Others’ articles about visiting Ireland

Chances are, you have either dreamed of visiting Ireland, or you already have visited.

If you’re dreaming, planning, or reminiscing about visiting Ireland, there’s some recent blog posts I suggest you read.

Posts we recommend on Irish Fireside

Our friends at Irish Fireside have been writing about the top tips for visiting Ireland:

Posts you should read on Ireland With Kids

We met Jody and her kids from IrelandWithKids.com as they passed through Limerick this summer. What a blast.

Jody has been sharing her tips and experiences:

Even if you’re not planning a trip to Ireland soon, I hope these posts tickle your longing to visit!

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Comments

  1. Liam says:

    Thank you for the links to IrishFireside and Ireland with Kids.

    If you don’t mind me adding a link to a post of mine, people may find my “12 Great Money Saving Tips For Your Trip To Ireland” a useful read. I tried to share as much info as I could to help people save a few dollars, or Euro, here and there, but the comments added by the readers are also well worth reading for anyone making the trip this year :)

    You can see the post here
    http://gotireland.com/2012/06/05/12-great-money-saving-tips-for-your-trip-to-ireland/

    Best wishes,
    Liam

    • Eoin says:

      Sure, Liam, thanks for sharing. Good article.

    • Stefanos says:

      This was a published book I got it seerval years back. It wasn’t bad if I recall, but the author had a pretty big chip on his shoulder.I just donated it to Goodwill last week. True story.

  2. affordable Hotels In Donegal Town says:

    I am having a plan to go to Ireland very soon and this information and articles are very useful for me.
    i hear about Ireland from my friends who visited Ireland last month and now its my turn to go there.

    • Eoin says:

      If you’re a in Donegal, how can you be looking forward to visiting Ireland? :/

      • Hilwalk says:

        Landed here from irishfireside.com. I really liked your article especially the travel checklist. you can add a point about carrying an emergency kit while travelling.

        Mark

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