Category Archives: attractions in Dublin
Dublin Airport is expecting a “record breaking summer” in terms of visitors with the addition of four new airlines including Cathay Pacific, Croatia Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Icelandair as well as 14 new routes comprising of five long haul and … Continue reading
A review of the tourism industry in Killarney has found that the popular tourist town of Killarney, County Kerry still comes out on top with both local visitors and overseas visitors planning a vacation in Ireland. Killarney is one of … Continue reading
Booking opens today for the 60th Anniversary Dublin Theatre Festival, which will run for a three week period this Autumn. Since its establishment in 1957, the festival has grown into one of Europe’s longest running theatre festivals. The programme features … Continue reading
Saint Patrick’s Day is the most celebrated national holiday in the world and if you can’t wait for it to arrive, then good news, Dublin’s Patrick’s Day festival starts on the Thursday 16th and lasts until Sunday the 19th. Of … Continue reading
The annual Dublin International Film Festival takes centre stage between the 16th and 26th February and has continually proven to be a delight for film lovers across Ireland. The festival takes place at various venues across Dublin City and presents an unparalleled … Continue reading
Dublin City will be ringing in the New Year with a spectacular 3-day festival with a wide variety of musical and cultural events throughout Ireland’s capital. NYF Dublin starts on the 30th December 2016 and finishes up on New Years Day, … Continue reading
There’s nothing like a festival full of theatre, documentaries and music from around the world to make you feel a tad cultural. If you are taking a vacation in Ireland this weekend and if you are visiting Ireland’s capital city Dublin, … Continue reading
The much awaited Keelings Farm Fresh Gold Medal Awards were recently held in Lyrath Estate in County Kilkenny. The prestigious awards recognise and reward excellence across Irish hospitality and catering industries.
The much awaited and anticipated, National Heritage Week is set to kick from tomorrow until the 28th of August. The theme for this year’s event is “100 years of heritage”, a journey back through one hundred years of Ireland. As part … Continue reading
Dublin and Galway have been voted amongst the top six friendliest cities in the world, according to the leading Condé Nast Traveler Magazine and its 29th annual Readers Choice Awards.