Weekly Comment:
Irish America’s Travel Archives Are Now Live

Three Rock Mountain, which forms part of the group of hills in the Dublin Mountains.

By Irish America Staff
November 3, 2017

Irish America officially launched its travel archives today, giving you the best access to all the inspiration you need to plan your Irish getaway.

Irish America has thrived in providing the best travel writing about Ireland since it’s founding 32 years ago. Until now though, that writing has been without a dedicated home on our archives page. But today, we have compiled all our travel writing in one place, bringing you the most interesting stories from a country overflowing with them.

From documenting the majesty of County Kerry in our most recent issue, to Tom Coyne, who spend four months walking Ireland and playing every single one of its golf courses in search of the greatest round every played, our travel stories take delight in the unexpected and pride in exposing the unknown.

YOUR TRAVEL STORY

We also welcome any and all submissions for travel pieces, and if selected, we’ll feature your story on our dedicated Travel page here. So take a trip, send us your photos, and have the opportunity to be published by America’s oldest Irish magazine.

ENTER TO WIN A TRIP TO IRELAND

This month, we’re also offering the chance to win a free trip to Ireland. Enter to win a five-day/four-night “Taste of Ireland” CIE sightseeing tour, and two round-trip tickets to the Emerald Isle with Aer Lingus. Read more about that offer here.

Click above to enter to win

One Response to “Weekly Comment:
Irish America’s Travel Archives Are Now Live”

  1. My dream is to see Ireland, as I am 80 years & my ancestors are from there.
    I am a genealogist for 40 years & am now connecting my ENGLISH’S to a Royal Line.

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