From Antrim to County Kerry there is so much to see and do in Ireland! Here's IrishCentral's guide to the top attractions for visitors.
Top tourist attractions in Ireland no visit to the Emerald Isle would be complete without.
Tourism in Ireland is reaching record breaking heights again this year with over 6 million visitors this year! Will you be visiting Ireland in 2018?
From the Cliffs of Moher to Bunratty Castle, the River Shannon to the Wild Atlantic Way County Clare is one of the most popular counties for visitors from Ireland and abroad alike but how much do you know about "The Banner County"?
A rainy holiday in Ireland made for dramatic footage for one man and his video equipment on a family vacation driving around the lush green island.
Christopher Moriarty travels west and north, and through the magic of Burren in Co. Clare to bring us all the best tourist attractions and the best things to see along the way.
Can you guess the tourist attractions in Ireland listed in the “Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist”?
This amazing drone footage swooping over the karst landscape in The Burren, County Clare, shows off the amazing 300-million-year-old landscape beautifully.
County Clare's Cliffs of Moher are one the most popular tourist attractions to visit in Ireland but what you might not know is that they are steeped in tales of ancient Irish myth and tradition.
Tracing the west coast of Ireland from Cork to Donegal the power of the Atlantic will keep you spellbound along your journey on the Wild Atlantic Way.
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Remembering The Dubliners' Luke Kelly on his birthday with his most loved songs
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John F. Kennedy predicted his own assassination
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Stunning performance by Irish boys' choir to mark 100 years since the end of World War I