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Harry and Meghan's Irish mini-moon: Six of the most luxurious hotel suites the royals...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will mini-moon in Ireland after their big day in May. Source link

China is banning people with bad 'social credit' from using planes and trains

China has announced new measures that mean citizens with bad “social credit” will be restricted from travelling. Source link

Aoibhin Garrihy's Co Clare – 'the perfect playground for an outdoor enthusiast'

Growing up, we would always spend our weekends in Doolin, where my dad and all his family hail from. Now, I spend weekdays...

Himalaya's natural highs – Ayurveda and a journey to another world

It's quite a trek from here to the Himalayas, but then, that's what you'd expect on a journey to another world. And Ananda...

Cheltenham: Can you lord it up in the Cotswolds without paying a princely sum?

It's a scenario I never imagined possible: I'm sat with a cup of coffee poring over a copy of the Racing Post. Source link...

New flights announced from Dublin to Beijing – Ireland's first direct route to mainland...

Hainan Airlines has confirmed new flights between Dublin and Beijing, with a service from Dublin Airport set for take-off on June 12. Source link...

Five fab flight deals: Jet away with St. Patrick's Day specials from €19.99

After you've celebrated Ireland tomorrow, what about jetting away from it for a much-needed break? Here are this weekend's top airline deals. Source link...

The Fab 50: Ireland's 50 best places to stay for 2018

The 2018 tourism season kicks off this weekend, and we’re launching the Fab 50 — a new annual list of the best places...

Magical Martinhal: A family break to remember on Portugal's Algarve

Melanie Finn bites the bullet and books her first family holiday in ages... a whirlwind trip to Martinhal in Sagres. Source link

Green Lights: See the landmarks going green for St Patrick's Day!

Some 290 global landmarks are going green this weekend in a burst of publicity worth an estimated €10 million to Irish tourism. Source link...

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