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The Ireland of yesterday

An island roughly the size of the state of Maine, Ireland and its people enjoy a hold on the imagination that far outstrips the country's physical scale.


Ireland's most offbeat festivals

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Even in straitened times, Ireland has never needed an excuse to celebrate.
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Slow food along the Shannon

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Flanked by lush riverside pastures, crumbling castles, quaint villages and an increasing number of gastropubs, cruising the River Shannon is the perfect way to sit back, relax and pile on the pounds.
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Lonely Planet’s top 10 Ireland for first-timers

Skip the over-hyped Guinness Storehouse and find better things to do with your lips than kiss the been-around-the-block Blarney Stone.
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Walking Hadrian’s Wall

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Along England’s wild northern frontier, Hadrian’s Wall crosses a sublime, historic landscape that is still giving up the secrets of the region’s turbulent past.
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High street dining on trial

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Indulge in these quick bites with Olive’s insider guide to the best value restaurant chains in Great Britain.
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