Travel Guide to Ireland

We bring you a selection of the wonderful sites and attractions here in Ireland.

Copper Coast Exploring

With 25km of coastline to explore, there's plenty of different pit-stops to plan! So pack your picnic and hit the road!

10 TOP-RATED TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN WATERFORD

Let's explore the best attractions in Waterford city and county to visit in 2021 – You’re invited to come and Stay!

Between Waterford's beautiful gardens in bloom and a city steeped in history and centuries of craft, there really is something for everyone!

1. HOUSE OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL

Waterford's Wonderful Outdoors: The Anne Valley Walk

Here in Waterford we are lucky to be surrounded by an abundance of gorgeous outdoor areas perfect for exploring and taking in the fresh air! We're going to share them with you, so hopefully in the future you can experience the beauty on your next visit to Waterford and discover where we take our inspiration from for our crystal masterpieces!

The Anne Valley Walk

Mount Congreve - Enchanting Gardens in the Sunny South East

If you are looking for a place to relax and wander through some beautiful outdoor surroundings, then Mount Congreve is a top choice while in Ireland's Ancient East. Located about 10 minutes by car from Waterford City Center, Mount Congreve is a perfect day out for all the family. You are guaranteed some spectacular views no matter the season as there is such a vast variety of flora and fauna throughout the estate which covers 70 acres.

Travel Guide to Ireland

Let's explore the best things to do in Waterford city and county in 2020. Experience the special things that happen on a break in Waterford - Too much fun for just one day! 

Explore The Waterford Region: The Foodie Feature

Every year the West Waterford Festival of Food takes place in Dungarvan putting the spotlight on the wonderful eateries and locally produced food & drink throughout the county of Waterford. The festival was meant to take place this Friday from the 17th – 19th April however due to the global pandemic the festival has had to be cancelled for this year.

Exploring Ireland's Ancient East - Powerscourt Estate & Gardens

Located in County Wicklow, otherwise known as 'The Garden of Ireland', Powerscourt Estate and Gardens is overlooked by the beautiful Sugar Loaf mountain and surroundedby a multitude of natures finest spectacles. Powerscourt has been ranked as the 3rd best garden in the world by National Geographic and welcomes 300,000 visitors annually. Over the years many film and TV productions have been shot at Powerscourt estate including'Vikings', 'The Tutors' and 'Ella Enchanted' to name a few.