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Inside Background
This is a listing of info from the tourist office. Cultural Sligo Traditional...
Last edited: April 28, 2008
This is some useful information about Health & Wellness in County Sligo.
Last edited: January 06, 2007
Sligo is probably one of the most ancient communities in Ireland. A causewayed...
Last edited: November 10, 2015
This is lots of info about ALL the Towns and Villages of County Sligo 
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Travelers may find it helpful to get tourist information from Sligo’s tourism...
Last edited: October 09, 2013
Lots of up to date weather info available at the Irish Met Bureau site. 
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Inside Transportation
By plane:  The nearest airport to Sligo is Knock Airport  (Ireland West) which...
Last edited: August 15, 2013
Visitors will find that the best means of getting in to Sligo is via rental car...
Last edited: July 27, 2006
This is a great link for all your transport needs in the Sligo Region. County...
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Travelers who fly directly in to Sligo via the Sligo Airport will likely find...
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Inside Things to Do
This is info about Water-based Activities in County Sligo
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Sligo is, first and foremost, an Irish town, and because of this, the events...
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Some info about activities for kids and families. Family Fun - Kiddies Corner
Last edited: January 04, 2007
The most popular tourist attractions in Sligo, oddly enough, are the cemeteries...
Last edited: July 27, 2006
Sligo’s nightlife is similar to most major cities in Ireland. Travelers will...
Last edited: May 05, 2012
There are several different performing arts options for Sligo travelers.  The...
Last edited: November 22, 2013
The most important thing for travelers to know about shopping in Sligo is that...
Last edited: September 29, 2008
This is some tourist office information about sport & other activities in...
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Wander around any or all the towns and villages of Sligo. Lots of great beaches...
Last edited: January 17, 2007
There is a great variety of sights to view as you Walk Around Sligo Town...
Last edited: November 10, 2015
Sligo is one of the live music capitals of Ireland. Great musicians and artists...
Last edited: November 15, 2011
This is information about Scenic Driving Tours in County Sligo. 
Last edited: January 04, 2007
This is tourist office information about Walking in County Sligo
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Carrowmore Tombs This is a great way to delve into the mysteries of the past...
Last edited: September 08, 2013
Knocknarea mountain, just over 300 meters, can be seen from all over County...
Last edited: November 10, 2015
Layers of history are revealed on the guided tour of this friary (Abbey is a...
Last edited: November 07, 2010
A must see for those in the area. Tobernalt Holy Well is a beautiful place to...
Last edited: January 04, 2007
Inside Dining Scene
Hands-down winner for lunch if you like mainly but not exclusively vegetarian...
Last edited: August 14, 2013
Inside Ireland: For Foreign Visitors
Currency   The Republic of Ireland ( Ireland Tourism) uses the Euro (€). The...
Last edited: May 29, 2015
Citizens of some countries require a visa for entry into Ireland. Visas issued...
Last edited: October 17, 2013
In case of emergency dial 112  this will access a central operator who will be...
Last edited: June 23, 2009
Ireland has two official languages, English and Irish ("Gaeilge" in...
Last edited: March 10, 2015
  Using the telephone, internet or other telecommunications services in Ireland...
Last edited: December 16, 2014
There is not a strong tipping culture in Ireland but many locals and...
Last edited: May 08, 2016
For details of transport options to and from Dublin Airport, see the Inside...
Last edited: January 02, 2007
Researching and then booking car rental (which is more commonly known as "car...
Last edited: September 07, 2016
Ireland is a member of the European Union.  Different rules apply on whether...
Last edited: March 27, 2006
1.   Speed limits. The Speed limit on most roads is 80km/h. National roads...
Last edited: June 07, 2016
Introduction During 2013, Dublin Airport handled over 20 million passengers...
Last edited: May 29, 2014
Internet Access    WiFi: Public WiFi services are available in many cafes...
Last edited: May 03, 2016
Getting Around Ireland on Public Transport Planning your Journey Information on...
Last edited: September 25, 2014
Some examples of Irish Slang and commonly-used Irish language phrases...
Last edited: August 10, 2016
One good way to keep food expenses lower for those on a tight budget is buy...
Last edited: July 30, 2014
What is a LEAP card?  A Leap Card is a reusable plastic smart card that can be...
Last edited: May 20, 2016
Roundabouts This Roundabout (Turning Circle) is actually in the United States...
Last edited: October 28, 2015
A fly-drive (or "self-drive") holiday in Ireland is a great way of exploring...
Last edited: October 12, 2015
Public restrooms can be scarce in Ireland. Just pop into hotels to use those in...
Last edited: July 19, 2011
Car Hire In Ireland - Points to remember All car hire companies in Ireland...
Last edited: June 27, 2016
Figuring out how to get the bill after a meal in Ireland used to be a mystery...
Last edited: September 02, 2012
Along with the adaptors for charging electronic items, it's a good idea to...
Last edited: February 26, 2008
Please don't forget to purchase comprehensive travel insurance before your...
Last edited: November 12, 2012