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Situated on Ireland's east coast, Dublin is buzzing right now. Originally a Viking city, the Republic of Ireland's capital mixes its medieval background with a palpable buoyancy to create..
County Kerry, located on the south-eastern coast of the Republic of Ireland, is dominated by beautiful and rugged peninsulas and inlets. Its Iveragh Peninsula is a popular spot with..
Cork is the Rupublic of Ireland's largest and southernmost county.
Known as "The Rebel County" for its important role during the Irish War of Independence as well as the Irish Civil..
County Kilkenny, located in the southern end of the Republic of Ireland, has much to offer the visitor. For those interested in a sporting getaway, Kilkenny has a wide range of fishing..
Waterford County is in the south east of Ireland. It takes in a long sweeping coastline and two mountain ranges, the Knockmealdown Mountains and the Comeragh Mountains. The coastline has..
Northern Ireland’s capital has transformed itself over the past decade into a city of irrepressible energy and is now one of the island’s most sophisticated cities.
Set in the..
Also called Derry after its picturesque county town on the west bank of river Foyle, Londonderry is known for its beautiful landscapes and historical buildings.
Derry, known as 'the..
Ireland's only natural World Heritage site, the Giants Causeway is located on the northern coast of County Antrim. It is a large area of interlocking basalt columns, most of which are..
The Ring of Kerry is located in the South West of Ireland and is a 170 Kilometre loop around the Iveragh Peninsula. The route is one of the best known and busy tourist routes in Ireland..
Eyes light up and stories flow when anyone mentions Galway, a county defined by its untamed scenery, traditional culture and legendary nightlife. It's a region that holds a very special..
The Cliffs of Moher are located in County Clare on Irelands west Coast. They are one of Irelands's most visited attractions and the stunning views offered make it easy to see why. The..
St Stephen's Green is a historic city parkland in the centre of Dublin. It is adjacent to Grafton Street - a shopping hub which includes the "St Stephens Green Shopping Centre".
Over a thousand years old, Ireland's capital Dublin is situated on the east coast and about half way down the island. It is a colourful city, full of history, interesting sites and irish..
The Crumlin Road Gaol, also known as HMP Belfast is a disused prison in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The prison is opposite the Crumlin Road Courthouse which is also no longer in use.Crumlin..
Near the Northern Ireland town of Castlerock in country Londonderry, the Mussenden Temple is one of the more unusual structures you will come across in this part of the world. A small round..
Situated just 500 metres from Cashel town in Tipperary and an hours drive from Cork and two hours from Dublin, the Rock of Cashel is one of Irelands most distinct and famous icons.
Trinity College is situated in the centre of Dublin, opposite to the irish Houses of Parliament. Founded by Queen Elizebeth I in 1592 Trinity College is one of the seven ancient..
County Armagh is the seat of both the Protestant and Catholic archbishops of Ireland, and, as such, serves as the spiritual capital of the country. Armagh was also the location of St..
Cobh is a sheltered seaport town on the south Coast of County Cork and is only and hours train ride from Cork City. Being situated on such a an large, accessible and protected harbour has..
Whether your passion is heritage, the great outdoors, or buzzing nightlife, Kilkenny has something for everyone. Kilkenny this year celebrates 400 years as a City and has a full year of..
Mount Stewart Gardens and House is an 18th century grand house and grounds located a few kilometres from Newtownards in Northern Ireland. The house today is owned by the National Trust but..
Situated next to the next to the Liffey River in Central Dublin, the Temple Bar district is world famous for being the lively cultural centre of Dublin.
With a long rich history dating..
Achill Island is the largest Irish island, and is situated just off the western coast in County Mayo. It is accessible via a bridge from the mainland. The island has been populated from..
Armagh lies just inside the border of Northern Ireland around 65 kilometres south of Belfast. It has been known as the spiritual capital of Ireland for 1500 years. It is the home of both..
Avoca is a small town near Arklow, in co. Wicklow. It is situated on the River Avoca. The Avoca area has been associated with its famous copper mines for many years and the valley has been..
