Ireland’s North West offers such a variety – from endless beaches, fjords and cliffs to lush hills and beautiful castles. After a morning beach walk and some sea shell seeking at Louisburgh beach we were heading south. We drove past Delphi and a nearby fjord, saw rivers and valleys . There is so much to see […]
The roads along Ireland’s west coast are perfect for a road trip. Nature is overwhelming and trails throughout the area invite hikers and explorers. Get some impressions of this trip, starting from Sligo Abbey going South to beautiful Achill Island.
OR Northern Ireland in one day Titanic Belfast Anything better than starting a grey foggy day by visiting a museum? No, not to me. And the Titanic Museum in Belfast is easily one of the best I have ever been to! However, tickets are quite pricey (about 20€ pp.). And if you are not a […]
Day 3 went by quickly. It was pouring rain all day so we decided to postpone our trip to the cliffs of Moher and visit Galway instead. Galway can easily be explored by foot. It has a lovely pedestrian area, called Shop Street. Because of the rain we spent more time in shops than on […]
Day Two: Blarney Castle – Ring of Kerry We started this day with an Irish Breakfast. And you will see, we pretty much carried on this “food theme” for the rest of our journey. Full Irish for breakfast and the end of the day can be categorized under pub food. Honestly, this is not my favorite […]
In Advance: We took this trip in April, when spring was coming to Ireland. Whenever you go, especially on a longer trip, you have got to expect rainy days. Irish weather is not just a cliché and you might have three seasons throughout one day, coming along with storm, hail and bright sunshine. We spent 8 days […]
Hello everybody! Greetings from Ireland! Have you ever thought of coming to Dublin for the biggest and brightest of all Irish holidays? And I better tell you that on March 17th everyone is Irish! I want to give you a couple of tips on how to get through this green madness if you plan on visiting Dublin for […]