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...
A new online series from ITMA featuring in-depth conversations with traditional artists Christy Moore, Catherine McEvoy, Frankie Gavin, Sarah Ghriallais, Matt Molloy, Dolly McMahon, and the late Paddy Moloney (1938-2021) begins in October. The long-format Q&A style interviews seek to enrich our understanding of these respected and well known tradition bearers, by exploring their influences, and by seeking out their...
A breeze to navigate and full of music, culture and culinary delights, Belfast also offers plenty of attractions for travellers who are watching their pennies. From admission-free museums and wonderful public parklands to Game of Thrones® highlights and arts attractions, you can enjoy quite a lot of Belfast without having to spend a thing. Check out the top 10 free...
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...
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...
Discover a host of hidden gems across the island of Ireland, from dazzling light shows to amazing architecture... Going off the beaten track in Ireland is worth it. There's a whole host of special places to discover, from impossibly beautiful little harbours to vast, undiscovered peninsulas, iconic castle ruins to ancient bog bodies. There's even what locals call a magic...
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...
With so much to see and do along the Wild Atlantic Way, it’s up to you to decide how you want to take it all in! At 2,500km, from the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal to Kinsale in County Cork, the Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal touring route in the world. It’s broken into six zones, each...
The big day – 17 March – will soon be here, and once again people all around the world will be inspired to pay homage to St Patrick, Ireland, and Irish culture and heritage. As one of the most popular cultural events on the planet, St Patrick’s Day is celebrated by millions every year. Yet the enigmatic and larger-than-life figure...

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