Tag Archives: Top Attractions in Ireland
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
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 have … Continue reading
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.
Taking place over the October Irish Bank Holiday weekend, the Footfalls Wicklow Walking Festival take place from 25th – 28th October 2013.
Taking place at the end of July to the beginning of August, Killarney Summerfest 2013 is a family friendly festival, which has a jam packed programme of events cater for all. So whether looking for adventure activities set in the … Continue reading
A ten day series of events in Cobh is underway to mark the 101 anniversary of the Titanic. Cobh and Titanic have a shared connection as it is Cobh which has the distinction of being the last port of call … Continue reading
Spike Island located of the coast of Cork, near Cobh has hosted a monastery, a fortress and a prison within its 104 acres, all of which have left their mark.
The good Irish weather may not feel very seasonal for this time of year, but the increase of wonderful Gathering Events and Festival can only mean that Spring has finally arrived, and with it, it brings a packed calendar of … Continue reading
A distant link to the present members of the British royal family is among the 160,000 signatures found in the Morpeth Roll one of Ireland’s most fascinating artefacts. Made in 1841 as a tribute to a popular chief secretary, it … Continue reading
Dominating the town of Donegal, the 17th Century ruins of Donegal Castle, the seat of the power of the O’Donnell Chieftains, is tangled with the history of the county and province of Ulster.