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1. Malahide Castle & Dublin Bay Malahide Castle is one of Ireland's oldest, built on land given to Richard Talbot, a knight who accompanied King Henry II of England to Ireland in 1174. The ...
Dublin flies the grand tradition of the classic Irish pub high and proud. After all, it's the home to Ireland's oldest pub (The Brazen Head, dating back to 1198!), and is currently home to around ...
Words and music are the lifeblood of this literary city, so here's a suggested three-day itinerary that will get you into that Dublin frame of mind. Don't worry, we've included plenty of pubs! ...
To some, Belfast still lingers in the minds as a destination to avoid, rife with images of militants toting rifles and touting tube bombs. But the days of the IRA and what they call the Troubles are ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, September 2012
Rising a daunting 214 meters over the Atlantic Ocean, Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher have become an iconic landmark, with incredible views to boot. One of the country’s most visited attractions, the ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
With dozens of castles set in spectacular locations around the country, there’s no excuse for not paying a visit to at least one of Ireland ’s
historic landmarks. Whether you fancy staying in a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2012
The Dingle Peninsula is that bit of Ireland that protrudes off the south-west corner into the wild Atlantic Ocean. It’s all about cliffs and mountains, rolling waves and sandy beaches. The peninsula ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
As if Dublin needed an excuse to get out and party; the 2011 Absolut Fringe Festival
is on from September 10-25. That’s sixteen days of over one hundred
performances, music, theatre, comedy, ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, December 2011
Ireland is famous
for its music: jigs, polkas, reels. The harp, the accordion, the fiddle.
Traditionally Irish music was based in the community or the extended
family; you invited people over ...
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