United flight from San Francisco to Dublin for $726

United flight from San Francisco to Dublin for $726

Do you want to visit the beautiful city of Dublin this April? The following offer is the perfect choice for you! We found you a United flight from San Francisco to Dublin for only $726. The flight departs on April 29, 2014 and returns on May 13, 2014. Prices are available on economy class. Spend two weeks in the beautiful Irish city, Dublin and have a great travel experience! You can search for this cheap flight and book it via the box below. Don’t forget to compare the price offere... [ read more ]

Hotel + air vacations in Limerick from $1,104 pp

Hotel + air vacations in Limerick from $1,104 pp

In case you are traveling to Limerick on business or other purpose this April, you’ve found the best deals. Let me present you some cheap vacation packages to Limerick. These packages include the following: round-trip flight from New York to Limerick, 4 nights accommodation at one of the below mentioned hotels, all taxes and fees. These hotel + air vacations to Limerick start from $1,104 pp. The flight departs on April 20, 2014 and returns on April 25, 2014. You can check the packag... [ read more ]

US Airways flight from Boston to Dublin from $537

US Airways flight from Boston to Dublin from $537

The city of Dublin in Irealand is wort to be visited especially when you get a great deal like the one we are going to present you. Travel to Dublin from Boston in March for only $537 r/t! Don’t hesitate; book a flight with the US Airways from Boston to Dublin and save money. The departure date is March 5 and the return date is March 17, 2014. You can also search in the box below to verify if this is the best deal for you. Check more providers to have more offers and compare the prices ... [ read more ]

The Castle of Trim

The Castle of Trim

If you are interested in the Middle Ages, Trim is a perfect detination for you. At only half an hour drive from Dublin, Trim has a beautiful old town and hosts many medieval ruins. Here you can admire the remains of the beautiful Gothic cathedral as a part of the nave and the altar can still be seen. It is interesting to see the bridge of St. Peter, considered the second oldest bridge in the country. The Newtown monuments consist of a large medieval cathedral and two small churches dating bac... [ read more ]

Visiting Heywood Gardens

Visiting Heywood Gardens

Heywood Gardens used to be part of a grand mansion which was built in the 18th century by a very rich engineer and architect, Michael Trench, who designed it together with his friend, James Gandon. Heywood mansion has been the family residence of the Trenches until the 1930s. In 1951 the house was destroyed in a fire. The ruins have been demolished and a new modern school was built in its place nearby. At Heywood there are two gardens: the Italianate gardens and the outer parkland. The parkla... [ read more ]

Visiting the medieval city of Clonmacnoise

Visiting the medieval city of Clonmacnoise

The beautiful medieval city of Clonmacnoise has been founded during the 6th century by St. Ciaran and it is one of the most important and is among the oldest settlements of Europe from the early Christian era. The settlement had great importance from strategic point of view as it was built in the middle of Ireland where a pristine roadway went through the Shannon River. Most of the buildings in Clonmacnoise are in ruins today but their aspect is still worth seeing just as much as the precious... [ read more ]

Visiting Glencolmcille – the Folk Village Museum and the pilgrims

Visiting Glencolmcille – the Folk Village Museum and the pilgrims

The charming Glencolmcille is recommended for tourists who are trying to avoid crowds and just long to spend a lovely holiday in a fabulous and beautiful place. When you are traveling to Ireland no matter what the season is, the spectacular Glencolmcille will always be an ideal destination. There are no commercialized attractions and numberless visitor centers but it has magnificent natural surroundings. You can enjoy and explore beautiful mountain walks, go for a stroll on a secluded beach ... [ read more ]

Irish history: visiting the Cobh Heritage Centre

Irish history: visiting the Cobh Heritage Centre

During the second part of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century many people left Ireland in hope to start a new life on the American continent. About 3 million people left Cobh during this time who aimed towards the American dream on the board of the Titanic, the Lusitania and other ships. The town of Cobh is a charming little settlement which is dominated by the St. Colman Cathedral and it is also home of the Cobh Heritage Center. Here you can walk the Titanic Trail and lea... [ read more ]

Visiting Barryscourt Castle

Visiting Barryscourt Castle

The castle of Barryscourt is a small tower house from the 15th century which used to be the home of a Norman family called De Barry for several centuries. Evidence proves that the castle has been inhabited for about a millennium. The fortified house was built by Phillip De Barry in 1202 for the purpose of dwelling in a country inhabited by families which were in constant conflict with each other. The building is protected by thick walls and inside it has a small chapel together with all sorts... [ read more ]

Visiting Achill Island – beaches, historical architecture and the Deserted Village

Visiting Achill Island – beaches, historical architecture and the Deserted Village

Achill Island is the largest island of Ireland which is located off the coasts of Mayo County. The island is abundant in history, packed with lots of evidence showing the presence of humans going back about 4000 years. Achill has beautiful and long sandy beaches which are never far away from any point on the island. Visit the small deserted coves and walk along soaring cliffs. The island is surrounded by clear Atlantic water which peacefully shines in the summer sun. If you pick the right mom... [ read more ]