All posts filed under: Ireland

The Cliffs of Moher: What To Expect

The Cliffs of Moher – a must visit when in Ireland! Something you definitely don’t want to miss. There are multiple travel agencies that offer a day tour to the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin. All are basically the same: you get onto a bus for four hours as you cross to the other side of the country and give you the right amount of time to explore the cliffs on your own. After the tour is over, they take you for lunch at a restaurant in a nearby town. After lunch, they take you to discover hidden gems in rural Ireland. 1 2 3 4 What To Expect. The weather in Ireland is bipolar. There could be a clear blue sky and five minutes later it could be pouring rain with a very cloudy sky.  That being said, be prepared. Bring everything you think you might need for this outdoor activity, such as: an umbrella, a scarf, gloves, a hair tie, sunglasses etc. Closer to the Cliffs, the strong winds get out of control. …

It’s Always Beer O’Clock In Dublin! Visiting The Guinness Storehouse.

Did you know that in 1759, Arthur Guinness leased this property at IR 45 for 9,000 years!! Oh my GUINNESS! Now that’s a good deal. See what I did there? Visiting the Guinness storehouse is a must-do when in Dublin. The entire experience/tour takes approximately two to three hours to complete. To avoid waiting in line, purchase your tickets in advance and bring along your confirmation voucher to show it to the guard at the main entrance. This saved us at least an hour and a half of waiting in line just to purchase the tickets. Tip # 1: Purchase your tickets in advance (and don’t forget to print your voucher!) Visit https://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/tickets to purchase your tickets! Determine your ticket category (child, student or adult) and then select the time you would like to visit. Make sure you don’t miss your designated time slot! If so, you go to the back of the line. The good thing is that you have a 30-minute time slot to arrive. Tip # 2: Be on time! Plan ahead …

4 Reasons To Travel To Dublin

Everyone who had been to Dublin always says this city is a must in your travel to do list. Dublin has everything for everyone. Here are five reasons why you should visit this vibrant city: 1.THE IRISH LIFESTYLE They are the coolest, by far. Dublin locals know how to live the right way, always optimistic. If they are having fun, then they know they are doing it right. The local pub is the place to go after work. There’s nothing a large Guinness beer can’t solve! 2.THE HISTORY Let’s rewind all the way to the 1200’s. Discover Irish’s history in the Medieval Quarter, learn all about the Dublin Castle, Christ Church and St Patrick’s Cathedral. Explore other main local attractions with rich history, such as St Stephen’s Green and Trinity College. Did you know the majority of museums in Ireland offer free entrance to the public? This includes: the National Gallery, Chester Beatty Library etc. 3.THE CLIFFS OF MOHER If you want to get in touch with nature and visit amazing landscapes, then a visit …

Review: Camden Court Hotel in Dublin 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  📍Address: 2 Camden Street Lower, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 2, Ireland  🖥 Website: http://www.camdencourthotel.com  📞 Phone Number: +353 1 475 9666    The Camden Court Hotel in Dublin is just what you’re looking for great location and commodity. Located in the heart of Dublin, the Camden Court Hotel is within walking distance from all top attractions and main happenings.  This 4-star hotel offers an array of complimentary extras such as access to the hotel’s leisure centre which includes a 16 metre swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and fully equipped gym. Need we say more?  Complimentary high speed Wi-Fi throughout your stay. Best. News. Ever for every young traveler like myself!  If you’re breakfast is not included, you have the option to pay at the entrance if you are in the mood for a traditional Irish breakfast before touring the city.  The staff is very friendly and always willing to help arranging anything you might need throughout your stay. The concierge was very kind to let us store our luggage in the hotel’s lobby since …