As the pandemic soared, open water swimming—once practised only by hardcore old-schoolers in the Galway city suburb of Salthill—became the coolest trend next to banana bread baking.
From historical bars to hipster hangouts, Ireland’s capital has it all.
Portobello, a quickly gentrifying area, was once the city’s historic Jewish quarter.
A week-long drive along the Irish coast leads to baronial castles, genial ponies and fierce foxhounds.
Much of the country looks like a fairy-tale themed pop-up card.
Befriending the locals in the world’s cheeriest city.
Trendy, classic, historic or quirky, there are watering holes here for travellers of all stripes.