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Packing for Ireland
What to pack when travelling to Ireland? What not to bring? And how do you deal with those pesky luggage restrictions?

Cork City Sights and Attractions
Some of the attractions and sights of Cork City in the spotlight.

Spooky and Paranormal Ireland
The dark, mysterious side of the Emerald Isle - spooky and supernatural Ireland explored.

Howth - at the Northern End of Dublin Bay
The quaint seaside town (or maybe village) of Howth certainly packs a punch, with lighthouses, long piers, fish (and seals) galore, a Viking church, a castle ... just go and explore.

County Down
Information on visiting and enjoying County Down in the Province of Ulster.

Irish Rock and Pop Music
Ireland is not only famous for its traditional and folk music - Irish artists have also played a major role in rock and pop.

Irish Trad and Folk Music
Irish traditional and folk music is famed the world over - where better to experience than in Ireland?

Languages of Ireland
As a tourist you'll be totally okay with just Englisch in Ireland. But if you want to stay longer or have a broader experience, you might wish to dip into Irish or Ulster-Scots. Though both languages are spoken, the number of active users is small.

Fungi is Dingle's Dolphin - Not a "Wild Animal"
Dingle Bay is home to Fungi, a solitary dolphin known for interacting with humans. Unfortunately the dolphin's behaviour is not natural.

The National Transport Museum in Howth
Without doubt this varied collection of cars, trucks, vans, trams, ambulances, fire engines and military vehicles is well worth a visit. Some exhibits are rare, others are unique. But the actual layout of the museum makes enjoyment difficult.

Dublin's National Leprechaun Museum
The National Leprechaun Museum in Dublin is a “love it or leave it” kind of attraction- attempting to present Irish folklore with a modern twist.

Belfast City Accommodation
Where to stay the night in Belfast City.

Cork City Accommodation
Where to stay the night in Cork City.

Dublin's Attractions - Other Places of Interest in Dublin
Dublin is not just museums and Guinness - a large number of other attractions await the visitor, from the world's tallest monument to Siberian tigers!

Galway City Accommodation
Where to stay the night in Galway City.

Shopping in Dublin - Where to Go for Retail Therapy in Dublin
Dublin is a shopper's paradise - if you know where to go and if you are prepared to compare prices.

Stay in Dublin - Hotels and Other Accommodation
Reviews of hotels, guesthouses and other accommodation available in the Dublin area. Where to stay, what to expect and related advice.

Dublin Accommodation - Budget Travel
Dublin accommodation for the budget traveller - keen prices, but not always the quietest places.

Dublin Accommodation - Tried and Tested
Some hotels and guesthouses I stayed in when overnighting in Dublin.

More Dublin Accommodation
Accommodation in Dublin you may want to consider.

Enniskillen
Information on and places to visist in the town of Enniskillen.

Marriages and Honeymoons in Ireland
Getting hitched? Planning a wedding in Ireland or an Irish honeymoon? Find information on the legal process and the best places to go ...

National Parks of Ireland
The National Parks of Ireland listed and their attractions explained - make them part of your Irish vacation.

Zoos and Wildlife Parks of Ireland
Zoos and wildlife parks of Ireland - listed and their attractions explained, make them part of your Irish vacation.

How to Travel Alone in Ireland - Tips for Women
For women travelling alone, Ireland is fairly safe. But this does not change the fact that female visitors to Ireland should exercise some caution.

The Nine Counties in the Province of Ulster
Ulster - a short survey of Ireland's northern province, which contains all Northern Ireland and three counties of the Republic to boot.

Ireland in Decline - the RBS 6 Nations 2016
Preview of and running commentary on rugby's greatest championship, the RBS 6 Nations 2016, of which three games will be played in Dublin.

The History of Saint Patrick's Day Parades
Parades on Saint Patrick's day are not originally Irish - they have an American origin. And far from being a Catholic thing, they were WASP culture.

Opening Times in Ireland - an Overview
Shopping or visiting an attraction in Ireland? When can you expect the doors to be open? Here are some guidelines regarding Irish opening hours.

Roscommon Castle - a Norman Fortress of Some Size
Roscommon Castle is surprisingly hidden away, but find your way there from Roscommon Town and you'll find a lot to explore.

In What Year Did Ireland Become a Republic?
The Republic of Ireland Act only came into force in 1949 - despite earlier efforts to declare an Irish Republic. Find out more.

The Parting Glass - the Lyrics and the History
The Parting Glass - a song of farewell and hope, and very popular indeed, due to a wide number of reasons that include the Walking Dead.

Tipping in Ireland - a Guide for Visitors
Tipping in Ireland is like an arcane art - mere mortals are fumbling along at the till, or when the bill arrives. Who do you tip, and how much?

Saint Patrick's Cathedral, a Dublin Landmark
One of Dublin's three cathedrals (and the largest church in Ireland), St. Patrick's is actually the National Cathedral ... but lacking a bishop.

The Hill of Slane - County Meath
Visiting Saint Patrick's chosen place for a fiery showdown with Irish Pagan rituals and the High King of Tara.

Ireland's Patron Saint Patrick - The Historical Facts
What do we actually know about Saint Patrick? Not a lot - Ireland's patron saint remains a historical enigma.

Saint Patrick's Day Traditions in the Old Days
Traditional Irish celebrations on Saint Patrick's Day were not the big carnival they are today, but far more low key. Though they involved drink.

Traces of Saint Patrick - a Tour Through Ireland
Saint Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland - this claim is false, but a driving tour in his footsteps makes an interesting itinerary.

