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Ireland: a new aurora borealis and star observation center opens next month

Did you know that? Autumn is an ideal time to observe the Northern Lights in Ireland! On this occasion, a brand new observation center will open its doors in...[...]

Northern Ireland opens its museum dedicated to the Game of Thrones series!

Fans of the TV series Games of Thrones will be happy. The Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge, Northern Ireland, will soon open its doors and unveil its brand new...[...]

Unusual: bioluminescent plankton lights up a beach in County Cork, Ireland!

Insolite Tourist sites 19 August 2020
Have you ever seen a beach glow in the dark? That’s what happened at Fountainstown beach, a beach in County Cork, Ireland, on Sunday night from Sunday to Monday....[...]

Ireland: the island of Skellig Michael will remain closed to visitors until 2021

Coronavirus Tourist sites 1 August 2020
Visitors will not be able to visit the island of Skellig Michael until 2021. This is unfortunate news, once again resulting from the coronavirus health crisis. The Irish Office...[...]

Dublin’s historic café “Bewley’s”, finally saved from bankruptcy!

Dublin Tourist sites 1 August 2020
The Bewley’s in Dublin is a real institution, where Dubliners and travellers loved to have breakfast, drink tea and eat delicious pastries in an exceptional art deco setting. A...[...]

Cliffs of Moher: the government is going to modernise its installations for 16 million euros

Tourist sites 30 June 2020
County Clare Council in Ireland is planning to upgrade the tourist facilities at the Cliffs of Moher. 16.5 million project, which should enable the country’s most touristy site to...[...]

Dalkey: a 275-year-old irish pub closes its doors

Coronavirus Tourist sites 15 June 2020
The small seaside town of Dalkey (Co. Dublin) is currently mourning the end of one of its oldest institutions: the irish pub “The Queen’s”, has just announced its definitive...[...]

Dublin Zoo reopens its doors this Tuesday, June 2nd!

Closed since March 12th, Dublin Zoo is back in operation today! This is good news, which is part of the progressive deconfinement implemented in Ireland. A family activity that...[...]

Killarney National Park: a fire devastates 60 hectares

Faits divers Tourist sites 30 March 2020
A terrible fire has seen more than 60 hectares of Killarney National Park in Ireland go up in smoke. The fire was brought under control in 4 hours. ...[...]

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