A trip to Ireland is an ideal holiday no matter where you´re coming from.
An Irish Garden
Gardens in Ireland are found in every form and place imaginable. From dramatic formal gardens to pots on a windowsill...
If Belfast is a must see, don´t miss Belfast Castle!
Belfast Fine for Tourists
There´s a welcome for visitors in Belfast. Visit, enjoy, and tell them to put on the kettle---we´ll be over.
Blarney Castle is more than just a stone..
County Clare is home to one of Ireland´s greatest attractions.
Ireland's castles bring the medieval to life. Bunratty Castle is a wonderful site that is well worth visiting on your trip to Ireland.
Cork, European Capital of Culture
Cork City en joysthe status of "European Capital of Culture." This includes special musical, theatrical, and artistic venues of all kinds throughout the city. Cork City alone is well worth visiting, but this is a special time, the likes of which will not be seen again.
Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is one of the most popular sites in all of Ireland. Draped in shades of green, from the mountains to the trees.
The Antrim Coast Road
The Antrim Coast Road is one of the best known "scenic drives" in Ireland,taking in much of the North-Eastern coastline---including a very close up view of the Giant´s Causeway and on up into the Glens of Antrim.
The Dolmen of Poulnabrone
The Irish Dolmens fit in well with the landscape. So well, that if you didn't know it was there, you might mistake it for a more modern structure. How did our ancestors 5000 years ago move those huge stones? Why?
The Wild Burren of Ireland
The Burren of County Clare is one of the most unique environments on Earth. Revenant of the last Ice Age, it is home to rare birds, butterflies, contradictory plant species, a multitude of caves, dolmen, and oddities beyond number. Read on for more on the wonders from the rugged, rocky Burren.
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Driving in Ireland is tough for tourists who aren´t familiar with driving on the "wrong" side of the road. A new signage scheme that uses only the Gaelic place name promises to complicate matters further.
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