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Welcome to our Love Ireland blog. We want you to get the best out of Ireland, what we consider to be the best little country in the world. Come with us as we explore the hot spots, the food, the culture and above all the craic!
Every year Dublin Dance festival comes to Dublin. It’s not any different this year. So what exactly is Dublin Dance Festival offering this year?
Dublin Dance Festival is the leading dance event on Ireland’s cultural calendar. Running for the 9th season, festival brings together dance artists and choreographers from across the world to share vibrant contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland. Audience members look forward to experiencing celebrated classics and discovering the freshest talents each year through a programme that is resonant and stimulating. Happening in different venues and theatres across the town this festival, everybody can choose form the variety of shows. And because I am dancer at the heart, I will definitely go and shake that booty!
We can all feel it. Sun is shining, flowers are blossoming and the winter is finally over. With the summer months ahead, everybody is starting to plan their holidays. But where to go this year? Explore the foreign countries, sunbathe near the sea or take a little city break? No matter what your plans are, I am sure they will be good.
2013 is the year of the Gathering (in Ireland), so why not get all the family and friends together and enjoy and explore the villages, towns and cities that Ireland has to offer? Throughout the year there will be festivals, special sporting events, concerts and lots more that show the very best or Irish culture, tradition and hospitality.
From picturesque coast to the green countryside and beautiful wild nature, Ireland is a definite “must see” this summer. Ideal for cycling tours and sport activities, I am sure you won’t be disappointed. I personally enjoy a lovely walk in Glendalough Valley and soak up the atmosphere of this beautiful nature. So what are you waiting for? Where are you headin’ for holidays?
Why not take advantage of all the spooky tours on offer this Halloween, my favourite this year has to be the Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum tour.
With one and a half million tales, Glasnevin Cemetery has it fair share of the macabre. Take a tour of Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum this Halloween and you’ll find surprises in store…. with special tours for children and special after-dark tours with your guide The Ace of Spades.
Halloween tours of the cemetery come in two flavours, the 3.30pm tour is for the little horrors in your life and is suitable for children from 4 to 12 while the 6.45pm tour is suited to those of a more hardy nature.
Book early to avoid disappointment by calling 01882 6550 or email email@example.com.