It was a beautiful sunny afternoon in Malahide with the clear blue sky and blazing sun following us everywhere we drove. After our splendid tour of the Malahide Castle and spending some time walking along the bay, my husband and I decided to just drive down to some random place nearby to spend rest of our… Read More A romantic evening at Baily lighthouse, Howth
It is a well-known fact that Ireland is known as the Land of saints and scholars. As many of the famous saints like St. Patrick and St.Brigid are from this gorgeous island which in turn has resulted in many wonderful architectural buildings all around the country. Over the years great efforts are made to preserve… Read More Must visit cathedral’s of Dublin
Since we Sisters have a teeny tiny obsession with visiting the UNESCO World Heritage sites, I couldn’t let myself go out of Ireland without visiting Brú na Bóinne. When I was doing my research on UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ireland I came across ample of them but what caught my attention was this 5,000-year-old… Read More Brú na Bóinne, Ancient mansions of Boyne!
As part of our day tour from Dublin with the Wild Rover Tours, last stop was the medieval city of Galway after visiting Cliffs of Moher and Burren. We had 2 hours in hand to explore this city before we head back to Dublin. For the first 30 minutes, after we arrived in Galway our guide… Read More From the streets of vibrant Galway!
Whenever we hear about “National park”, images of thick jungle and invigorating greenery comes to our mind which are usually filled with wild animals. But this was not the case when we visited Burren National Park in Ireland. We had spent an exhilarating time hiking and taking in all the beauty at the Cliffs of… Read More Rocky pasture of Burren National Park
From being well-known for its numerous legends to its breath-taking beauty, the Cliffs of Moher is one place you can’t miss while planning your trip to Ireland. Experience and get amazed at how sedimentary rock layers of sandstone, siltstone, mudstone and shale over the centuries have created such dramatic cliffs by walking along its edges.… Read More Cliffs of Moher: The Atlantic edge of Ireland
As the capital and the largest city in Ireland, Dublin has always been on a traveler’s map, attracting millions of people from all over the globe for years now. Dublin boasts a very diverse environment for its ever-cheerful locals, lively atmosphere in every corner of the city and artistic, historical buildings. With few days in my… Read More Things to do in Dublin
It does not matter if you are a first-time traveler out of your country or a frequent traveller, we all have to go through the tedious job of applying for a visa to certain countries (Thanks to our Indian passport!) and wait to get it approved. Some opt to get assistance from travel agents whereas… Read More How to apply Irish visa (Republic of Ireland) for Indians!
Set in the quaint, picturesque seaside town of Malahide, the charming castle of Malahide is a medieval castle, which was the house for the Talbot family for 791 years. This was the first castle I was visiting in Ireland and I was eagerly looking forward as it was listed as one of the prettiest castles… Read More Charming or a haunted castle of Malahide!
Guinness is known worldwide for its dark colored beer and visiting its brewery was our topmost priority, when we were in its hometown. Guinness was started in 1759, by the beer mastermind Arthur Guinness, using his unique recipe of just four ingredients (Water, barley, hops, and yeast) and is now sold worldwide even after hundreds… Read More A visit to Guinness Storehouse – Home of the Black Stuff!
Often known as the prettiest country in Europe, a visit to Ireland is a complete package for all kind of travelers. Adventure, romantic and fun-filled memories are what you should be expecting if you are planning a trip to Ireland. You can choose to explore this blazing green island either leisurely or jam-pack your itinerary,… Read More Why you have to visit the beautiful Ireland!