Ireland Travel Guides

Real reviews and articles from travellers in Ireland.

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Best Places to Visit in Ireland.

If you are planning a visit to Ireland any time soon you should check out these articles from real travellers for the best places to visit.

Where To Go for drinks in Dublin?

As I love this city and I’ve lived here long enough I want to tell yours where to go for a drink? I want to say that yesterday I discovered a very good spot for cocktails. I and my friend saw [...]

Top 5 Things To Do In Ireland

Travels of a Thirsty Scholar Ireland is famous for its art, natural beauty, and creation of what many consider the finest whiskey and beer in all the world– so grab a drink, a great book, and [...]

Getting your Nature Fix in Dubin

If you have ever thought of traveling to Dublin or even if you’re exploring there now, I hope that you’re already familiar with some of the well-known spots in town. Places like Grafton Street, [...]

TOP 5 places to visit in South Ireland

When you’re planning a trip to Ireland then I really recommend you to rent a car because it gives you so much freedom. Of course I was super scared during the first day while driving in [...]

Dublin: the best spots

Dublin, also known as the Big Smoke is one of my favorite place on Earth for several reasons: live music, cobblestone streets, pubs and Irish people with their lovely Irish accent. I have lived [...]

Dublin: Irish city of wonders

Sweny’s Joycean Pharmacy What can you find in an old pharmacy? One day I was staring at the display on the front window of a quirky spot on 1 Lincoln Place. There were books in front of the [...]

Ireland: Travel and workaway

Workaway What is it? Workaway is a concept that’s been around for years! The concept is to work for a host and in exchange you’ll get food and border. It’s a pretty sweet [...]

Dublin: Beer, Cheer and some Green

The land of leprechauns and Giunness As a hungarian student, I am proud to say that I got to live in this beautiful place for 3 months, and oh, still I dream about the colorful streets, the [...]

Dublin: In the footsteps of James Joyce

When I came to Dublin the first time in September of 2014 I was still a student of English Literature and therefore I saw it as my duty to follow the footsteps of James Joyce, one of the most [...]