Going off the beaten track in Ireland is worth it. There's a whole host of special places to discover, from impossibly beautiful little harbours to vast, undiscovered peninsulas, iconic castle ruins to ancient bog bodies. There's even what locals cal...
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Hitting the road with your friends, your significant other, or as a solo traveler can result in incredible, life-changing trips for everyone involved. But if you're close to your mom and want a really memorable experience with her, a one-on-one mother-daughter vacation feels particularly special. If you're stumped on a locale, we've rounded up our 12 favorite mother-daughter trip spots around the world.
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Walking is a popular activity in Ireland, for natives and visitors alike, but which are the best Irish routes to choose? Here you'll find seven of the best, namely six of the popular signposted long-distance routes, and a combined suggestion of two-day trips up Ireland's most popular mountains. Pick at your leisure, but never forget to stay safe—good walking gear is essential in any case.
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Going to the spa is always luxurious, but how about going to a spa in a location with some history behind it? Few things are more exciting than staying at a hotel with a connection to pop culture or history. These are hotels that not only have interesting and exciting backgrounds but also have renowned hotel spas to make for a relaxing vacation.
Beyond the pale of Dublin's fair city, where tourists pour into the Guinness Storehouse at St. James's Gate, there's a rebellion of flavor brewing with the country's latest wave of craft beer. To get a taste of it, spend a week sampling seven of som...
Dublin is filled with history, hospitality, literary connections, and a welcoming vibe that makes everyone want to stay. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/view/dublin-experiences/
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Harry Potter, Star Wars, Braveheart – iconic films are shot in iconic places. And in Ireland, we have iconic places by the bucketload. Our breathtaking peninsulas, charming villages and out-of-this-world heritage sites have all featured on celluloid...
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Known for its medieval history and Georgian architecture, the city sits on the banks of the River Shannon, Ireland's longest river. It's location and rich cultural offerings means Limerick is a great city for everything from museums to outdoor activities. And even if you don't want to play yourself, you can certainly enjoy a lively match of rugby or hurling — two sports the city is especially well known for.