Tag Archives: Festivals in ireland
Tweet The popular Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival is set to make a popular return from the 25th until the 27th September.
Tweet 2014’s St Patrick’s Festival attracted a record 7.74 million visitors, resulting in an additional nine percent of visitors taking a trip to Ireland. The rise in visitors for the 2014 festival was due to the €65,000 investment it received … Continue reading
Tweet There may be a new Dracula film hitting the silver screen at the moment but it looks like the vampire theme is set to continue in Dublin City during the latter part of October when the Bram Stoker Festival 2014 takes … Continue reading
Tweet For those fortunate enough to be planning an up and coming trip to Ireland a venture to the West of Ireland is well worth adding to any travel itinerary. Galway city, located in the heart of the West of Ireland is a … Continue reading
Highlighting Ireland’s fine tradition in gardening and food production bringing the fruits of the great outdoors to the capital is Bloom in the Park, Ireland’s largest gardening festival. Continue reading
Tweet The fishing village of Baltimore, situated in West Cork, Ireland is the place to be this May. From the 23rd until the 25th May, the Baltimore Wooden Boat Festival takes place in this picturesque village. Ideal for those whilst … Continue reading
Ireland has always been renowned for its love of horse racing and the Christmas period is a particularly busy time for punters and jockeys alike with a number of exciting Racing Festivals taking place in both Dublin and Limerick. Continue reading
Tweet Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles appearance in Ireland, Dublin plays host to the inaugural Beatles Festival today – 7th November.
Tweet From 9th – 17th November, the 58th Cork Film Festival will take place in Cork City.
Tweet Just a week away and taking place from 14th – 20th October, the official Cork Gathering 2013 flagship event, Cork Rebel Week will begin.