Ireland is a magical place that welcomes visitors with open arms. Here are 10 insider tips to make the most of your time in the Emerald Isle in Dublin and outside.
Bloomsday, the world-wide event has been celebrated since the 1920s, commemorating the life of James Joyce as well as his first date in 1904 with Nora Barnacle
With the fastest-growing economy in Europe, and a young, educated population, the Irish are observing the 100th centenary year of Dublin's Easter Rising of 1916
Look outside the guidebook, veering away from your typical museums and attractions in favor of the quirky and little museums of Dublin.
PETA has been leveraging the power of street art recently, particularly in the United Kingdom. After chicken feet starting appearing
Think street art and Dublin, the Irish capital, doesn't spring to mind immediately, but the city has been undergoing somewhat of a transformation in recent years.
With our guide of crypts, museums, remains, and literary homages to the dead and undead, you can get closer to the history of Dublin than you probably ever wanted.