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Ireland

Ireland, a captivating country blessed with magnificent scenery and a multitude of things to see and do. Enjoy days exploring this wonderful country and evenings of music, song and dance. Ireland is renowned for its delightfully laid-back atmosphere and its genuinely warm hospitality. It is a distinctively Emerald Isle with spectacularly beautiful scenery, the people are warm and welcoming and there’s nowhere better for a pint of Guinness.

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Bagenalstown

Bagenalstown, also known as Muine Bheag, is located along the River Barrow in County Carlow, Ireland. Worthwhile attractions include the 14th-century Ballymoon Castle, 13th-century Ballyloughan Castle, Dunleckney Manor, the Herb Cottages at Kilgraney House, and Wells...

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Belfast

Belfast is both the capital of and largest city in Northern Ireland. Having undergone a wonderful transformation in recent years, the city is now a lively and vibrant cultural hub perfect for visiting. Wander around Belfast Castle, visit the Grand Opera House and Belfast...

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Belmond Grand Hibernian

Are you in search of the most memorable and scenic views in Ireland? You'll want to climb aboard the fabled Belmond Grand Hibernian. This luxury train, with its elegant carriages, traverses through the heart of the Emerald Isle. Experience Irish culture, cuisine, and...

Cork

Cork

Cork, the ‘Rebel City,’ straddles the River Lee in the southern Republic of Ireland. Fondly referred to as ‘the real capital of Ireland’ by its enthusiastic locals, the city boasts charming waterways, a youthful atmosphere and plenty of cozy pubs, 17th century...

Dublin

Dublin

Known locally as Baile Átha Cliath, meaning ‘town of the hurdled ford,’ Dublin is Ireland’s largest city and its capital, located at the mouth of the River Liffey. Famous for its history, its cultural heritage and its legendary nightlife, there’s a huge amount...

Dundalk

Located in Ireland’s Ancient East, Dundalk is halfway between Belfast and Dublin in County Louth. The best attraction? Roche Castle, which is perched up on a rocky outcrop. There are also other sights worth seeing such as medieval monuments, Neolithic stones, the...

Galway

Galway

Galway, known as Croi Culturtha na h’Eineann, or the Cultural Heart of Ireland, is a vibrant city located on the west coast of Ireland, on the River Corrib.  Wander around the picturesque city center, listen to some traditional Irish music in one of the pubs or...

Killarney

Killarney

Part of the beautiful Killarney National Park, Killarney is a town in County Kerry, located on the northeastern shore of Lough Leane. Owing to its location on the Ring of Kerry, this is a popular destination with visitors, who use the town to explore the surrounding...

Limerick

Limerick

A veritable showcase for Ireland’s breathtaking natural beauty, Limerick is an attractive city on the shores of the River Shannon. Featuring a spectacular Norman Castle from the 13th-century and a pretty Georgian center, there’s plenty of history to immerse yourself...

Waterford

Waterford

With a history dating back to the Viking raiders of the 10th-century, Waterford is the oldest city in all of Ireland. Famous for its crystal production, which you can witness at The House of Waterford Crystal, the city boasts some great museums, a pretty harbor and a...

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