Maps of cities and regions of Ireland
Additional maps of Ireland
Fantastic City Tours and Excursions in Ireland
IHG Brings Its voco Brand to Scotland
As hotels in Scotland might open in April or May, the opening of two new hotels is a signal that life is slowly going back to normal and leisure travel will resume closer to summer. The name of the brand voco means “invite” or “call together” in Latin. The Glasgow hotel will be the first property by this brand in Scotland. The voco Grand Central Glasgow is a rebranded property open instead of the existing Grand Central Hotel. IHG reimagined the popular place, retaining its original charm. The new Glasgow hotel now features 230 rooms, meeting and event spaces, and an interesting option a possibility to contact resident experts known as voco hosts who are ready to explore the most interesting parts of the city together with guests. voco Grand Central is a perfectly suitable choice for both leisure and business travelers.
Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Ireland
1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Ireland with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Ireland
This Ireland map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
Maps of cities and regions of Ireland
One of the busiest tourist places in the city is Grafton Street. Many beautiful historic buildings built in traditional style, have been preserved in it. The most popular souvenir shops of the city, and many other excellent national restaurants and bars, are located here too. This luxury street is one of the most expensive in the world in terms of rent and purchase of housing. There are several prestigious hotels located here. One of the oldest buildings in the city is the “Christ Church … Read more
Cork is the second-largest city in the Republic of Ireland. This is a busy and working city during the daytime that changes drastically at night. After sunset, Cork doesn’t fall asleep but shines with the lights of numerous pubs and nightclubs. Many tourists from all over the world come here to see local landmarks and visit the gorgeous and old Blarney Castle. First mentions of Cork date back to the VI-VII centuries. Saint Finbarr established the first monastery in the area, founding the … Read more
Galway is rich in historical landmarks, but it is particularly important to mention Kylemore Abbey. The gorgeous building is located in a picturesque place near a lake. The beautiful castle was built in 1871. When all construction works were over, the luxurious mansion was already occupying an area of more than 13,000 acres. It was surrounded by lush gardens and parks, some fragments of which have survived till our days. The castle was privately owned until 1920, and after that Benedictine monks … Read more
On the territory of the national park is the beautiful Ross Castle - the most famous historical landmark of the city. This wonderful 15th-century castle is located on the shore of Loch Lane. It is a typical example of medieval architecture. After more than 500 years, the castle was perfectly preserved. Now it hides a lot of interesting historical artifacts within its walls. Its visitors will be able to see pieces of furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries, as well as other antique utensils. … Read more
Consider visiting the wonderful city of Kilkenny during your adventure in Ireland. This is a relatively small settlement. Despite this fact, Kilkenny is an authentic Irish city with its unique atmosphere, and this is the reason why it has won love and dedication of foreign tourists. Moreover, this city is rich in landmarks – Kilkenny is the second after Dublin in terms of the number of attractions. Needless to say, the city’s architecture deserves the attention of travelers. Kilkenny’s … Read more
The Waterford Museum of Treasures occupies one of the most beautiful historical buildings. Its opening took place in 1999. In 1986, archaeological research was conducted in the center of the city, and many amazing artifacts were discovered. All of them are represented in the museum nowadays. Temporary exhibits on a wide range of subjects are regularly held there, as well. There is also a theater in a large historical building, plus they have a cozy cafe where one can relax after a tour. … Read more
Bangor is the third largest town in Northern Ireland. This is a resort town with direct access to the Irish Sea. Bangor is an important port town with an active social and economic life. Despite quite a big number of residents and guests of Bangor, local beaches remain very clean. They were even awarded the Blue Flag label that marks only the cleanest and best beaches around the world. By the way, according to a survey conducted among residents of the region, Bangor is the best place to live in … Read more
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