The Ireland Blog 2017 | Top Attractions Ireland

  • Cork City - Lots to Love

    Cork City - Lots to Love

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    29 Jun 2015

    There’s ‘Lots to Love’ about Cork City. Often referred to as ‘Ireland’s real capital’ by its fiercely proud people. This compact city displays real character. Explore its fascinating history, traditional Irish pubs, fresh local food offerings and famous English Market. 

  • 10 Top Traditional Irish Nights of Entertainment this Summer

    10 Top Traditional Irish Nights of Entertainment this Summer

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    10 Jun 2015

    Experience a true sense of Ireland's cultural heritage at a Traditional Irish Night of entertainment, hosted in venues throughout the country. Whether you are captivated by the global Irish-phenomenon that is Riverdance; or you simply take to the stage to show your own talents at a local ‘Seisiún’, you're guaranteed to take home memories that will last a lifetime. 

  • Dublin City - Lots to Love

    Dublin City - Lots to Love

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    14 May 2015

    There's 'Lots to Love' about Ireland's capital. It's vibrant, welcoming and bursting with history, culture, family activities and an eclectic mix of pubs, cafes and restaurants. Named as one of the World’s Friendliest Cities by Conde Nast Traveller, Dublin is a must-visit!.

  • Belfast City - Lots to Love

    Belfast City - Lots to Love

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    03 Jun 2015

    There’s ‘Lots to Love’ about Belfast. It's a special city - packed with history, culture, exciting events, stylish bars, gourmet eateries, great shopping, stunning Victorian architecture and some amazing attractions, like the Titanic Belfast Experience. It makes for a fantastic city break! 

  • Limerick City - Lots to Love

    Limerick City - Lots to Love

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    24 Apr 2015

    There's 'Lots to Love' about Limerick City, Ireland's Riverside City - with the mighty River Shannon flowing though it. It's an historic city founded by the Vikings circa 922 A.D. and its city charter is older than Londons. It's castle, ancient walls and museums recall its dramatic past. It was designated Ireland's first National City of Culture in 2014. 

  • Galway City - Lots to Love

    Galway City - Lots to Love

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    01 May 2015

    There's 'Lots to Love' about Galway - the City of the Tribes - a thriving cultural hub, renowned for its friendly people, great nightlife, fabulous festivals and eclectic restaurants. You’ll get a taste of ‘Old Ireland’ here too, with traditional crafts, music and customs found in every corner of Galway’s city and county. 

  • May you live all the days of your life.

    Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745), Irish writer and satirist, who is buried in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.
  • Top 10 Tips for First Time Visitors to Ireland

    Top 10 Tips for First Time Visitors to Ireland

    Tags - Ireland Travel Tips
    By John Leonard
    27 Mar 2015

    Great, so you are planning to visit Ireland for the very first time. Here are a few tips from TopAttractionsIreland.com to help ensure you get the most from your visit. These include learnings based on the mistakes of others!

  • 60 Top websites to help you plan your Ireland Holiday

    60 Top websites to help you plan your Ireland Holiday

    Tags - Foodies, Guides, Ireland Travel Tips
    By Jayne Leonard
    26 Mar 2015

    If you are planning to visit Ireland, here are over 60 websites that will help you when planning all aspects of your visit.

  • Laughter is brightest where food is best. You'll laugh in Ireland!

    Irish Proverb
  • I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.  

    Oscar Wilde, Irish writer and poet (1854 - 1900).
  • Ireland. No strangers here, just friends you haven’t met!

    Brendan Behan (1923 – 1964), Irish poet, short story writer, novelist, and playwright.
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