"If you´re Irish, come into the parlour...". Now the invitation has extended far beyond the parlour to encompass the whole country.
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Exploring the exciting new breed of restaurants, cafés and gastro bars that have sprung up all over Dublin makes a city break there an appetising adventure…
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
The only completely walled city in Ireland has announced its UK City of Culture 2013 programme; a year-long feast of events that will be as ‘legenderry’ as Derry itself.
All the world´s Irish on St Patrick´s Day and celebrations will go global - but this year it´s extra, extra special back on the home turf…
There’s a wealth of festivals on offer year-round in Ireland, celebrating everything from history, art and the rich Irish culture to a fantastic maritime heritage. This summer, festival fever is running especially high…
Walking or cycling along Ireland’s 42-km Great Western Greenway in the spectacular west of the Ireland is sure to work up an appetite.
Beer lovers on a visit to Ireland rarely miss the chance to enjoy a glass of Guinness, often considered to be the island’s national drink, but now they can also sample some of the best new beers to be found anywhere in the world.
You’ll want to eat right through the menu this autumn as gourmet Ireland serves up culinary experiences worth travelling for…
For culture, creativity and craic, look no further than Northern Ireland’s Derry, a city that has burgeoned as a destination of delight…
History, heritage and ‘a drop in your hand’ of the finest whiskey in the world combine in one of the Emerald isle’s newest visitor attractions - The Ireland Whiskey Trail.
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