05 Jul 2016

Irelands top 4 Castles Ireland is a country which is draped in history. It is hard to go far without seeing a landmark or piece of historical evidence. During medieval times Ireland many castles where built and then occupied by various rulers and important people across the land. Today…

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22 Jun 2016

Ireland is a beautiful and wonderful little Island. Filled with such interesting and scenic locations whether you are here visiting for business or pleasure you should not miss out. Summer in Ireland can be unpredictable at the best of times. However we have picked out some of the best…

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14 Apr 2016

Dublin is a small, vibrant, multicultural and fun city to visit. Also here you will find the most friendliest people, so we are really easy to mingle with! Whether is your first time visiting us or you’ve been here before, Dublin has so many things to offer. In this blog we…

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19 Sep 2014

What’s great about it!   The Burren, in North County Clare and parts of South County Galway covering an area of 160 square km, is unique – it is like no other place in Ireland. There are no bogs and very few pastures. Instead there are huge pavements of…

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01 Sep 2014

In ancient times, Ireland’s dramatic western seacoast was thought to be the edge of the world. Now a 1,500-mile touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way, hugs this same terrain, connecting more than 150 “discovery points” worth exploring, from MalinHead in the north to Mizen Head in the south. Here are some of the most stunning spots…

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29 Aug 2014

Depending on who you are, where you’re coming from, and why you like coming here, there are endless reasons to love Dublin. Of course, you have to start somewhere, so over the past few months, we came up with a list of 25 that should serve as a good…

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