Explore beyond Dublin City and visit Killiney Hill Park

Each year, Ireland receives around 9.5 million tourists. The majority of these tourists come to visit Irelands largest city, Dublin. During the busy Summer months, Dublin can sometimes feel a bit like London or Paris because of the large crowds of tourists. For a capital city, Dublin is relatively small. Most of the tourist attractionsContinue reading “Explore beyond Dublin City and visit Killiney Hill Park”

WinterRail Ireland

Many people choose to go interrailing in the hot summer months. There are many pros to traveling this time of the year, but there are also quite a few cons. For example, hotels prices can be double the price of winter, cities are packed with tourists, and the intense heat can be a bit overwhelming.Continue reading “WinterRail Ireland”

Free things to do in Dublin, Ireland

The Republic of Ireland’s capital city isn’t the cheapest city to visit, and if you are not careful you could put a dent in your wallet. Luckily some of the best things to do while you are in Dublin are completely free! Not only does it mean you can experience the best of Dublin’s foodContinue reading “Free things to do in Dublin, Ireland”

A locals Guide to Irelands Ancient East

WHAT IS IT?: Irelands Ancient East is a region in Ireland where you can find Irelands most sought after historical landmarks such as Spike Island and Dublin castle. It includes 16 Irish counties stretching from Monaghan in the north to Cork in the south. While you are here you can learn about the fascinating historyContinue reading “A locals Guide to Irelands Ancient East”

The 5 most expensive European cities to visit

5. Dublin – The Republic of Ireland is a great country to visit and it can offer good value for money, but in general it is not a cheap country to visit. Dublin being the largest and capital city makes it more expensive than other cities such as Galway and Cork. Inexpensive restaurant meal: 15.10Continue reading “The 5 most expensive European cities to visit”