Why Ireland is the Best Place to Learn English

Why Ireland is the Best Place to Learn English

Ireland, also known as the Emerald Isle, is famed for its lush green landscape, rugged coastline, and the infamous Guinness pint. But more recently, it’s becoming a popular destination to study English, thanks to its remarkable history, beautif...
Kiss the Blarney Stone At Blarney Castle

Kiss the Blarney Stone At Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle and the Blarney stone There was a castle on the site dating back to 1200 but this was destroyed in 1446,  Blarney castle as we know it was built in the mid 1400′s by Cormac Laidair MacCarthy lord of Muskaree. The castle...
Giants Causeway Day Tour From Dublin

Giants Causeway Day Tour From Dublin

If you want to discover one of the most fascinating natural attractions of Ireland, certainly this is your tour! On this occasion, we head towards Northern Ireland, to be exact to Antrim coast and Belfast city, the capital of Northern Ireland. One of...
Love. Loyalty. Friendship.

Love. Loyalty. Friendship.

With these hands I give you my heart and crown it with my love. A heart to represent love. A crown to represent loyalty. Hands to represent friendship.   Traditionally an Irish wedding ring, the Claddagh can be found on an...
Is Munster the most beautiful place in the world

Is Munster the most beautiful place in the world

Munster is a province in Ireland consisting of the counties Cork, Clare, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford. Many of the counties in this province  are noted for their beauty and rugged scenery . Lough Hyne is situated in West...
The Blarney Stone

The Blarney Stone

There are many legends and stories surrounding the mysterious Blarney Stone, but all conclude those brave enough to kiss the stone in Blarney Castle will be bestowed the gift of gab, eloquence, flattery, etc. The stone found its permanent residence i...
5 Pictures that will make you want to move to Connacht

5 Pictures that will make you want to move to Connacht

Connacht is one of the four provinces of Ireland and is made up of five counties Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo. It has the largest number of native Gaelic speakers in Ireland with Gaeltach areas in Galway and Mayo. Four of the counties t...
The Stormin’ Normans

The Stormin’ Normans

The Normans landed in Ireland in 1169, marking the beginning of a very long and turbulent struggle for power between the Irish and the British. After being defeated by King Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair (Rory O’Connor) of Connacht, the ousted Ki...
Trad in Templebar

Trad in Templebar

The symbol of the Celtic harp gives an idea of the importance of Irish music to the Irish culture. But to  properly experience this atmosphere you have to go to the heart of Dublin when we speak about folk music: Temple Bar. As everybody kn...

Dunluce castle

  Dunluce Castle History The First castle at Dunluce was built in the 13th century by Richard Og de Burgh the then 2nd earl of Ulster. The castle controlled an important trade route and was in control of the Mc Quillan family from the...
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