The Cliffs of Moher – An Iconic Destination

The Cliffs Of Moher – An iconic Destination The Cliffs of Moher rise to 240 metres at the highest point and has a range of 8 km along the Atlantic Ocean. Situated on the Western seaboard of County Clare, you

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National Botanical gardens Dublin

Dublin’s National Botanic Gardens The Botanic Gardens Dublin are a stunning green space filled with trees, flowers, fountains, bridges, perfectly manicured hedges and glasshouses. Extensive grounds of 48 acres are ready to be explored and include 300 endangered species of

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Exploring Ireland’s history at Glasnevin Cemetery

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Glasnevin Cemetery If you’re thinking about things to do on the weekend in Dublin, perhaps visiting a cemetery is not on your list. You may be considering shopping or walking in one of the many green areas of Dublin such

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Northern Ireland – landscape, legends and history

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Northern Ireland History Northern Ireland is a place with a dark history, yet it is also now a young and vibrant region. The North as it is presently came about in 1921 due to internal rebellion within Ireland. Much of

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Discover Northern Ireland on a Giant’s Causeway tour from Dublin

Discover Northern Ireland on a Giant’s Causeway tour from Dublin If someone asks me to describe in one word Ireland, I would surely say: nature. Nothing more, nothing less. Before starting a trip you always create an idea in your

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ARAN SWEATERS: MORE THAN JUST A SIMPLE GARMENT

The Hidden Meaning of The Aran Sweater Walking around the streets of Dublin you will see some shops which sell beautiful sweaters made with pure wool, really individual, each one with different shapes and colors… do you know why? You will

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IRELANDS SECOND CITY TO BE DISCOVERED (CORK CITY)

“CORK CITY THE REAL CAPITAL” If you like Dublin and you are fascinated by it, then you cannot miss the magnificent City of Cork, in the south of Ireland. The citizens love defining it as “the real capital of Ireland”,

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Howth – A Little Piece of Paradise on Ireland’s Coast

DISCOVERING IRELAND…   Usually tourists which travel around the world use to go visiting big cities, really confusing, noisy and full of pollution… but have you ever think about escaping from the fuss of the city? Escaping from the big

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Discovering a Place so Far Away

SO FAR AWAY… ..OR MAYBE NOT? are you wondering if this is a picture from Internet or.. well.. I assure you that’s not. this place is magical, almost mysterious, to observe in silence and get carried away by the sounds

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Ancient Temples, High Kings, Marauding Vikings and a Masacre

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Ancient Temples, High Kings, Marauding Vikings and a Massacre! You don’t only visit the sites in the Boyne valley each one has a story as interesting as the site itself. The passage tombs of Bru na Boinne and Loughcrew date

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