The Shannon’s hidden tales of mythical monsters, an abandoned medieval village, ruined monasteries, and one of Europe’s oldest pubs can be navigated by water or road.
Get ready to put on your finest green attire and feast on corned beef and cabbage with—what else?—a pint of Guinness at these beloved establishments.
Unique places to stay as seen in some of our favorite films, no matter your approach to the holiday.
No other brand of beer is quite as connected with a city like Guinness is with Ireland’s capital.
One of Ireland’s most scenic yet little-known regions, northwest Donegal is tucked away between the mountains and the sea in one of the most remote parts of the country.
The Irish capital is known for its tradition of decadent afternoon tea—here’s where to find the best options around the city.
For art lovers, there’s no better place to take it all in than in Dublin, with its world-class museums and galleries.
Novelist Johanna Lane, a native of Ireland, shares some of her favorite spots off the well-trodden tourist route.
For a pint and a healthy dose of Irish literary history, head to one of these historic Dublin sites, many of which have been frequented by the greatest Irish writers in history.