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Falling in love with rugged and majestic Donegal is easy and their motto, "Up here, it's different", is certainly true.
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Ragged rocks, unending hills, lush green trees, and the sea ... these are some of the best wild places in Ireland.
The picturesque Co Mayo beach was favored in a poll from online lottery company Lottoland.
Despite this beautiful part of the world being my native home, and the fact that it doesn’t take a day to get from one end to the other, there are still parts I have yet to discover.
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A new survey has named this County Clare site Ireland’s most iconic landmark.
Midsummer festivals and bonfires have been a tradition in Ireland since pagan times and continue to thrive.
Every year on June 16, Dublin City is one big party for Bloomsday, the day celebrating James Joyce's "Ulysses." Here's a look at all the events typically hosted across Ireland's capital city.
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It's little surprise that the City of Tribes has topped Irish people's vacation wishlist 2020.
Nobody can let you in on the secret spots of Ireland quite like a local.
Cobh, in Co Cork, has been named as one of the most beautiful small town in Europe by Condé Nast.
While we all battle COVID-19 by staying safe at home Ireland of the Welcomes bring you the beauty and wonder of the Emerald Isle.
The South Dublin suburb is one of the most affluent areas in Ireland's capital and boasts some of the most beautiful architecture in the country.
County Fermanagh perfectly marries understated elegance with adrenaline-pumping adventure.
Revel in the luxury of the exquisite Slieve Donard Resort and Spa, nestled at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne on six-acres of spectacular beach-front grounds.
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The video includes clips of landscapes that have been virtually untouched and unspoiled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leon O’Cathasaigh returns to Sligo to replenish his soul and refill his imagination.
Cork has long been called the real capital of Ireland, and it certainly has plenty to offer, as Aisling O’Toole discovered on a recent trip.
Spending your days in lockdown dreaming about your next vacation? Belfast in Northern Ireland has no shortage of fascinating locales to visit!
The Titanic Experience at Cork harbor commemorates the Irish passengers who boarded the ship at Titanic's last port of call.
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