Read about the best places to stay and visit in Ireland - the top things to see and experience in Ireland from the best Ireland tours and hotels, to must see landmarks and top attractions.
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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.
From Newgrange to Glendalough - attractions in Ireland that can genuinely leave you with a life-changing experience
Ireland’s most popular natural tourist attraction has the best cliff views in the world! Here’s what to expect on at the Cliffs of Moher, in County Clare.
Are you planning to visit Ireland? What about seeing some history and beautiful countryside in Ireland where few tourists go?
Skellig Michael will remain closed to visitors for at least another three weeks, meaning the Irish island made famous by Star Wars could be facing its shortest-ever tourist season.
The Co. Limerick hotel was the only Irish hotel to make the Condé Nast Traveler 2018 Hot List, placing it among 102 of the world’s best hotels.
The Titanic Experience, Cobh is a museum in County Cork, Ireland, commemorating the Irish passengers who boarded the ship at Cobh Harbor, Titanic's last port of call.
From ancient burial grounds to great battles and heroes to everyday modern Ireland - a walk through the history of the Boyne Valley.
Go on a visual journey with Vagabond Tours through Donegal and Northern Ireland
The colder months give visitors the chance to see the Emerald Isle in a whole new light.
Belfast has changed enormously in the recent years and is now Ireland's second most visited hub. Our list of tourists' favourite spots will help you explore Belfast in all its glory!
Ireland is an island with a myriad seaside delights just waiting to be discovered - here are our top picks.
Enjoy these videos and images of watching Ireland's most famous dolphin Fungie on National Dolphin Day 2018.
Do you have Cork roots? See how many of these interesting facts you already knew about 'The Rebel County.'
Despite the Bread-ageddon caused by Storm Emma and Beast from the East, 2.3 million passengers traveled through Dublin Airport in March 2018, making a new record for the month.
Donegal and its most scenic airport will help you forget all your fears of flying. The airport has now jumped to the top of the 2018 list for Most Scenic Airport in the world.
Top tourist attractions in Ireland no visit to the Emerald Isle would be complete without.
Ireland’s golf courses are a mecca for golf lovers and so we decided to look at the best places in the country to tee off. Get planning your Irish golf vacation!
From historic sites, to wild landscapes and Game of Throne inspired dramatic vistas – these attractions in Northern Ireland will make your heart swell with excitement.
Dublin city's overground electric train is one of the easiest and loveliest ways of exploring the coastline of Ireland's capital city.
Fresh oysters and rare whiskeys among the highlights of the Burren Slow Food Festival, taking place 11-13 May in Lisdoonvarna, County Clare
It seems that plenty of North American visitors are taking advantage of the cheap flight options in 2018 and getting themselves over the Emerald Isle more often than ever.
Amazing instragramed photos that show just how amazingly ‘green’ the Wild Atlantic Way is.
Experience the warmth of true Irish hospitality with a stay in one of Ireland's Blue Book’s graceful country properties.
What to do when you touch down in Ireland
The most beautiful castles in Ireland
Mary Black songs to celebrate this national treasure's birthday
Learn to play Irish music: Choosing an instrument
Queen Elizabeth is a descendant of Irish High King Brian Boru - say what?
This interpretation of the Irish flag has people deeply offended
Why are the cowardly NFL owners so afraid of the Star Spangled Banner?
Immigrants call for overseas vote as they travel #HomeToVote in abortion referendum
Paddy Agnew to call witnesses Mary McAleese and Diarmuid Martin in Irish Times case