The gift that keeps on giving! Spread some festive joy this year with a year-long subscription to this bi-monthly glossy magazine, Ireland of the Welcomes.
With the holiday season fast approaching it is time to get some gift shopping done. Why not treat your friends, colleagues, or loved ones to a subscription to our to IrishCentral's sister magazine Ireland of the Welcomes? Self-gifting also recommended! A convenient e-gift card will announce your gift and there are no hidden costs or crowded shops involved in this canny purchase.
Each issue of Ireland of the Welcomes is a beautiful Irish mosaic of people, places, and cultural treasures. Ireland of the Welcomes has become a valued friend to many people with Irish ancestry and to legions of fans who are fascinated by the true spirit of Ireland.
Today we take a look inside the November / December 2020 issue to give you a taste of what you can expect from Ireland of the Welcomes, the largest and longest-running Irish interest magazine in the world.
With the end of 2020 fast approaching, Ireland of the Welcomes is choosing to be optimistic in this issue and look to a brighter 2021 filled with travel, exploring, and general merriment.
In the November / December 2020 issue, we throw caution to the wind and highlighting some of Ireland's hidden gems, which may be new destinations to visitors and locals alike. Domhnall O'Donoghue visits Roscommon and discovers a county with much to offer, plenty of history, and locals only too happy to show it off.
Elsewhere, Deanna O'Connor takes a look at the mystery woman of County Kerry while we also take a look at the legends and myths surrounding the Cliffs of Moher as well as shining a light on the Ireland of yesteryear with an exclusive extract from Old Ireland in Colour.
From the Ireland of the Welcomes family to yours, we wish you a very peaceful Christmas and a happy and healthy 2021.
Here's a closer look at what was inside the November / December 2020 issue of Ireland of the Welcomes:
The Wren Boys
The history of the legendary Wren Boys and their Christmas parade
We discover that there's more to
Myths and Legends
The magical woman of County Kerry
We explore Roscommon, Ireland's hidden gem
From Garnish Island to Bantry Bay we look at all West Cork has to offer
Shining a light on Dunmore House Hotel
Cycles of Life
Weather watching in County Kerry
Cliffs of Moher
The legends behind the famous Cliffs of Moher
County Clare's Burren under the spotlight
My life in books
John Creedon shares the books that changed his life