No trip to Ireland is complete without visiting the megalithic tomb of Newgrange in Meath. The tomb was built in 3200 BC which makes it older than Stonehenge in England, and the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt! As well as that, the surrounding countryside is steeped
The Historic Boyne Valley The cultural wonders and historic attractions of Boyne Valley outside Drogheda, first caught our attention in March when Drogheda was announced as the host for Fleadh Cheoil Na hÉireann 2018. (meaning “festival of music”) the biggest traditional Irish music festival on the
Tayto Park is Ireland’s newest and ONLY theme park. It was opened back in 2010 and has been hugely successful with Irish people and tourists from around the world. The name “Tayto” has been a household name in Ireland for decades. Tayto crisps are delicious
There are many unique things to do in Meath. It’s a county that is steeped in Irish history and lore and it is here that you can find some of the most famous historic landmarks in the country. Meath is also a short distance from Dublin
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