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Destination: Galway
Galway - steeped in music and history; filled with friendly folk, festivals and crammed with cosy pubs, culture and craic. Get yourself to Galway; City of Tribes, Vibes and the time of your lives....... read more »
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The television and celebrity gardener talks about five of his favourite gardens from every corner of the UK and Ireland... read more »
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The beautifully rugged landscape of the Ring of Kerry in western Ireland gave me one of the most dramatic drives of my life. Here's my guide to the highlights along the way... read more »
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4
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Destination: Dublin
Trip type: Short Break
Room with rock royalty, learn to pull the perfect pint or get a taste for Michelin-starred dinners - they're all on offer in Dublin's fair city... read more »
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4
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Times may be tough - but there are bargains to be had, even at the luxury end of the market. Here are my tips for top hotel breaks in Ireland that won't break the bank... read more »
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4
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Destination: Dublin
Ireland - modern day Dublin is not just about the noisy Temple Bar and overcrowded Guinness Storehouse. If you want to see the swanky and smart side of the city, head for the Docklands ... read more »
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Destination: Dublin
Dublin makes for one of the most enjoyable short breaks in Europe - and now, for the first time in a decade, there are bargains to be had... read more »
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Is it possible to fly to Dublin and stay two nights for less than £100? On a budget stag-party weekend, I put that theory to the test – and discovered ways of saving money in the Irish capital as well... read more »
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Destination: Sligo
Don't be fooled by the untamed scenery of Sligo. With its literary heritage, art galleries, fine food and pubs, this corner of north-west Ireland is anything but wild – unless you want it to be... read more »
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4
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Destination: Ireland
From beautiful scenery to seaweed baths, and charismatic hotels to cosy pubs, Sligo has many unexpected delights ... read more »
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4
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Take an off-season tour around the Dingle Peninsula and discover deserted beaches, snow-capped mountains and friendly pubs without the crowds... read more »
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Destination: Cork
Beautiful beaches, stunning cliff walks and some fine traditional food are among the highlights of a visit to Cork, one of Ireland’s real beauty spots... read more »
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4
(3 comments)
Destination: Dublin
From free art collections and budget hotels to the best fish-and-chips and the burger joint where Sinead O'Connor was a waitress (allegedly), here are my tips for getting to know Dublin cheaply... read more »
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3
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Destination: Dublin
Explore Dublin via the pick up/drop-off bike scheme - the perfect way to discover the Irish capital on a short trip... read more »
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Destination: Dublin
We sample the cream of Ireland at the Guinness Factory's 250th birthday and give the Irish capital the ultimate student road test... read more »
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With pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants, Dublin has enough entertainment to keep even the wildest party animal happy. If you still have the energy, there are plenty of daytime activities too... read more »
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3
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Ireland’s second largest city, Belfast has a big heart, embracing one and all. You'll find it very hard to let go...... read more »
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2
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Money worries may persuade families to take short breaks closer to home this year – but the good news is that it means the pet dog can come too. Just load up the car and catch the ferry to Ireland...... read more »
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Destination: Ireland
Trip type: Family, Short Break
It's not every hotel that's happy to see children - but these five Irish gems will deliver the goods for both parents and children alike... read more »
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From Dublin’s elegant Georgian squares and buildings to its teeming pubs and sociable pavement cafés, the electric energy of this lively metropolis is everywhere... read more »
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