Saint Patrick's Day in Dublin - Travel Hints and Tips
Saint Patrick's Day in Dublin - every year on March 17th Dublin celebrates Saint Patrick's Day. With the parade through the city being the unmissable highlight. Here are some helpful hints for visitors to make the most of this parade.

Two Patricks, Both Saints - a Mystery in Irish Christian History
Was there only one Saint Patrick? Or were there two? And just how does Palladius fit in?

Saint Patrick - Myths and Misconceptions
Sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Saint Patrick and the Snakes - Myths and Misconceptions
Saint Patrick and the Snakes - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Saint Patrick's Birthday - Myths and Misconceptions
Saint Patrick's Birthday - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick the Irishman - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick the Irishman - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick the Brit - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick the Brit - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick the Canonized Saint - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick the Canonized Saint - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick the Missionary - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick the Missionary - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick Brought Christianity - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick Brought Christianity - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick Worked All Over Ireland - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick Worked All Over Ireland - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Saint Patrick, Undisputed Champion - Myths and Misconceptions
Saint Patrick, Undisputed Champion - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Patrick's Stand-Off with the High King - Myths and Misconceptions
Patrick's Stand-Off with the High King - sorting the chaff from the wheat in our knowledge about Ireland's patron, Saint Patrick.

Museums and Attractions - the Saint Patrick 101
Saint Patrick 101 - Museums and Attractions You Might Like.

Saint Patrick 101
Saint Patrick 101 - What You Need to Know About Ireland's Saint Number One!

Background Information - the Saint Patrick 101
Saint Patrick 101 - the Traditions of Saint Patrick and His Feast Day.

Celebrations and Parades - the Saint Patrick 101
Saint Patrick 101 - All About the Parades and Celebrations.

Touring the Emerald Isle - the Saint Patrick 101
Saint Patrick 101 - Touring Ireland in His Footsteps.

The National Day of Ireland? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
Not a National Day - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

An Irish Invention? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
Irish as Irish can be - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

Things You May Have Wrong About Saint Patrick's Day
Telling it like it is - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day, in Ireland and abroad.

The Birthday of the Man? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
Not a birthday - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

Catholics Only? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
Not a Catholic thing alone - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

A Non-Religious Feast? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
The importance (or lack thereof) of religion - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

You Should Really Abstain? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
No alcohol, no sinning - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

Parades Worldwide? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
Worldwide parades - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

Always on March 17th? The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day.
Fixed date, March 17th - the truth about Saint Patrick's Day.

Seeing Dublin Views From the Best Places
Dublin's best lookouts, places where you can spot the Irish capital from a different angle, are not always easy to get to. But definitely worth going.

Counties in the Province of Leinster
Leinster - a short survey of Ireland's eastern province, from Louth in the North to Wexford in the South, from Longford to (not quite) Dublin.

Is Thanksgiving celebrated in Ireland? Yes, and No ...
Thanksgiving as a holiday in Ireland? Yes and no - depending on your definition ... but turkeys need not be

Size, Length and Weight Conversions for Ireland
Shoppers beware - in Ireland, size really is important! Because Irish clothing and shoe sizes can be different from what you are used to at home.

Vaccines Needed for Travel to Ireland
The low-down on travel vaccinations needed if you want to go to Ireland. Most are routine, with you doctor being the best point of contact for advice.

Public Transport in Ireland -Irish Travel Without Car
The best way to travel around Ireland is by car - no contest. But what if a visitor does not want or simply cannot use a car? There are alternatives available ...

Contraception in Ireland - Pill and Condom
Did you really not know that contraceptives are widely available in Ireland? Times have changed, for the better.

Some Driving Hints
Some driving hints for a tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Glendalough
Glendalough - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

A Tour of the Wicklow Mountains - Arklow to Pollaphuca
How about a drive through the Wicklow Mountains? There are many ways to take, here is one suggestion that takes in the Vale of Avoca, some stately homes, the Wicklow Gap, the massive reservoir near Blessington and, of course, Glendalough.

From Arklow to Avoca
From Arklow to Avoca - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

To the Meeting of the Waters
To the Meeting of the Waters - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Oh, Have You Been to Avondale?
Oh, Have You Been to Avondale? - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Through the Wicklow Gap
Through the Wicklow Gap - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Russborough House and Blessington
Russborough House and Blessington - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Taking the Lake Drive
Taking the Lake Drive - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Back on the N81 to Dublin?
Back on the N81 to Dublin? - continuing our tour of the Wicklow Mountains.

Dublin Tour Hop-on Hop-off - Seeing the Best
A definitely brilliant idea if you are in Ireland's capital for the first time and want to take in Dublin's most important attractions at a leisurely pace. The whole tour would take just less the one and a half hours (depending on traffic).

Planning a Vacation in Ireland - Basic Information
Planning a vacation in Ireland doesn't have to be hard - just follow some basic advice in our list of resources on Ireland and the Irish.

Ireland - Planning a Vacation in Ireland - Getting There and Getting Around
Planning a vacation in Ireland doesn't have to be hard - just follow some basic advice in our list of resources on Ireland and the Irish.

Ireland - Planning a Vacation in Ireland - Staying Overnight in Ireland
Planning a vacation in Ireland doesn't have to be hard - just follow some basic advice in our list of resources on Ireland and the Irish.

Ireland - Planning a Vacation in Ireland - Eating and Drinking in Ireland
Planning a vacation in Ireland doesn't have to be hard - just follow some basic advice in our list of resources on Ireland and the Irish.

