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Where to stay in Galway

Where to stay in Galway

Galway is often referred to as the cultural capital of Ireland and in fact, was named the European Capital of Culture for 2020. It’s a lively city, full of art, music, and festivals that draw visitors from all over the world. For such a vibrant city, Galway is relatively small, so no matter which of the hotels in Galway Ireland that you choose, you will find it easy to get around and see the sights. Using our guide to the best Galway Ireland hotels and neighborhoods, you will be able to easily decide where to stay in Galway Ireland. We will cover off all types of Galway accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Galway hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Galway, the best Galway hotels, best places in Galway to visit, the best places to stay in Galway, hotels near Galway attractions, Galway neighborhood guide and many…
Where to stay in Dublin

Where to stay in Dublin

Ireland is a “gateway” country to international travel for many travelers. Easy to access, affordable accommodations, and English is the official language. No trip to Ireland is complete without a visit to the capital city of Dublin. Many travelers visit Dublin for a few days before setting off to explore Ireland, however there are enough things to do in Dublin to fill a week or more. Dublin is most famous for the Guinness Storehouse, Temple Bar and Trinity College. Dublin only has half a million residents, and is relatively compact, so getting around is easy, no matter where you stay. Whether you have one night or one month, we’ve rounded up the best spots to stay in Dublin, and Dublin hotels for every budget and taste. We will cover off all types of Dublin accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Dublin hotels as well as how to decide where to stay…
DAY TRIPS FROM DUBLIN

Best Day Trips from Dublin

In a country as small as Ireland, it’s pretty easy to get around and see a lot of interesting and unique destinations. Most international flights arrive into Dublin airport, so it’s a convenient place to base yourself for an Ireland vacation. While Dublin itself has a lot to offer, you’ll want to get out and explore the countryside, too. Renting a vehicle will give you the most freedom to explore, but Irish Rail serves many of these towns, as well as group tours that will make all the arrangements for you. We’ve rounded up some of the best day trips from Dublin, to help you plan your Ireland vacation itinerary. Plan your trip to Ireland Need data for your trip to Ireland? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Want…
Ireland for All Ages

Ireland for All Ages

Ireland is a hugely popular vacation destination for travellers from all over the world. Rolling green hills, quaint villages, scenic drives, historic castles and friendly residents make this an ideal destination, especially for English speakers on their first time abroad! Regardless of your age, travel style, budget or travel experience, there is something for everyone in Ireland. Plan your trip to Ireland Need data for your trip to Ireland? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Want to learn how to travel on a Budget? Check out our dedicated “Budget Conscious Travel Guide” Read more on Ireland: 7 days in Ireland Itinerary Things to do in Ireland Top Of The Morning: Discover Ireland This Summer Where to stay in Galway 5 Places Every Foodie Must Visit in Dublin 48 hours…
5 Places Every Foodie Must Visit in Dublin. The city is going through a food revolution, from Michelin stars restaurants, to your new brunch site popping up, be prepared to have your taste buds blown. When it comes to food, Dublin is the place where you want to be.

5 Places Every Foodie Must Visit in Dublin

Food in Dublin used to be all about the fish and chips, Irish stew and maybe some Guinness however not anymore. There is an undying love for the classics and there is always time for a pint of “the black stuff”. However, the city is going through a food revolution, from Michelin stars restaurants, to your new brunch site popping up, be prepared to have your taste buds blown. When it comes to food, Dublin is the place where you want to be. Plan your trip to Ireland Need data for your trip to Ireland? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Want to learn how to travel on a Budget? Check out our dedicated “Budget Conscious Travel Guide” Read more on Ireland: Read more about Irish Food Top Of…
48 hours in Dublin - Dublin Castle

48 hours in Dublin, The Essentials & The Local Gems

Romantic trip? Weekend getaway with friends?  Let me show you help you get essential sights in as well as some local favourites! Getting around Dublin is so easy and cheap, most things are walkable. From the you even have the option of using public transport into the city, making it a cheap transfer. Read more on Ireland: Top Of The Morning: Discover Ireland This Summer Ireland for All Ages Where to stay in Galway 5 Places Every Foodie Must Visit in Dublin Best Day Trips from Dublin Where to stay in Dublin Friday 04:00 pm  We start off at the Dublin Spire. This monumental 120 meters steel structure decorating the city sky, is a typical dubliners meeting spot,  as it is visible from every direction in the centre. Next to the Spire, on North Earl Street, is the James Joyce statue. A life sized tribute from the city to the…
Dublin

Top 10 DART Trips in Dublin

Travelling by DART or the Dublin Area Rapid Transit is a great way to see greater Dublin. Explore the villages and suburbs that make up the character of Ireland’s capital city on a cheap and scenic train journey. If you’re visiting Dublin for a few days, buy an adult day ticket from €11.10 or a family ticket from €19.65 and you can decide which of the 31 stops which cover its 53 kilometres of cityscape and coastline you’re going to hop on and hop off at. Plan your trip to Ireland Need data for your trip to Ireland? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING on check out. Want to learn how to travel on a Budget? Check out our dedicated “Budget Conscious Travel Guide” Read more on Ireland: Top Of The Morning:…
Top Of The Morning: Discover Ireland This Summer

Top Of The Morning: Discover Ireland This Summer

The Emerald Isle. It’s an island that couldn’t be more picturesque. Rolling countryside, pretty villages, and cold, smooth Guinness. The Irish are an obsession across the planet. St Patrick’s Day sees rivers in Boston turn green, parades take over many city centres, and everyone, Irish or not, toasting the occasion. So with such love for the country, why not visit? Of course no visit is complete without a trip to the capital, Dublin. So that’s the perfect place to start. Read more on Ireland: Ireland for All Ages Where to stay in Galway 5 Places Every Foodie Must Visit in Dublin 48 hours in Dublin –  The Essentials & The Local Gems Best Day Trips from Dublin Where to stay in Dublin Famed for its literary history, Dublin has a wealth of interesting sights, not least the Trinity College Library which is home to the Book of Kells. The likes of…