Tag Archives: Visitor Attractions in Ireland
The county of Cork is situated along the South West coast and the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland. With many sights, activities and stunning attractions on offer, there’s never been a better time to discover the picturesque county. Many of … 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
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
Figures released by the Irish Central Statistics Office provided some good news for the Irish tourism industry with a significant growth in the number of Ireland vacations so far this year. Continue reading
The late American President John F Kennedy had planned a private family vacation in Ireland to visit his ancestral homestead in Dunganstown, County Wexford. 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 from 26th – 29th September in Galway City and celebrating its 59th year is the Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival.
Taking place over the October Irish Bank Holiday weekend, the Footfalls Wicklow Walking Festival take place from 25th – 28th October 2013.
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 provide … Continue reading