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  • Free for Families in Dublin

    Friday, July 11th, 2014

    National Museum of Ireland Archeology

    There’s no denying that Dublin, like most major cities, can be an expensive place to visit with your family. With the majority of Ireland vacations beginning and ending at Dublin airport, most people spend a day or two in the capital city. While you’ll likely spend a few Euros on Dublin’s must-see sights like the […]

  • 10 ‘Must See’ Sights in Connemara + 1 for Luck

    Thursday, July 10th, 2014

    Live music in Clifden, Ireland

    Located on the farthest reaches of County Galway, the land known as Connemara is filled with history, mystery, and some of the most stunning scenery in Ireland. Bordered on the south and west by the Atlantic Ocean, Connemara is a popular portion of the Wild Atlantic Way and a perfect destination for your driving tour […]

  • Ireland Has the World’s Longest Coastal Driving Route (Infographic)

    Monday, June 30th, 2014

    World's Longest Coastal Driving Route, Wild Atlantic Way crop

    There are dozens of amazing places to discover along the Wild Atlantic Way. Check out the infographic below to discover some of the best highlights! Special thanks goes to our friends at Killarney Hotels for sharing it with us. Read More Travel Tips Plan a Trip to Ireland Request a Quote

  • Spend a Day at the Lough During Your Ireland Vacation

    Friday, June 27th, 2014

    The entrance to the land of the faeries is found on the shores of Lough Gur

    For hundreds of years the loughs (or lakes) of Ireland have provided safety and sustenance, been home to ancient secrets, and offered enjoyable outings for locals and visitors alike. Though it’s likely your trip to Ireland will include coastal scenery, you should really add a day of fun and exploration at a lough to your […]

  • 24 Hours Dublin – A Book Review

    Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

    24 Hours Dublin

    The majority of Ireland vacations begin and end in Dublin, home of Ireland’s largest airport. So even if you don’t plan to spend any time touring Dublin, you’ll find yourself near the city for at least a few hours of your stay – often early morning hours and later afternoon and evening hours. So what […]

  • Traveling with a Food Allergy

    Friday, May 2nd, 2014

    peanuts

    “And what’s the deal with airline peanuts?!” – Jerry Seinfeld No, really – What’s the deal with airline peanuts? Nuts seem to be considered the paragon snack for a flight. You hear, “in flight snack” and you think nuts, that’s just how it’s always been. Although most airlines are substituting nuts with pretzels there are […]

  • Euros and Sense: Handling Your Money in Ireland

    Monday, April 28th, 2014

    Euros

    How much money should I take when I travel to Ireland? Where will I get the best exchange rate? Can I use my debit card in Ireland? Handling your money in Ireland can seem a bit overwhelming if you haven’t traveled internationally before, but it’s a simple matter of Euros and sense. Money in Ireland: […]

  • Top Family Attractions in County Clare

    Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

    Bunratty Castle, county clare, Ireland

    If your Ireland vacation takes you to the west, it’s likely you’ll be stopping at the most visited natural attraction in the country – the Cliffs of Moher. If the weather is fine, you might even opt for a Cliffs of Moher cruise. (I highly recommend it!) But then what? Don’t go rushing off to […]

  • Exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

    Thursday, March 27th, 2014

    Wild Atlantic Way Header

    Ireland’s newest initiative, the Wild Atlantic Way is big news for those who aren’t afraid of driving in Ireland. The longest coastal driving route in Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches from Donegal’s stunning Inishowen Peninsula to the picturesque seaside town of Kinsale in County Cork. Between the two lies over 2500 miles of stunning […]

  • Happy 1100th Birthday to Ireland’s Oldest City: Waterford

    Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

    chorister's hall

    Ask most visitors to name Ireland’s first established city and most will answer “Dublin” without blinking an eye. And though Dublin is an old city – founded in 988 – it is 74 years younger than Ireland’s oldest city. Located in the south-eastern part of the country, the majority of people touring Ireland bypass the […]


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