Articles on vacations and trips to Ireland, castles in Ireland, cities in Ireland and more, including information you need to travel or move to Ireland.
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The annual Viking Festival in Portadown brings to life the 400 years when the Vikings inhabited the area - from clothes and crafts to battles and history it welcomes visiting into another time and world
The Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum, in Limerick, is gearing up to mark its 30th anniversary as a unique place in Irish aviation history and one of the first transatlantic aviation hubs
This is what an Irish traffic jam looks like.
Tourism Ireland has confirmed that the river that runs through Dublin will go green for 2020, with help from city plumbing authorities in Chicago.
The scenic harbor town is one of 25 small towns and villages throughout Europe recognized by Condé Nast.
The majestic 1252 square-foot Carraigin Castle serves as an idyllic setting overlooking the magnificent Lough Corrib and picturesque hills of Connemara and Co Mayo.
There are so many great places to eat in Limerick right now that you'll be completely spoiled for choice when you visit the city.
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We can’t blame her - the Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s second most popular tourist attraction and were once voted the best cliff view in the world!
Planning an LGBT vacation or wedding in Ireland in 2019? Start here!
Review: Cliff at Lyons, Cellbridge, County Kildare is a hidden oasis of calm, class and wonderful design
Maam Cross railway station, featured in the beloved 1950s Maureen O’Hara, John Wayne movie, will be refurbished as a major tourist attraction
As if you needed an excuse! Here are nine very good reasons why you should visit Ireland this summer.
The popular magical pub experience known as The Cauldron is coming to Dublin and it sounds absolutely unreal!
“Death on the Burren”, how did this Neolithic man die 5,000 years ago and was the arrowhead found in his hip the true cause of death?
Sligo is becoming really well-known for its food, with lots of different offerings cropping up all over the county.
Follow along James Joyce's famous 'Ulysses' with these Dublin landmarks on June 16, Bloomsday.
For the Irish in New York City there is relief in sight, and it comes in the shape of Myers of Keswick.
A new non-stop route from Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport to Dublin, Ireland, is now available.
Bloomsday 2019 is almost upon us. How will you be celebrating June 16? Will it be as wild and busy as St Patrick's Day?
This exhibit in Dublin has been added to the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame after winning a Certificate of Excellence five years in a row.
This interactive story map lets you travel the Ireland of Joyce, Yeats, Swift, Shaw, Wilde and many more.
Dublin poet and spoken-word artist Dublin Wade has released a short film in honor of James Joyce and his seminal masterpiece Ulysses.
At the local level, Ireland has long known it has a good thing going when it comes to food, and the proof is in the pudding by way of food festivals.