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Our website is an online travel guide to Ireland. Website is still under construction, but you can already find some interesting travel destinations. It provides essential information about places of interest, photos, opening hours and ticket prices. Every object is marked on the map, what makes it easy to locate. Our search options let you browse and sort objects by categories and regions.

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Malahide Castle and Gardens

Malahide Castle and Gardens

East Ireland | County Dublin

Malahide Castle and Gardens are located just 15 km north east from Dublin city center and are easily accessible by public transport. The castle and surrounding parklands cover area of over 260 acre and contain one of the most beautiful gardens in Ireland. Whole demesne belonged to Talbot family for nearly 800 years until 1976, when was bought by the State...   more info and photos

Skerries Mills

Skerries Mills

East Ireland | County Dublin

The Mill complex in picturesque fishing village of Skerries (35 km north of Dublin), is fine example of Irish industrial heritage. It's quite unique in that it comprises a watermill and two windmills in one location. Milling tradition in Skerries dates back to the 12th century, when harassed by the Vikings raids, monks of Augustinian Order moved here from...   more info and photos

Ferns Abbey

Ferns Abbey

Southeast Ireland | County Wexford

St. Mary's Abbey is a ruin of Augustinian monastery located in historic village of Ferns, founded by King Dermot MacMurrough in 1158, who died in 1171 and was buried in abbey grounds. The monastery was built on the site of an Early Christian settlement founded by St Aidan in AD 598, which was repeatedly plundered by the Vikings between years 834 and 937, ...   more info and photos

Foynes Flying Boat Museum

Foynes Flying Boat Museum

West Ireland | County Limerick

Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum is located on southern bank of the Shannon River estuary, in important harbour village of Foynes, in County Limerick. Museum brings to the times when Foynes become the centre of the aviation world between 1939 and 1945 (in this period, many famous politicians, businessmen and movie stars passed through Foynes). On 9 ...   more info and photos

Ferns Castle

Ferns Castle

Southeast Ireland | County Wexford

Ferns Castle is an Anglo-Norman fortress situated in a historic town of Ferns in north County Wexford (road N11 linking Dublin to Wexford). Built on the site of an earlier stronghold by William Marshal in 1224, the castle changed the owners many times, passing between the hands of Normans and Irish. In 1641, the keep was surrendered to Cromwell's army and...   more info and photos

Irish Agricultural Museum

Irish Agricultural Museum

Southeast Ireland | County Wexford

Irish Agricultural Museum is situated in old farm buildings of Johnstown Castle, in County Wexford. Its one of the most comprehensive exhibitions of rural life and farming in Ireland. The wide range of artefacts includes impressive collection of rural transport and farm machinery as also tools related with gardening and landscaping. You can see complete w...   more info and photos

Roscrea Castle

Roscrea Castle

Midlands Ireland | County Tipperary

The medieval castle in Roscrea was built in 1280s, when the silver was discovered in nearby Silvermine Mountains. Due to proximity to the mines it became stronghold of great strategic importance. The Castle consists of massive gatehouse with drawbridge and large walled enclosure. The basement is housed a prison, and spiral stairs leads us to the first and...   more info and photos

Cahir Castle

Cahir Castle

Midlands Ireland | County Tipperary

Cahir Castle (Irish: Caisleán na Cathrach) is a medieval stronghold, situated on small, rocky island, on the bend of the River Suir, in town or Cahir, County Tipperary. The earliest castle on this site was built by the Anglo-Norman, Philip of Worcester, in the 13th century (once, there was a stone fortress of powerful irish clan, O'Briens, who were banish...   more info and photos