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Want to be a travel writer?


Want to be a seasoned travel writer? See your name in print while enjoying free trips abroad to interesting and historical places?

It sounds glamorous, even ‘too good to be true.’ But it is possible - as many writers have shown - and learning the writing and editing skills necessary is one of the most important steps to success.

That’s why ‘Ireland Writing Retreat’ is proud to launch its first specialized one-week course in the art of travel writing, with hands-on, practical workshops led by experienced correspondents as well as meetings with leading tourism and travel officials to gain insights into the inner workings of the industry.


And there’s no better place to host such a ‘Travel Writing Week’ than in Ireland, a nation that has made tourism a flourishing brand, its top priority and its leading economic, environmentally-friendly sector.

So here’s your chance to combine an enjoyable week in the picturesque Emerald Isle – on Ireland’s highly-acclaimed and inspiring ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ in what many consider to be the most charming and authentic musical and cultural region of the entire country, Donegal, with learning more about the travel sector and honing your writing skills.

Here is an interesting article to start you thinking:

THE FINISHED ARTICLE: FIVE WAYS TO GROW A PROMISING IDEA INTO COMPELLING CONTENT

Whether you are writing for print or the web, creating a travel article is not always an easy process. Sure, the start and end point may always be the same, but the journey from brainwave to finished product can be a surprisingly bumpy one for the uninitiated. To help make the process as smooth as possible, we’ve come up with a five-step plan for creating brilliant travel articles – and, of course, travel blogs – every time. Scroll on down for our top tips. READ MORE

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