From spontaneous sessions in lamp-lit pubs, to thousand-person concert halls, Ireland has something for every music lover to enjoy.
Here are our five favorite spots in County Derry to visit on your next vacation, from ancient city walls to the birthplace of a Nobel laureate.
The Skellig Islands, off the coast of County Kerry, have been a source of mystery and escape for more than 3,000 years.
You’ve heard of Cinco de Mayo, but what about Mayo Day?
At just 319 square miles, County Louth is Ireland’s smallest county, but its medieval sites, beautiful vistas, and stunning architecture are can’t-miss tourist destinations.
The best beaches in Ireland promise something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a sandy walk or a view of smooth pebbles
The four most important festivals of pagan Ireland that mark the seasonal changes – Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine, and Lughnasadh – are still with us today.
In Ireland, you don’t have to travel very far to find the best literary sites associated with some of the country’s best writers like W.B. Yeats and Frank McCourt.
While it may off the beaten path, County Offaly offers some rich cultural experiences and natural splendor. The best part is that you’ll mostly have these sites all to yourself.
The showdown that was the battle of Clontarf took place on April 23, 1014, Good Friday. This battle was the greatest battle to take place in Ireland.