With a charter that dates back to 1247, Carrick-on-Suir is one of Ireland oldest towns and home to one of its longest established annual fairs.
A fairly large and busy town, Castlebar grew up around the de Barry castle and is a popular centre for anglers and walkers.
Home of the O'Reillys, many of whom still live there, Cavan is at the heart of Drumlin country, an area of low hills and innumerable lakes.
The capital of Connemara, Clifden is beautifully situated in the shadow of the Twelve Pin mountains, but has suffered somewhat from its popularity …
Dundalk is not just an interesting town to visit, its a great base for touring the North-East of Ireland, a much overlooked region which deserves more …
Now a booming town in Dublin's commuter belt, Drogheda has a long and interesting history and is well worth a few hours exploration.
Its proximity to Shannon airport not only means many visitors spend either their first or last night in Ennis, but that it has for quite a while had a …
Known as the Marble City, Kilkenny is Ireland's smallest city and was once its capital, albeit very briefly.
A mecca for tourists, Killarney is for some their favourite place in Ireland and for others a place best avoided and something of a tourist trap.
Situated on what was once a boggy estuary, Letterkenny is, in Irish terms, a relatively new town, and now one of the fastest growing in the country.