Dear Pope Francis, from ‘Loving Ireland’ we want to welcome you to the Emerald Isle and thank you for your visit to Irish lands. We have been waiting for you for many months, and finally the time has come to share with families from over one hundred countries, the beautiful gift of faith. Beyond the figures, […]

Watch our native Gaelic Games

We have an exciting plan: to discover the Irish culture through its two great local sporting passions. The first is hurling, a mix between rugby and field hockey with more than 3,000 years of history, and the other, Gaelic football, where soccer and rugby come together. These are among the oldest sports in the world. […]

Discover the treasures of ancient Ireland

Enjoy a trip through the fascinating history of Ireland. In Ireland there are important historical episodes and lasting legends that deserve to be discovered and pondered. Among our essential treasures of ancient Ireland are the tombs of Newgrange and Knowth, located in Brú na Bóinne, a magnificent Neolithic necropolis located in County Meath. Very close […]

Discover the history of the “Titanic”

During your trip to Ireland, we recommend you discover the intriguing story of the “Titanic”, considered the most famous ocean liner of all time and built in the Harland & Wolff shipyards of Belfast for the company White Star Line. Just discovering the Titanic Quarter, which stretches along the Lagan River, is quite an experience. […]

Ireland, a paradise to explore by foot

Combine your visit to Dublin with attractive walks and excursions that will allow all members of the family to enjoy the overwhelming natural beauty that has made the Emerald Island so famous. One of the best times to start walking is between June and September, so do not hesitate to go explore Ireland as a […]

Ireland, a movie country

The Irish beauty has not gone unnoticed to the world of the Seventh Art that, in numerous occasions, has chosen its epic and authentic landscapes as scene of important film blockbusters and successful television series. Did you know that in Ireland more scenes from the series of Games of Thrones have been shot than anywhere […]