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Two Days in Dublin

A weekend in Dublin, or any other two days in the Irish capital, will give you some time to see quite a lot, though you may have to skip the in-depth look at many attractions. As always – if you want to see a lot, get up early and keep the travelling time into Dublin …

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Driving around Connemara

If you are considering a driving holiday in Ireland you should take a look at the Connemara Loop. The Connemara Loop consists of 80 KM of road and thousands of acres of breathtaking scenery. There are so many gorgeous little villages and wonderful landscapes, each sight as beautiful as the next. Below I’ve highlighted only …

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Driving in Ireland

One of the best ways to see Ireland is a tour by car but before you hit the open road, there’s a few thing you need to know. While the major highways are of a very high quality, the “real” Ireland is one of twisting country lanes. Driving on these lanes can be a pleasure …

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Car Hire In Ireland

Most travelers loves the freedom of having access to their own car when away on vacation, especially in a country like Ireland where it is all about the people, the culture and the astounding scenery. With a car you can go exploring at your leisure, stop off whenever you like or if a spot takes …

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The Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland’s first long-distance driving route The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s first long-distance driving route, stretching from the Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal to Kinsale in County Cork. The entire route stretches for 2500km with 156 discovery points along the way for visitors to unearth.  This incentive brought forward by Tourism Ireland offers future visitors an …

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Differences Which You Will Notice Between the United States and Ireland

Even though English is the language you hear most often in Ireland, there is American English and European English and there are a few words that have a different meaning. For instance: If you hear someone say “trousers,” they are looking for “pants”, “corridor” is used sometimes instead of “hallway”, “pavement” instead of “sidewalk”, and …

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