Connacht is the home to some of Ireland’s most breathtaking landscapes, including its most famous national park and the country’s national aquarium.
County Waterford in the southeast of Ireland is known best for its Viking past and Norman monuments.
When the Earl of Pembroke Richard de Clare, better known as Strongbow, invaded Ireland at the request of an Irish king, he unknowingly ushered in a new era of Irish history.
Begun in 1954, Bloomsday has been celebrated every June 16th in honor of James Joyce and his seminal work, Ulysses.
A massive collection of Irish marriage, birth, and death certificates, some of which date back to 1864, have been made available for free online.
The province of Munster, in Ireland’s south, is home to some of the most iconic destinations in the country, including the iconic Cliffs of Moher, and famous Blarney Stone.