In May this year, more than 30 Porsche enthusiasts began the trip of a lifetime! Driving the entire 2,500km Wild Atlantic Way. Beginning at Malin Head in County Donegal, the drivers made their way South, taking in all the stunning scenery the Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way has to offer.
Check out the video here, it may give you some inspiration for your own Wild Atlantic Way Tour!
Would you like to explore the Wild Atlantic Way yourself? Then get in touch with us today and we can handle all the arrangements!
Hurling is an outdoor team sport of ancient Irish origin, managed by the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). It is enjoyed around Ireland by young and old and the bigger games are televised on national TV. There is huge skill involved with the game which players master from a young age, starting as young as 5 or 6.
The popular US TV show 60 Minutes, will share the sport of hurling to the American nation on Thursday the 6th October. The interview features President Michael D Higgins and former players including Donal Óg Cusack who says ‘It’s More than a game, It’s who you are’. The full programme will be broadcast on Tuesday 6 October.
Would you like to experience hurling as part of your Ireland vacation? Then get in touch with us today and we can handle all the arrangements!
Every year thousands of visitors from all over the world visit Blarney Castle to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone. Legend has it that kissing the stone forever awards the person with ‘The Gift of the Gab’ or great eloquence. This fantastic drone footage captured recently by Aerial Photography Ireland gives never before seen views of the Castle and grounds… Enjoy!
‘’Every year on Saint Patrick’s day the world goes green but here in Ireland every day is bathed in green’’.
Watch this short video where Liam Neeson wishes the world a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day. If you didn’t already want to come to Ireland, this video might change your mind! 60 seconds of sweeping views and luscious green scenery combined with short glimpses of our famous culture and history! Enjoy!
We always knew that Ireland is a great nation but a recent study headed by Simon Anholt is adding more weight to this statement!
He and his team have come up with the Good Country Index and at present Ireland ranks at number 1. This makes us here at The Irish Tourism Group very proud!
The Good Country Index categorises countries according to their contribution to humanity using 35 indicators with data compiled from the United Nations, the World Bank and other institutions. This data is spread across seven categories which are Science and Technology, Culture, International Peace and Security, World Order, Planet and Climate, Prosperity and Equality, Health and Wellbeing. Watch Simon’s Ted Talk below for more detail or visit http://www.goodcountry.org/