Republic of Ireland

St Patrick’s Day – Dublin

St Patrick’s Day – Dublin

17 MARCH. LIKE THE IRISH NEED AN EXCUSE FOR A GUINNESS AND A GOOD TIME. Friday is a good excuse …

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Rock of Cashel – Ireland

Rock of Cashel – Ireland

A symbol of royal and priestly power for over 1,000 years, this is one of Ireland’s most spectacular archeological sites. …

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Blarney Castle, Ireland

Blarney Castle, Ireland

Blarney Castle was built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been …

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Waterford Winterval Festival, Ireland

Waterford Winterval Festival, Ireland

The special magic of Christmas in Ireland will come alive at the end of November as Waterford’s Winterval Festival returns …

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Munster, Ireland

Munster, Ireland

Munster is the most southerly of the four provinces of Ireland and stretches from Tipperary in the South Midlands to …

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Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin

Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin

A cemetery may be the last place anyone would think of as being a tourist attraction but the concept may …

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Proclaiming a Republic: the 1916 Rising at the National Museum of Ireland

Proclaiming a Republic: the 1916 Rising at the National Museum of Ireland

The National Museum of Ireland has a long history of exhibitions relating to the 1916 Rising and this year, to …

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Mini Guide – Weekend in Dublin

Mini Guide – Weekend in Dublin

Livelier than ever, the Irish capital promises culture and craic a-plenty – plus wild adventures in the great outdoors, right …

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Newgrange Passage – Ireland

Newgrange Passage – Ireland

The origins of Newgrange, one of the most important passage graves in Europe, are steeped in mystery. According to Celtic …

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Ireland

Ireland

This year is the year of the Wild Atlantic Way, a 1500km scenic drive being sold as a rival to …

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