The 20 best things to see, do and drink in Ireland's capital.
The review: The Iveagh Garden Hotel, Dublin
From cheese to cheesecake, coffee to traditional Irish stew, Dublin's food scene is thriving.
Castle Leslie has been associated with a host of misfits from Winston Churchill to Mick Jagger, Jonathan Swift to Mrs Maria Fitzherbert - the secret Catholic wife of King George IV.
Cathay Pacific remains a world-leader, with excellent connections between Australia and Europe.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walked in to the Crown Saloon in Belfast recently, they could have been just another couple of tourists on a Belfast food tour.
Magical, mythical Ireland never ceases to amaze with its rugged beauty, ancient ruins and welcoming locals. Explore some of the island’s most captivating attractions.
From Dublin and its cheery pub culture to the windswept Cliffs of Moher, the beguiling Skellig Islands and the Aran Island forts, Ireland is both mysterious and desolate, yet colourful, warm and welcoming. Its green hills blanketed in mist house the ruins of ancient castles with a bloody history, while its colourful towns are awash with cosy pubs that radiate with traditional live music and friendly people.