Latest news from the tourism industry on the island of Ireland
19 Jan 2021
The dream job of working as a caretaker on a remote island off Ireland’s famous Wild Atlantic Way is up for grabs.
At the end of this particularly cold and gloomy winter the Irish are as eager as ever to mark the earliest signs of spring on St Brigid’s Day, 1 February.
Ireland’s dramatic landscape has inspired writers across the ages and continues to star in the work of the island’s contemporary novelists.
Ireland’s gorgeous stately homes are luxurious models of architecture and treasure troves of history, surrounded by exquisite grounds.
The New Year is the ideal time to discover a new you and your connection to the Irish global family.
Lots of lovers are going to have to skip the hugs and kisses this year and resort to Zoom dates But fret not, St Valentine's Day inspiration can still be found in romantic Ireland.
16 Dec 2020
An exhibition centre that honours Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh has triumphed in the Film and Video category at the Heritage in Motion Awards 2020.
The island of Ireland is gearing up to welcome back visitors when the time is right with a raft of new experiences that will enthral and delight.
Dublin’s ‘radical trad’ music festival, Tradfest, has been reimagined to cope with Covid restrictions but will be every bit as entertaining as always.
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