From the Guinness Storehouse to Loftus Hall, Ireland is full of lush green gardens, traditional pubs and some pretty tasty seaside cuisine. Here are 14 things to do in Ireland.
Here's what you need to know to navigate Dublin Airport. May the road rise up to meet you … and all your flights be on time.
What do Richard Gere, Hugh Jackman and Bono have in common? They own hotels. So before you make your vacation plans, think about checking in at one of the world's hottest celebrity-owned hotels.
Trek through Skull Caves in Papua New Guinea to see the cranial remains, explore Egypt's mummies or visit Cambodia's Killing Fields to remember the country's dark past.
Get spooked at Knott's Scary Farm in Buena Park, CA, Halloweek in Toronto, Banks of the Foyle Hallowe’en Carnival in Derry, Ireland, and other creepy Halloween festivals.
Veer off the beaten path for romantic city and country escapes on Emerald Isle.
Similar to hockey, hurling is played with a small ball.
From the markets to the cooking schools, get a taste of the food culture in Ireland.
These 5 Irish castles will sate your curiosity for all things medieval and let loose your inner child.
Skip the whirlwind, hop-on, hop-off tour bus, and check out our 5 must-sees in Dublin that mix food with music, and the touristy with the not-so-touristy.
Get a true taste of Irish beer, music and culture at these 5 non-touristy, traditional pubs.
Here are 4 steps to pour (and sip) the perfect pint of Guinness.
Travel Channel's picks for the best views, breakfasts and coziest fireplaces in Ireland.
From grain to cask, brewers craft Guinness in a precise process. But what about after it’s brewed? Here are the best places to sip a pint of the black stuff in Dublin.