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Bloomsday is a celebration of the Dublin wanderings of James Joyce’s character Leopold Bloom in the novel Ulysses. Ulysses follows the life and thoughts of main character Leopold Bloom and Read More



My Ireland, a poem by Dublin poet and playwright Stephen James Smith

This poem is phenomenal. Honestly, we are not exaggerating. If you want to learn more about Ireland in 2017, watch or read this new work by Dublin poet and playwright Stephen Read More



Harveys Point hotel, Donegal.

The TripAdvisor 2017 Travellers’ Choice top hotel votes have been counted and the results are in. The “Top 10 Irish hotels” list features some Ireland Chauffeur Travel favorites and is Read More



Wild Atlantic Way: what a view

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way: It’s that time of the year when – with a sense of adventure pervading – we make plans for vacations and new adventures. And there’s no Read More



Christmas hampers ready for delivery

The halls are decked with holly and there’s no doubt it’s the season to be (extra) jolly as the 2016 holiday season excitement builds. In Ireland, food is at the Read More



Thanksgiving is a special time of year, a time to reflect on what we are thankful for, gather with family and friends. While Thanksgiving is celebrated predominately by Americans and Read More


Game of Thrones in Northern Ireland


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It may be goodbye to Game of Thrones® for another season but Tourism Ireland is reminding fans everywhere that Westeros lives on in Northern Ireland! Tourism Ireland has unveiled one Read More



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Tourism Ireland recently released a series of videos showcasing the many wonderful sights to explore while on vacation in Ireland. Watch the videos below and experience the beauty and culture Read More



Choctaw Nation & Irish Famine

The Choctaw Nation is a tribe of Native Americans who have settled in Oklahoma State. Their connection with Ireland may seem strange and in many instances not known, but a Read More



St. Patrick’s Rock of Cashel Cashel, Co. Tipperary The Rock of Cashel gets it name from the Irish word “caiseal,” meaning “stone fort.” Around 448 A.D., St. Patrick came to Cashel and baptized Munster’s Read More