While Ireland may not see a huge amount of good weather, we sure do get some incredible sunsets! Dublin is one of the best places to watch mother nature put on her nightly show.
2020 is set to be a very exciting year for Co. Galway! The vibrant city and county was recently announced as the European Capital of Culture for 2020. With this prestigious title comes over 1,900 planned events and therefore, over 1,900 reasons to visit Galway this year.
One of the routes, as you travel to Dublin from the south of Ireland, takes you past the iconic St. James’ Gates of Dublin’s famous Guinness brewery. Adjoining, is the Guinness Storehouse, a Visitor’s Centre, which graphically details the workings of this world-famous brewery since its inception in 1759.
A ‘once in a lifetime trip to Ireland’ is impossible – You can’t visit just once. The landscape, the people and atmosphere make it difficult for anyone who has experienced it to stay away for too long.
Planning a vacation in Ireland? It’s now possible to have your own bespoke Ireland Tour designed to suit your specific taste. Visit the Wild Atlantic Way or tour the world class golf courses or taste the spectacular Irish cuisine on a food tour of the Emerald Isle.
Dublin is steeped in history and has sight seeing oportunities that will entertain and facinate. Explore the city with a private guide and discover Dublin’s hidden gems. Dublin’s Glasnevin Cemetery We really enjoyed our recent visit to Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum in Dublin. Glasnevin cemetery is, in effect, Ireland’s national cemetery.
A vacation in Ireland wouldn’t be complete without visiting the bustling shopping streets of Ireland’s vibrant towns and cities. Whether you want gifts for those back home or to treat yourself, you’ll find what you’re looking for and more.
The Dean hotel Dublin For many of us Dublin creates images of a city steeped in history and culture, which of course is true. However, there is another side to this vibrant capital city that is so worth experiencing. This weekend, we stayed in the Dean hotel on Dublin’s famous Harcourt Street.
Belfast, a town steeped in history and culture, lies on the banks of the Lagan River. Cave Hill, the great basaltic mountain overlooking the city, resembles the profile of a sleeping giant. Some say it inspired Jonathon Swift when he was writing ‘Gulliver’s Travels’.