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There are many cost effective ways to explore all that Ireland has to offer including an escorted tour or self drive tour which gives the independence of being able to come and go as you please. Taking a trip to … Continue reading
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
Figures just released from the Central Statistics Office are showing an almost 8% increase in the number of overseas people taking a trip to Ireland. According to the CSO recent figures show that there were more than 6 million people … Continue reading
If you have long-dreamed of taking a vacation in Ireland, then this bird’s eye view of the stunning Wild Atlantic Way 2,500km route way is just the nudge you need.
The now famous 2500km Wild Atlantic Way route, along the West Coast of Ireland is set to feature in a top US adventure sports TV series, Facing Waves. The TV feature is set broadcast into 8 million US homes in … Continue reading
Dust off your Santa hat and get into the festive spirit as Christmas in Cork has officially begun with the launch of Glow festival. A festival for all ages, not only is there a range of culinary delights to enjoy … Continue reading
Lonely Planet’s influential travel guide recently listed Ireland in the top 5 countries in the world to visit in 2015. Not only did Ireland receive such a high accolade in the prestigious travel guide, this December’s issue of the Lonely … Continue reading
Aer Lingus have recently announced new direct flights from Washington DC, San Francisco, New York and Orlando. These are planned as part of the airline’s Summer 2015 schedule. The Washington DC flight in particular is set to run four times … Continue reading
Visitors to Sligo in November are in for a musical treat. The Sligo Choral Music Festival is Ireland’s second largest choral festival and sees national and international choirs converge on the town of Sligo to compete in competitions.