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Top 25 movie locations you must visit in Ireland

From Father Ted to Game of Thrones, here have a look to 25 TV locations to visit

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Top 25 movie locations you must visit in Ireland

From Father Ted to Game of Thrones, here have a look to 25 TV locations to visit

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The Wicklow Mountains – The Garden of Ireland

If you are looking for peace and quiet, Ireland has many places to offer you this pleasure. But, if you also want some breathtaking landscapes and wildlife, the Wicklow Mountains is the place to be!

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The Titanic II is Setting Sail in 2022

Same route, original ship, unique experience.

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A sequel for P.S. I Love You is coming soon

Good news everybody....

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A Galway Castle is the most popular Airbnb in Europe

Let’s sleep like a king for a little while!

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TripAdvisor reveals its top 10 Irish beaches for this year

Check out our blog on the top 10 Irish beaches for this year

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Travel site, Rough Guides, has revealed that Ireland is amongst top twenty most beautiful countries in the world

We are now top of the pile...

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The Ghosts of Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle is a beautiful castle with some interesting guests who like to appear from time to time.

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Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction

The Cliffs of Moher are a majestic, remnant of the last ice age and Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction, with over a million visitors annually. Perched on the Western most edge of Europe, the next landfall or parish, as they say here in Ireland is some 5000 miles across the Atlantic ocean in Boston or New York. A modern visitor centre The Atlantic Edge Experience, not only explains the geological background, flora and fauna, using interactive media, but also the local history, music and folklore of the area. It is an excellent addition, in that it keeps children of all ages informed, amused and entertained in what can be a disappointing experience should the cliffs be shrouded in mist, fog and rain, or as one visitor put it recently 'flying weather'.

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