Feast on award-winning food on the island of Ireland The island of Ireland has made a name for itself as a world-class foodie destination and there are lots of great ways to discover its culinary charms. With award-winning restaurants and gastro-pubs, fabulous food markets and tours, and artisan producers around every corner, the island of Ireland should be on every epicure’s...
Explore the island of Ireland’s awesome UNESCO sites The island of Ireland’s UNESCO sites are destinations of world-class natural and cultural heritage that should top your to-do list. Despite being small, the island of Ireland looms large when it comes to the number of UNESCO designated sites and cities it harbours. From ancient geological phenomena to vibrant cities steeped in culture,...
Taste a tipple or two on the Galway Whiskey Trail Delve into the wonderful world of whiskey while exploring the streets of historic Galway city on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Ireland’s whiskey is renowned worldwide and every corner of the island boasts a tipple you should taste. If your visit to Ireland takes you to the west coast, don’t miss the...
Take a culinary journey around the island of Ireland Taste your way around the island of Ireland to discover the award-winning culinary experiences that are making the island a foodie magnet. From hotels and restaurants to food trucks and fruit farms, there are gastro delights aplenty to be enjoyed across the island of Ireland. With great local ingredients, innovative chefs, talented...
Autumn is the ideal time to explore the island of Ireland’s fabulous landscape and enjoy the rejuvenating power of nature. Autumn on the island of Ireland offers the perfect combination of bright, crisp days and cosy evenings. As the leaves turn to red and gold, the landscape takes on a vibrant hue that is a gift to photographers and artists...
There are lots of ways to enjoy St Patrick’s Day, from parades, parties and pints of Guinness to pilgrimage walks and hearty traditional Irish food. Ireland’s biggest festival is on the horizon and across the island towns and cities are gearing up for the annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations (17 March). Fabulous festivals will take place in cities from Armagh in the north...
A melting pot of local produce, flavour experiences and culinary talent will be served up at this year’s West Waterford Festival of Food ~West Waterford Festival of Food taking place 14th -16th April is not just the biggest and most diverse food festival in the Southeast, but the most fun!~ The West Waterford Festival of Food, one of Ireland’s largest and...
The island of Ireland is a premium place for spirit lovers, with a wealth of experiences to enjoy from masterclasses to tasting tours and more. Ireland is famous for its whiskey, but a raft of distilleries across the island are now also creating award-winning gins, vodkas and aperitifs, and offer a range of exciting distillery experiences. Here are 11 to...
Belfast’s Continental Christmas Market is one of the best on the island of Ireland and is sure to fill you with Christmas cheer. Until 22 December, the grounds of Belfast’s imposing City Hall will be transformed into a sparkling Christmas market, which will welcome over a million visitors. Famous for its extensive range of international cuisine, the market is a wonderful spot...
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...

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