Fans of the globally popular HBO® TV series Game of Thrones are in for a double treat in the home of the show’s production, Belfast and Northern Ireland.
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Welcome to Dublin!31 May 2013
As friendly as a village & as intimate as a pub, Dublin has been twice nominated by Tripadvisor as the Friendliest City in Europe.
Dublinís Doorstep31 May 2013
A walkersí paradise, the Wicklow Mountains are a sprawling landscape of rugged peaks, blanket bog, old military roads, deserted villages, purple heather and glacial corrie lakes. An hourís drive from Dublin, this is a place where you can escape for a blast of complete Irish wild
Kilkenny31 May 2013
At once medieval and modern, Kilkenny is the full package with its artisan craft scene and intriguing architecture, a place that fuses medieval history with cosmopolitan modern city life.
Cork city31 May 2013
If thereís one thing people from Cork love, itís Cork. Local characters lovingly refer to the place as ďthe real capital of IrelandĒ, demonstrating the great pride that Corkonians take in their pretty city on the River Lee.
Killarney and the Ring of Kerry31 May 2013
As the name suggests, ďthe RingĒ begins and ends at the same point: Killarney.
Galway city & Connemara31 May 2013
Also known as the City of the Tribes, Galway is famous for its artistic and bohemian atmosphere. With a wealth of cultural events throughout the year, notably The Galway Arts Festival, it is also a gateway to the stunning scenery of Connemara and the Aran Islands.
Sligo and Donegal31 May 2013
Welcome to Irelandís Wild Northwest!
Irelandís capital city and its stunning seaside setting can now be enjoyed from an entirely new vantage point thanks to the launch of ninety-minute cruises around Dublin Bay.
An Irish gourmet food holiday is a palate pleaser at any time, but all the more pleasurable when the coast-to-coast itinerary is designed by an acclaimed TV presenter, restaurateur and food writer.
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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