Ireland: for meetings, incentives, conferences & events
In our opinion, Ireland is one of the most energising destinations for meetings & events. Every week, 50+ airlines fly into Dublin airport, offering flexible flight options for your group, especially if they are flying in from international airports. It’s not easy to summarise the Irish experience in only a few words. At Make Happen, we simply love everything about Ireland – but most of all we love the Irish people – their smiles, humanity, happiness, story-telling, warmth, laughter and openness to the world. Ireland and Dublin, along with Killarney, Galway, Cork, Limerick, Kerry, Antrim, Clare are just some of our favourite places to experience and enjoy.
Beautiful hotels, diverse venues, fantastic food, impressive countryside/beaches, and superb adventures – Ireland is a great choice for adventurous groups. With beaches, coastline, countryside, rivers, hills, and lakes – Ireland blends charm, culture, history, happiness, food and fun. At Make Happen, we help our clients discover the real and local aspects of destinations, through places, people, culture, history, food, arts and authentic experiences.
Discover the regions of Dublin, Kerry, Cork, Clare, Limerick, Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Galway, Kildare, Offaly, Wicklow, Donegal & Sligo. Visit the best beaches including Dog’s Bay in Galway, Inchavore in Wicklow, Inchdoney in Cork, Trá an Doilín in Galway, Brittas Bay in Wicklow, and Sandy Cove in Dublin. Eat traditional food including boxty, salmon, coddle, chowder, cockles, Ulster fry, Slaney river slow-roasted lamb, oysters & fish suppers. Discover modern Irish food at places like Mr Fox, Chapter One, Fade St Social, Brother Hubbard and Banyi. Enjoy the river Liffey, surfing in Donegal & Bundoran, climbing Carrauntoohil, afternoon tea at the Merrion hotel, meditating at a Buddhist retreat called Dzogchen Beara, whale watching from west Cork, Dublin’s rich culinary culture, or a trip to Greystones in County Wicklow. Experience sea swimming, Electric Picnic festival, gorge walking in Killary, the Kerry island of Skellig Michael, live music at Whelan’s in Dublin or Roisin Dubh in Galway, Gaelic football, hurling, the Teeling Distillery, Trinity College, and the Howth cliff walk.