Category Archives: Irish Tourism

Ireland’s Ancient East

ireland's ancient east - days out in ireland

The Minister for Tourism, Transport and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, together with Minister of State, Michael Ring TD, today (Tuesday 1th April 2015 ) officially launched Ireland’s Ancient East, Fáilte Ireland’s latest tourism initiative which will build on the wealth of historical and cultural assets in the east and south of Ireland. Fáilte Ireland has spent the last year working

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Center Parcs Longford

center parcs longford

April 02, 2015 Center Parcs Longford will be the name of a new holiday village coming to the Irish market. Center Parcs – a leader in the UK family short break market, has announced plans to develop a holiday village at Newcastle Wood, five kilometres from Ballymahon, County Longford, and 21 kilometres from junction 9 (Athlone) of the M6 motorway

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Days out in Wicklow

days out in wicklow

Wicklow is situated immediately South of Dublin and is aptly named the ‘Garden Of Ireland’. Within an hours drive from Dublin, visitors can be trekking through beautiful countryside taking in forests, cliffs and wide open scenic landscapes. For family days out in Wicklow, the county has a multitude of activities, heritage and historic sites, golf, fishing, equestrian, shopping – the

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Days out in Carlow

days out in carlow

Days out in Carlow, situated just over 80km from Dublin with a haven of attractions providing excellent choices for families and groups. Located in the South East of Ireland, the county offers splendid countryside, set against the beautiful backdrop of the Blackstairs mountains that lie on the border of Co. Carlow and Co. Wexford. Carlow town enjoys a picturesque setting on

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Ireland’s Top 10 attractions

ireland's top 10 visitor attractions

Good news is always nice and it seems there’s more to go around after Fáilte Ireland (Ireland’s National Tourism Authority) published the 2013 guide to Ireland’s Top 10 attractions. The Guinness Storehouse once again takes the lead, ahead of Dublin Zoo, with both venues crossing the million visitors mark which is a phenomenal achievement. Visitors to the famous Guinness Storehouse

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