How to Plan and Prepare for a Vacation in Ireland
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Ireland - Planning a Vacation in Ireland - Practical Advice for Ireland
Planning a vacation in Ireland doesn't have to be hard - just follow some basic advice in our list of resources on Ireland and the Irish.

The Irish Samhain Tradition - Halloween in Ireland
Samhain, the

The Burren in Clare - Only Bleak and Bare?
A bleak, scarred limestone plateau - the Burren just south of Galway Bay is one of Ireland's most fascinating sights.

Courtyard by Marriott - Galway City Hotels
The Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Galway City - description of its location and what to expect.

Divis Tower and Area - A Walk Through West Belfast
Divis Tower and Area - A Walk Through West Belfast

West Belfast - A Walk Through Troubled History
Walking the troublespots of West Belfast sounds like a plan. So does jogging in a minefield. But Belfast has changed ... so walk the walk.

Belfast City Hall - A Walk Through West Belfast
Belfast City Hall - A Walk Through West Belfast

Saint Peter's Cathedral - A Walk Through West Belfast
Saint Peter's Cathedral - A Walk Through West Belfast

Nationalist Heartland - A Walk Through West Belfast
Nationalist Heartland - A Walk Through West Belfast

Crossing the Divide - A Walk Through West Belfast
Crossing the Divide - A Walk Through West Belfast

Unionist Heartland - A Walk Through West Belfast
Unionist Heartland - A Walk Through West Belfast

Finishing Your Walk Through West Belfast
Finishing Your Walk Through West Belfast

Knock Shrine - One of Europe's Major Marian Shrines
Knock Shrine, one of Europe's major Marian Shrines, can be found in County Mayo. And attracts thousands of visitors - religious as well as curious.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel - the Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church
The Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church in Dublin is home to the relics of Saint Valentine - but worth a visit not only on February 14th.

A Visit to Howth Peninsula
Exploring Howth - from the harbour to the castle, from the nose to the summit, with some lighthouses and seals thrown in.

Ireland's Most Historic Lighthouse - Howth Harbour
Howth Harbour Lighthouse - enjoy a bracing walk, see a historic site.

All You Need to Know About the Howth Peninsula
Howth is slightly off the beaten track for visitors to Dublin - but an excellent connection via DART makes the seaside village accessible for anyone.

Walking the Howth Cliff Path Loop
The Howth Cliff Path Loop - two or so hours of cliffwalking in quite safe and not too strenuous fashion.

Ormond Castle - a Fine Tudor Manor in County Tipperary
Ormond Castle in Carrick-on-Suir is the only non-fortified Tudor manor house still in existence in Ireland - partially renovated after centuries of neglect and well worth a visit.

McDaid's - Dublin's Literary Pubs
McDaid's - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Stag's Head - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Stag's Head - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

Toner's - Dublin's Literary Pubs
Toner's - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

Dublin's Literary Pubs
Dublin pubs that are famous for a connection to Irish literature and writers, from Behan to Yeats.

John Mulligan's - Dublin's Literary Pubs
John Mulligan's - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

O'Neill's - Dublin's Literary Pubs
O'Neill's - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Oval - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Oval - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Palace Bar - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Palace Bar - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Bailey - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Bailey - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Bleeding Horse - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Bleeding Horse - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Brazen Head - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Brazen Head - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

Davy Byrne's - Dublin's Literary Pubs
Davy Byrne's - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

Doheny & Nesbitt - Dublin's Literary Pubs
Doheny & Nesbitt - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Duke - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Duke - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

The Flowing Tide - Dublin's Literary Pubs
The Flowing Tide - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

Grogan's Castle Lounge - Dublin's Literary Pubs
Grogan's Castle Lounge - one of Dublin's pubs with literary connections.

Howth Castle - A Hidden Gem in County Dublin
Howth Castle ... slightly hidden away and not open to the general public, despite its ancient

Not Quite Howth's Highest Point - the Summit
Howth Summit - not the highest point of Howth, but worth visiting for the view alone.

Ash Wednesday - Still Observed by Many Irish
Ash Wednesday - a religious feast still very obvious in Ireland and marking the beginning of Lent.

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The Best Irish Festivals in 2016
Festivals and major events taking place in Ireland during 2016. Pick your own favourites from this comprehensive, month-by-month list.

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The German Clockwinder - Some Extramarital Excitement!
The German Clockwinder - are the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song suggestive of another, not really innocent, pastime? You bet they are ...

Interior shot of the Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church
Saint Valentine in Dublin - an image gallery from Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church. Page 3.

Saint Valentine in Dublin - get your fill of Holy Water.
Saint Valentine in Dublin - an image gallery from Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church. Page 5.

Saint Valentine in Dublin - shrine at the Whitefriar Street Church
Saint Valentine in Dublin - an image gallery from Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church. Page 2.

Saint Valentine in Dublin - the face of a saint.
Saint Valentine in Dublin - an image gallery from Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church. Page 4.

Saint Valentine in Dublin - entrance to the Whitefriar Street Church
Saint Valentine in Dublin - an image gallery from Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church.

Saint Valentine in Dublin - at Whitefriar Street Church
Saint Valentine in Dublin - an image gallery from Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church.

Carrickfergus - the Lyrics of this Irish Folk Song
Carrickfergus - the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song might not actually have anything to do with the County Antrim town at all.

Kilmainham Gaol, a Short Visitor's Guide
Kilmainham Gaol - a place of suffering and despair in Dublin, now a tourist attraction. Mainly because of the strong 1916 Easter Rising connections.

Mary from Dungloe - Tragic Love Leads to Emigration
Mary from Dungloe - the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song tell us about doomed love, and emigration. Once more.

