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Whether you're looking for a ramble in Ireland's countryside, or you're after a lively city break in Dublin, Ireland is a great choice for a multi-stop tour or a nature-wrapped road trip. Delicious food and pints of Guinness are always a stone's throw away, and so too are historic castles and live performances of traditional music. Our travel experts have found the best holidays and have reviewed the top hotels and chosen the best things to do that will suit any kind of traveller.

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The ultimate Ireland travel guide

Pure, rambling countryside, lively city breaks, wholesome food and pints and dramatic coastline - Ireland is a great choice for a multi-stop tour or nature-wrapped road trip


A city of Irish charm, spirited music and Guinness galore, it couldn't be easier to explore Irish heritage and culture in Dublin. Learn about the history of Dublin Castle and St Patrick's Cathedral before enjoying a pint and listening to Irish music in some of Temple Bar's oldest pubs that date back to 1198.

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Seaweed baths and stargazing in Sligo

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