Weekend in Killarney

Killarney is one of the most notorious places in Ireland. Home to one of the most amazing coastal routes our island has to offer, the Ring of Kerry is roughly 200km of absolutely tantalizing views offered to you around every bend and hairpin turn. Saying this, the Ring of Kerry is just one of the…Continue Reading “A Weekend In Killarney”

Visiting Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein Castle Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century Romanesque Revival Palace on a hill above the village of Hohenschwangau in Southwest Bavaria, Germany. Built by Ludwig II of Bavaria, the castle was intended as a home for the king, until he died in 1886. It was open to the public shortly after his death. This castle is…Continue Reading “Visiting Neuschwanstein Castle”

Why you should visit lake lucerne

Lucerne Town I had wanted to visit Switzerland since as long as I can remember, but because the country is notorious for being expensive I put it on the long finger. Finally, an opportunity presented itself where a roadtrip would take me across the border from Germany into Switzerland for two magical nights by Lake…Continue Reading “Why You Should Visit Lake Lucerne”

A Weekend In County Cork

Kinsale is such a beautiful little town at the coast of County Cork. I think when it comes to The Wild Atlantic Way, Cork gets a small bit left out of the party. I think this is partly due to it being at the end of the route and also with the others such as…Continue Reading “A Weekend In County Cork”

The Pier at Inis Mor

My friends and I were planning on taking a trip to Malta and thought, you know what, why not explore the Aran Islands off Ireland instead?! So with that in mind we ended up staying in Doolin, Clare for two nights and ventured out to the largest of the Aran Islands, Inis Mor on the…Continue Reading “Exploring Doolin & The Aran Islands”

Visiting Donegal

Ireland is considering a relatively small country, so I think you would be surprised to learn just how many of us neglect travelling our emerald isle and seek adventure further afield. This is one of the reasons why it took me so long to venture as far as Donegal. Donegal is one of the most…Continue Reading “Two Day Donegal Itinerary”

How To Spend A Day In Malmo

When I decided to book a trip to Copenhagen recently I couldn’t help but plan a day trip to Malmö to see what Sweden was like. Much like when I visited Tallinn and took a day trip to Helsinki, I wanted to visit another country on this trip also and really feel like I made…Continue Reading “A Day In Malmö”

Recently I was looking for somewhere to have a nice, relaxing weekend break away. I thought, hey, I’ve never been to Denmark so why not travel to Copenhagen?! Flights are quite cheap from Ireland with Ryanair and the flight time is roughly two and a half hours – the only thing holding me back until…Continue Reading “A Weekend In Copenhagen”

Ericsson Skyline Tour

In recently posted about some of the fun, different activities that you can do around Dublin. One of these activities was the Ericsson Skyline Tour which whisks you up 17 storeys high and lets you wander around the rooftop of Croke Park to take in the Dublin skyline. The skyline tour of Dublin is such…Continue Reading “The Ericsson Skyline Tour In Dublin”

5 Dates In Dublin

I don’t actually actively ‘celebrate’ Valentines day but with February the 14th just around the corner it got me thinking about all of the wonderful activities that are available in Dublin. There is so much to see and do in the Irish capital, so here are some of the more quirky ways that you can…Continue Reading “Five Dates To Do In Dublin”