The Emerald Isle

Perched on the northwest tip of Europe, this is the one place in the world where even time getting lost will be worthwhile. With ancient myths and legends to uncover, amazing landscapes to explore and locals who will be more than happy to reveal it’s hidden gems, just go where the island of Ireland takes you. Guaranteed, you’ll return home with memories that will last a lifetime.


Founded over 1,000 years ago, the City of Cork was built off of Ireland’s South West Coast. It is home to over 120,000 people, and is considered the 2nd largest city in Ireland. This vibrant city life was built on an island in the River Lee, which resulted in the construction of many beautiful bridge pathways for its citizens. The Harbor itself is a sight to see, being known as the second largest harbor in the entire world.  Because of this, the city holds true to their motto: Statio Bene Fide Carinis, which means “A Safe Harbor for Ships.” LEARN MORE


While its cobblestoned streets still echo with medieval charm, a high-tech boom over the last 20 years has transformed the face of Ireland’s capital city. Today, Dublin is a cosmopolitan hub merging a thousand years of rich and colorful history with world-class theaters, raucous nightlife and, of course, storied old pubs.

Located at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin serves as Ireland’s cultural center as well as a modern nucleus of education, administration, economy, industry and the arts. Highly regarded for its commitment to the fields of literature and theater, the city has produced many notable playwrights and authors. In addition to arts and theater venues, Dublin is home to a variety of museums, sports complexes, highly regarded universities and stunning Georgian architecture. LEARN MORE


Nestled along Ireland’s western coast, Galway and its surrounding county is known as one of the most beautiful regions of the country. Along with being a popular seaside destination with astonishing beaches and long winding beachfronts, it also has a lively cosmopolitan city center. LEARN MORE


County Kerry is located in the southwest region Ireland. Known as “the kingdom” to its inhabitants, Kerry is one of the most remarkable places in Ireland, with rich farmlands in the north of the county and astonishingly beautiful mountains, Atlantic islands and peninsulas in the south. LEARN MORE