A wonderful family day out is promised for the third annual Taste of Nenagh food festival. Market stalls as well as local pubs, cafés and restaurants will be showcasing their fine foods.
Learn about the Irish emigration story, take the Titanic Walking Trail tour, go fishing and much more in Cobh, Co. Cork
As County Tipperary is going sport crazy coming up to the All Ireland we spare a thought for our American visitors who may be missing their own sports - The Shamrock Bowl takes place in Dublin this weekend.
Live like a Lord or a Lady in a beautifully restored castle - well for a week anyway! Not only that, but you can have the week organised for you with day trips to some of Ireland's most historic and scenic sights.
When the sun is shining there is truly no better place to be than exploring the Irish countryside - here are some great suggestions.
The festival's programme supports the development of emerging artists from a large variety of artforms, both national and international. It also gives plenty of opportunity for public participation and a chance for all to have fun.
Ormond Castle re-opened to the public in 2019, this manor house dating back to Elizabethan times is open to the public for guided tours from March to the end of October.
This food festival has been taking place annually in Dungarvan since 2008. The festival's mission is to showcase of the food of the region, as well as hosting top chefs, promoting interesting influences and great ideas.