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Where to stay in Dublin

Where to stay in Dublin

Ireland is a “gateway” country to international travel for many travellers. It’s easy to access, there are affordable places to stay in Dublin, and English is the official language. And no trip to Ireland is complete without a visit to the capital city of Dublin. Many visitors find it cheaper and easy to fly into Dublin anyway, so even if you’re travelling elsewhere in Iceland, it’s well worth sticking around for a few days. But there are enough things to do in Dublin to fill a week or more. Dublin only has half a million residents but it manages to…
Where to stay in Killarney

Where to stay in Killarney

Killarney is a major stop for anyone embarking on a road trip through southern Ireland. With a strategic location at the crossroads of several major roads, as well as on the doorstep of Killarney National Park, it’s a great place to stop and spend a few days. Whether you stay for a night or a week, our guide to places to stay in Killarney Ireland can help you answer the question “Where should I stay in Killarney?” With a wide range of Killarney hotels for every budget and travel style, you’ll have your hotel reservations in no time.  We will…
Where to stay in Cork

Where to stay in Cork

Whether you are coming to Cork to experience the exploding foodie scene, or just passing through County Cork Ireland to kiss the Blarney Stone, it’s worth staying a few days to properly explore all of the great things to do in Cork. From special events like the annual jazz fest to everyday attractions, Ireland’s second-largest city is a great place for tourists. Using our guide to the best places to stay in Cork Ireland, we can help you choose the best location and accommodation for you, whether you are seeking a budget-friendly hostel or more unique places to stay in…
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. 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 County 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…
Ultimate Travel Guide to Cork

Ultimate Travel Guide to Cork

Found in the south-west of Ireland, Cork is the country’s second city, and a city that’s fast becoming a tourist destination to rival the capital, Dublin. In fact, Cork is often seen as the cultural and culinary heart of Ireland, because this is a city that’s steeped in history and overflowing with excellent food and drink. The city can trace its origins back hundreds of years, and over the centuries it’s grown from being a small settlement founded by monks, into one of Ireland’s most happening places. While there is much to discover in Cork itself, from the delights of…
18 Things to do in Killarney - That People Actually Do!

18 Things to do in Killarney – That People Actually Do!

Killarney is a small town in County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland. Its prominent location along the Ring of Kerry and stunning natural landscapes make it a top travel destination for lovers of nature. Although Killarney only has a population of about 15,000 people, the town has a fascinating past to learn about. Religious settlements in the area played a strong role in early Irish history, and the town was significantly involved during the Irish War of Independence.  Only an hour and a half from Cork, you should not miss stopping into Killarney to be swept away by its…
18 Things to do in Cork - That People Actually Do!

18 Things to do in Cork – That People Actually Do!

Cork is the second-largest city in the Republic of Ireland, located in the southwest of the country. Two and a half hours from Dublin by train, Cork is an underrated destination for a casual weekend getaway. Although it is a relatively small city, there are always fun events and festivals that keep things lively and interesting for locals and tourists alike. Not to mention, Cork is full of charming architecture, beautiful scenery, and superb eateries.  Wondering what attractions and activities there are in this quaint city? Keep reading to discover 18 entertaining things to do in Cork, Ireland. Plan your…
17 Things to do in Galway - That people Actually Do!

17 Things to do in Galway – That people Actually Do!

Galway is a vibrant and colourful harbour city in the west of Ireland. With a population of only 80,000, its small size works in its favour, as the city is very walkable and welcoming.  You will quickly realise that there is no need to rush around from A to B in Galway, as the lifestyle here is all about sipping a locally brewed pint, admiring the scenic views across the bay, and digging in to some delicious fresh seafood. That being said, there are plenty of interesting historical attractions and cultural events to keep you occupied. The vibe in Galway…
Blarney Castle, Kilkenny & Irish Whisky - A 3 day tour with Rabbies

Blarney Castle, Kilkenny & Irish Whisky – A 3 day tour with Rabbies  

I found myself in Ireland and decided to take a 3 day tour with Rabbies as I thoroughly enjoyed a day trip I did with them last December. I wanted to be able to see as much of Ireland as much as I could in 3 days. I’ll share some of my experiences and what we did on the tour so that you know what to expect. You can of course drive this route on your own however you won’t learn the history of places or fun facts as you drive through. The guides are locals and know their towns…
Best Day Trips from Galway

Best Day Trips from Galway

Home to the beautiful Salthill Promenade, vibrant Latin Quarter and visually outstanding Eyre Square, Galway is a fun city that gives you attractions and interesting sites to explore. The many cultural and historical museums in the city, as well as the atmospheric Kirwan’s Lane, attract tourists and locals alike. But when you are done exploring the city and might be longing for a getaway, Galway is a great hub for day trips! Have a browse through our recommendations for the best day tours from Galway!  Plan your trip to Ireland Avoid hidden fees in the exchange rate while withdrawing from…