The New Year means that a fresh and fabulous new programme of festivals and events gets underway right across the island of Ireland. With something big going on in any month of the year, Ireland is renowned for the good times that can be had at its festivals. So why not jump into the 2023 programme straight away with Out to...
Belfast has been ranked eighth in the world in the 2022 Global Destinations Sustainability Index. Belfast’s vision to transition to an inclusive, zero-emissions, climate-resilient economy within a generation has been rewarded with an eighth-place ranking in the annual Global Destinations Sustainability Index. The index assesses destination performance across 73 criteria over four key areas: environmental strategy and infrastructure, social sustainability, industry...
Planning is well underway for a spectacular St. Patrick's Festival 2023 and we can't wait to return to the streets and venues of Dublin! We're inviting you to join us at the world-famous St. Patrick's Festival Parade on 17th March 2023 for a global celebration of Irish Arts, Culture and Heritage as the Parade winds its way through the...
One of the joys of Christmas is exploring a Christmas market, where fabulous gifts, festive food and seasonal music create the perfect mood. If you’re lucky enough to be in Dublin in the run up to Christmas, make sure you visit one of the city’s buzzing Christmas markets. The Dandelion Market at The Well, St Stephen’s Green, runs on the six Sunday afternoons...
Two days of festivities will see out the old year and ring in the new, as Dublin puts on a spectacular New Year’s Festival. Live music from top musicians, street entertainment, electrifying visual displays and an exciting Festival Village are just some of the ingredients that will make up Dublin’s dazzling two-day New Year’s Festival. On New Year’s Eve a host of...
As part of the Bram Stoker Festival, a unique light and sound show will bring the magic of the Northern Lights to Dublin. The Irish premiere of BOREALIS, an artwork by internationally renowned Swiss artist Dan Acher, which creates a mesmerising illusion of the Northern Lights, has been announced for the Bram Stoker Festival (28 –31 October). The free event will...
Europe’s biggest Halloween festival is concocting a fabulous programme of folklore, frights, fun and feasting this autumn. The beautiful walled city of Derry~Londonderry will once again unleash the ancient Celtic spirits of Samhain as it celebrates Halloween from 28 – 31 October 2022. Now established as the biggest Halloween festival in Europe and voted the world's best Halloween destination in a...
With its warrens of narrow streets, vibrant spirit and warm welcome, Cork is the perfect city break destination for when the nights are drawing in. Here are 10 reasons why you should be in this historic city as the seasons switch. 1. Food worth travelling forThanks to an abundance of high-quality local producers and a profusion of creative and passionate chefs,...
As Bram Stoker’s gothic masterpiece Dracula reaches its 125th anniversary, Dublin prepares to paint the town red with vampirish bloodthirsty antics. This October the Bram Stoker Festival returns to Dublin (28 –31 October) after a two-year hiatus to celebrate Count Dracula and his creator in a weekend of ghastly thrills, spine-chilling spectacles and fun-filled frights. The world’s most famous vampire was the creation...
Everybody knows a pint of Guinness always tastes better in Ireland – but beyond the famous black stuff there is so much more to explore for this year’s International Beer Day The global celebration of beer on 5 August is the perfect excuse to go on a beer journey around the array of mainstream breweries, microbreweries and brewpubs dotted across...

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