Tag Archives: Best Attractions in Ireland
One of Ireland’s most popular tourism attractions, The Guinness Storehouse, in Dublin has launched a stylish new interactive exhibit cataloguing Guinness adverts from years gone by. 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
Tweet To continue with our blog on the top reasons to take a trip to Ireland in 2015, we are highlighting some more of our top picks and reasons to take a trip to Ireland in 2015.
Tweet One of Dublin City‘s most iconic landmarks, the Guinness Storehouse, was once again recognised as Ireland’s most popular visitor attraction in 2014 welcoming as many as 1,269,371 visitors through its doors. As one of the most recognisable things to see and do in Ireland, … Continue reading
Tweet The towns of Westport in County Mayo and Kinsale in West Cork have been crowned the 2014 National Large Tourism Town and National Small Tourism Town at the recent Failte Ireland Tourism Towns Awards. The two towns were chosen … Continue reading
The one millionth visitor to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience in 2014 has been recently recorded marking the first time that the milestone figure has been reached at the visitor attraction. Continue reading
Fáilte Ireland has released its list of Ireland’s top visitor attractions in 2013, with the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo and Cliffs of Moher topping the bill. Continue reading
Tweet Ireland’s national tourism development authority, Fáilte Ireland, has compiled a list of the top 10 visited free and paid tourist attractions in Ireland. The lists put together by Fáilte Ireland have been categorised into both “Free” and “Paid” attractions, and … Continue reading
Tweet Visitors from all over Ireland and here on Ireland vacations are in for a real treat as Airfield Estate in Dundrum, Dublin travels back in time.
Tweet A leading lifestyle event, the Tullamore Show and AIB National Livestock Show may have began life as an agriculture show, but over the years it has developed and change to include entertainment, crafts, food, fun and much more to … Continue reading