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Top 8 Romantic Locations in Ireland to Propose

Ireland is awash with romantic locations. Whether you are proposing, celebrating an anniversary, rekindling your love or indeed getting married, you’re bound to find a place in Ireland that will take your  breath away. Some of Vagabond’s favourite romantic locations have even inspired some of our guides and passengers to pop the question. That is what inspired us

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South East Ireland’s Top 5 Visitor Experiences

Looking for a truly immersive Irish experience? We’ve taken a look a 5 must visit experiences in South East Ireland – otherwise known as Ireland’s Ancient East.  Capture the essence of Irish history & culture; unearth the stories behind those who emigrated and  discover the industries that thrived and became world renowned.  Or, sample the

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Top 7 Irish Festivals 2017

Ireland where the music is hopping and the craic is mighty! Is it no wonder we host some of the best festivals in the world? Here are our top 7 Irish festivals not to be missed in 2017. 1 – Lisdoonvarna – 1st of September – 7thof October   Each year romantic hopefuls from all over

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Top 5 Castle Ruins to See in Ireland

Ireland’s landscapes are scattered with Castle ruins –  some owned by private landlords and some open to the public… Located in strategic areas, such as on high ground or coastlines, where the countryside could be scanned for invaders. Irish castle ruins have borne witness to events that shaped the course of Irish history. Built and ruled

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Spring Break in Ireland.. Why You Need to Experience it.

Ireland in spring is a beautiful place. Sights, sounds and scents fill the senses. From the energy of young lambs running around green fields, to vibrantly coloured flowers shooting up, to the fun and excitement around St Patrick’s Day. What’s not to love? St Patrick’s Day Festival – 16th – 19th March Celebrated almost worldwide,

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The Origin of Halloween in Ireland – The History of this Celtic Festival

Many people don’t know the origin of Halloween stems from Ireland’s Celtic past.  Every year the Celts would celebrate four festivals. Halloween was the Celtic Autumn festival which was held between the 31st of October and 1st of November.  The name of this festival was called Samhain.  The Original Celtic calendar Imbolc (pronounced  “im-bulk” ): 1st February

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