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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...
whiskey tasting dublin
Irish whiskey is famous around the world but there's nothing like enjoying a tipple in the buzzy city of Dublin. After all, whiskey tasting in Dublin is such a popular pastime that there are whiskey bars, whiskey museums and whisky pubs everywhere.  You don't need the excuse of visiting on...
things to do in belfast 7
Belfast's tumultuous past has bestowed upon the city a strong character. As you tour Belfast, you get a strong sense it's a city of conviction. It has a small-town atmosphere that is alluring and plenty of cool eateries are bars. Want to visit Belfast? Here are 10 classic things...
Aerial view of Ashford Castle
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...
mount stuart
The gardens of Mount Stewart in Northern Ireland are a sight for sore eyes. Voted as one of the top 10 gardens in the world, these gardens are works of art and definitely worth visiting while travellling through County Down. Mount Stewart I’m strolling along a path by a tranquil lake,...

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