IrelandIreland is a truly magical place to photograph, with varied landscapes, warm and welcoming people and yes, 40 shades of green.
Steeped in history and magical charm, Blarney offers the visitor a host of wonderful things to do and places to discover.
From writer’s museums to the Museum of Modern Art to the world’s only Leprechaun Museum, Dublin’s cultural attractions await your discovery.
The best things in life our free! And Ireland offers a staggering array of free activities! Here is a list of some of the top free things to do and see when in Ireland.
The Giant's Causeway, the source of legends of gigantic proportions, is a 50 to 60 million-year-old landmark of Ireland’s natural and mystical beauty.
Although there are over 20 bridges crossing the River Liffey, none are as popular as the Ha’Penny Bridge.
Chocolate is probably the one food that’s practically irresistible. Even the exotic names of the Wilde products are a temptation – Hazelnut Duet, Mocha Mocha, Truffle Temptation.
What trip to Ireland would be complete without browsing through an Irish Woollen Mills? At an Irish Woollen Mills, you find plenty of woolen products, a variety of knit styles and sometimes a load of over Irish products.
Ireland is home to stunning architecture, ancient ruins, quaint villages, magnificent gardens, unspoiled natural scenery and a lively night life.
Eclipsed in legend, the Rock of Cashel is reputed to be the site of the conversion of the King of Munster by St. Patrick in the 5th century.
Feast your eyes and spirits on St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. Built in honor of Ireland’s patron saint, there has been a church on the site since the 5th century.
Trinity College was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth and today is recognized internationally as Ireland’s premier university.
There are 408 Golf clubs in Ireland, but only 53 of these are links courses.