Down through the centuries, Ireland's beautiful countryside has proved irresistible to the wealthy and powerful who wanted to leave their mark. Whether they were Norman knights, eccentric aristocrats or gamblers-made-good, their castles still dot the...
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Blessed with a mild temperate climate, fertile soil and maybe just a little bit of magic, Ireland is a plant-lover's paradise. The sheer variety of gardens you encounter as you travel around the island will beguile even the most exacting gardening en...
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When you think of the United Kingdom, the first place that comes to mind is probably London. The bustling city is a favorite, popular for being rich in history, culture, style, and, of course, great food. There are so many other places you can travel to in the UK aside from London, though, that have just as much history, beauty, and charm and you should try to make it to at least a few of them. Read on for some UK travel inspo.
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Follow in the footsteps of one of the world's most beloved saints, while taking in Ireland's rich Early Christian heritage. This is St Patrick's Country.
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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.