18 Jul 2017

The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s number one natural tourist attraction. Rising over 100 meters above the Atlantic Ocean – it is a must see sight. From the top of the cliffs visitors can see the Aran Islands, the Maumturks & Twelve Pins mountain. Receiving about one million visitors each…

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26 Jun 2017
viking splash tours

Dive into the history and culture of Dublin with the city’s famous Viking Tours! Embark on a 75-minute journey with a local tour guide and explore the waters and roads of this amazing city. Learn about the history of vikings in Dublin and see various attractions such as the Dublin Castle and…

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06 Oct 2014

1. Because when you camp at home, this isn’t your view. Dan Feidt / 500px.com 2. Because your passport doesn’t look like this yet. whiteoliphaunt.com 3. Because this is better than writing in Starbucks. Flickr / danka.peter 4. Because you’re still trying to figure out a way to get…

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25 Sep 2014

From bikes to boats…there are so many different ways to see Dublin. We’ve put together a short guide to some of the more alternative forms of transport. We guarantee a unique experience and lots of fun along the way! By Bike Dublin City boasts an excellent city bike scheme…

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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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25 Aug 2014

Besides emails and browsing the Internet here are a few extra things that a portable WiFi hotspot can offer you: Getting directions: you can use Google maps on your smartphone with your GPS on and get step by step directions to your hotel, a great pizzeria or a famous…

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