Category Archives: Ireland Travel Tips

Self-Drive Day Trips From Dublin

Like most capital cities, Dublin is ringed with bland and boring motorways, but – unlike most capital cities – a short drive takes you to the heart of the countryside. Dublin car hire will take you away from the capital to enjoy some of our favourite Dublin day trips.

How You Can Holiday On A Budget In Ireland

The worldwide recession also known as the ‘credit crunch’ has hit everyone – whether it is the loss of a job, increased taxes, and higher cost of living – all pointing to the fact that nobody is immune from it. Thus people have less disposable income to spend on holidays, but they still want to […]

Travelling with your Baby Through Dublin Airport

All parents know that travelling with baby can be a chore at the best of times. Baby Travel Shop and the Dublin Airport Authority  have come up with a novel way to help mums make this experience less daunting…by posting an informational  video on Youtube on what is allowed for baby when boarding the airplane. You […]

2010 Six Nations Rugby Championship Countdown

The International Rugby fraternity is eagerly awaiting the start of the 2010 RBS Six Nations Championship, which kicks off on Saturday the 6th February.  Defending “Grand Slam” titleholders Ireland kick off the defence of their title with a match against a strong Italian team at Croke Park. Read on for more about our guide to […]

Make Your Valentines Day Special In Ireland

The Feast Day of the Patron Saint of Love and Romance the 14th of February is just two weeks away – so for a romantic getaway break to remember, why not escape to the wonderful island of Ireland? There is so much to see and do, with several locations to enjoy and discover together. We […]

Guide to the 2009 All Ireland Football Finals

The whole of Ireland is gearing up for the much-anticipated climax to the All Ireland Football Championships this weekend, Sunday the 20th September. This is a special year for the GAA, as the year 2009 is the 125th Anniversary of the founding of the GAA by Michael Cusack at Hayes Hotel, Thurles. Here’s hoping to two enjoyable All […]

Guide To The 2009 All Ireland Hurling Finals

The scene is set; the famous trophies dusted down, and are waiting to be claimed by the competing teams and captains of the day. Hurling fans all over Ireland, and Irish people all over the globe eagerly await the 2009 All Ireland Finals. Not only are this years finals a celebration of the 125th year […]