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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Ireland’s 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.
Ireland is fast becoming the destination of choice for those seeking luxury accommodation, excellent food and top quality cultural experiences.
A small nineteenth-century church in the heart of Dublin will be the unique setting for some of the world’s greatest Irish traditional musicians for 11 weeks this summer.
Challenging routes, plenty of Irish ‘craic’ and the opportunity to cycle one of the most spectacular stretches of coastline in Europe make the Giant’s Causeway Sportive one of the most popular around for pedal pushers.
A Wild Irish Rover tour of Ireland has been named one of ’50 Tours of a Lifetime 2013’ by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.
Site-seers hungry to learn about the fascinating story behind the 2013 UK City Culture are in for an ’upgraded experience’ at one of Derry~Londonderry’s top attractions.
His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet visited Derry~Londonderry today, (18th April) on a one day visit to Northern Ireland as part of local charity, Children in Crossfire’s ‘Culture of Compassion’ event.
UK City of Culture vibe meets rural tranquillity10 April 2013
Travellers looking for an itinerary that combines the best of Irish and British culture with tranquil rural living can have the best of both worlds in the fabulous Faughan Valley in Northern Ireland.
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