Yes, we really do leave beer for Santa. No, you can’t refuse mince pies. Christmas in Ireland = lots and lots of Irish Christmas food and drink.
Looking for the best Irish movies to watch this festive season? John is here with the ultimate Irish film list.
Christmas in Ireland is HUGE. Irish Christmas traditions boast deep origins, both Christian and pagan, that live on into the 21st century.
Did you know the origin of Halloween was Celtic Ireland? Over a thousand years ago, our ancestors celebrated the beginning of winter in a festival called Samhain.
Irish food in a nutshell: keep your tea strong, your butter pure, and have dinner for breakfast! One of our amazing VagaGuides, John, navigates your path through the rules of eating in Ireland.
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
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.