‘Must-see’ Belfast is the biggest and best for Titanic attractions and celebrations in 2012…
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The oh so wedding-friendly Emerald Isle gives the likes of France and Italy more than a run for their money…
On St Patrick’s Day the world turns green in celebration of all things Irish, and we can barely contain ourselves. March 17th is fast approaching, so we’ve put together this guide for you to experience every aspect of the festivities (and to see just how green you can go this yea
On 17 March, St Patrick’s Day, every Pablo, Pierre, and Petya around the globe will gladly become Paddy for the day as the world celebrates its common affection for the Emerald Isle. And where better to feel the excitement than at the epicentre of the global vibrations - Ireland
Belfast, birthplace of the RMS Titanic, is hosting a three-week fusion of international-scale public events to celebrate and commemorate the breathtaking history of the world’s most famous maritime creation.
For millions of Titanic fans around the world, the city that built the most famous ship on the planet is now Europe’s new must-see destination…
As the world’s top players will tell you, Ireland is one of the great golf destinations, celebrated for phenomenal links courses and the hospitality of the 19th hole…
Pyramids of Giza, Christ the Redeemer Statue, Little Mermaid and ‘Welcome’ Sign in Las Vegas to go green for the first time ever, as part of Tourism Ireland’s ‘Global Greening’ on 17 March -
The Irish hope nothing goes right at the Left-handed Gathering in Mullingar, County Westmeath this summer. The left thing to do is be there…
Thursday, 21st February: One of the world’s great cycling events is coming to Ireland it was announced today. The 2014 Giro d’Italia will stage its ‘Grande Partenza’ - the Big Start in Belfast and Dublin on 10 - 12 May 2014. Three race days will take place in Ireland with the ex
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