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Drone Captures Seagull’s View of The Wild Atlantic Way [Video]

Summer comes around each year; we go there and they come here” – Christy Moore, ‘Lisdoonvarna‘ The Wild Atlantic Way has been an impressive success for Irish tourism in the last few years, and Fáilte Ireland have found the perfect way to market its spectacular views and experiences: on YouTube. Their latest video has gone viral, attracting the […]

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Interior of St Patrick's Cathedral, on Google Streetview

Google Releases New Off-Road Streetviews from Irish Landmarks

Google Street View has just released a new collection of imagery from parks, castles and historic sites from across the country. A wide range of iconic locations can now be accessed right from your phone, tablet or computer including Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin’s oldest medieval cathedral; Co. Clare’s Ennis Friary founded by the Franciscans in the […]

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Video thumbnail for youtube video Four Lads in a Mini, Four Days in Ireland

Four Lads in a Mini, Four Days in Ireland

It’s not California, as Michele and I discussed yesterday, but that doesn’t change the fact that Ireland is having a fantastic, sunny, showery summer. Talk to any farmer: they’re delighted with the weather. Driving through Tipperary yesterday I was struck by the greenness of grass and crops. And suntanned people are lapping it up. This video […]

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Video thumbnail for youtube video An Cósta Fiáin [Video]

An Cósta Fiáin [Video]

Tá guthú an-dhrámatúil ar an bhfíseán seo – tá súil agam go bhfuair sé cupán deas tae in a dhiaidh chun a scórnach a leigheas! Ach tá sé thar barr tríd is tríd – agus tugtar aitheantas don Ghaeilge mar acmhainn turasóireachta. Bhíomar ag caint an lá cheana go bhfuil leathanach Facebook an Tóstail le […]

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Fáilte go TBEX! [Video]

TBEX, the travel bloggers’ conference, is on in Dublin and bloggers from all over the world are being wowed by Irish hospitality and culture. Fáilte Ireland are headline sponsors of the event, and the delegates are still talking about the reception on Wednesday night which put Irish language and culture centre stage, and blew everyone […]

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