Ireland

Gastronomic Ireland

Gastronomic Ireland

Review your prejudices! Ireland is now playing in the big leagues when it comes to gastronomy. Over the past 20 years, the Green Island has been able to take advantage […]

Donegal: life-size Ireland

Donegal: life-size Ireland

Donegal, Ireland's northernmost county, boasts landscapes of rugged beauty, with cliffs battered by powerful winds, mountains and moors enhanced with the bright yellow of gorse. Its harsh climate is offset […]

Festive Ireland warms up winter

Festive Ireland warms up winter

The Irish love to party in all seasons. In winter, they prove it at festivals and warm events, especially on the occasion of the New Year. Forming one of the treasures of the country, living music, […]

Dublin activities and tours

Dublin activities and tours

Dublin activities and tours Culture - Infos locales : pour tout savoir sur les concerts, pièces de théâtre, expos... consulter plutôt Totally Dublin ou The Dublin Tourist Guide. Très bien informé et gratuit. On les trouve surtout dans les hôtels et […]

Practical life on site Ireland

Practical life on site Ireland

Practical life on site Ireland Time difference In Ireland, we are at GMT in winter and GMT + 1 in summer, i.e. 1 hour late all year round compared to France. When it is 12 p.m. in France, it is therefore 11 a.m. in Ireland. While waiting for the European […]

Ireland thematic routes

Ireland thematic routes

Ireland thematic routes Spectacular landscapes The steep cliffs (Moher, Achill Island, Slieve League, Beara ...) The Burren Lunar Karst Aran Islands The Skellig Islands The basalt rocks of Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland Old stones Ireland has countless […]

Recommended routes Ireland

Recommended routes Ireland

Recommended routes Ireland 14 Days in Ireland from Dublin: Dublin & Surrounding Area, Northern Ireland & Donegal Days 1 and 2: Dublin deserves some attention. Choices include Trinity College, National Museum, National Gallery, Guinness Brewery, […]

Dublin history

Dublin history

Dublin history The origins of Dublin In the first centuries of our era, the geographer Ptolemy cites the name of a locality, Eblana, located approximately where Dublin is located. Celts had settled, as early as prehistoric times, on the banks of the Liffey, […]

Celebrate Saint Patrick in his stronghold

Celebrate Saint Patrick in his stronghold

The 17 march, Ireland celebrates its patron saint and, across the world, the Irish diaspora raise their glasses in honor of Patrick. While Dublin's most spectacular […]

Everyone to the pub for Saint Patrick's Day!

Everyone to the pub for Saint Patrick's Day!

Sunday March 17, it will be hard to drink in the pubs! Like the Irish, the French will not fail to celebrate the Saint Patrick. To the tune of the Chieftains, Guinness […]

Ireland: Munster Vales, a land of legends

Ireland: Munster Vales, a land of legends

It's not a legend ! As the slogan said, we come for Ireland and we come back for the Irish. Do you want to (re) find the roots of ancient Ireland? Head to the Munster […]

Our best pubs and bars in Dublin

Our best pubs and bars in Dublin

Going to the pub, having a good drink, meeting Irish people, listening to music… So many little pleasures inseparable from any trip to Ireland. The pub is a Green […]

Dublin walks

Dublin walks

Capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is one of the most popular city destinations in Europe. On the spot, we understand why: a rather friendly and relaxed […]

Belfast, the other Ireland

Belfast, the other Ireland

Less known than Dublin, the capital of Northern Ireland deserves to be discovered. Now peaceful and accessible by direct flight from France, Belfast is proving to […]

Where to eat: pubs, food and drink Dublin

Where to eat: pubs, food and drink Dublin

Where to eat: pubs, food and drink Dublin Restaurants Dublin has become a real gastronomic capital and the offer turns out to be very rich. One thing will surprise you: some beautiful addresses have an incredible noise level ... cheerfully supported by the […]

Dublin Identity Card

Dublin Identity Card

Dublin Identity Card - Area  Population  Density Official languages  Currency  Mayor  Status: capital of the Republic of Ireland. Urban geography It doesn & rsquo; city of Dublin: the Liffey which flows from west to east separates […]

Dublin thematic routes

Dublin thematic routes

Dublin thematic routes Music Between traditional and rock music, you will be spoiled. It's exploding all over the Temple Bar and Camden neighborhoods ...  Don't miss the Rock Museum, which lives up to Ireland's prestigious reputation. With family, […]

Eastern Ireland, around Dublin

Eastern Ireland, around Dublin

The east of Ireland has a special character. If we find there for example landscapes of fragmented coast typical of the island, it is distinguished by a charming […]

Cork, condensed from Ireland

Cork, condensed from Ireland

Cork, the second largest municipality in the Republic of Ireland by its population (125 inhabitants and 000 in the county) is dynamic, commercial, and student. In […]

Dublin, our 10 favorites

Dublin, our 10 favorites

Whether it's for a festive weekend on St. Patrick's Day (March 17) or the rest of the year, warm Dublin will welcome you with open arms… and not just in pubs. […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Dublin

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Dublin

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Dublin Where to sleep in Dublin? Unless you live in AJ or have large means, the best solution is to choose accommodation in residential areas like Glasnevin or Ballsbridge. Quiet and green, they are also less off-center […]

Culture: where to go out Ireland

Culture: where to go out Ireland

Culture: where to go out Ireland Music Festivals, fleadhtha and seisiúin If a good part of musical life is concentrated in pubs, there are many other places where it is expressed. A fleadh (pronounced "fla", plural fleadhtha) is a popular gathering of traditional […]

Transport and travel Ireland

Transport and travel Ireland

Transport and travel Ireland The stop If hitchhiking has been a national sport, its practice has become exceptional. However, in some remote areas where public transport is scarce, there is nothing to stop trying. Public transport By combining Bus Eireann, […]

Money and budget Ireland

Money and budget Ireland

Money and budget Ireland Money, banks, exchange In the Republic of Ireland (Éire) Since 2002, theeuro in all Irish wallets. Northern Ireland Here, we pay in pound sterling (pound in English). As of 2019, 1 pound (£ or GBP) was around € 1,15. During […]

New Year Festival in Dublin: Welcome to 2015!

