Posts in category

Travel

Category description is an optional

Doolin Ferry Co. ‘Cruise Company of the Year Ireland’, has set sail for the summer season, with their state-of-the-art ferries operating once again from Doolin Pier to the Aran Islands. Passengers can also opt to board a Cliffs of Moher cruise, or the thrilling Seafari experience, which was introduced in 2021. With the popularity of …

104

A lot of Irish tourists who visit New York City to see family or just explore the Big Apple expect to pay a little more for things in the city that never sleeps. And most travellers have at least one story where they have paid a ridiculous amount of money for a stale sandwich or …

110

FROM the Caribbean to Mexico, Belize to the Virgin Islands, the list of tropical vacation destinations covers some of the most beautiful (and not too far) places in the world. 1. Riviera Maya, Mexico The Riviera Maya is a stretch of Caribbean coastline on Mexico’s northeastern Yucatán Peninsula. It’s known for its all-inclusive resorts, yoga …

114

Links courses in Ireland are, perhaps, some of the oldest and well-respected courses in the history of the golfing community. Travel2ireland decided to put a list together of the best five you can play on home turf 1. ROYAL COUNTY DOWN, CO DOWN ROYAK County Down Golf Club, in Newcastle, Co Down, is one of …

153

Paul Hopkins, a Satoa Travel Writer of the Year recipient — awarded for writings on Africa, Asia and the Indian Ocean — describes a visit to the luxury Steenberg Hotel WHAT would make you want to come back to a place that’s so much more than a piece of paradise? A place with almost eternal …

102

PRAGUE, the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic, known as the City Of A Thousand Spires, welcomes more than eight million visitors who flock to one of Europe’s most marvelous architectural gems every year, writes ABRIEL KIRELLOS. Thanks to its Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Art Nouveau styles, Prague was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage …

108

Paul Hopkins finds the many joys of one of South Africa’s most revered holiday destinations Once upon a time, by the edge of the Little Karoo desert in South Africa, by the towns of George and Oudtshoorn, on a plateau between the Outeniqua Mountains to the north and the Indian Ocean to the south, one …

113

BY FIONN DAVENPORT GROUP holiday specialist Travel Department welcomed its first customers back to Italy last week on its Lake Como, Milan and St Moritz tour including the Bernina Express. Sara Zimmerman, CEO, Travel Department: “We were delighted to welcome our first customers back to Lake Como this week. “It’s clear that many of those …

115

By Fionn Davenport QATAR Tourism and Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) UK & Ireland have announced a new partnership. The agreement is designed to enhance Qatar’s brand awareness across the region and with CLIA’s wider community of cruise lines, travel agents and stakeholders. As part of the partnership, Qatar Tourism will be one of the …

107

THE River Danube runs through much of eastern and central Europe and is one of the most popular rivers in the world for a river cruise. It’s up there with the Nile (although the experience is incomparable). The Danube is large and navigable, the longest river in Europe proper (excluding the Volga of Russia). It …

101