Top 10 places to visit in Ireland

Rolling green hills, crumbling castles and a whole lot of Guinness. There’s so much to love about Ireland. If you’ve ever dreamed of going to kiss the Blarney Stone – these are the 10 things you must do in the land of leprecauns.

Explore Ireland photo essay

Photo essay: Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and the Causeway Coastal Route

Go on a photographic journey to Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal Route. Plus, pick up photography tips from the experts.

6 of the best off the beaten track backpacking destinations

6 off the beaten track backpacking destinations

We’ve found 6 of the best off the beaten track destinations to inspire your next holiday, plus your chance to win an Osprey backpack!

St. Patrick's Day 2019

Iconic landmarks globally are turning green for St. Patrick’s Day 2019

With St. Patrick’s Day 2019 just around the corner, the world is set to be lit up in green thanks to Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening initiative.

Five amazingly immersive Irish experiences

From wild food foraging, to unique stays in ancient castles, here are just five amazing and immersive experiences to get you feeling the luck of the Irish

Relishing Dublin

No-one knows the Dublin dining scene better than a local foodie

Global, yet local, bar destinations

Some destinations are tethered to the very notion of imbibing, others have local tastes that are far more curious or unique

The Belmond Grand Hibernian

Experience the highlights of Ireland on two-, four- and six-night luxury rail itineraries

When Irish ties are calling

Seeking ancestral roots is a good excuse to take in the delights of Ireland

Pay tribute at Titanic Belfast

As the sinking of the Titanic marks its 104th anniversary this year, head back to where it all began, at Titanic Belfast

Ashford Castle, County Mayo, Ireland

With 13th century origins and a history hosting kings, lords, presidents and movie stars, Ashford Castle is a class act

Ireland's Wild Heart

Perched on the edge of the wild Atlantic, the warmth of windswept County Kerry comes from the locals