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24 hours in Dublin

The capital of Ireland is one of those destinations perfect both for families and single travellers ready to get the party started. The home of the Guinness beer (which here for sure tastes better), is also a home to many amazing pubs and bars as well as many parks perfect for picnics with your loved […]

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Airport bus Dublin

Dublin Airport (DUB), or in Irish, Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath, is the international airport serving  the capital (and many other cities) of Ireland. It is located in Collinstown, only 10 kilometres north of Dublin. The number of passengers increases each year, in fact, in 2016 Dublin Airport broke its own record by having almost 28 […]

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St. Patrick’s Day

Traditional Feast of Saint Patrick, or more popular as Saint Patrick’s Day, is a religious and cultural holiday celebrated on 17 March since the 17th century, the day when the foremost Irish saint died. The celebrations consist of parades, wearing green, drinking and dancing. The holiday is celebrated mostly in Ireland, but everywhere in the […]

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What to see in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is officially still part of the United Kingdom but a long history of Troubles has made it stand out as a separate destination for ever growing number of tourists visiting this amazing Irish region. Wherever you go you will be surprised by the amount of good vibrations coming from the understanding of recent […]

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