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Tracing Your Irish Roots
The last three hundred years has witnessed extensive Irish immigration to all corners of the globe. Close to 80 million people who claim Irish roots or affiliation are connected in a vibrant community of shared cultural identity and heritage. This network of Irish descendants is an important part of Ireland’s ongoing tale. No wonder so many people journey to Ireland
Happy St Patrick's Day to You in Irish
The final countdown to St Patrick’s Day has begun! Wherever you are in the world, bring Ireland into your home and your heart this St Patrick’s Day. Here’s 5 FUN ways to celebrate St Patrick’s Day at home! In this blog:1. Go Green – dress to impress!2. Treat your taste buds to traditional Irish food and drinksIrish StewTraditional Irish Soda
5 must-see romantic movies set in Ireland
Fancy watching a romantic movie that is set in Ireland? These five movies will make you fall in love with Ireland, with the lush landscapes, the people, Irish music and the typical Irish sense of humor. Whether it’s Valentine’s Day, Christmas, St Patrick’s Day or just “Saturday night movie night”, it’s always a good time to watch a feel good
Dingle
Set off on a true adventure along 1,500 miles of coastal road on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. An unforgettable experience awaits along one of the wildest, most enchanting, and culturally rich routes in the world. The Wild Atlantic Way is a sensational journey of tiny roads reaching out into the ocean, dramatic cliffs, spectacular lighthouses, secluded beaches, epic bays, sheep-spotted
Wild Atlantic Way
There is this magical feeling to Ireland that all visitors should experience. The combination of Ireland’s beautiful scenery, powerful history and legends, and the intriguing culture and fascinating people, draws visitors from all over the world. Picture yourself strolling along secret beaches, visiting ancient castles and forts, exploring tranquil villages and watching the wild Atlantic Ocean from spectacular cliffs. Enjoy
Coomeenoole Beach, Dingle, Ireland
The Isle of Ireland, made up of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, is a popular tourist destination for many reasons. Visitors have flocked to Ireland for centuries to experience this enchanting, mythical and magical country. Anyone who has been there will say that the famous Irish warm welcome is the real deal. They will tell you that the