There’s a reason the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is Ireland’s most famous visitor attraction. Not only is the home of Guinness; the world’s most famous stout, the tour itself is fun and fascinating. Plus, you get to taste a lot of Guinness, so it’s a win-win! History of Guinness Started by Arthur Guinness in 1759, Guinness has been a staple… Read More
Ireland is a country in Europe that is bordered to the North by Northern Ireland. These Ireland travel guides will help you plan your trip!
Skelling Michael is a remote island sitting 12 km off the coast of Ireland in the middle of the rugged seas of the Atlantic Ocean. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was one of the most fascinating things we visited in the entire country. (And that is saying a lot!) Getting to Skellig Michael is half the fun. The ride out… Read More
The Cliffs of Moher in Ireland offer visitors an awe-inspiring vista of cliff and sea, channeling the feeling of being at the bow of a ship and looking out onto the unfurling horizon. Located at the southwestern edge of County Clare, the Cliffs of Moher tower over the Atlantic coastline. The cliffs and its surrounding area of The Burren have… Read More
Where is Game of Thrones filmed you ask? We’ve got the answers. Dave and I have been to many Game of Thrones filming locations around the world and we round up the not to miss sets that you can visit right now! Game of Thrones is one of the most popular series in TV history. It’s no wonder it has sparked… Read More
Are you looking for the best things to do in Dublin? Then you have found it! Dublin is Ireland’s capital city and it is a town filled with culture, beauty, and Irish history. I know whenever we step foot on Irish soil, we feel a sense of excitement. This is the land of leprechauns and shamrocks (albeit we’ve never seen… Read More