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Complete Guide to Visit The Cliffs of Moher (Cruise Options Included!)

We have given you plenty of good information on day trips, and have covered the Cliffs of Moher in the past. But we know that it's still the number one destination when...

The Irish Travel Guide to Magical Mayo

County Mayo has been in the news lately - and for good and 'picturesque' reasons. Tourists are flocking west to the coast and making their way to Achill Island. All thanks to...

Tea And Buscuits – Afternoon Tea Buses In Dublin And Cork

Vintage Tea Trips offer a unique and memorable experience for those looking to explore the city's sights while enjoying a cup of tea and some delicious treats. These charming buses have been restored...

Spending 24 Hours or More in Wicklow? Don’t Miss Out These Fab-Four Experiences

We have some long weekends coming up - St. Patrick's Day and plus there's the Easter break as well. It's a good time to explore some of the beauty that we have...

‘Born to Plant!’ – Bruce Springsteen Due to Plant a Tree in a (Not So) Secret Garden in Rathangan

It looks like Bruce Springsteen was born to plant as he vows to place a tree in his grandmother's home of Rathanganon on his next trip to Ireland! The rocker, along with the...

Malahide Castle – The Great Hall Is Ready To Receive Guests Once Again!

If you are visiting Dublin, chances are that you have already put Malahide Castle on your must-do list. And tourists across the world would be delighted to know that the Great Hall,...

The Blarney Stone – Why Do We Kiss It?

The Blarney Stone is a block of limestone built into Blarney Castle in Blarney. According to old Irish folklore, kissing the stone gifts the kisser with the 'gift of the gab' (an...

Hike and a Beer at Ticknock

Ticknock is located in the Dublin Mountains, only a half hour 44B bus or car journey's time from the centre of Dublin; 3 km southwest of Sandyford. Ticknock offers up to 10 kilometres...
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