Modern Irish stained glass artwork is among the finest in the world, and you can see it all for free at countless churches throughout the country.
Though Christmas markets began as a continental European tradition, they have spread far and wide, and Ireland’s are some of the best.
Some of Ireland’s Christmas traditions are rooted in the small island’s own rich and ancient history, whereas others rolled in with the tide over the centuries.
A Bishop and well-rounded intellectual who was knowledgeable in theology, mathematics, optics, and politics, among others, Berkeley is among the three great British empiricists.
The leprechaun’s began as a fairy trickster in rural Irish communities and has today become a beloved piece of international Irish kitsch.
There’s no use beating around the bush about it—you need to have the right pint glass for the perfect experience of drinking a pint.