Travel the beautiful isle of Ireland, from the rugged Mourne mountains to the wild Atlantic Coast, Ireland hosts such wide ranges of natural beauty that it continues to excite and attract visitors. While nature is the main attraction, it's towns and cities are not to be missed, offering the opportunity for some real Irish 'craic agus ceoil'.
Ireland ToursTravelling to Ireland ? Not sure where to visit ? Get the most out of your tour by planning your trip and knowing what things to see and which places to visit. Use the Moving Postcards to help you decide.
Ireland CastlesInterested in visiting a castle when in Ireland ? Then consider Bunratty Castle in County Clare or Malihide Castle in Dublin. For a full list of castles see the following :
Ireland Bord FailteBórd Fáilte, the former National Tourism Board of Ireland, has been replaced by Fáilte Ireland. Fáilte meaning welcome in Gaelge the Irish Language. You can visit there website here.
Things to do in IrelandVisiting Ireland then don't miss the following : Guinness Hop Store in Dublin, Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Giant's Causeway in County Antrim and the Ring of Kerry in County Kerry. Se the Moving Postcards of North Clare.
Places to visit in IrelandWhen in Ireland consider visiting the following great locations. County Wicklow - very close to Dublin. Howth Harbour - a working fishing harbour on the Dublin coast. Head West and enjoy the natural beauty of County Mayo. See the Moving Postcards of Mayo South.
Cities in IrelandWhile Dublin City is the capital city of Ireland, don't miss out on the pleasures of some of the smaller cities such as Belfast, Cork, Galway and Limerick. See the Moving Postcards of Cork City.
Day Trips from Dublin.There is much to do and see very close to Dublin. Such as spending a day in the Wicklow Mountains or visit Glendalough also in Wicklow. The ancient site of New Grange is easily within reach. For a short trip visit Howth and Malihide both on bus and Dart train from Dublin City. See he Moving Postcards of Howth.
Airports in IrelandThe main International Airports are Dublin, Cork and Shannon. There is also an airport in Knock County Mayo and some smaller regional airports such as Farranfore in County Kerry and Dungloe in County Donegal.
Irish AirlinesThe largest Irish Airline is Ryanair - offering services across Europe. The former state owned airline- Aer Lingus offers services to Europe and the USA. Of course many more airlines fly to the main airports form Europe and the USA.
Trip to IrelandPlanning a trip to Ireland ? Then check some of the great places to visit such as West Cork, Donegal, Mayo, Clare, Galway and much more in our Moving Postcards Video Travel Guide below.
The Best Travel Destinations in Ireland