The 7 Best Places to Kiss in Dublin
Looking for the best places to kiss in Dublin, from the peck on the cheek to the full smacker? Here's the sites you should consider for de auld shift!

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The Year in Ireland Ireland - Month by Month
The year in Ireland - an evergreen list of holidays, events, and notable dates, from January to December.

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Holidays on the Inland Waterways of Ireland
Ireland's inland waterways as a vacation destination - cruising on Shannon and Erne under your own steam, exploring Irish landscapes the slow way.

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"The Rising of the Moon", a Song About 1798 in Ireland
The Rising Of The Moon - the lyrics of the popular Irish song, intentioned to incite Ireland into rebellion during the 19th century/

The Mountains Of Mourne - the Lyrics and Background
The Mountains Of Mourne - the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song about County Down were apparently inspired by a view from Dublin.

The Rose Of Tralee - What's in a Song?
The Rose Of Tralee - the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song about a Mary from County Kerry, who just might have been real.

Inis Rath - the Hare Krishna Island in Lough Erne
Inis Rath, the Hare Krishna Island, is a nature reserve, a retreat, a temple, and above all a very welcoming place to humans of all religions.

The Attractions of County Antrim
County Antrim in Northern Ireland - what you need to know, and where you should go.

Irish Grocery Prices - How Much to Pay in Ireland
Irish grocery - they are of interest when you need to buy some basics on the run. Here's a list of basics and their cost, plus some shopping advice.

Common Irish Phrases and Words You Might Need
Irish phrases, words, and colloquialisms you may not need, but that would maybe make you alittle bit more comfortable when visiting Ireland.

Fáilte - Irish Words You Should Know
Filte - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Craic Agus Ceol - Irish Words You Should Know
Craic Agus Ceol - Irish words should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Irish Words You Should Know
Which Irish words should you really know when travelling to Ireland? There are a few ... and some may be saving you from embarrassment.

Fir - Irish Words You Should Know
Fir - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Slán - Irish Words You Should Know
Sln - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Áth Cliath - Irish Words You Should Know
th Cliath - Irish words should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

An Lár - Irish Words You Should Know
An Lr - Irish words should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Seirbhís - Irish Words You Should Know
Seirbhs - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Garda - Irish Words You Should Know
Garda - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Sláinte - Irish Words You Should Know
Slinte - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Mná - Irish Words You Should Know
Mn - an Irish word should you really know when travelling to Ireland.

Shrove or Pancake Tuesday
Pancake Tuesday - why Shrove Tuesday in Ireland is celebrated with loads of pancakes (and a visit to the pub).

County Waterford - Facts and Attractions
County Waterford - what you need to know, and where you should go, all in one handy article.

Dublin's Chinese New Year Festival 2016
Highlights of the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival 2016 - saying good-bye to the Goat, welcoming the Monkey. And at a new venue too ...

A Quick Guide to the Arts in Ireland 2016
Art events in Ireland during 2015 - from theatre and exhibitions, including a remembrance of the Somme, da Vinci, Mozart, and dancing Billy Elliot.

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Ireland in 2016 - Reasons Why You Should be Here
2016 in Ireland is not all about the Easter Rising centenary ... here are six good reasons why you should be here, this year.

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The Six Best Months in Which to Vist Ireland
What is the best time to visit Ireland? Easy - because at least six months hold the promise of an enjoyable Irish vacation.

Visiting the Mandarin Buffet in Enniskillen
The Mandarin Buffet Chinese Restaurant in Enniskillen lets you eat until you had enough ... with good quality food and tempting desserts.

Full Text of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic
Full text of the 1916 declaration of the Irish Republic, as read out by Patrick Pearse during the Easter Rising.

Using Google Maps in Ireland on a Vacation?
Google Maps - not just free satellite images of famous Irish places, but a great tool to plan travels in Ireland.

Famous Movie Locations in Ireland
Ireland has a long tradition of film production. Many major movies were filmed here, find the places where this happened ...

Bantry, Bantry Bay, and Glengariff on Cork's Coastline
Bantry Bay has been a popular vacation destination since Victorian times - today Bantry, Bantry House, Glengarriff and Garnish Island still attract.

William Butler Yeats - A Short Biographical Sketch
Who was William Butler Yeats? Read a short biographical sketch of Ireland's national poet, and first Nobel Prize laureate.

An Introduction to Dublin City
Introducing Dublin - once a Viking trading colony, now a vibrant and modern city, with a sense of tradition. And the capital of Ireland, of course.

A Brief History of the High Crosses of Ireland
Ireland's famous High Crosses - what defines them, how to identify them, and why you should look out for them.

Dublin's Best Pubs - A List
Dublin is full of pubs and picking the best is down to taste and expectations. But here is a list of lists - of Dublin pubs that are worth a visit.

Money in Ireland - Cash or Plastic?
Paying in Ireland - cash is king, credit cards are also handy if you have a PIN. Find out more about the Irish currencies and payment methods.

How to Travel in Ireland on a Budget
The Irish have become used to high prices for everything - so is low-budget travel in Ireland still possible? Yes, it is ... but you need to be canny.

Saint Valentine, an Irish Saint by Adoption
Saint Valentine, patron saint of lovers, is an Irish saint by adoption (and since 1836). His remains can be venerated in Dublin.

Which Irish Phone Numbers to Call in an Emergency
A comprehensive list of emergency telephone numbers for travellers in Ireland, including police, medical services, and fire.

Ireland's Provinces
A short introduction to all of Ireland's five provinces ... and you thought there were only four?

