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Tucked away in the South-West of the country, Cork is the second-largest city in the Republic of Ireland. Even so, its compact city centre and relaxed vibe somehow makes it feel more like a large town than a big city. But, that’s not to say it isn’t jam-packed with...
top castles in Ireland Rock of Cashel
Planning a trip to Ireland? Live like royalty in one of these grand castles to stay in Ireland. Irish castles are steeped in history and a castle vacation will make you feel like a king or a queen. So book a stay in one of these Irish castle hotels...
Giant Causeway at sunset - thing to do in northern ireland
Unlike the Republic of Ireland (with its images of endless green fields, fountains of Guinness and melodious ballads with haunting tin whistle solos), Northern Ireland’s recent history (from the past 90 years) has left it with an unenviable reputation: riots, terrorism, military misbehaviour and the like. Nevertheless, there are...
derry
The only walled city in Ireland, Derry is a fine example of a walled European city. Derry's walls have been standing for over 400 years and date back to the 6th century.  Walk the historic walls, hunt for giant murals, lose yourself in museums and down a few pints of...
Landmark in ireland Benbulben
The Republic of Ireland (or Éire in Irish Gaelic), is also called the Emerald Isle due to the national symbol of the Shamrock, which is a type of clover. The Republic of Ireland is filled with castles, ancient history, incredible wild spaces, bustling cities and of course Guinness. Here...
St Patricks Day Parade
Dublin jives to a Celtic beat as Ireland’s national holiday celebrations take place this month. Since the first St Patrick's Day parade in 1931, St Patrick’s Festival has grown into a mega-celebration of Irish craic (or fun). Today, visitors from all over the world travel to Ireland’s capital to participate...

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