Some of the most magnificent places to stay in Ireland have awakened from the slumbers of winter to re-state their elegance and welcome discerning guests.
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Irish history straight from the horseís mouth17 June 2013
Ireland is renowned for its stunning landscape, colourful history, creative storytelling and its love of the horse.
Photowalk puts Dublin in the frame17 June 2013
Dublinís newest walking tours are a unique way to zoom in on the cityís sights, get an angle on their history and take home a picture perfect souvenir.
Irish country house life lives on at Ballyowen17 June 2013
An architectural treasure in County Tipperary is providing a window into country house life as it was lived in 1750 and today, giving a fascinating insight into great Irish houses.
Live like a Gaelic lord in ringfort stay over17 June 2013
The overnight experience of a lifetime in a perfect replica of a 1,500 year-old Irish ringfort Ėan enclosed early medieval farmstead Ė is on offer Irelandís County Wexford.
Dublin flypast will be a ground to air spectacle17 June 2013
An international flypast will soar through the Dublin skies this September as the streets below take-off into festival formation in one of the biggest events of Irelandís year of the Gathering.
Step back in time aboard Titanicís little sister17 June 2013
The SS Nomadic, the vessel used to ferry first-class and second-class passengers to the ill-fated Titanic, has been launched back into service for guided tours in her home city of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Welcome on Board the SS Nomaidc13 June 2013
The SS Nomadic opened its doors to the public for the first time earlier this month. The recently restored ship, the last remaining of the infamous White Star Line ships, is now docked in Northern Ireland at Belfastís Hamilton Dock.
Exploring Irish Identity13 June 2013
2013 is the year of the Gathering in Ireland. In celebration of The Gathering, Hibernia College has launched a free of charge massive open online course (MOOC) on the theme of Irish identity. The course is free and is open to anyone no matter where you are in the world.
As the G8 Leaders have booked it out for a few days in June, the stunning Lough Erne Resort wonít have any rooms
Lough Erne Resort has recently hit the limelight, as the venue for the G8 Summit 2013
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