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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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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The best beer experiences happen in smaller cities around the continent where you’re free of the crowds of St. James Gate or Oktoberfest and can actually chat it up with locals who are just as passionate about their brews.
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Want to get your Game of Thrones lore on? Sample Irish shellfish to the sound of the pounding Atlantic? Go offshore in search of puffins? Take in some castle-hopping? These tour companies in Ireland cover the bases—and then some.
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It may be summer, but winter is indeed coming thanks to the return of HBO’s worldwide hit TV series Game of Thrones. The show’s gorgeous European filming locations are as epic in scale as the Seven Kingdoms themselves, and there’s good news for diehard fans – you can visit many of the filming locations today. From Dubrovnik, Croatia to Reykjavik, Iceland, we’ve gathered up a handful of the top Game of Thrones tours in the world worth checking out — dragon-free.
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