The 1916 Easter Rising was a defining moment in Irish History acting as a catalyst for the Irish independence. Enlightening exhibitions and fascinating tours all around Dublin shed light on those dramatic events.
Sometimes slammed as Dublin’s tourist trap, Temple Bar’s cobbled streets and colourful pubs attract thousands every day. Beyond the clichés, Temple Bar has become Dublin’s cultural quarter with quality restaurants, unique shops and great cultural events.
“My Goodness, My Guinness” said the famous advert of a beer that put Dublin on the map. The Guinness family were successful entrepreneurs but what good did they do for the city? Let’s explore the Guinness legacy in Dublin.
Explore the city on your own with this self-guided walking tour of Dublin and discover 15 sights in one day.
Find out how Bundoran, a quaint Irish village in Donegal, reinvented itself as the surf capital of Ireland and what it’s like to ride the waves on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Dublin the “Fair City” is busy and will keep its visitors busy. From historic places to free museums, from shopping to partying, this is my travel guide to Dublin city for first time visitors.
Discover the story behind the Claddagh ring, symbol of love and Irishness. All you need to know about its origin, meaning, where to find it and most importantly how to wear it!