Bon Voyage (Series 3 / Episode 2)

Bon Voyage (Series 3 / Episode 2)

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Amsterdam, Foyle Valley Railway Centre, Toronto, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum




Transmission 20/12/1993


24min 50sec







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Shauna Lowry and Cathal O'Shannon present this travel series which explores destinations at home and abroad, with information provided on typical budgets and holiday package deals.

Beginning in Canada, a place where thousands of Irish tourists come to visit, not only to see family and friends, but also to gaze at "stunning landscapes" and explore "vibrant cities". The city of choice - and where most will be flying into - is Toronto. Recently proclaimed by the UN as the most cosmopolitan city in the world, it is a melting pot of many different cultures and Shauna is there to help you get the most out of it. 

Back in Ulster and Cathal is touring Northern Ireland's industrial heritage sites, from the Silent Valley and Bushmills Distillery, to the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. This is a holiday for a different type of tourist, the nostalgia seekers of the recent past. 

The episode ends with a check in with the inter-railing duo, Andrea Catherwood and Niamh Walsh, who this week are in Amsterdam. Discover colourful coffee houses with lively owners, and bustling flea markets where you can find real antiques and "some good looking fakes"! 



A RTE/UTV Production. 

Series Producer: Dermot Horan 

Editors: Paul Clarke, Fred Dowdall and Brendan Mallon

Producers: Gary Agnew, Andrew Crockery and Robert Lamrock 




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