Dublin is a city full of life and brimming with things to do and see, whatever your interests. 1. Delve into Dublin Theatre FestivalAutumn in Dublin is festival season with a packed calendar of events led by the world-class Dublin Theatre Festival (29 September – 16 October). Taking place in 20 venues across the city, the festival showcases the best of...
Fill your heart with festive cheer at the island of Ireland’s magical Christmas markets. The appearance of colourful Christmas markets across the length and breadth of the island of Ireland signals that the festive season has well and truly begun. And with many opening in mid-November this year, there isn’t long to wait. Galway, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, will open...
Abounding in natural beauty, mountains, cliffs and dramatic coastlines, there is something to captivate even the most seasoned travellers on the island of Ireland. It takes days, weeks really, to see the best of the greenest country in Europe, and trying to figure out what to do can be a bit overwhelming. So save some time and check out this...
Exciting Programme of Free Fingal Bike Week Events Now Live! Fingal County Council has announced an exciting programme of free events for Bike Week 2022. Ireland’s 14th annual Bike Week takes place from May 14 to 22 this year. The theme is ‘Click Into Gear’ and the Fingal event programme is designed to get everyone excited about cycling whatever your...
Opulent castles brimming with history and exclusive tours that get you amazing ‘behind the rope’ access – they’re all part of Heritage Ireland’s unique luxury experiences. Luxury travel in Ireland is all about sumptuous surroundings, exclusive experiences and select moments of hospitality and connection. The luxuriousness of the country’s collection of five-star accommodations is already well renowned, and of course the...
Joyce’s Dublin recalled in Bloomsday Festival   Ireland’s annual celebration of James Joyce’s seminal work, Ulysses, returns to Dublin in June with the five-day Bloomsday festival. Art, music, theatre, lectures, readings, walking tours and food events make up the packed programme that invites Joyce fans to see his famous novel Ulysses through a multitude of lenses. Bloomsday (11–16 June) recalls 16 June 1904,...
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...
In the first episode of Destination Ireland Travel Podcast, Eoghan Corry talks with Patrick Greene of Epic, winner of Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction in 2019 & 2020 by the World Travel Awards. https://soundcloud.com/destinationire/patrick-greene-epic  
Dublin’s new coastal trail will take you from medieval castles to stunning sea views, and from thrilling activities to heritage highlights. A short hop from Dublin’s city centre is the fabulous coastline of Dublin Bay, which is dotted with hidden gems, awash with spectacular views and overflowing with exciting water-based activities. The new Dublin Coastal Trail now makes it easier than ever to...

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