A short guide to the Carlow county town

A short guide to the Carlow county town

Carlow is located in the south-east of the country, 84 km from the capital, Dublin. Ireland’s second smallest county is County Carlow, though Carlow Town is the 14th biggest urban region in Ireland by population. River Barrow is flowing through the town. This river shapes the historic borderline between Laois and Carlow: the town was entirely included in County Carlow in 1989. The agreement of Carlow is thousands of years old and predates written history of Irish. Carlow has played a main ... [ read more ]

The most visited places in County Carlow

The most visited places in County Carlow

Carlow is a wonderful place to visit for a holiday break. It offers you a complete range of tourism activities and attractions. Here you can find the county's best food, have opportunity for shopping and a lot of accommodation options to fit all budgets and sense of tastes. There are cozy motels and huge hotels completely equipped with conference hall and banqueting rooms, grants perfect setting in every occasion. In Carlow are welcoming B&Bs and guesthouses, farmhouses, historic houses a... [ read more ]

The most beautiful castles in Country Carlow

The most beautiful castles in Country Carlow

Carlow is one of the smallest countries in Ireland, bordered by the Blackstairs Mountains to the east. In the west of Carlow you can find the abundant limestone land of the Barrow Valley and the Killeshin Hills. The county’s most important feature is the 5000-year-old granite development known as Browne’s Hill Dolmen. Carlow town is a hustle market centre serving a huge rural area. One of the most impressive pieces of architecture in the town of Carlow has a very interesting background; t... [ read more ]

A short guide to the wonderful Aran Islands

A short guide to the wonderful Aran Islands

The Aran Islands are a group of three islands which take place at the mouth of Galway Bay. It involves three islands: Inishmore, the largest, known as Aranmore, Inishmaan, the second-largest and Inisheer, the smallest. It is approximately 14 km long and 3.8 km wide. Inishmore is a tourist paradise where you can feel the calmness and listen to the silence. Aran has a plenty of wildlife and you can find almost 437 varieties of wild flowers. In this beautiful island everything is possible: biking... [ read more ]

The best tourist attractions in County Galway

The best tourist attractions in County Galway

Galway is famous for its wonderful geographical features, as the Mountain Ranges with the Twelve Bens which dominates the Connemara skyline. There you will find many islands off the coast, such as the Aran Islands which is one of the most beautiful attractions in County Galway. It has limnetic lakes, with salmon, coarse and trout fish. in abundance. County Galway has many blue flag beaches. The most popular and largest beaches are in Connemara. In Galway you can explore the greatest castles i... [ read more ]

The most visited attractions in Hook Peninsula

The most visited attractions in Hook Peninsula

Hook Peninsula is a peninsula in County Wexford with surrounding countryside and beautiful cultural attractions. It offers many activity options for families and individuals alike. You can go horse-riding, play golf or experience the peninsula by Safari. The peninsula is famous for gorgeous beaches and coves which are perfect for water-based activities, as surfing, kayaking, scuba diving and kite surfing. But you will see, that the people of the Hook Peninsula are the best. They are friendly ... [ read more ]

The most beautiful attractions of Wexford city

The most beautiful attractions of Wexford city

Wexford is the beautiful Irish county town of County Wexford. It is close to Rosslare Europort and near the south-eastern part of the famous island of Ireland. This gorgeous city is the 13th largest of Ireland’s counties in and 14th largest according to the population. Wexford is famous for undulating countryside, beautiful sightseeing attractions and rolling waves. Rolling green fields cover the peaceful atmosphere of rural slope reaching to a golden coast where the soft sand and the Ir... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions in Limerick

Top 5 attractions in Limerick

Limerick city is the third largest city in Ireland and it is the capital of the Mid-Western Region. It is known for its wealthy heritage and it is also filled with beautiful natural attractions and rural charisma. There you can find many accommodation options, as Clarion Hotel Suites, Patrick Punchs Hotel and Boutique Hotel. They are located in the center of the county. The city is located along the amazing islands of the River. You will see that in Limerick you will not need a list of the be... [ read more ]

The best film locations for Braveheart

The best film locations for Braveheart

Probably there is no one that never heard about Braveheart. And probably every person who saw the film was emotionally affected by this amazing movie. I am sure everybody knows the story but who noticed those beautiful sceneries? I was impressed! Some parts of the film was shot in Ireland, especially in Dublin city. Tom Sanders, the production designer, does a perfect job when dressed up the Irish castles. He insured authentic backdrops for the scenes filming there. The English town of ‘Y... [ read more ]

The best hotels in Killarney

The best hotels in Killarney

Most cities, towns or villages in Ireland have at least some appeal to tourists, even if they're not even trying to attract visitors. In Killarney's case, however, every little thing that you think like was made to feel you good, probably was made to feel you good. For over two centuries, Killarney has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland, thanks to the postcard perfect scenery surrounding it (the famed Ring of Kerry, Killarney National Park), and the tidy and picture... [ read more ]