Foodie Heroes and Food Tourism in Ireland

Foodie Heroes and Food Tourism in Ireland

The quality of local food is becoming an important factor in Ireland’s boom in tourism. And when you look a little closer, perhaps that’s not so surprising. The dark dreary days of meat, potatoes and two veg covered with glutinous gravy are long gone and culinary hot spots like Cork, Belfast and Dublin have taken the-always-fantastic raw produce cultivated in Ireland and brought it to new local heights.

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The Top 5 Belfast Breakfast Locations

The Top 5 Belfast Breakfast Locations

There are a huge number of things to do and see when you visit Belfast for business or for a few days off. And why not kick off the day the right way with a scrumptious breakfast? Belfast city is heaving with great places to break your fast so Travelodge Ireland Hotels thought we’d make it easier for you to narrow your choices down.

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Five of the Best Public Parks in Dublin

Five of the Best Public Parks in Dublin

Dublin City has over 120 public parks and there are now impressive plans recently announced by Dublin City Council to further improve these hugely popular green areas. The suggested improvements include more art and sculptures, tearooms and added bicycle facilities as well as increasing the amount of outdoor seating in city centre parks.

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Top 5 Eco Attractions in Ireland

Top 5 Eco Attractions in Ireland

The landscapes, the views, the stunning coastline; visitors to Ireland come for the greenness of the country and its vibrant scenery. It’s always been one of Ireland’s greatest attractions and it’s becoming more important in this time of climate change and its accompanying need for tourism which doesn’t impact the natural environment. So here’s Travelodge Ireland Hotels’ list of Top Five Eco Attractions in Ireland for you to enjoy and recycle.

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5 Must-see Attractions in County Mayo

5 Must-see Attractions in County Mayo

Mayo is the perfect day trip when you’re staying at the Travelodge Ireland budget hotel in Galway city. The county is chock full of great visitor attractions and a poster child for the Wild Atlantic Way. There are majestic mountains, stunning sea views, ancient monuments, top adventure centres, great towns with excellent restaurants and pubs. There’s only one problem, how do you choose just five? Well, here’s our best shot, read on for our 5 Must-see Attractions in County Mayo.

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