Ireland 2013

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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The City of Dublin
There's no place better to start an Irish adventure than Dublin, capital city of Ireland and home to 1.5 million of the friendliest people you'll ever likely to meet. read more

Learning the Bodhran
One of the greatest experiences you will ever have on your trip to Ireland will be listening to traditional Irish music. It's a joyous experience and something you will never forget. read more

The Last Leprechaun Whisperer
Its is believed that in Carlingford, Country Louth the last colony of leprechauns live deep within the mountains. read more

The Tain March
Ireland is home to great story telling and the recreation of Ireland's equivalent to Greek mythology is an experience one shouldn't miss. read more

Walking Through History
Londonderry, Derry, Doire or even 'Legenderry' as it has been recently renamed, is a centre of culture and creativity that is a must see on your trip to Ireland. read more

Zorbing
Zorbing is one of the latest extreme sports to sweep the world and just 45 minutes out of Belfast is a picturesque spot to throw yourself down a hill in a giant ball. read more

Mourne Food Trail
When you think of culinary delights Ireland may not be on the top of your list of countries but don't be fooled, the food here, particularly in areas like Enniskeen is incredible. read more

Bulmer's Mussels
Ghan House Cookery is the perfect location to learn how to create traditional Irish food and enjoy great hospitality. Bulmer's Mussels recipe. read more

Belfast
t's always exciting to visit a city on the move, and Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, is definitely one of those. read more

The Titanic and SS Nomadic
There would be few events in history that have captured the attention of the majority of the world's population the way the triumphant launch of the world's biggest cruise liner Titanic and her subsequent tragic sinking on her maiden voyage have. But not everyone realise she was built and began her voyage in Belfast Ireland and just over a year ago a spectacular museum opened honouring her contribution to world history. read more

Crumlin Road Gaol
Ireland is renowned for its eerie tales of the afterlife and equally spooky locations. The old Crumlin Road Gaol, in Belfast, is reputed to be the most haunted gaol in Ireland with ghostly apparitions and all manner of strange goings on. read more