Miles of mountains topped with sprinkles of pure white snow, twinkling festive lights decorating charming streets and welcoming open fires stationed in the snug of traditional pubs – this is winter in Ireland. And, we think it’s safe to say, it’s an experience to remember! Here’s why you should visit Ireland during winter.
Luxury shopping in Dublin city should never be overlooked! The vibrant streets of our capital city are home to some of the most exciting luxury shopping spots on the Emerald Isle. From designer jewels to Irish made pieces, admiring the opulent shops of Dublin is always a nice way to spend your day.
Home to numerous literary heroes, Dublin is often hailed as one of the literary capitals of Europe – boasting unique museums, quirky bookshops and everything in between. Fancy yourself a literary buff? Here are the must-experience literary attractions in Dublin.
There is so much more to Dublin than its picturesque streets, traditional pubs and welcoming locals. The medieval city is home to some of Ireland’s most historical buildings and fascinating histories – including a handful of Dublin castle tours that are simply a must experience during a visit to the island’s capital.
WILD ATLANTIC WAY – OFF THE BEATEN PATH EXPERIENCES IN THE SOUTH-WEST From delicious delicacies to cable car rides, the south-west of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way offers so much more than stunning views. With that said, if you’re interested in exploring authentic Ireland – south-west is best.
The Wild Atlantic Way is known for evoking intrigue and awe to all who are lucky enough to experience it. And, rightly so! This acclaimed coastal route boasts one-of-a-kind adventures and scenery as well as plenty of off the beaten path experiences to keep every and any traveller on their toes.
Myth, mystery and folklore are some of the main ingredients of Ireland’s history, so it should come as no surprise that the Emerald Isle is home to a number of eerie spots – perfect for those of you looking for a fright during your time in Ireland.
Situated off the coast of County Donegal, on the Wild Atlantic Way route, is Arranmore Island – one of the largest inhabited islands of Donegal. The island boasts a rich culture and is home to authentic Irish tradition.