Category Archives: Ireland Travel Tips

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 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 […]

10 Great Reasons to Visit Ireland

Travelling to Ireland in 2009? Well there may be many reasons why you wish to travel to Ireland, whether it’s visiting friends and relations, exploring your Irish roots, checking out the beautiful scenery or simply enjoying the warmth of the people. There is something to be found in Ireland for everyone! Read on for more… 1. The clean […]

Getting Around Belfast Car or Public Transport

Belfast is a wonderful city with much to offer, if you are thinking of visiting this vibrant city then you need to decide if you will take the Car or avail of Public Transport? Read on for more to help you choose… Public Transport Bus and rail users benefit from a lot with lower cost […]

St. Patrick’s Footsteps Driving Tour

The life of Ireland’s National Saint has been well documented, from his early life in slavery to his ordainment and conversion of the pagan Irish to Christianity. There are many places in Ireland that are associated with the Saint, each with a story to tell relating to his life. Fancy walking in the footsteps of the […]

Barrier Free Tolling on the M50

Earlier on this year the Irish Roads Authority removed the barriers on the M50 tollway and introduced eFlow; a system of electronic payment of tolls for using the Motorway which orbits the city of Dublin. Up until midnight on the 31st of August 2008 you’d have to queue up at the tollbooth plaza and throw your fee into a basket before […]

Cultural Ireland – Spraoi Festival

Waterford is the place to be at the start of August. The Spraoi Festival is a professional arts event that is aimed at promoting Waterford and celebrating the end of the summer. In addition to street theatre and stage acts you can also expect a wide variety of music events to keep you partying all […]