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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9 Reasons to Choose Shannon as Your Gateway to Ireland

Shannon Airport, located on Ireland’s west coast, is a hop, skip and a jump away from some of the island’s most spectacular scenery, culturally rich cities and enchanting coastal routes. Ideal for those who are short on time, Shannon also provides a...
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How to See the Best of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

A road trip with the kids - it can be fun. It can be adventurous. It can be a complete nightmare if you don’t plan ahead of time. Not sure where to go? Try Ireland, where the people are friendly, the scenery is beautiful and there are plenty of...
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Take A Drive on The Wild Side: Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland’s Atlantic coast has always been well known for its wild beauty; but it wasn’t until 2014 that all of that beauty was packaged up properly, signposted well, and organised into the world’s longest defined coastal route. You could probably...
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What’s the Craic, Ireland?

There are a few words and phrases that you’ll usually only hear in Ireland, or from the mouths of Irish people. When something’s really good, it’s ‘deadly’ or ‘savage’. If something’s broken it’s banjaxed. Toilets are called ‘the jacks’. If you’re...
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Fall in Love with Ireland in just 13 Pictures

Connemara A photo posted by Peter McCabe (@petemccabephoto) on Mar 13, 2016 at 12:32pm PDT Connemara has a desolate, wild beauty that will steal your heart and have you dreaming of living in a little stone cottage in the shadows of the...
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Life In The Slow Lane: Cycling Inishmore

It’s a 45 minute ferry trip from Rossaveal to Inishmore (Inis Mór in Irish), and as the Atlantic tips the boat from side to side I’m starting to really feel the few pints of Guinness I had the night before. It’s about 10:45am at this stage, and the...
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A Surfing Adventure in South-West Cork

If you’re looking for a real Irish adventure try hitting the waves at Garrettstown. Just 35 minutes from Cork City,  I'd recommend renting a car and taking a road trip. As a non-surfer this was a brilliant experience and definitely one for the bucket...
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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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