Having secured success with travelers from Mumbai and New Dehli, Ireland is now looking to Bengaluru and Chennai for additional visitors.
By Rashmi Pradhan | Mumbai In a bid to increase tourist arrivals from India, Tourism Ireland, in addition to Mumbai and New Delhi, is looking to tap the Bengaluru and Chennai markets. Speaking about their plans, Jim Paul, Head – Australia and …
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