Posts Tagged ‘Ireland’

Explore Exciting Highlights of Ireland with Women Traveling the World

Friday, May 24th, 2019

In this world driven by technology and everything we need at the tips of our fingers, we often forget to take a “Time Out” and experience what this world has to offer by traveling to new places. Travelling to different destinations will change your perception about a lot of things and free your mind from day to day clutter and fill it with happy memories which you can cherish for a lifetime and can share with as many people as you can in a form of story and anecdote.

About Ireland:-

Ireland is the picture perfect land with relaxing scenic beauty, scintillating festival celebrations around the country and it also has a wild side. There are lot of opportunities for adventure in Ireland whether it is soaking in Dublin’s busy streets and pubs or celebrating the cultural spree in Galway.  The island has a hilly geography with numerous plains and rivers cutting through the land. Its currency is the Euro and the country’s official language is both English and Irish. Most people speak a dialect of English, however many families who have lived in Ireland for generations understand and speak Irish.

About women traveling the world:

Women traveling the world” is a travel agency providing all the opportunities needed to travel to any destination in the world and also include licensed and experienced local tour guides. The tours are specially curated for women who love travelling solo making their vacation smooth and organised.

Interesting facts about this agency:-

  • The packages are built using unique hotels and rejuvenating activities.
  • Itineraries can be customized according to the choice of the
  • Women traveling solo can find like-minded people during the journey and can cherish that friendship for a lifetime.
  • They offer tours to amazing destinations handpicked by the team to offer unique experiences.
  • Traveller’s preferences and quality vacation ideas is a dominant factor while deciding for the hotels, tours and other activities during the tour.

Places to Visit in Ireland:-

  • The cliffs of Moher
  • Grafton street, Dublin
  • Killarney national park and Muckross house & Gardens
  • The book of Kells and Trinity college, Dublin
  • Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin
  • The Ring of Kerry
  • The little museum of Dublin
  • The Rock of Cashel
  • Kinsale, Co. Cork
  • And many more

Apart from these are some other interesting places to visit while on this tour:

  • Explore the territory of the Game of Thrones that offers you magical subjects of nature.
  • Picturesque green landscapes, Quaint towns, scenic drives and vistas
  • Visit various places where indigenous crafts are present such as linen weaving sculptures, chocolate making, indulge in the classic Irish cuisine, and the art of whiskey blending etc.

With several of these things going around every hook and corner of Ireland, you can carry a small part of Ireland along.


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Top 10 Ideas for Memorable Ireland Vacations for Singles

Friday, March 15th, 2019

The Irish land is known for multiple reasons besides its picturesque beauty and natural retreats. The land is full of exotic varieties of flora and fauna and it preserves the ancient history in a number of ways that dates back to 12,500 years ago. Discovering Ireland is an ideal vacation idea whether for singles, families or an all inclusive holiday, but most importantly, as a solo women traveler if you wish to travel the land you have just arrived at the right place. Women traveling the world, has been designing travel trips for solo women travelers and womens travel groups to Ireland for years.

Ireland vacations for singles is simple and affordable; you don’t need to go overboard with your Irish tour and this trip is very affordable as strolling through the local streets and touring the country side will let you have the real Irish experience. Ireland situated in the Atlantic Bay and Causeway Coast consists of 32 counties and 26 in the republic of Ireland and 6 in the Northern Ireland. Top places to discover in Ireland are, wild Atlantic way, Ireland ancient east, Northern Ireland and the picturesque hills that starred in the Game of Thrones. The land offering a beautiful landscape with lush greenery is set against the Atlantic Ocean with golden sands and rocky terrains of the cliffs. The inland lakes are tranquil and pristine in nature. With every new endeavor you take upon this divine land seems like as if Ireland is the canvas and nature the artist.

The wildlife, flora and the land is spread over the panorama in abundance. Explore the Ireland’s whiskey trail and the architectural beauty and dazzling light shows. The inland lakes connect land to land and country to country. Ireland’s ancient backdrop is a keen attraction amongst tourists. Visit the website to know about more handpicked destinations and get bespoke women solo tours planned by our experts.

5 Ireland Festivals for Single Women Travelers to See

Friday, March 27th, 2015

Are you looking to take a vacation to the beautiful Dublin, Ireland but planning to travel alone? Then we urge you to check out our single women travel tours, which includes details on our exciting fall group tour to Ireland. For more information feel free to call us today at 1-866-753-1552 with all of your questions. In the time leading up to this exhilarating all womens travel tour we have compiled a list of five of our favorite festivals that happen throughout the year in Ireland.

5 Must-See Festivals in Ireland


Dublin, Ireland’s Best Irish Music Places for Singles Vacations

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Best place to hear traditional Irish music…

Most Dublin pubs will host evenings of traditional Irish music but there are a few special pubs that have earned a reputation for having great live music.

Pubs to See while Traveling Alone

If you’re planning on going on any singles vacations and heading over to Dublin, Ireland, then you have to check out these pubs that are sure to play Irish music.

The Cobblestone

The Cobblestone fits into this category. It is a traditional, casual, city centre pub that hosts some of the best traditional music and roots sessions in all of Dublin.


O’ Donoghues has been associated with traditional Irish bands including The Dubliners and the Furey Brothers for what seems like forever. Both used to play regular sessions in the pub. Not much has changed in O’ Donoghues, including the décor which still maintains many of its original features. Traditional Irish music sessions place weekly and are highly regarded among musicians.

M Hughes

M Hughes is probably the least touristy of these pubs, due in most parts to its out of the way location. It’s the type of place where you’ll just happen to stumble upon set dancing classes and traditional music performances. The easiest way to reach M Hughes is to follow the Luas red line.

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