This is a video of old Dublin Ireland with cobblestone streets.
Ireland Travel Video: 10 Best Places to Visit in Ireland. Here is the main list of Places to Visit in Ireland: 10. Galway, 9. Aran Islands, 8. Dingle Peninsula, 7. Glendalough, 6. Dublin, 5. Giant’s Causeway, 4. Killarney National Park, 3. Bru na Boinne, 2. Ring of Kerry, 1. Cliffs of Moher. Copyright: Video created […]
Galway, Connemara and Aran Islands in the west of Ireland and nearby sights. Galway is a lovely town, perfect for strolling along cobble-stone lanes lined with artisans shops, but even more attractive is the adjacent Connemara Peninsula, with Kylemore Abbey and Clifden, which we will thoroughly explore together. Click to Subscribe essence of Irish landscape […]
These are the list of beautiful places that you must visit in Northern Ireland: 1. Carrickfergus Castle 2. The Gobbins 3. Browns Bay 4. Carnfunnock Country Park 5. Carnfunnock Maze 6. Ice House 7. Glenarm 8. Glenarm Castle 9. Slemish 10. Carrick-a-Rede 11. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge 12. Giant’s Causeway 13. Dunluce Castle Thank you for […]
Wanna have an awesome day in Dublin? Stay in the heart of it! This is just a little taster of how amazing Dublin is, and why you should stay in Temple Bar next time you are here!
Our personal Top 5 list for Ireland (plus a couple extras). We realize there are so many places and things to see on the entire island. Maybe we will go back and make another video and have a new top 5! Northern Ireland anyone?? -E + G Subscribe for more videos! Contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Check out this sneak peek into Curious Dublin – part of Curious Traveler, Season 3 – now airing on PBS and CreateTV nationwide! Curious Traveler is a 3-time National Daytime Emmy-nominated educational travel series. We take you around the world to enrich, inspire & get curious! Watch full episodes: us for more curious adventures!
Well, that was a bizarre few minutes at midday on Thursday.
Oh, you missed it?
We’d say that we’re surprised you didn’t come across it but then again, it did last about 15 minutes.
Just before 12pm on Thursday, Dublin Airport said that they would cease all flight operations because of this drone sighting over the airfield.
As news began to spread rapidly around the world – which is understandable considering the hassle that the one above Gatwick caused a few weeks ago – it was over just as fast as it had started.
Dublin Airport confirmed at around 12:10pm that flights were resuming as normal and that the precaution was taken because “safety and security of customers is our key priority at all times.”
Some were curious as to what was going on, others were panicking and wondering what would happen to their friends/family/their own flight that was scheduled to depart or land at the airport.
And then, of course, there were a few jokers who posted tweets up of pictures above Dublin Airport saying how they had snapped them with their drone and how the airport was so quiet.
As an island with easy access to the sea from most places and lots of rivers and lakes to boot, we have a country that encourages watersports. Check this video out for ideas: from relaxing kayaking and sailing to the new adrenalin sports of wakeboarding and tubing! Find out more things to do at
City Walks: Dublin, Ireland from the old town center ON a fine September morning we take a walk across the River Liffey and over to this old town center’s Temple Bar district and up to Christ Church Cathedral. Subsequently over to Dublin Castle, on to St. Stephen’s Green, through Trinity College, and rear to O’Connel […]