown Gee-whizz-George-take-a-picture tourists from the US of A or some other foreign part. I am not talking either about the revolutionary tourists who sometimes wash up to talk conflict resolution.

Tourists beaten in gang robbery

(eTN) - A Canadian tourist was beaten with a baseball bat and his sister was pushed in a robbery in west Belfast. The 25-year-old man was hit on the head with the bat and his sister, 27, was pushed against a wall in the attack at Bearnagh Drive early on Sunday.