European Music Festivals 2018

Festival season is almost upon us and with so many top class events happening, it can be hard to choose which European music festival(s) to go to. We want to help you out, so here's our round-up of the best music festivals happening around Europe...
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The Very Best of Your #RyanairLoveStories

Long distance relationships can be tough, especially around Valentine's Day. We know our customers use Ryanair to stay in touch with their loved ones. So, to celebrate Valentine's Day, we asked you to send us your #RyanairLoveStories. Whether...
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5 Ways to Discover Dublin in Winter

As a winter city break destination, Dublin may not offer sunny skies and soaring temperatures but it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, the city comes alive with an array of festivals, shows and wintertime attractions, all wrapped up in the friendly...
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Dublin’s Darkside: 5 Frightfully Good Things to See and Do in Dublin

From chilling hauntings to thrilling bus tours, we've tracked down some of Dublin's spookiest attractions for you to experience the next time you visit the Irish capital.     Planning a trip to Ireland soon? Sink your teeth into...
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A Perfect Day Out In Dublin

I spent my early childhood being wheeled up and down Dun Laoghaire pier and to this day it’s still one of my favourite places in Dublin, and a place I go on my summer holidays for one weekend every year. Take the DART (train) from Dublin city centre...
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Re-Joyce! How to Have A Proper Bloomsday in Dublin

"Today 16 June 1924 twenty years after. Will anybody remember this date." James Joyce wrote this sentence while lying miserable in a hospital bed, back in 1924. On that same day twenty years before, June 16th 1904, Joyce had sent one Leopold Bloom...
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Five of Dublin’s Best Brunch Spots

Whether you've woken up too late for breakfast or you're in need of a pit-stop between seeing the sights, these five Dublin brunch spots will get you back on your feet and ready to take on the Irish capital in no time. Brother Hubbard South,...
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A Local’s Guide to Dublin with Colin Harmon

In 2008, Dubliner Colin Harmon took a huge gamble.  At the peak of Dublin's financial crisis, he made the decision to quit his safe office job, sell his car and follow his dream of opening his own coffee shop.  Since then, he has gone on to launch...
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