Ireland is a top destination for tourists from all over the World. We don’t know if it’s the “amazing weather”, the beautiful landscapes or the spirit of the Irishmen, but people are adding our country to their travel bucket lists – which makes us really happy. In fact, some people from the Bitesize Irish Gaelic …
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Most people in the Irish-learning community at Bitesize start to learn Irish Gaelic so they can have conversations with relatives and locals, or to strengthen the connection to their Irish heritage. But we were also lucky to meet people who started to love the Irish language after visiting Ireland.
On our podcast, we’ve previously discussed whether you should rent a car or take a tour bus when visiting Ireland. The overwhelming answer was: drive, because it gives you the freedom to see Ireland at your own pace.
Dublin is one of the most visited places in Ireland. Tourists from all over the World choose the city as their main Irish destination and they will often use it as a “home base” while visiting other beautiful areas from Ireland. Most people don’t know this but Dublin is a great travel destination on its …
There are so many awesome places you can visit during your Ireland trip. Where should you start? What should you visit? Should you create your own itinerary or choose the services of a travel company? The truth is that it’s all up to you.
People who are learning Irish and have the opportunity to travel to Ireland should really go and visit the Gaeltacht area. This will allow you to improve your connection with the Irish culture in more ways than one.
September is possibly the best time to visit Ireland, if you’re planning to visit the standard tourist destinations.
When you’re creating your bucket list of places you’d want to visit in your lifetime, be sure to include the beautiful Irish landscapes. Most people would really like to visit Ireland but they don’t really know how to start, what should they plan for and what to do during their visit.
Some people say your home should be where you’re born. Others believe that “home” should be next to your better half… and there are some who say it’s “where the Wi-Fi connects automatically”. If there’s something we can vouch for is that “home” is more than just a place where you live.
2016 brings with it a special celebration and time of self-inspection for Ireland. It’s now 100 years since the 1916 East Rising, a pivotal event in forming what is now the Republic of Ireland. It’s an emotive subject, so I’m sure just having this blog post posted will lead to some strong replies.