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It’s been 20 years since “The Troubles” officially ended in Belfast but the divide between The Republicans (Catholics) and Loyalists (Protestants) is still quite prevalent. The walls were erected in 1969 as a temporary measure to keep the groups apart, but still remain due to their effectiveness. Needless to say, it’s a somber reality that […]

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Connemara National Park is one of those offbeat locations that undoubtedly strengthens a love for Ireland. The park is situated in the west of Ireland in County Galway (roughly and hour drive) and comprised of majestic mountains, expanses of prehistoric bogs, misty lakes, delightful valleys, grasslands and spectacular beaches. One could easily spend their entire […]

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Rock of Cashel is quite a spectacular archaeological site and the limestone ruins lay perched up in contrast above the green Tipperary countryside. The Rock was once the seat of the Kings of Munster. It was visited by St, Patrick in 450 and Brian Boru was crowned King of Ireland here in the 10th century. […]

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Cliffs of Moher are undoubtedly one of Ireland’s biggest attractions and truly a sight to see. While Condé Nast Traveller Magazine has ranked these stunning views as the best cliff-view on the planet, it’s really Ireland’s fickle weather that dictates how you experience the cliffs. We tried not to let the moody weather dampen our […]

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Whether you’re yearning to fulfill a fairytale fantasy or you’re just a huge history buff, you may have dreamt about spending the night in a real Irish castle. After nearly three weeks exploring Ireland, we wanted our last night in the Emerald Isle to be a memorable one. So we dusted off our royal robes […]

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The Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula are the two most famous driving routes for tourists in southwest Ireland. They both offer spectacular coastal views, jagged mountains, cozy villages, sparkling lakes, lush green sheep fields and the famous Irish hospitality. But which is better? There’s truly few landscapes in western Europe with the density and variety of […]

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The picturesque harbor town of Kinsale, located along Cork’s southern coast, is arguably one of Ireland’s best hidden gems. Situated along the coastal drive, The Wild Atlantic Way, this storybook Irish town boasts unspoiled coastlines, cobblestone streets, and twisty lanes line with playful colorful buildings. Besides the ascetical beauty, this cozy town is known for […]

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As I mentioned in our Ireland Itinerary for Families post, traveling through Ireland by car gave our family the freedom and flexibility to take in the breathtaking countryside views and explore ancient magical castles. While it can be a daunting, renting and driving a car in foreign country, with a little preparation, knowledge and understanding […]

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If you are looking for an adventure where you can learn about history, dine on amazing food, and view the Emerald Isle’s most stunning scenery, look no further than Ireland! For a unique experience that is not limited to a specific city, rent a car and prepare for breathtaking views as you drive from Dublin […]

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Our friends and family know that we love to stay in vacation rentals when traveling with the kids. It has allowed us the comforts of home with countless advantages including: cooking our own meals, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, immersing ourselves in local experiences, and most importantly being cost-effective. Since our love for vacation rentals has […]

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When you think of stone circles Stonehenge in England comes to mind, but did you know Ireland’s verdant landscape is also riddled with them? Drombeg, located amid rolling farmlands of Southwest Ireland, is one of the most visited megalithic sites in all of Ireland. While this idyllic setting is much smaller than its famous cousin […]

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Ireland is a relatively small country, roughly the size of Indiana, but the size can be misleading. The harrowing windy roads, dueling tour buses, and lack of street signs can be maddening! However, traversing through Ireland by car gave our family the freedom and flexibility to explore the breathtaking views and ancient magical castles. Back […]

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