One of the first things you’ll notice in Ireland is the lack of big cities. Outside of the urban capitals – Dublin and Belfast – charming, small settlements dot the countryside. Here, we look at some of Ireland’s prettiest towns and villages. 1. Westport From the moment you first stroll its picturesque streets, you’ll understand
Dublin Airport is located 10km or 6 miles north of Dublin City Centre. If you’re looking for the best way to get from Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre we’ve looked at taxis, public and private buses and coaches, to help you choose the best transportation for you. Visitor Leap Card If you want to
It’s September and we have a lovely prize lined up. A selection of Irish handmade craft products, which include chocolate from Hazel Mountain Chocolate from County Clare and several craft products from craft producers based in County Wicklow. As always, to be in with a chance to win you’ll need to share your photos with
Ireland in spring is a beautiful place. Lambs leap in the fields. Hedgerows brim with vibrant flowers. What’s not to love?
It’s really common for our Vagabonds or Driftwooders to express an interest in tracing their Irish roots while visiting Ireland. You may be exploring your own extended family ancestry. You might even be looking for relatives to qualify for an Irish passport.
Back by popular demand, our very own traditional Irish music expert, VagaGuide John McKiernan, takes us on a journey through his top 10 favourite Irish songs.
We’ve compiled your ultimate Ireland travel guide. From practical advice on what to pack and how much to bring, to must see sights. This is your one stop shop for getting the most out of your trip to Ireland! This post was last updated on How to Prepare For Your Trip to Ireland Essential List
October is a great time to visit Ireland. To find out why, read our guide to Irish weather, festivals, food and packing.
It’s August and we have a lovely prize lined up. Connemara Marble has graciously donated a piece of jewelery as a prize for our August photo competition. As always, to be in with a chance to win you’ll need to share your photos with us on social media, and include the hashtag #MyVagabondTour. Keep reading to
Yes, if you have American or Canadian electrical devices you will need an electrical adaptor. In Ireland like the U.K. the plugs are three pin (see below). Besides a different shape plug, the voltage is significantly different too. In Europe it can be anywhere between 220-240 Volts, while in the U.S.A. and Canada it is