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  • Explore Northern Ireland: The Ultimate Travel Itinerary

    Places to Visit in Northern Ireland Now is the time to see some of Northern Ireland’s most renowned landmarks such as Giant’s Causeway and The Dark Hedges. Other hidden gems are those not-so-famous attractions like Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Mussenden Temple. Check out our Northern Ireland travel itinerary to help you ...
  • Outdoor Activities In Ireland

    If there’s one thing we have in Ireland, it’s space – and we use it well! With hiking trails, mountain biking locations and exploration hubs all over the country, here are some of our favourite outdoor spots. Outdoor Activities in Dublin It’s easy to overlook Dublin as an outdoorsy paradise, but it ...
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    Best Staycations in Ireland

    More and more Irish holidaymakers are taking breaks in their home country. These “staycations” offer plenty of advantages. They’re easy to plan, with less travel time and they open your eyes to the wonders available on your own doorstep. Whether you’re staying at a hotel in Dublin, spending a few nights ...
  • Ultimate Packing Checklist

    Did you forget something? Packing has always been a challenge, and it’s only gotten worse in recent years, with new gadgets, cables, chargers and airline rules. Here’s the ultimate guide to packing, broken down by tech, clothes, toiletries and documents. Then we’ll list some handy travel items that might make your ...
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    Travel in Ireland: Everything You Need to Know

    There’s a lot to see in this little island, so chances are that you’ll want to take in the sights in Dublin and on the West Coast.  Ireland has plenty of transport options, but some are more reliable than others, and some places are easier to get to than others.  So, here’s ...
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    7 Cork Tours Worth Taking

    If you are on a sightseeing mission in Cork, time may be your only issue because the county has no shortage of attractions to revel in. Luckily, there is a myriad of tours of the city that will ensure you milk every second out of your trip to Cork.  From gorging ...
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    Essential Tours: Sightseeing in Newcastle

    Newcastle Upon Tyne has seen more than its share of changes. Once a Roman settlement, then a Norman one, now this old city is a hive of modern activity.  From its historical walks to its cultural and tech quarters to its bustling restaurant and bar scene, the Geordie town has so ...
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    A Guide to the Best Tours of Limerick

    Limerick has become an increasingly popular travel hotspot in Ireland, transforming in recent years into a destination for any travellers who crave a bit of Irish art, culture and history with a twist.  A city like Limerick, however, can also be hard to get a handle on in just a couple ...
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    11 Things to See and Do in Limerick

    Sure, Limerick’s notoriously rainy weather might not seem to encourage going out much, but a quick glimpse at our list of best Limerick sights should encourage you to grab your umbrella and go exploring. Ways to entertain yourself in the Treaty City are plentiful, from galleries to get your culture on ...
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    Family Things to do in Dublin

    Like any major European city, Dublin has plenty to occupy families of any size or age group. It’s a unique city, with a long, rich history and an eye to innovation.  Dublin family activities combine the best things about Ireland – a sense of community, a love for nature and the ...
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    Galway Sightseers: Here Are the Guided Tours That Are Worth Your Money

    A bustling, bohemian hub on the west coast of Ireland, Galway (otherwise known as the City of Tribes) has been named the European Capital of Culture 2020 for good reason.  With an arts and culture scene rivaling that of a big city, great food, stunning scenery and no shortage of fascinating ...
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    11 Things Every Derry Girls Fan Should See and Do in Derry

    Fallen hard for the slice of 90s nostalgia comedy gold that is Derry Girls? You’re not alone on that front. Not one to settle for being Channel 4’s most-watched comedy show in 15 years, Derry Girls also cultivated an avid fanbase further afield when the four raucous teenage girls and the ...
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    16 Things to Do in Cork on a Rainy Day

    It’s fair to say the weather doesn’t always want to play ball here in Cork.  While it sometimes feels easier to stay cooped up at home or in your Cork city hotel room when it’s raining out, you shouldn’t let a little downpour dampen the spirits and keep you from going ...
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    10 of the Top-Rated (and Lesser-Known) Attractions in Dublin

    No matter your reason for visiting, Dublin’s many attractions cater for everyone. History buffs looking to brush up on the city’s storied past will be delighted by the Little Museum of Dublin. Admirers of art or theatre are sure to make a beeline for the National Gallery and the Gaiety ...
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    Top 10 Activities Along Ireland’s Ancient East

    If there’s one thing we could really go on and on about, it’s Ireland’s ancient past. And with thousands of years of fascinating history, from early Christian and medieval through to Anglo Ireland, there’s plenty to cover. If you want to stand in the shadow of ancient standing stones and megalithic ...
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    Things to Do in Derry: A Bucket List

    From the only intact city walls in Europe, to the awe-inspiring Lough Neagh, Derry is without a doubt a unique place, steeped in history, home to a variety of cultural and foodie attractions and filled with contrasts and surprises. Here, we break down our favourite things to do in the ‘Oak ...

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