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The History of the Easter Bunny & Traditions

In recent history, Easter has become a celebration of religion and the coming of spring for the whole family. But, where did these beloved traditions come from, and why is a bunny the go-to mascot...

4 Beautiful Easter Holiday Destinations in Europe

Spring is an amazing time to explore the world and discover new places: the days are getting longer, the weather is warming up, and many cities come to life after winter. For many, Easter weekend...

Spring Forward | 6 Tips for Combating Daylight Saving

As the clocks skip forward an hour on 28th March 2021 in Ireland & the UK and daylight saving time begins, many people become anxious about the hour of sleep loss and experience a form...

Must-Do’s for a Spring Holiday in Ireland

Ireland is a great destination for enjoying outdoor activities and the beautiful coastline. However, each season brings different experiences and you must  choose the right time of year to fully explore Ireland. We recommend spring...

Discover La Croix-Rousse Lyon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZvq6wYpIvE&ab_channel=ConnollyCove Located between the 1st and the 4th arrondissement in Lyon, La Croix-Rousse district is famous thanks to its history with the Canuts, workers weaving silk. In tribute to them, the Canuts’s house was transformed into a...

Funky Finds: Best Markets in Dublin

During a trip to Ireland, it is essential to visit the markets, thrift stores and vintage shops but also the many well-known flea markets, especially in Dublin, because they are the best places to shop....

How 7 Countries Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day

Since the 17th century, St. Patrick’s Day has been a huge holiday for Ireland, and eventually, the world. Today, it seems that all of the countries have their unique way to go green in celebration...

Kiss me, I’m Irish! | St. Patrick’s Day History & Traditions

St. Patrick’s Day is a popular celebration that allows Irish people to celebrate their history and culture. It is known for parades, shamrocks, and leprechauns as well as the color green. Many traditions and symbols...

9 Must-See Cinema Museums

Since its creation in the early 1830s, cinema has and continues to entertain and fascinate the world. People quote movie lines in their daily conversations, they wear shirts featuring on-screen icons such as Charlie Chaplin...

The History and Significance of Bayt Al-Suhaymi

Bayt Al-Suhaymi (House of Suhaymi) is a great example of Islamic architecture and homes for the wealthy in Cairo, Egypt. It was originally built by Abdel Wahab el Tablawy in 1648 in the neighborhood of...

Marble Arch Caves: Northern Ireland’s Hidden Gem

County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland, often referred to as Lakeland Paradise, is home to many gems, including Enniskillen Castle Museum, Devenish Island, and Florence Court House, but among the most unique are the Marble Arch...

Fancy a Pint? Here’s 7 of Ireland’s Oldest Pubs

Throughout Ireland, you can find over 7,000 pubs. While some are new and modern, there are a handful of pubs in Ireland that date back centuries and come full of old tales and fascinating histories....