A group of top golf journalists from the United States is visiting the island of Ireland this week, as guests of Tourism Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Tourism NI. The group – which includes journalists from popular golf magazines, TV shows, radio stations and online publications – has a combined audience of millions of readers, viewers and listeners. The journalists are...
Ireland's vast network of rivers, lakes and canals are ecosystems of activity, but also rich in unique experiences, outdoor adventure and pure relaxation. ‘Come away with me O human child, to the waters and the wild’, wrote the great Irish poet WB Yeats over a century ago. The invitation still stands today in a land of crystal clear lakes, majestic...
Travelling around Ireland on public transport is now truly cost effective after a substantial price reduction on fares. Fares on Dublin Bus, the Luas tram system in Dublin, bus operator Go-Ahead Ireland and DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) rail services have been cut by a fifth for the remainder of 2022. All Irish Rail intercity and commuter fares across the country...
All eyes on Tipperary for popular summer festivals! Nenagh Castlefest (25/26 June – Nenagh) The Junction Arts Festival (1-10 July – Clonmel ) Féile Brian Boru 2022 (6-10 July -Killaloe & Ballina) Tipperary was recently named one of the top holiday destinations in the world in the Condé Nast Travellers magazine. The premier county is set to embrace the title it wears so...
This Summer why not embark on a treasure hunt of memory making experiences in Cobh! For families seeking the ultimate day out, Cobh Tourism offers a free treasure hunt for young explorers looking to discover best points of interest in the town centre! Solo travellers, couples and groups are invited to hop on the latest travel trend of ‘Experiential Tourism’ and...
Northern Ireland’s exhilarating Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge has reopened for those bold enough to take the walk across it. The famous suspension bridge, one of the many major stops along the celebrated Causeway Coastal Route in County Antrim, is now welcoming back guests following a period of pandemic-related closure.First erected by salmon fishermen more than 250 years ago, the attraction is owned and...
Foaming seas, staggering cliffs, ancient constructs – experience the awe inspiring views of Ireland's Southern Peninsulas... FOLLOW THIS FIVE DAY JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY COVERING 303 MILES Strike out from Tralee, and discover five impeccable peninsulas – Dingle, Iveragh, Beara, Sheep and Mizen – each with its own quirky identity. From the ancient and ethereal beauty of the Ring of Kerry, to...
Bonanza of battles and banter unveiled by Shannon Heritage  Monday 30th May 2022: Visitors to Bunratty Castle & Folk Park and Craggaunowen Bronze Age Park are in for a bank holiday bonanza as Shannon Heritage announce a whirlwind weekend of entertainment and invasions from Saturday 4th to Monday 6th June.  You better prepare yourself and hide your valuables because the Vikings are...
A summertime trip to Ireland isn’t complete until you take in at least one of the many kinds of music, arts and culture festivals the island is renowned for. From the quintessentially Irish to the quirky and the downright unforgettable, Ireland’s festivals bring fun, laughter, good times and great memories.Among the key dates to look out for this summer is...
STONEYBATTER FESTIVAL IS BACK! Bigger and ‘Batter’ than ever!  FRIDAY JUNE 17 - SUNDAY JUNE 19 Dublin's liveliest village, Stoneybatter, is delighted to announce that the Stoneybatter Festival will return in June with a live, in person festival! With local businesses, groups and volunteers working away in the background, we’re still finalizing the programme but we’re contacting you to make sure the Festival...

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