Connacht - Ireland's Provinces
Connacht, the North-West, is the smallest province of Ireland.

Leinster - Ireland's Provinces
Leinster, basically the East of Ireland, is the largest province with one third of all 32 counties in it.

Munster - Ireland's Provinces
Munster, the South-West, is often considered one of Ireland's most desirable beauty spots, with Cork and Kerry topping the league.

Ulster - Ireland's Provinces
Ulster consists of nine counties - six of which form Northern Ireland, three being part of the Republic of Ireland

Northern Ireland - Not One of Ireland's Provinces
Equating Northern Ireland with Ulster is plain wrong ... at least 33.3% wrong, to be precise.

An Mhi - Ireland's Ancient Fifth Province
The Fifth Province of Ireland was simply called

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Christmas Food Fair at Sheridans Cheesemongers
Sheridans Cheesemongers Christmas Food Fair - much more than cheese, wine, and delicacies ...

The Best Irish Christmas Market ... is Where?
Choosing between Ireland's Christmas Markets ... it might actually be quite easy, after all.

Belfast Christmas Market - Maybe Ireland's Best
Belfast Christmas Market - even Scrooge would love it!

Dublin Christmas Market - Needs to Further Improve
Dublin Christmas Market - can be further improved.

Galway Christmas Market - shades of Oktoberfest?
Galway Christmas Market - Oktoberfest Reloaded?

Lidl's Christmas Market - Travelling Through the Land
Lidl's Christmas Market - PR Well Done!

Twelve Days of Christmas in Ireland
The twelve days of Christmas - what happens during this festive period in Ireland?

Travelling as a Muslim to Ireland
Muslim and travelling to Ireland? Here are some hints to help you on your way ...

The Passage Graves at Bru na Boinne in County Meath
Br na Boinne is a landscape containing the famous passage tombs of Dowth, Knowth and Newgrange -

Saint Nicholas - an Irish Saint? Maybe, but Forgotten ...
Saint Nicholas - the Greek-Turkish bishop and saint may just be buried in Irish soil ... but is not really celebrated in Ireland.

Liffey River Cruises with Dublin Discovered
Dublin Discovered offers cruises on the Liffey - with some drawbacks, especially at low tide.

Cruising with the MV Kestrel on Lough Erne
An Erne Cruise on the MV Kestrel is a perfect way to enjoy Ireland's inland waterways. Leaving from Enniskillen, you'll also see Devenish Island.

Drogheda – a Short Introduction
Drogheda is known as the home of Ireland's youngest saint - St. Oliver Plunkett's head is on display here. But there is more to this old Irish port.

The Best of Ireland by Region
Explore this round-up of the top places to see and things to do in the different counties of Ireland. Pick up key travel tips for the Emerald Isle.

Learn More About Saint Brigid - Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day
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Give Animals a Share in Saint Brigid's Name - Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day
Animal charity - how to celebrate Saint Brigid's Day in the traditional, Irish fashion.

Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day, the Irish Way
How to celebrate Saint Brigid's Day in the traditional, Irish fashion - from family food to farm animals.

Serve Saint Brigid's Day Food - Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day
Food fit for the most important female saint of Ireland - how to celebrate Saint Brigid's Day in the traditional, Irish fashion.

Arrange Saint Brigid's Day Family Activities - Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day
Family activities around saint and goddess - how to celebrate Saint Brigid's Day in the traditional, Irish fashion.

Make a Saint Brigid's Cross - Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day
Fashioning and hanging a seasonal Saint Brigid's Cross - how to celebrate Saint Brigid's Day in the traditional, Irish fashion.

Raise a Glass to Saint Brigid's Health - Celebrating Saint Brigid's Day
Having a gargle - how to celebrate Saint Brigid's Day in the traditional, Irish fashion.

The Irish National Heritage Park - Worth Visiting?
The Irish National Heritage Park presents a few thousand years of Irish history in authentic, life-size reconstructions of dwellings and monuments.

The Burren National Park - Ireland's "Moonscape"
Burren National Park - the weirdest of the National Parks of Ireland, located on a bleak and bare

Northern Ireland in a Week - a Tour Itinerary
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Touring Northern Ireland in a Week
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Touring Northern Ireland in a Week
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Touring Northern Ireland in a Week
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Touring Northern Ireland in a Week
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Touring Northern Ireland in a Week
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Touring Northern Ireland in a Week
Why not explore Northern Ireland for a change? Seven days are enough to get there, to see a representative selection of attractions and landscapes and to still have time to relax and enjoy.

Eirtakon - Dublin's Anime Event
All you need to know about the Eirtakon, one of the premier anime and pop culture events in Dublin - colourful, and friendly.

From New Talent to Cosplay - MCM Ireland Comic Con
All you need to know about the MCM Ireland Comic Con, one of the premier pop culture events in Dublin, and well worth a visit.

Dublin's Sweetest Spot - Butlers Chocolate Experience
Have a sweet tooth? Then why not indulge it at Dublin's Butlers Chocolate Experience, where you can become a chocolatier for a day.

How to Master Bus Transport in Dublin
Taking a bus in Dublin ... it generally is a great experience to explore Dublin by bus and the system operated is fairly easy to master. But it does have its pitfalls.

Maids When You're Young - the Lyrics and the Scandal
Maids When You're Young - the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song, and the minor scandal it caused in 1967.

Seven Drunken Nights - Lyrics and Background Info
Seven Drunken Nights - is this popular folk song.really Irish? Well, ever since The Dubliners, it is regarded as such ...

