The Irish capital is full of must-see attractions, from the black gold at the Guinness Storehouse to the defiant heart of Irish history at Kilmainham Gaol.
All around the island are interesting and charming accommodations that are packed with character – from a residential recording studio to an 18th-century merchant’s house.
From Canada’s Yukon wilderness to the mountaintops of India, these unconventional holiday destinations will lead you off the beaten path and onto an adventure all your own.
The World Economic Forum ranked 140 nations in order of their hospitality towards international travellers. From Iceland to Bosnia, these 10 friendly places made the grade.
Not only does Cork revel in its reputation for fine food and drink, the city also regards itself as the country’s only genuine guardian of Celtic culture.
Every year on 16 June -- the date chronicled in James Joyce’s Ulysses -- fans recreate its scenes throughout Dublin.