Monthly Archives: February 2010

Five Unusual Places To Spend St Patrick’s Day

UPDATE: Check out our 2012 Guide to Planning for St. Patrick’s Day. As everyone knows, the feast day of Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, is also a day when all things Irish are celebrated the world over. To that end,

Five Unusual Places To Spend St Patrick’s Day

UPDATE: Check out our 2012 Guide to Planning for St. Patrick’s Day. As everyone knows, the feast day of Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, is also a day when all things Irish are celebrated the world over. To that end,

Driving Connemara

In Ireland’s far west lies ruggedly beautiful Connemara, a place where barren purple hills rise out of the sea and unruly tufts of wild grass meet the road in wayward undulations.

Driving Connemara

In Ireland’s far west lies ruggedly beautiful Connemara, a place where barren purple hills rise out of the sea and unruly tufts of wild grass meet the road in wayward undulations.

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Transport Guide to Irish Airports

When visiting Ireland, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is how to get from the airport to your hotel or hostel. Here’s IrishJaunt’s no-nonsense guide to getting to and from Ireland’s airports.

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Transport Guide to Irish Airports

When visiting Ireland, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is how to get from the airport to your hotel or hostel. Here’s IrishJaunt’s no-nonsense guide to getting to and from Ireland’s airports.

Cork’s Best Pubs: A 10-Step Guide

Cork is a good city to visit when it comes to going out for a drink or two. To that end, here’s IrishJaunt’s ten-step guide to the best bars in Cork City – everything from old man pubs to gastropubs to nightclubs.

Cork’s Best Pubs: A 10-Step Guide

Cork is a good city to visit when it comes to going out for a drink or two. To that end, here’s IrishJaunt’s ten-step guide to the best bars in Cork City – everything from old man pubs to gastropubs to nightclubs.

Image courtesy UggBoy ( have fun doing it ) / Flickr

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Ireland

Related posts: Valentine’s Day 2011 in Ireland. Certain elements of Ireland’s identity and history play to romance. The wet, cobblestone streets, mythic love triangles and a sense of piety have always brought out a delight in love stories and the

Image courtesy UggBoy ( have fun doing it ) / Flickr

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Ireland

Related posts: Valentine’s Day 2011 in Ireland. Certain elements of Ireland’s identity and history play to romance. The wet, cobblestone streets, mythic love triangles and a sense of piety have always brought out a delight in love stories and the

Rocking Dublin

The Dublin Rock ‘n’ Roll Bus Tour, operating since 2008, is one of the best ways to get a sense of the musical hum of the city.

Rocking Dublin

The Dublin Rock ‘n’ Roll Bus Tour, operating since 2008, is one of the best ways to get a sense of the musical hum of the city.

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Fly & Drive

Flying can be expensive, but add on the cost of a rental car and you often haven’t got anything left to eat on during your next trip to Ireland. That’s why I am digging Aer Lingus’s Fly & Drive package deal

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Fly & Drive

Flying can be expensive, but add on the cost of a rental car and you often haven’t got anything left to eat on during your next trip to Ireland. That’s why I am digging Aer Lingus’s Fly & Drive package deal

Zoom, Zoom Galway

Each February, Ireland zooms to life at the Galway International Rally, the first major annual motorsport event in the country.

Zoom, Zoom Galway

Each February, Ireland zooms to life at the Galway International Rally, the first major annual motorsport event in the country.

Curracloe: End of the World

Walking down Curracloe Beach – a remote strip of Irish Sea coast northeast of the town of Wexford – is like reaching the world’s end. Time seems to stop. The wind blows. Tufts of grass sway and swish. Sand whips under your feet like invisible waves.

Curracloe: End of the World

Walking down Curracloe Beach – a remote strip of Irish Sea coast northeast of the town of Wexford – is like reaching the world’s end. Time seems to stop. The wind blows. Tufts of grass sway and swish. Sand whips under your feet like invisible waves.

Dublin Film Festival

The 2010 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival kicks off February 18, running for 11 days and showing some of the finest in Irish and international film.

Dublin Film Festival

The 2010 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival kicks off February 18, running for 11 days and showing some of the finest in Irish and international film.