Jubilee Travel Blogs

Visit Blarney Castle and Kiss the Blarney Stone on a Cork 1-Day Tour

08/16/2016 in Ireland

Ever wanted to kiss the Blarney Stone? Then check out the Cork 1 Day Tour in Dublin. On this tour visitors will visit the Blarney Castle, for a chance to kiss the famous Blarney Stone and see the historic Rock of Cashel.

Visit the beautiful Dublin and its countryside with Cork 1-Day Tour and see majestic views and with a touch...

Dublin's top 10 tourist attractions

08/16/2016 in Dublin South

Dublin, Ireland is one of the oldest cities in the world but it is also one of the most modern. As such, a visit to Dublin can provide tourists with an even balance of the city's historical roots and its promising future.

No matter what kind of activities you are interested in you will likely be able to find them in...

Walk Across a Bog on a 1 Day Connemar & Galway Tour

08/16/2016 in Ireland

Ever want to see the west coast of Ireland? Then check out the 1 Day Connemar & Galway Tour. On this tour visitors will visit Connemara National Park, explore the many different shapes and rock formations, cross one of Ireland's amazing bogs and stroll on the beach.

Visit on the most mysterious regions of Ireland with the 1 Day Connemar &...

Where to go to learn the mother language of Ireland

08/11/2016 in Ireland

No stay in Ireland is complete without sampling its magnificent language, mother tongue to thousands across the island. Areas where Irish is the first language are known as Gaeltacht (Gayl – tockt)and can be visited most notably in Counties Donegal, Galway, Kerry and Cork. However, a few common phrases are easy to pick up and go a long way in...

Amazing attraction awaits you in Ireland

08/11/2016 in Ireland

It’s more than just a stereotype: Ireland’s highlights are indeed the stuff of knight’s tales. That’s at least true for its myriad of fascinating castles, dramatic cliff shores, lush rolling pastures and rugged hills. Many of the country’s main attractions are of a sturdy kind of beauty. There’s the megalithic tombs of Brú na Bóinne, older than the Egyptian pyramids...

Ways of gaining respect in Ireland

08/11/2016 in Ireland

Visitors to Ireland will find that the Irish are one of the nicest nationalities in the world. However, it will depend upon the region you are in whether or not locals will provide helpful advice. When lost, as may often happen given the road signs are quite different to other nations, ask in a local shop for advice and let...

A food's lover guide! What to eat in Ireland

08/11/2016 in Ireland

Food is expensive in Ireland, although quality has improved enormously in the last ten years. Most small towns will have a supermarket and many have a weekly farmers’ market. The cheapest option for eating out is either fast food or pubs. Many pubs offer a carvery lunch consisting of roasted meat, vegetables and the ubiquitous potatoes, which is usually good...

10 Best Food Cities in Europe

07/01/2016 in Europe

When we go on a trip to Europe, whether a cruise or a guided tour, food is always an important part of our trip. Our bodies need food so that we can be healthy and enjoy our trip in the best possible way. Since we will need to eat, why not eat the best food that we can? Here are...

Do you Dream of Staying in a Castle?

05/05/2016 in Anywhere

Have you ever thought about living in a castle while on vacation?

In countries such as Germany, Ireland, France, Italy and Scotland, you can stay in beautiful castles, and the cost can be less than a hotel.

Castle Hotel Auf Schönberg This castle is surrounded by a beautiful view of the Rhine River along with vineyards and trails...

Great Hiking Spots In Ireland

02/12/2016 in Ireland

Nothing beats fresh country air after a heavy breakfast. The smell of the rain-drenched soil and wild flowers is just what you would need to relax and unwind. If you are planning a trip in Ireland, perhaps you should check out the following hiking spots.

1. Kerry Way - How would you love to trek the ancient coaches and droving paths?...