Posts Categorized: Ireland

Visit Cork – Ireland’s Second City

Situated in the South-West Region of Ireland, the city of Cork is built on the River Lee with its city centre surrounded by interesting canals and waterways, Georgian avenues and modern masterpieces. Boasting with one of the largest natural harbours in the world, Cork Harbour, the city is also called the “rebel city” and considered,… Read more »

Galway – The Most Irish of the Irish Cities

The bohemian City of Galway, situated on Ireland’s west coast, is characterised by its cobbled streets, brightly-coloured pubs loud from live music, charming pavement cafes and array of street performers. Galway, a major hub for tourism to the west of Ireland, is also known as the “City of Tribes” as, from the 15th century onwards,… Read more »

Ireland – Ancient History – Natural Beauty

West Coast Do you ever day-dream about visiting Ireland? If so, what fantasies do you have about the country? Surely – besides fairy tales and leprechauns – there is its rugged, wild and sometimes even unearthly landscape with breath-taking scenery and that particular “forty shades of green” (apparently, Johnny Cash was a fan, too) among… Read more »

Visit Dublin

Fancy a pint of Guinness freshly brewed from the factory? Or prefer having one while listening to live traditional Irish folk music in colourfully bustling Temple Bar? Then visit Dublin, Ireland’s proud capital, which has so much more to offer. The best way to discover the city is to take a sightseeing tour on one… Read more »