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Top 7 Places To Eat in Galway, Ireland

If you’re planning on travelling to Galway while in Ireland you won’t be disappointed! Galway is located on the western side of Ireland and is known for its incredible coastline, energetic bohemian vibes and rocky wilderness. When it comes to food there are many great places to choose from. Whether you’re after pub fare or […]

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Best Ghost Tours in Dublin for Halloween

Did you know that the Irish invented Halloween? That’s probably why Irish people truly know how to celebrate it the right way! If you’re heading to Ireland during Halloween this year, make sure to add some of these Dublin ghost tours to your itinerary. From traditional ghost tours to spooky and haunted places around Dublin, […]

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5 Things to know about Viking Ireland

Did you know that the History Channel’s hit show Vikings is actually filmed in Ireland? While it might seem strange that the story of the great Ragnar Lothbrok is filmed on the Emerald Isle, we do have a lot of history with the Vikings, so let’s find out a little more about Ireland’s Viking past. […]

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7 of the best pubs for trad music in Galway

You can’t travel to Ireland and not listen to a traditional music session or two. While most tourists head straight to Temple Bar in Dublin, the more traditional music sessions are to be found in Galway or the Aran Islands, off the west coast of Ireland. Regardless of how long you plan to stay in […]

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5 things to do in Galway when it rains

We simply love Galway. It’s a quaint city with real charm. The people are some of the friendliest in the world. The bars are lively and, even though it’s small in comparison to other cities, there’s plenty to see and do. Visitors on a day trip to Galway and Ireland, in general, must be prepared […]

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7 Dublin pubs with fireplaces not to miss

‘Níl aon tinteán mar do thinteán féin’ This old Gaelic proverb is the same as saying, “there’s no place like home” in English except it literally translates into ‘There’s no fireplace like your own fireplace’. Traditionally, the fireplace has always been a big deal in Irish homes given the country’s famous (or infamous) cooler climate. […]

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The 5 Best things to do in Wicklow

It is not surprising that Wicklow is known as the ‘Garden of Ireland’. It is steeped in enough natural beauty to feed anyone’s outdoor curiosity, regardless of how active or adventurous you may be. Situated just south of Dublin it is home to the Wicklow Mountains and the Wicklow Mountains National Park. At 20,483 hectares […]

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