Dublin's Epicurean Food Hall - an Eclectic Mix
The Epicurean Food Hall is the Dublin place to go if you are looking for a central location where every palate finds satisfaction at a moderate price.

Dublin's Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
The Stephen's Green Shopping Centre was the first modern shopping mall constructed in Ireland. It still convinces.

Ireland's Province of Connacht - What You Need to Know
Connacht - basically the West of Ireland, with the counties of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo. A rewarding destination for the visitor.

Connacht - the Counties of the Irish West
Connacht - find out more about the counties in the West of Ireland: Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo. Page 2.

The Best Attractions of Connacht
Connacht - what to see in the West Irish counties of Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo. Page 3.

Munster - the Counties of the Irish South-West
Munster - the six counties of Ireland's South-West. Page 2.

The Best Attractions in Munster, South-West Ireland
Munster - the best sights and attractions of Ireland's South-West. Page 3.

Munster - One of the Four Provinces of Ireland
Munster, the Ireland's largest province, is the Irish South-West, with the counties of Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary, and Waterford.

The RBS 6 Nations - a Major Sports Event for Ireland
The Six Nations - a rugby championship that will always raise hopes for a grand slam or at least a triple crown in Ireland.

Molly Malone - Lyrics and a Bit of Background
Everybody knows the song

Irish Phone Numbers You Need
Irish phone numbers that you should really store on your mobile, before you even board the plane.

Travelling in Ireland
Trains, planes and automobiles are the most popular options to travel around Ireland, but you might also catch a bus, walk or use a bicycle.

Anglo-Irish Headquarters
Ireland Travel.

Dublin Buildings You Really Should See
Dublin's architecture - the signature buildings of Ireland's capital, which define the city. A mix of old and new, and not all of them pretty.

Croke Park
Ireland Travel.

Dublin Castle
Ireland Travel.

The General Post Office
Ireland Travel.

The Four Courts
Ireland Travel.

Aviva Stadium
Ireland Travel.

Ha'penny Bridge
Ireland Travel.

Ringsend Power Station
Ireland Travel.

The Spire
Ireland Travel.

National Conference Centre
Ireland Travel.

Georgian Dublin
Ireland Travel.

The Campanile of Trinity College
Ireland Travel.

The Papal Cross in Phoenix Park
Ireland Travel.

The Guinness Brewery
Ireland Travel.

Jack Taylor - the Novels by Ken Bruen
Ken Bruen's Jack Taylor novels - an image of Galway and Ireland that the tourism brochures tend to gloss over ... recommended Irish holiday reading.

Sports in Ireland
Sports in Ireland means ... fun and social occasion. Enjoy some sporting events when visiting Ireland - from the obvious to the obscure.

Horse Racing in Ireland - the Festivals
Ireland Travel.

Horse Racing in Ireland
Ireland Travel.

Horse Racing in Ireland
A primer to horse racing in Ireland - what you need to know, from the basics and the venues to the big festivals.

Mr. Screen
Ireland Travel.

Cuchullain
Ireland Travel.

Oscar Wilde
Ireland Travel.

Parnell Monument
Ireland Travel.

James Joyce
Ireland Travel.

Veronica Guerin
Ireland Travel.

Molly Malone
Ireland Travel.

The Children of Lir
Ireland Travel.

Victims
Ireland Travel.

Thomas Kettle
Ireland Travel.

Brendan Behan
Ireland Travel.

Statues of Dublin
Statues of Dublin - from sexually liberated Queen Maeve to the Liberator, form Parnell to Mr. Screen, from Victims to poets.

Patrick Kavanagh
Ireland Travel.

O'Connell Monument
Ireland Travel.

Constance Markiewicz
Ireland Travel.

Ana Livia
Ireland Travel.

The Moira Model Show - Agriculture in Miniature
A farm model show? And recommended for travellers? Yes, indeed ... the Moira Model Show will have you enchanted.

Ireland Month by Month - Weather Data, Holidays and Events
Up-to-date information on events, public holidays and long-term weather data for each month. Plan ahead and don't miss that special event!

A Nation Once Again - Lyrics and Background Information
A Nation Once Again - the lyrics of this popular Irish folk song.

Clonycavan Man - Ireland's Most Famous Bog Body
Clonycavan Man - the no-longer-living proof that with great powers comes great responsibility ... and that sacrifices have to be made.

What to Read Before Traveling to Ireland
Travel Writing on Ireland - literature on the Emerald Isle abounds, as do books about Ireland. And some books are really outstanding.

Ireland for Lovers - Create a Romantic Day in Ireland
Ireland offers plenty of opportunities for a romantic day - to say

Hurling and Camogie - Gaelic Games with Sticks
Hurling - one of the fastest ball-games in the world, sometimes confused with hockey. That lasts usually only until you see a game in full flow.

Irish Bed and Breakfast Accommodation Explored
Bed & Breakfast is still big business in Ireland ... but does the premise of traditional accommodation in a family home still apply?

Roscommon Town
Roscommon Town - an Irish backwater to pass fast, or a place worth visiting when touring Ireland?

The Spooky Virginia Pumpkin Festival
The Virginia Pumpkin Festival - all things pumpkin with a Halloween twist. Head for County Cavan on the October Bank Holiday weekend.

Ireland's Tourist Information Centres
Tourist Information Centres in Ireland - the Republic and Northern Ireland in one handy, alphabetical list.

Ireland by GPS - Satellite Navigation on Irish Roads
Satellite navigation has changed road travel in Ireland over the last few years - but is it a must-have for travellers on an Irish vacation?

