Kissing Ireland’s Blarney Stone banned for first time in 600 years
In the latest blow dealt by COVID-19, visitors can no longer kiss Ireland’s beloved chunk of limestone and gain the gift of the gab.
Australian landmarks go green for St Patrick’s Day
Parades around the world may have been cancelled, but that hasn’t stopped landmarks and buildings, near and far, from marking St Patrick’s Day.
Sustainability underpins Tourism Ireland’s new three-year marketing strategy
Looking to enhance your reading experience for this story? Travel Weekly recommends whacking on a track by The Cranberries, The Boomtown Rats or even The Corrs – just not U2.
“Make your way to your nearest exit”: Air NZ teases Irish rugby fans with hilarious safety video
by Huntley Mitchell
When it comes to inflight safety videos, Air New Zealand is right up there in terms of uniqueness and hilarity, and this latest effort by the airline is no exception.
Guests give hotel five-star reviews, despite it not being open
A hotel in Dublin has been on the receiving end of shining reviews before opening to the public. Find out how here.
STUDY: Ireland suffering significant slowdown for international arrivals
It appears the luck of the Irish is running out, and hunting for leprechauns has fallen out of fashion with tourists, according to this analysis.
Here are the must-visit foodie hotspots in Ireland
This article had us drooling on our keyboard and feeling shameful about our lunch. We think the only cure is booking a flight to Ireland ASAP.
Here’s why so many screen tourists are visiting Ireland
This article had us daydreaming about riding a dragon over scenic Northern Ireland, until our boss politely asked us to sit down.
Three Irish cities that will take your breath away
Don’t worry, they won’t literally give you breathing difficulties. Unless you’re allergic to welcoming people, a buzzing atmosphere, and a wealth of things to see and do.
The seven best European castles you can actually stay in
Live out all your royal fantasies and check-in to one of Europe’s finest castles. Prince charming not included.
FLIGHT CANCELLATIONS: Thousands could be affected amid Ryanair strikes
If you’re planning to fly on one of Europe’s most popular airlines this month, you’re going to want to read this.
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