Five must-do experiences in Ireland

Regardless of how many times Kaye Fallick has been to Ireland, five spots remain at the top of her must-do list. Today, she shares her favourite Irish city, country town, coastal drive, castle and medieval port.


Kaye and 'Deeksie' present Mind Your Own Retirement Episode 5

The latest news on deeming rates, how to go in search of family links in the Emerald Isle and why writing family histories is gathering steam.


Five unmissable things to do in Dublin

Here are five unmissable things to do in this fair city, where the maids are so pretty.


Oonagh’s wild kitchen

Oonagh runs Wild Kitchen which specialises in foraging walks, workshops and cooking demonstrations based on the local seaweed.


Finding love in Lisdoonvarna

There are a million reasons why you would want to visit the west coast of Ireland. But one in particular might be a real life changer.


Doing Dublin

Where's Kaye today? She's in Dublin, doing the DoDublin double decker bus with Declan.


Uncovering the treasures of Ireland’s oldest city

Waterford may be most famous for its finely crafted crystal, but there’s much more to Ireland’s oldest city, such as medieval structures, museums, and a rich cultural heritage.

Travel News

Surprising myths and facts about St Patrick's Day

The world celebrates St Patrick's Day on 17 March each year, even though most people know very little about Ireland's patron saint. Why not test your knowledge of this day and its hero?


Go Irish on St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day is more than downing too many pints of Guinness. Here are five other fun ways to get into the Irish spirit.


Two days in Dublin on a budget

Dublin is one of the friendliest cities in the world and you can easily enjoy a couple of days in Ireland’s capital without spending too much money.


Drive the Wild Atlantic Way

Win a return trip for two, driving along 2500km of winding Irish coastal road


Go where the locals go

As any traveller worth their salt will know, the best way to experience a real taste of where you’re visiting is to dig out the hidden gems which are usually only known to locals. With 2500km of coastal road to explore, the Wild Atlantic Way offers a journey of discovery.

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