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10 Strange and Fun Facts About Ireland

With St Patrick’s Day coming up on 17 March, it is appropriate that we share with the world some fun and interesting facts about Ireland. <b><br>The Obama</b> …

Sights for bored eyes

Sat, Feb 9, 2013, 00:00<p>The Skyline at Croke Park<p>Hag's Head at the Cliffs of Moher<p>Safari at Tralee Bay Wetlands<p>Titanic Belfast<p>Previous ImageNext …

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Lighthouse Tours of Ireland

Irish Lighthouses and Coastal Tours of Ireland<p>Bantry Bay high speed 3 hour boat trip 'Thread the Eye of the Needle'<p>Lighthouses, ring forts, standing …

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Lord of the Ring

<b>TWO Irish locations have made it into National Geographic’s prestigious list of the world’s Top 101 most scenic drives.</b><p>The first is no great …

Eat Your Heart Out At Ireland's Food Festivals: 3 Million Oysters, The Craic Of Dublin, And Haute Lit At A Country House

As the weather warms, Ireland comes alive with festivals of many kinds– step dancing to drama to rock music and hill walking. There’s an Irish festival for every taste, sometimes a half dozen scatted around the country at a time, and some of the most popular involve food.<p>A unique one this year is a …

Check out Game of Thrones' real-life locations – in Ireland

HBO's Game of Thrones has filmed in the countryside of Northern Ireland since 2010. Now, fans of the show can take a special three-day tour of the Causeway Coast and Glens to see the real-life locations used in the TV series inspired by George R. R. Martin's novels. Season three begins on HBO …

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Ireland’s best trips: Ancient Ireland

Ireland is a road-tripper's dream, with scenery and history in every direction. To turn your car into an instant time machine, all you have to do is hit the road and wind your way through middle Ireland’s collection of ancient tombs, Celtic sites and monastic cities, covering 3000 years in just …

At the Irish table: food and drink of the Emerald Isle

Ireland’s recently acquired reputation as a gourmet destination is thoroughly deserved. A host of chefs and producers are leading a foodie revolution that, at its heart, is about bringing to the table the kind of meals that have long been taken for granted on well-run Irish farms.<p>Coupled with the …

Top Ireland experiences from Lonely Planet staff

<i>Lonely Planet has produced this article for Tourism Ireland. All editorial views are those of Lonely Planet alone and reflect our policy of editorial independence and impartiality.</i><p>You might be a seasoned guidebook author, or you might be the person that designs the interface on the mobile apps – it …

Budget or blow out - a good time guide to Dublin

Whatever your budget, Dublin can show you a good time.<p>In this except from <i>olive magazine</i> (Aug 2010), Tom Doorley (writer, broadcaster, <i>Irish Daily Mail's</i> restaurant critic) shares his recommendations on where to go for a bargain and where to go to splash out.<p>LUNCH<p><b>Budget:</b><br>Combine a visit to the Chester …

10 unusual places to stay in Ireland

Ireland's landscape is a rich tapestry of architectural styles, with Norman castles and neo-classical mansions sitting side by side with cosy farmhouses and contemporary wonders. One thing's for sure, all around the island you'll find a warm welcome in interesting, charming accommodations that are …

Ireland's best drives

Whether or not you're used to getting into the driver's seat from the right, and driving on the left, Ireland's (often pot-holed) two-lane roads make up some of Europe's most scenic drives. Particularly going village to village, pub to pub, on and off the rugged coastal drives of western and …

First time Ireland: unmissable Emerald Isle experiences

Ireland’s reputation precedes itself, so first-time visitors might think they know what to expect – rolling green fields, chatty locals and a pint for each hand – but there’s so much more to Ireland than its stereotypical charms. Skip the bus tours stopping at leprechaun-filled souvenir shops and …

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