Cheap Flights to Ireland - How to Find Them
Cheap flights to Ireland can take a huge chunk out of your costs when planning an Irish vacation. Find out where to search for bargains and what pitfalls to avoid.

Equinox - Spring and Autumn
Equinox - when day and night have the same length, in Ireland and worldwide.

Guinness - Ireland's Most Famous Beer (And More)
Guinness - Dublin's most famous export, and more than just a beer ... find out more about the family and the brand.

Guinness - Irish Drinks - Favorite Drinks of and in Ireland
Guinness - one of Ireland's most renowned drinks, with a bit of history.

Birr Castle - from Offaly into the Cosmos
Birr Castle is one of the attractions on County Offaly that allow a glimpse into Irish history - and into the world of astronomy.

The West's Asleep - Lyrics of Popular Irish Folk Songs
The West's Asleep - though it may become wake, and make England quake ... as the Irish are wont to do.

The Spanish Lady - Lyrics of Popular Irish Folk Songs
The Spanish Lady - an Irish hymn to voyeurism and stalking, or simply a pleasing ditty?

County Meath - Some Basic Information
Visiting County Meath in Ireland's province of Leinster? Here is a short list of recommended things to do.

The Irish Rover - Lyrics of Popular Irish Folk Songs
The Irish Rover - a very popular song after a bit of drink, about a highly improbable sailing ship and its fate.

Mo Ghile Mear - Lyrics of Popular Irish Folk Songs
Mo Ghile Mear - the lyrics, the history, and the background of this popular Irish song ... which is not what it seems at a first glance!

Loughcrew Gardens near Oldcastle
Once you find the Loughcrew Gardens, you are in for a treat. Because you might take a long walk, feel a bit outside reality, and be on historic ground.

Killarney Jaunting Car Tours
Visiting Killarney and having a tour on one of the

The Gaelic Athletic Association or GAA in Ireland
The GAA, the Gaelic Athletic Association, founded in 1884, controls Irish sports with an iron grip - and fights the intrusion of non-Gaelic ways!

Kells - a Town Not to Be Missed
Less than an hour's drive from Dublin, Kells is ideal for a short trip back into the middle ages. The town boasts a number of medieval monuments.

The Irish Diaspora - Explained
Diaspora - a short explanation in my Irish glossary.

Place Names in Ireland
When touring Ireland, you will notice the similarity of many place names - they are descriptive and contain elements from the Old Irish.

Supermac's - Ireland's Native Fast-Food Chain
Supermac's is actually different from the restaurants underneath the golden arches. You’ll also get your Irish breakfast here, on a real plate.

Ireland's Fish and Chips - (Nearly) Made in Italy
So, you walk into an Irish fish and chips shop, and all the staff is speaking Italian. Cheap labour? Far from it, these are the owners. Traditionally.

Day 1 - Evening - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 1, evening.

Day 1 - Afternoon - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 1, afternoon.

Day 2 - Evening - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 2, evening.

Day 2 - Afternoon - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 2, afternoon.

Day 2 - Midday - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 2, midday.

Day 1 - Midday - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 1, midday.

Day 1 - Morning - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 1, morning.

Dublin in Two Days - Getting to Know Ireland's Capital Fast
Dublin in two days? Why not, the Irish capital is the ideal destination for a weekend city-break.

Day 2 - Morning - Dublin in Two Days
Dublin in two days - your itinerary for day 2, morning.

See the National Museum - Dublin in One Day
Dublin in just one day - visiting the National Museum of Ireland.

Take a Bus Tour - Dublin in One Day
Dublin in just one day - starting off at 9 am.

Evening Entertainment - Dublin in One Day
Dublin in just one day - having a grand evening out.

Stroll Around Dublin Castle - Dublin in One Day
Dublin in just one day - exploring Dublin Castle and surroundings.

Visit Trinty College - Dublin in One Day
Dublin in just one day - seeing Trinity College and St. Stephen's Green.

Dublin in One Day - Ireland's Capital in a Rush
Can you do Dublin in one day? Yes, you can ... it is going to be busy, but you will see all the important sights, and even have a pint.

Have a Quick Bite - Dublin in One Day
Dublin in just one day - one needs food, one does.

Day 1 - Afternoon and Evening - Dublin in Three Days
Dublin in three days - your itinerary for day 1, afternoon and evening.

Day 3 - Afternoon and Evening - Dublin in Three Days
Dublin in three days - your itinerary for day 3, afternoon and evening.

Day 3 - Morning and Midday - Dublin in Three Days
Dublin in three days - your itinerary for day 3, morning to midday.

Day 2 - Afternoon and Evening - Dublin in Three Days
Dublin in three days - your itinerary for day 2, afternoon and evening.

Day 1 - Morning to Midday - Dublin in Three Days
Dublin in three days - your itinerary for day 1, morning to midday.

Dublin in Three Days - A Decent Time To Visit
Can you spare a long weekend? Because three days would be just the right time to spend in Dublin, getting to know Ireland's capital.

Day 2 - Morning and Midday - Dublin in Three Days
Dublin in three days - your itinerary for day 2, morning to midday.

Visiting the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin
The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin - a worthwhile place to visit, or a giant PR show best avoided? Actually, you may enjoy it very much ...

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter G
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter G.

Guinness World Records
Guinness World Records - the book that measured the world ...

Essentials a Jew Travelling to Ireland Should Know
Jewish and travelling to Ireland? Here are some hints to help you on your way ...

Irish Agricultural Museum - From Famine to Modern Farming
A unique collection highlighting Ireland's rural history and the march of progress in Irish farming at Johnstown Castle in County Wexford.

