With a weekend in Dublin, you’ll be able to listen to trad music, explore historical sites, dine on tasty food, and meet friendly people. Read on for my 2 days in Dublin itinerary! James Joyce, one of Ireland’s best writers, penned the famous Ulysses and gave the
When I think of Dublin, I think of charming streets, lively pubs, and of course, Guinness. With world-class parties, fascinating history, and some of the warmest people around, Dublin is a must-see city on any Europe trip, and is definitely one of the top places to
Killarney, Ireland is truly the most quintessential Irish town that you could possibly visit. However, it can be quite hard trying to decide where to stay in Killarney. Luckily, there are so many places to stay in Killarney, you won’t have any issues finding a place
Killarney is a breathtaking scenic town that is often overlooked by visitors to the Emerald Isle. Most tourists just see it as a starting spot to the Ring of Kerry, but it’s truly best to spend at least a whole weekend in Killarney! The town of
Potatoes anyone? Admit it. That thought is likely the first thing that leapt into your mind when you read the title and thought about what to eat in Ireland. If you didn’t think of potatoes, then I’m guessing bacon and cabbage are what came to mind.
Ireland is home to some of the richest and most vibrant history in Europe, much of which can be traced back to the hundreds of castles and monastic settlements located all over the country. Cork is home to a huge amount of these dwellings, so if
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