New Year Festival in Dublin: Welcome to 2015!

Celebrate the New Year in Ireland? Good idea, because here the party lasts 3 days! Dublin awaits you to celebrate the transition to the year 2015 in a festive atmosphere worthy of its reputation. From […]

Secret Ireland: 10 sites to discover

Secret Ireland: 10 sites to discover

Already familiar with Dublin, the Dingle Peninsula and Giant's Causeway? There is still a lot to discover in Ireland, an island small in size, but large in its natural, […]

The Gathering Ireland 2013: Celebrating Ireland!

The Gathering Ireland 2013: Celebrating Ireland!

The Irish are not known for their lack of enthusiasm when it comes to partying and even less for their lack of hospitality! Throughout 2013, they will prove it rather […]

10 good reasons to go to Ireland this winter

10 good reasons to go to Ireland this winter

Inspiring landscapes, festive cities, untouched traditions, seals, northern lights and magnificent light… Winter is a prime season to (re) visit Ireland. No need to bundle up, the climate is generally […]

Ireland, on the South East routes

Ireland, on the South East routes

In the south-east of Ireland, county wicklow than Wexford, we set off in the footsteps of the past, discovering in turn the oldest city in the country, thousand-year-old monasteries, medieval castles, […]

The Lakelands, a secret Ireland

The Lakelands, a secret Ireland

Do you think you know everything about Ireland then? In the center of Southern Ireland. A region of immense natural lakes fed over more than 300 km by the Shannon […]

Ireland: Galway, European Capital of Culture in 2020

Ireland: Galway, European Capital of Culture in 2020

The Irish city of Galway has been designated European Capital of Culture for the year 2020 by the European Union, as has Rijeka, a Croatian city. On this occasion, Galway has prepared a program of events […]

Health and Safety Ireland

Health and Safety Ireland

Health and Safety Ireland Health - In the event of a big problemAs Ireland is part of the European Union, residents of other EU countries can be treated free of charge in the emergency department of public hospitals. Condition: have the European health insurance […]

Identity card Ireland

Identity card Ireland

Identity card Ireland The island of Ireland - Area: 84 403 km² Political division: the United Great Britain and Northern Ireland.- Administrative divisions: 26 county UNESCO World Heritage Sites: in the Republic of Ireland (Éire): Skellig Michael Island […]

Traditions and customs Ireland

Traditions and customs Ireland

Traditions and customs Ireland The Irish Pub The pub is probably one of Ireland's best-known institutions. It irresistibly evokes warm atmospheres where conviviality mingles with malty smells ... Here, we collect our consumption at the counter, difficult […]

What to eat, food and drink Ireland

What to eat, food and drink Ireland

What to eat, food and drink Ireland Kitchen In the past, we didn't talk about Irish gastronomy. It confined itself to the "fundamentals", such asIrish stew (national dish, a stew of mutton, lamb or beef), to simple dishes offered in pubs (grub pub) and traditional […]

Where to sleep, accommodation and hotels Ireland

Where to sleep, accommodation and hotels Ireland

Where to sleep, accommodation and hotels Ireland Camping Irish campsites are fairly easy to find, although many, more geared towards caravanning, leave little room for tents. Some AJs also have a field reserved for campers. L & rsquove you well, and […]

Entry formalities and useful contacts Ireland

Entry formalities and useful contacts Ireland

Entry formalities and useful contacts Ireland Entry formalities - For adults, a valid identity card is sufficient. Please note that expired passports and identity cards are not accepted. Dozens of tourists are still turned away every year for lack […]

Belfast, Titanic madness

Belfast, Titanic madness

Here is a subject which unites Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland: the Titanic. And it does not matter that it sank on the night of April 14 to 15, 1912, […]

Recommended routes Dublin

Recommended routes Dublin

Recommended routes Dublin 3 days in Dublin 1er day We necessarily start at Daniel O'Connell statue, the great hero of Ireland, on the street of the same name. Other heroes await you higher up, at the GPO, the Grande Poste, theater of the 1916 Easter Rising. […]

Best Dublin hotels and accommodation

Best Dublin hotels and accommodation

Best Dublin hotels and accommodation Youth hostels - Four Courts Hostel: In an elegant building, very well renovated and decorated with amusing frescoes. Rooms (with magnetic card), dormitories, decent sanitary facilities. Laundry, fitted kitchen, luggage […]

What to do Ireland

What to do Ireland

What to do Ireland Sports and games The sport occupies an even expression of Irish nationalism and has chapters all over the world, wherever Irish communities are found. Hurling Hurling is a genre of field hockey, which deserves the title of the fastest […]

Practical information and useful contacts Dublin

Practical information and useful contacts Dublin

Practical information and useful contacts Dublin Tourist information - Irish Tourist Board The tourist offices of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have had the good idea to come together under the single banner of “Irish Tourism”. […]

Gastronomy: the Irish art of living

Gastronomy: the Irish art of living

To do yourself good in winter, nothing beats a good meal with friends. And, to feast on, Ireland has more to do with comfort food with dishes as generous as they are delicious. The green island […]

Ireland: 4 trips to do this winter

Ireland: 4 trips to do this winter

Soon winter. How about going to Ireland? Thanks to its mild climate and the warmth of its welcome, the Green Island can be visited all year round. Forget your gloves and other mittens, but absolutely […]

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