300 year old Bantry house is situated on the southern side of Bantry bay in County Cork.
Bantry house originally started life as a small property that was purchased by Richard White in..
The Bogside is a residential neighbourhood outside the city walls of Derry in Northern Ireland. Originally a marshy area used as pastureland, the area has long been inhabited and has been..
The Old Bushmills Distillery is located just near the town of Bushmills, roughly 75 kilometres north of Belfast near the northern coast of Antrim. It lays claim to being the worlds oldest..
Carlingford Village, located about an hours drive from either Dublin or Belfast is a historic seaside village set near the Mourne Mountains among beautiful natural scenery and rich cultural..
Derry City is one of the oldest permanent settlements in Ireland and can trace it's history back over 1400 years. It lies in Northern Ireland on the west bank of the Foyle River. The city..
Located in Lower Lough Erne, Devenish Island has the well preserved ruins of an ancient monastery. The island is fairly small, just under 2 kilometres long and a kilometre wide. The..
Donegal Town is a small and charming settlement in on the north east coast of Ireland. It is nestled on the shores of Donegal Bay around a small harbour at the entrance to the Eske River...
The Downpatrick Cathedral in stands on the Hill of Down in the town of Downpatrick in Northern Ireland. The cathedral is of gothic design and is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. The current..
Very close to the town of Bushmills on the northern coast of Antrim in Northern Ireland, Dunluce Castle is surely the quintessential vision of a medieval stronghold. It is situated..
Ennis is the sixth largest town in Ireland and is situated only 20km from Shannon airport. The word Ennis means Island in irish and unsurprisingly Ennis is situated on an island created by..
When Francis Jackson moved to the county Mayo in the 1660's he probably never imagined that 350 years later the twelth generation of his descendants would still be there, in the same house..
Enniscrone on the west coast of Ireland about 30 kilometres west of the city of Sligo is not your typical irish destination. It is not famous for it's shamrocks or Guiness but more for it's..
Situated in the mid west of ireland Galway is the fifth largest and fastest growing city in Ireland. Galways origins have been traced back to a settlement surrounding a fort and the river..
Glendalough is one of Ireland's most beautiful visitors' destinations. For thousands of years people have been drawn to 'the valley of the two lakes' for its spectacular scenery, rich..
The Guiness Storehouse is reputed to be the Number 1 attraction for international visitors to Ireland. Over 4 million people have visited the storehouse since it opened in the year 2000...
A light on Hook Head has marked the entrance to Waterford Harbour for at least two thousand years. The present structure, the medieval tower of Hook, is about 800 years old – one of the..
A popular destination for visitors, the beautiful village of Inistioge, set deep in the Nore Valley, is surrounded by mature woodland and rolling hills. Woodstock Estate and Gardens are..
Just under 30 kilometres to the west of Dublin, the K Club is not your ordinary Golf Resort. The Magnificent Mansion on the grounds is known as Strafford House and dates back to 550AD and..
Nestled at the base of Irelands largest Mountain range, MacGillicuddy Reeks, about 80 kilometres north west of Cork is Killarney. The town is the gateway to the Killarney Valley and the..
Kylemore Abbey is located near the village of Kylemore in Galway county. The Abbey is sited on an idealic Lake and is backed by steep mountains providing a postcard perfect view. The Abbey..
Limerick Riverside City is the hub and capital of the Shannon Region. Its colourful and fascinating history is evident everywhere and proudly maintained. Apart from its modern shopping..
The Marble Arch Caves are situated the rugged mountainous countryside of counties Fermanagh and Cavan. The 380,000 year old caves were first explored in 1895 with further exploration in the..
New Ross is a small town of 7000 people situated in County Wexford and Irelands only inland port. As well as the usual historic architectural highlights typical of Irish towns New Ross is..
Newgrange is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is located in county Meath around 40 kilometres north of Dublin.
Newgrange was originally built over 5000 years ago..
The Parliament Buildings of Northern Ireland are located in the Stormont area of Belfast, because of this the buildings are commonly known as "Stormont". It is currently the seat of the..
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