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Tweet Tourism Ireland has just launched an online film promoting several of Dublin’s key landmarks and tourist attractions, showcasing what makes Ireland’s capital city so special. The short film, titled “10 Things to do in Dublin” encourages people from all over … Continue reading
Tweet Tourism Ireland recently launched a new short film online which aims to promote several key landmarks and tourist attractions in Dublin City. Dublin City is home to some of Ireland’s most recognisable attractions including the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and Temple … Continue reading
Tweet The 11th annual Taste of Dublin event kicks off on June 16 with more than 25 restaurants from all over the country pitching up in Iveagh Gardens, Dublin. There will be plenty of feasting to be done at Ireland’s … Continue reading
Tweet The luxury travel network Virtuoso has listed its top 10 hottest destinations to visit and it comes as no surprise that Ireland is listed in the top 6 destinations. This top result came from an analysis of the $35 … Continue reading
Tweet The Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF) has fast become Ireland’s premier feature film festival since its inception in 2003. The festival takes place throughout Dublin City and will turn Ireland’s capital in cinematic wonderland between 18th & 28th … Continue reading
Tweet It is predicted that in excess of eight millions visitors will make trips to Ireland in 2016 according to Tourism Ireland. The hope of the all-Ireland tourism authority is to make 2016 another record-breaking year for the tourism industry on the island.
Tweet For many generations of Dublin natives the festive period means the return of The Moving Crib to Parnell Square West with parents and grandparents now bringing their children to the enchanting, handmade exhibition.
Tweet Ireland’s capital city Dublin is now one of the world’s most popular cities to visit according to a vast array of the world’s prestigious guidebooks, including the ever popular Lonely Planet.
Followers of both Gaelic football and hurling will be familiar with the counties of Ireland being displayed in the Irish language. But what do these names actually mean? Continue reading
Tweet Winners of the 2016 Georgina Campbell Awards have just been announced. The prestigious awards which are the longest-running of their kind in Ireland saw Gregans Castle named “Hotel of the Year”. Dylan McGrath was additionally named Chef of the … Continue reading