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.
A must-visit cultural institution for visitors and natives the National Library of Ireland, in Dublin, delves into the story of Ireland.
Are leprechauns and ancient myths behind these roads where cars roll uphill? Or is it just plain old boring science?
Living in Ireland over the Thanksgiving holidays makes you take account of what you are doing with your life.
Revisiting Northern Ireland's first city after 22 year away "I was astonished... I didn't know where I was."
“Folklore says the sand comes in once every seven years, it has been roughly 12 years since it was last in."
From the Emerald Isle to the Emerald City from $305 each way, with flights taking off four times per week from May 2018.
Dream of retiring to Ireland? Longing to live and work in Éire? Here are the most desirable places to live in Ireland.
The Dublin Zoo has a new resident - a newborn baby rhinoceros who weighs an impressive 110 pounds and is already romping and playing with his mother.
Held by the esteemed whisky publication WhiskyAdvocate, WhiskyFest will bring 480 of the world’s best whiskies and other liquors in one room.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the artist who immortalized Lincoln, and Sherman, dedicated his last great work to Charles Stewart Parnell.
The Irish flair for comedy seems to be embedded in the DNA, and can be seen from small stages in Dublin to theaters around the world.
With just 7,000 slots available Dublin embassy advises students to apply for the summer work travel visas as soon as possible.
American Airlines’ premium economy seats see greater comfort for passengers on Ireland-US flights.
At the heart of the midwest, home of Irish trad music and a historic and cultural bastion. Can you guess?
A list of castles in Ireland - some of the oldest castles in Ireland and great Ireland travel tips!
The affordable guide to eating out across Ireland means you should know a great place to eat no matter where you're traveling in Ireland!
The historic building, Uimhir 6 Harcourt St, now hosts the headquarters of the Gaelic League.
The skies of the Emerald Isle turned the most glorious shade of green as the Northern Lights danced south from the Arctic.
One of the youngest ever to pass the coveted legal exam – from a tiny Louth village to the Big Apple.
The company already flies from Newark Airport in New Jersey to Dublin via Reykjavik but is set to add in the JFK route from April next year after high demand for flights to and from Newark.
In 1955 eyewitnesses watched as Lough Funshinagh in County Roscommon completely disappeared in moments.
IrishCentral pays a visit to the Gaelic social event of the year taking place in Killarney, Co. Kerry.
With the dust settled on the World Series, we look back at the early Irish influence in the game, with EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
“Ship of Dreams: The Titanic Experience" takes its audience on a 3-hour immersive theatrical experience based on the doomed voyage of the ocean liner built in Belfast
Ireland’s Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed that 53 different types of mosquito were found in the Republic last year, jolting us out of the commonly-held idea that mosquitoes are not a worry in Ireland.
What you should know about the history of your Irish surname
How the Irish saved Thanksgiving
John F. Kennedy very likely had celiac disease
Does Black Friday ruin Thanksgiving?
Irish Thanksgiving blessings, toasts, and sayings for your family and friends
Kid-friendly and adult-friendly Irish Thanksgiving jokes
Little Irish boy with cancer has best day ever on the set of 'Vikings'
Thanksgiving leftovers recipe: turkey enchiladas with olives
Why young people are joining the Ancient Order of Hibernians
IRA victims families anger at Sinn Fein’s Gerry Adams
Truth of Irish homelessness with so little planning it’s a wonder it’s not worse