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When traveling the Wild Atlantic Way, you will not want to miss the Bay Coast; this stretches from Erris to Galway. We have compiled a list of 5 must-see destinations for you whether you're hoping to...
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is the perfect destination for the trip of a lifetime. Spanning 2,500 km of rugged coastline, this must-see region offers striking mountains, breathtaking cliff views and...
You’ve heard it a hundred times. You’ve felt that instant sense of nostalgia from its words. You’ve sang it at midnight at the start of a new year. But where did the Auld Lang Syne come from? What...
Thought of as the place the Irish like to have "the craic", Galway is a great destination for Ireland vacations. It's a hub for great music, friendly people and beautiful sights as far as the eye can...
What should you do on your trip to Kinsale in the beautiful south of Ireland? This historical harbour region offers a little bit of everything. Adventure awaits in our Top 5 things to do in Kinsale.
Ahhh, the land of Killarney, Ireland. Vibrant, historical, adventurous - it's no wonder you'll have a hard time running out of things to do during your visit. If you don't have much time to spend, we...
Blarney Castle, English Market, Kinsale - you know what to see during your Cork vacation. But where should you eat? Check out these top 5 Cork restaurants.
Calling all food-lovers! Galway isn't just a hub of Irish culture - it offers some of Ireland's best restaurants around. We've narrowed down the top 5 restaurants to visit on your next trip to the...
Named one of National Geographic’s Best Trips in 2012, Belfast, Northern Ireland has blossomed into an exciting travel destination through the years. Luscious in beauty, attractions and some of the...
As the weather gets cold toward the end of the year, a beach destination sounds really appealing. Though Ireland may not be the first place to come to mind for an ocean getaway, its high rating...
Have you ever wondered how the holiday season is celebrated in other countries? This week, the spotlight is on Scotland and its traditions and customs this time of year. Scotland is not only a great...
Ireland's most visited attraction, The Guinness Storehouse resides at St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin. Since opening in 2000, more than 4 million visitors have come to see how "the black stuff" is...
They say a pint just tastes better in an Irish pub – especially the brightly painted pubs in Galway. Considering the friendly atmosphere, craic (fun times), vibrant music and great conversation, we...
Locals claim the Dingle Peninsula has more pubs per capita than any other town in Ireland and there is 6,000 years of history to go along with it. This mountainous finger of land which juts into the...
On your first visit to Edinburgh, you may observe an activity at the Heart of Midlothian that is slightly...bizarre. Imagine strolling down High Street. Coming up on your left is St. Giles Cathedral. ...
The beautiful Giant’s Causeway captivates thousands of Northern Ireland visitors to the Causeway Coast each year. Its uneven, hexagon-shaped rocks form into mounds and extend from land to sea. Quite...
Game of Thrones Northern Ireland Filming Locations (Images)
Having witnessed the epic battles, unexpected road trips and even deadly dragons. It is now time for the real life experience. With so much Game of Thrones
Wild. Beautiful. Strange. Extraordinary. The Burren is a must-see for your next trip to Ireland.
Ireland’s Ancient East is a region ready and waiting to share its Gothic architecture, Celtic tales and medieval towns on your next vacation. It spans an area that stretches over 17 countries with...
Just 40 minutes from Belfast - tour 20 key Game of Thrones tour filming location hotspots on the sprawling Old Castle Ward demesne including Winterfell Cast
Pubs, shops, waterways - Cork may be called Ireland's "Second City" but a trip to this cultural hub will convince you it's first in every important respect.
Located in the south of Ireland, Kinsale is a lovely destination to spend time in during your Ireland vacation. The area is a popular holiday resort for both Irish and foreign tourists, offering a...
So, you want to explore Ireland’s capital but don’t have all the time in the world? Have no fear! This list covers a lot of the “must-see” spots.

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