Tourism Ireland has released that a new video to promote Northern Ireland that features a flute performance of "Danny Boy" by Belfast-born flute player Sir James Galway, OBE.
During Galway's performance, the video showcases a number of Northern Irish tourist attractions including Titanic Belfast, Derry's city walls and Peace Bridge, Mussenden Temple, and the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, as well as Republic of Ireland attractions Glendalough, the Cliffs of Moher and the Hill of Tara.
"Delighted To Work With Sir James Galway"
Tourism Ireland director of markets Siobhan McManamy stated, "Tourism Ireland was delighted to work with Sir James Galway to create this truly uplifting video. It will be seen by our fans and followers on social media around the world, reminding them why Northern Ireland will be such a great choice for a holiday or short break when the time is right.
"Tourism Ireland's aim is to ensure that the island of Ireland remains 'front-of-mind' among prospective visitors everywhere until such time as they can visit again. Once this crisis is past and the island of Ireland is open again to international visitors, we in Tourism Ireland will be ready to roll out an extensive recovery kick-start programme and to play our part in delivering a sustainable recovery for the long-term future of our industry."
The video can be viewed below -
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