Shopping In Ireland
You can actually shop until you drop in Ireland - rural arts and crafts centers will entice you to spend some money, so will some of the largest and most modern malls in Europe! Find out where to shop, what to look out for and how to strike a bargain. Be it typical souvenirs or the latest European fashions.

Dublin Nightlife for Visitors
Dublin is a

Irish Literature in a Nutshell
Can you get by with just one sentence from an Irish author and bluff your way through a conversation in Ireland's pubs? Yes, yes you can!

2014 Invasion of Dublin by Vikings
Chainmail Reenactors - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

Viking Chess at Clontarf
Viking Chess - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

Vikings on the Dublin Shore
Prow of a Longboat - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

Bacon on the Griddle
Bacon, Just Bacon - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

Valhalla Beckons ...
Battle Line - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

Colourful Reenactor
Pink Viking - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

Champions in Single Combat
Single Combat - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

The Aftermath of Battle
The Dead - Images from the Battle of Clontarf Festival - Dublin 2014.

DART - Public Rail Transport in Dublin
DART is one of the main means of public transport in Dublin, Ireland. Find out more about routes, tickets and the usability.

LUAS in Dublin
LUAS is one of the main means of public transport in Dublin, Ireland. Find out more about routes, tickets and the usability.

Suburban Rail Network in Dublin
The Suburban Rail Network (including the Arrow) is one of the main means of public transport in Dublin, Ireland. Find out more about routes, tickets and the usability.

Dublin Bus for the Tourist
Dublin Bus is one of the main means of public transport in the capital of Ireland. Find out more about routes, tickets and the usability.

Taxis in Dublin
Taxis are an established means of public transport in Dublin, Ireland. Find out more about prices, pitfalls and usability.

Bus Eireann in Dublin
Bus Eireann can be used as public transport in Dublin, Ireland, albeit with some retrictions. Find out more about routes, tickets and the usability.

Some Quotes on Ireland and the Irish
Quotes on Ireland and the Irish ... irreverent, and often very much to the point.

Ireland by Bicycle - Touring on Two Wheels
Cycling through Ireland? Possible, but maybe not as idyllic as a few decades ago ...

Clonmacnoise Monastic Site in County Offaly
Though Clonmacnoise is never really on the way, a detour to see this monastic site is worth the time and gas.

Kylemore Abbey in County Galway
Kylemore Abbey - a closer look might have you wondering what the fuss is all about, but the first impression counts. And it certainly is a great site.

The Quays - Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
The Quays - one of the many pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar.

The Snug - Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
The Snug - one of the many pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar.

Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar - maybe not the first choice for a quiet drink, but certainly a party-zone from midday on ...

The Auld Dubliner - Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
The Auld Dubliner - one of the many pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar.

The Norseman - Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
The Norseman - one of the many pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar.

The Oliver St. John Gogarty - Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
The Oliver St. John Gogarty - one of the many pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar.

The Temple Bar - Pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar District
The Temple Bar - one of the many pubs in Dublin's Temple Bar.

Lough Derg Retreat near Pettigo
Lough Derg or Saint Patrick's Purgatory is not a tourist attraction - it is a pilgrimage site strictly open only to those seeking spiritual truth.

Drumcliff in County Sligo - Beneath Benbulben
Drumcliff - well worth a stop if you like medieval Ireland, stunning landscapes and Yeats' poetry ... and a good mystery.

The City of Armagh - Visitor-Friendly
The City of Armagh is also known as the

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter W
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter W.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter R
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter R.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter E
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter E.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter I
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter I.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter T
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter T.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter C
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter C.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter B
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter B.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter S
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter S.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter N
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter N.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter M
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter M.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter H
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter H.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter P
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter P.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter D
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter D.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter L
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter L.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter F
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter F.

An Irish Glossary of Words Starting with the Letter A
The A to Z Irish Glossary - some words and abbreviations commonly used in Ireland, starting with the letter A.

Ireland with an Allergy - Sensible Travel Adice
Allergies can ruin your vacation - find out what you need to know when travelling in Ireland.

Ireland for the Pollen-Allergic Traveller
Are allergies worse in Ireland than at home? Not really, but the symptoms may be ... so be prepared if you suffer from hay fever.

Food Allergies and Travelling in Ireland
Suffering from a food allergy? Then look for the clear labelling every food product in Ireland should have. And avoid the dodgy stuff.

Newgrange - a Fake or an Ancient Monument?
Newgrange, the picture-postcard ancient monument and astronomical wonder ... is it really real? Or

Ireland in Two Weeks - Itinerary Suggestion
A tour of Ireland - in two weeks. Twelve days in Ireland (plus getting there) will give you a good idea of the magic to be found here.

The Best Joycean Things to do in Dublin
James Joyce - he defined the image of Dublin in his works, let us try and see Ireland.s capital through his eyes.

Yeats' Grave - Just a Grave Mistake?
Who lies buried in Drumcliff, beneath Benbulben? Is at W.B. Yeats, or an assortment of French poor?

Ley Lines in Ireland
Ley Lines in the Irish landscape? You may well spot them, but the jury is still out on whether they are a reality ...

Irish Customs Regulations - What Can You Import?
Irish Customs Regulations - find out what you can legally bring into the country ... and which channel to take.

Northern Ireland's Sights and Attractions
An image gallery of sights and attractions in Northern Ireland - from the Giant's Causeway to Bogsite Murals, from cathedrals to steam railways. Page 24.