Category: Travel

Capel Street

Dublin’s beloved Capel Street to become Traffic Free

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Capel Street in Dublin City to become Traffic Free after councillors and public overwhelmingly vote in favour. Dublin City Council has announced that it intends to proceed with plans to

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Ireland 1

Part Two: 32 reasons why Ireland should be on your bucketlist

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Welcome to part two of why Ireland should be on your bucketlist. For this inspiring list originally written in 2018, I reached out to fellow bloggers and came up with

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Ireland

Part One: 32 reasons why Ireland should be on your bucket list

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I could rave all day about why Ireland should be on your bucket list. Quite often we forget what’s on our doorstep, and so I set off on a task.

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glenveagh natural park

10 beautiful Irish places to explore in Ireland’s great outdoors

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Leap headfirst into the countryside and traverse Ireland’s great outdoors. We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to parks and woodland to walk through in Ireland, this is but a

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Families can enjoy a new free Treasures Trail in Waterford

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A new free family fun trail has been announced by Waterford Treasures. The Treasures Trail enables children and families to discover the depths of historical treasures in Ireland’s oldest city

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Line of Duty Tour

First Line of Duty tour launches in Belfast

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SPOILERS FOR LINE OF DUTY Fans of BBC of the popular police drama might be missing the action from Superintendent Hastings, Detective Inspector Arnott, and DI Fleming but good news

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coastline

Get snapping as Clean Coasts’ ‘Love Your Coast’ photography competition opens

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Clean Coasts’ 12th annual Love Your Coast photography competition is now open for entries. Capture the uniqueness of our coastal communities, environments, or waterways in cool snaps. Submissions are open until 9 am on the 30th August 2021. 

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Josh

From the Philippines to Westport: How Josh Nueva captures the beauty of Ireland

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Josh Nueva was born in Angeles City, Pampanga in the Philippines. But back then it was a very poor town and Josh lived there along with his two older brothers,

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Irish museum launches 27-stage ‘National Famine Way’

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The Irish National Famine Museum in Roscommon has launched a new and interactive, 27-stage ‘National Famine Way’.  Based in Stokestown Park, the new initiative which incorporates a ‘National Famine Way

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Cong Galway Race 2

Watch Ireland’s oldest boat race sail into Galway this weekend

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Stuck on what to do this weekend and find yourself in Ireland’s west? Why not take a day out and line up along the River Corrib to watch Ireland’s oldest

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