Here are the top 10 things to do in Killarney National Park, one of the most beautiful spots in Ireland.
With health and safety on everyone’s mind, wellness is going to be a huge part of travel going forward. Here’s an itinerary that focuses on some of the best spas in Ireland and some top Irish spots for renewal, nature and tranquility.
When it comes to luxury hotels in Dublin, the Shelbourne Hotel Dublin is one of the best. A home away from home for royalty, politicians and rock stars … and occasional strays like me, it has a five-star pedigree, a lively social scene and a fascinating past. Here’s my review. A Shelbourne Hotel Dublin Review […]
Just north of Dublin is the Boyne Valley in County Meath, a destination rich in history, legend and war. Take a Boyne Canal boat tour and paddle in a ‘currach,’ a traditional Irish boat used in A Game of Thrones, and learn about the pivotal Battle of the Boyne, a real life battle that changed […]
Wouldn’t you like to visit one of the most historical and mythical places in Ireland? Then think about visiting the Hill of Tara, the ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland. Here’s my eye-opening experience at Tara’s top sights. For travel tips, scroll down. Visiting the Hill of Tara Looking out over the Mountains of […]
If you’re a GOT fan, I’m sure you’ll agree Winterfell is one of the coolest settings of all. If you’re interested in Game of Thrones Ireland film locations, you can easily do a Winterfell tour at Castle Ward for yourself. It’s just 40 minutes from Belfast, so read on to learn about my experience and […]
If you’ve ever dreamed of staying in an Ireland castle hotel, the eccentric Castle Leslie in County Monaghan, 80 minutes north of Dublin, has a history of rock stars, war heroes, secret passages, and equestrians – and an aristocratic heritage that is anything but stuffy. But don’t despair. It’s surprisingly affordable. Castle Leslie, County Monaghan It’s […]
Is Ireland magical or not? Of course it is! Why does no one believe me? When I travelled south of Killarney to the wee town of Kenmare in search of the mystical stone circle of Kenmare – an unsung hero in the world of pagan sites – I had to fight a host of disbelievers, […]
So Ireland doesn’t want to be known for their leprechauns? Not to mentions faeries, elves and other wee magical folk? Why? Because Ireland is hip and cool and wants people to know it. This is a mistake. Why? Because we all know Ireland is hip and cool already. At least I have ever since I first […]