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Why You Should Kiss the Blarney Stone

Why You Should Kiss the Blarney StoneBlarney CastleIreland is a land of legends — a country with myths and stories that travel around the world from person to person. While Ireland has no shortage of natural beauty, it is often its legends that first appeal

What are the Best Castles to Visit in Ireland?

While many people visit Ireland for its culture, for its beautiful scenery, and for its friendly people, it’s often Ireland’s history that leaves the most lasting impression. And one thing we’ve noticed here at Overland Ireland is that people visiting from North America are especially

The Best Way to Spend 2 Weeks in Ireland?

So you’ve decided to visit Ireland. You have two weeks and you want to know how to fill your time. Two weeks is a lovely pocket of time for a trip to Ireland; you won’t be able to cover everything the country has to offer,

How Dangerous is Northern Ireland?

The entire island of Ireland is packed full of natural beauty, friendly people, and fascinating history (both ancient and modern). In recent years, there has been a much bigger tourist interest in Northern Ireland than ever before. Perhaps this is because of the interest in

What is the Best Time of Year to Visit Ireland?

When it comes to a vacation, the first thing we think about is ‘where’. Where are we going to go? Now, if you’re reading this, it’s a fair bet you’ve decided to visit the beautiful Emerald Isle – land of myths, legends and, of course,

How to Tour Ireland on a Budget

Ireland’s stunning countryside is completely freeSo, you’ve decided to take that tour around Ireland you’ve always dreamt of. Your budget isn’t huge, however, and you know you’re going to have to plan carefully to do everything you want to do. This is where our handy

The Dos and Don’ts when Coming to Ireland

What to do When Visiting Ireland1) Do Buy a Round of Drinks in the PubAlways buy your round in the pub! There is nothing worse in Ireland than skipping a round of drinks! You run the risk of being called a ‘scab’ – which is

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