Ireland is a country rich and vibrant in history and culture, from unbelievable heritage sites to castles to monasteries. One can visit The Galway Cathedral, which boasts of an impressive variety of interior art in mosaics and stained glass. Or Ballaghaderreen Cathedral with its Gothic inspired architecture. Head out to The Hill of Tara, an important centre of political and religious power in pre-Christian Ireland.
Ireland is one of Europe’s hotspots for food; there are a number of restaurants that serve Irish as well as international cuisine. Try out Irish stew served in Noughties style. When in Ireland a visit to an Irish Pub is a must as well as a pint of Guinness, Irish beer.
The Scotsman Donegal, located in the picturesque town of Donegal, is a popular pub that plays traditional Irish music almost every night. Visit The Strand Tavern, located in the fishing village of Duncannon. O’Dowd’s Seafood Bar & Restaurant, located in the village of Roundstone, specializes in seafood.
Dublin is a place where tradition and cultural heritage have merged over the centuries. Visit The Irish Museum of Modern Art, which is home to a varied collection of modern and contemporary art. Dublinia and the Medieval Viking World, set in a beautiful neo-Gothic building is where one can step back into the Viking and medieval period. Malahide Castle is a beautifully restored residence with distinctive elegance and charm.
Visit The Pravda Bar, that’s hosts a Russian theme, is located in Dublin City Centre, which is one of Dublin’s most fashionable bars. Head out to Ely Wine Bar to get a taste of their excellent wine list and try out their specialties in organic lamb, & pork. Gotham Café located in the central shopping area offers a wide selection of Pizza and salads. While Salamanca's, in Dublin serves some of the best tapas.
Belfast, in Northern Ireland is set in a picturesque location between the mountains and the coast. This beautiful Victorian city has a fascinating history and a unique and vibrant atmosphere. One can visit the architecturally impressive City Hall and Queen’s University, or head out to one of Belfast’s charming old pubs to sip on that pint of beer. Lisburn Road, and Cathedral Quarter, is where one can find a variety of bars and pubs.
Belfast is home to a number of restaurants, local bistro and organic cafes
It’s a flourishing culinary city with stacks of gastronomic delights. Fat Buddha, located on Lisburn Road, has an excellent décor setting and serves some of the most scrumptious dishes. Or Tedford's Restaurant ,Located on 5 ,Donegall Quay, to try out their amazing selection of seafood, and indulge in specialties like, the sea bass on a bed of champ with chives & hollandaise sauce or chowder.