Category Archives: Irish Travel Blogs
Most people would prefer to travel alone or with a partner, however, there are times where traveling with a tour might be a better option to pick from. Group vacations can consist of ten or more people that you … Continue reading
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 February.
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.
Dublin Airport experienced record numbers of passengers for the month of July 2015 with over two and a half million passengers through its terminals. Continue reading
Trips to Ireland from the UK and North America have increased by more than 123,000 (9.1%) according to recent CSO figures, Continue reading
It’s time to conclude are suggestions for the “10 beat reasons to visit Ireland in 2015″, and the final two entries provide a fascinating perspectives of what visitors can expect on a trip to Ireland. Continue reading
The first nine months of 2014 have seen a 9.3% increase on the same period last year according to figures released by the CSO. Continue reading
Tourism Ireland hope that 2015 will be a bonanza year for tourism in Ireland with as many as 7.74 million visitors will make the trip to Ireland in 2015. Continue reading
Some of the leading economists, financial analysts and media commentators from across the globe join up with some of the sharpest local stand-up comedians at the annual Kilkenomics Economics Festival. Continue reading
During 2013, Fáilte Ireland sought the views of tourists and visitors to Ireland as a way of gaining some insight into their perspective of the country and its regional destinations. Continue reading