The Irish have been described as having the “gift of Blarney” but that massively understates the talent they have for conversation, speech-making, and storytelling.
Clever golf holes challenge, enthrall and live for a lifetime…like high art…in the minds of fortunate players.
With its population down to 469, the Irish island of Arranmore has issued an open letter inviting Americans and Australians to move there.
The landmark, four-star Hastings Europa Hotel holds an important place in both Belfast’s past and present.
Go Where Ireland Takes You.
A traveler learns how to have a good time the Irish Way, from pub-hopping to visiting Blarney Castle and the English Market.
Biking through this remote part of Ireland is like pedaling through history.
A spectacular 1600-mile route connects Ireland’s most desirable destinations.
Often overlooked by visitors, Beara is a wild, wind-swept hiker’s paradise.
Dublin’s Temple Bar District was once the stuff of legend. Even in today’s economy, this Irish city still draws a crowd.
Pub-hopping is a great way to get to know a community — through their tastebuds.
Stand at the edge of the world while visiting this island at the entrance of Galway Bay.