Enjoy these Ireland photos, all taken by members of the Solo Travel Society and readers of Solo Traveler while exploring the country.
Combining the peace of walking off the beaten track with the discovery of ancient ruins, medieval towns and castles makes for a perfect few days in Ireland.
While discovering Irish whiskey on a recent trip to Ireland, I try my very best to become a whiskey drinker. The results were mixed, at best.
I have never felt so welcome in any destination as I did while exploring Ireland. Here’s an overview of my trip to Dublin, Cork & Galway.
It’s time to don your sweater with the leather elbow patches, travel to Ireland, and revel in the past and present of literary Dublin.
An amazing part of Ireland with 5,000 years of history. So much to see, learn and ways to have fun in Ireland’s Ancient East.
Connemara, in Ireland’s northwest, is the country’s most rugged region with lakes and bogs, mountains and beaches. It makes for a beautiful day trip.
Dublin is fun. Dublin can be expensive. Here are 32 budget Dublin tips for free and low-cost things to do, how to get around, where to eat and more.
Oscar Wilde quotes entertain while forcing one to reflect on social norms and personal attitudes. Here are 11 Oscar Wilde quotes to enrich your life.
On my trip to Ireland I was, naturally, solo in Galway. One of my favorite things about solo travel happened: I had an impromptu tour with a local. Read on.
I am in Ireland and will soon share with you many stories of my travels here. For now I offer a few photos of Ireland as an introduction to what’s coming.
Lisdoonvarna is a perfect springboard for exploring Ireland’s County Clare, hiking and enjoying the local music scene says this Solo Travel Society member.
Friendly people, an opera-singing B&B owner, gorgeous landscapes, tasty beer, and fluffy cows. This Solo Travel Society member thoroughly enjoyed Ireland.
A Solo Travel Society member finds the Aran Islands to be a peaceful, friendly, beautiful getaway from mainland Ireland.
This solo traveler loved Dublin so much that she didn’t want to go home.