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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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5
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A driving tour of Cork and Kerry, in the southwest of Ireland, takes in breathtaking scenery, magnificent vistas and cosy pubs. Plus, you've got a ready-made soundtrack to sing along to as you go...... read more »
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Destination: Inishmore
Trip type: Cultural
Ireland’s wild west doesn’t get much wilder than Inishmore – the quirky, windswept Aran island that inspired Father Ted. Enjoy a hair-raising ride out to the craggy edge of the world... read more »
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4
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Destination: Dublin
Dublin's creative genius shines at weekend markets and in suburban villages where you'll uncover funky designs, vintage gems and gourmet stalls... read more »
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4
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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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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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County Mayo offers amazing vistas, incredible banter, unforgettable tales and humour, tastes that intoxicate and overwhelm, locals that enchant and mesmerise; all this, and we haven’t left the pub yet... read more »
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4
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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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4
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Recognised as Ireland's cultural heart, Galway is where it's at for those keen to experience the best in home-grown, pub-centred traditional Irish music... read more »
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Destination: Dublin
Traditional music is the rhythm of Dublin's streets and pubs, and this is complemented by a thriving festival scene... 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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Great food and intriguing history, glorious scenery and hidden coves, arts, crafts and festivals – you'll find the lot when you explore the town of Kinsale and its surrounding countryside... read more »
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Dublin may have cornered the market in Irish city breaks, but head south to Cork and you'll find an equally spectacular city that prides itself on its cultural heritage and rebellious nature... read more »
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