Brains, beauty and banter. From famous writers to thrilling Viking history and top pubs, you can’t beat the Republic's capital
Hotfoot it from grand galleries and stylish boutiques to the Guinness Storehouse
Have a pint on the City of a Thousand Welcomes
The story of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula and Dubliner
Rosslare Watersports Centre in Rosslare Holiday Resort in County Wexford offers lessons in windsurfing, kayaking, and...
Built in about 1618 by Sir James Balfour, a Scottish planter.
Good music, Good food, good craic.
The Kilkenny Design Centre Restaurant is overlooking the cobbled courtyard of historic Kilkenny Castle, Inspired by...
The award winning Reynards Restaurant, located in The Errigal Country Hotel, Cootehill, County Cavan offers a superb...
Smyths Bar in Navan is a traditional Irish family run pub with music provided. Smyth's also serve food ensuring that...
Castel Education's delivers the highest International standard of language training in traditional classroom, online...
Established in 1853 on Dublin’s bustling O’Connell Street, Clerys was one of the first purpose-build department stores...
Prices starting at €959, pp sharing.
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