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Monday, November 23, 2020

Traditional food for an Irish Halloween

In times past and just as much today, an Irish Halloween is a harvest festival celebrated with a feast for the family.

Dublin, Dracula and the stories of the undead

The world’s most famous vampire was the creation of Dubliner Bram Stoker, who was inspired by the city and Ireland’s tales of...

Ghostly goings on across the island of Ireland

Ireland isn’t short of a ghost or three, and Halloween is the perfect time for eerie encounters. Haunted houses,...

New viewing case for Ireland’s precious Book of Kells

One of Ireland’s most important cultural treasures has a new state-of-the-art home that enhances viewing and safeguards it for future generations.

Mark’s Irish Fisherman’s Pie

Irish Fisherman's Pie.. The perfect family meal using fresh fish! Ingredients 200g hake, skinned...

Celtic Ireland, where Halloween all began

Halloween is coming – but did you know it is Ireland we have to thank for the most popular customs and traditions...

Golfers: a traditional Royal Portrush welcome awaits

A newly released Tourism Ireland video showcases the Northern Irish venue for the 148th Open Championship one year on.

Healthy and Safe Vacationing Together, Here in Québec!

Now that summer is in full swing and that travellers are responding to our invitation to say Bonjour Québec, the Alliance de l'industrie...
Caerlaverock Castle


From mystical stones to fairytale-like castles and gingerbread houses, Scotland simply oozes magic. Fire your children’s imagination when you take them on...
Lake Louise


Crouching atop the crown of the Big Beehive, I gaze down 500 m (1,640 ft) to the turquoise waters of Lake Louise...