New Thurles tourism brochure goes online

The new Thurles Tourism Brochure for 2014, funded by Thurles Town Council and entitled ‘Discover Hidden Tipperary,’ has now been uploaded to a ‘Widget’ on the Hidden Tipperary website.

For those not familiar; a widget is a stand-alone application that can be embedded into third-party sites by any user; onto a page where they have rights of authorship, e.g. a webpage, blog, or profile on social media sites.

This brochure comes in the form of a printable PDF file (Portable Document Format) and is available now to all for full download.

To download the brochure go to the link shown HERE on the Hidden Tipperary website, then simply Right Click on the picture and select ‘Save Link As’ or ‘Save Target As’. Choose ‘Desktop’ as your favoured destination and click ‘Save’.

This uploaded PDF file on Hidden Tipperary will now allow visitors, both from home and worldwide, the opportunity to download, read and also to print off a copy prior to visiting the Thurles area, if so desired.

The downloading of this PDF file will also allows any persons; in particular those working within the tourism accommodation sector, to upload this brochure unto their own individual personal websites or alternatively convey it through an attachment via emails or through social media sites such as Facebook. This will assist these accommodation providers to attract or inform all potential clientèle to visit Thurles and County Tipperary.

Printed copies of the brochure can be obtained presently from; Thurles Tourism Information Centre in ‘BookWorm’ situated in Liberty Square; St Mary’s Famine Museum; the Anner Hotel;Lár Na Páirce; The Source / Thurles Library;and many other locations in Upperchurch and Holycross in the coming days.

The brochure contains information on very well known tourist attractions in the locality such as Farney Castle, Holycross Abbey, Cormackstown Heritage Centre, St Mary’s Famine and War Museum, Lar na Pairce, Upperchurch and many more.

It is a very attractive brochure and will be of major benefit to anyone wishing to plan a few days in Thurles and Mid Tipperary.




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