Articles Mentioning Dublin Hotels

5 Luxury Hotels in Ireland and Their Cheaper, But Similar, Alternatives

A gorgeous coastline, amazing nightlife, dramatic landscapes, and first-class golfing are just a few of the things that make Ireland an incredible travel destination. The luxury hotels around the country, from Dublin to County Mayo, are worth a visit alone. However, for every traveler with a sky-high budget, there are many more looking to extract…

11 Popular Attractions and Their Less Crowded Alternatives

There are certain attractions around the world that top many travelers’ bucket lists — from the Eiffel Tower to the Brooklyn Bridge. But upon arriving, you’ll find hordes of tourists, expensive admission fees, and dozens of raised, camera-toting hands that appear in your photos. Generally, these sights are famous for a reason and many folks…

18 European Travel Experiences to Add to Your Bucket List

For a Europhile with vacation days, it can be hard to remember that there are actually seven continents. Our rally cry is “Europe or bust!” Thankfully, there’s enough on the continent to keep us exploring for a lifetime — and we’ve got the bucket list to prove it. If you’re constantly drawn across the Atlantic…

Where to Go in Ireland: A Cheat Sheet to the Top Destinations

View of Skelligs Rocks and Ballinskelligs Bay, Ring of Kerry/Oyster Ireland is made up of castles, quiet inlets, warm people, wild and windswept beaches, vibrant cities, quaint towns, hole-in-the-wall pubs, trad music, and seemingly endless gorgeous landscapes. However, the sheer volume of must-see sights and places can boggle the mind and make planning a trip…

The 10 Best Day Trips from Dublin

Dublin/Oyster Once you’re covered Dublin’s major landmarks and tourist sights, it’s time to escape the city and explore Ireland’s beautiful rural landscapes and many historical and cultural attractions. There’s certainly plenty to explore: quaint seaside towns, imposing castles, and majestic country estates set in landscaped gardens, not to mention historic buildings made of weathered stone,…

The Most Charming Hotels in Ireland

From its vibrant green pastures to its ravishing rugged coastline, Ireland is not lacking in eye-candy. Even better, this photogenic fodder is not limited to sightseeing while out and about. Whether it’s a majestic castle atop a lush hill or a homey bed-and-breakfast tucked away in a picturesque alley, the Emerald Isle’s hotels are a…

6 Reiseziele für Literaturliebhaber

Du kennst bestimmt das Gefühl in die Welt eines Buches einzutauchen und komplett mit ihr zu verschmelzen. Dann lachst, grübelst oder leidest du mit der Heldin oder dem Held der Erzählung und befindest dich in einem anderen Land, in einer Stadt oder Gegend in der du noch nie gewesen bist, dich aber trotzdem auskennst. Ein…

Top 8 Places for a Destination Wedding

Everyone wants the perfect wedding, and for some, that means jetting off to a picturesque location far from home. In fact, nearly 25 percent of nuptial ceremonies are destination weddings. Whether it’s an island setting amid swaying palm trees and daiquiris or the rolling countryside away from the city lights, where one gets married is…

5 European Destinations You Can See in a Weekend

New year, new travel plans to be made. With five more long weekends coming up this year, why not plan a European getaway? Take a six- to eight-hour overnight flight from New York or Boston on a Friday, and you can be in a major international city the next morning to enjoy a weekend abroad.…

9 Alternative Destinations to Ring in a Romantic New Year’s Eve

When the annual question of what to do for New Year’s Eve comes up this year, why not take matters into your own hands and plan a romantic break away? The stress of choosing which friends to hang out with and picking the right party coupled with the potential for anticlimax when the clock strikes…