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Hungary Travel Guide
Five Must-See Budapest Attractions
The capital city of Hungary has a number of amazing attractions for visitors to enjoy. As such, deciding which sights and attractions you should visit can be a difficult choice. If time is short and you are looking for the best Budapest attractions to include in your visit, these five must-sees should be incorporated into your itinerary...
Ireland Travel Guide
10 Things to Know About Ireland   by Richard Monk
Ireland has long been an island divided, but is starting to make a serious comeback. Here are 10 things to know about the Emerald Isle...
A Memorable Vacation in Donegal, Ireland  by Ross Gill
Downings, which is located in North West Donegal, Ireland is one of the most scenic areas on the Atlantic Ocean. And, the facilities on offer for a complete and relaxing family holiday are second to none. One proviso though, the weather. Sometimes the wind gets up but for the serious windsurfer, this is a boost....
Belfast Travel Basics  by Milan Matchev
Located in Northern Ireland, Belfast is the capital and the largest urban area in that area. The city is situated on the Ireland's beautiful eastern coast and flanked to the northwest by a series of green rolling hills, including Cavehill, which is thought to be the inspiration behind "Gulliver's Travels" by Jonathan Swift....
Dublin, a great destination on your Irish holiday
Dublin is both the capital and also the most populous city in Ireland.  The name of the city is apparently derived from the Irish word "Dubhlinn", which means "black pool".  While that might sound a tad ominous, there is nothing scary about this internationally-renowned city.... 
Travel To Ireland: Celtic Lore And Pub Camaraderie   by Frank Johnson
The signature rolling green pastures of Ireland's landscape is enough to resuscitate the weary traveler back to life with calming beauty and refreshing hospitality. From strange stone formations to thousand-year-old churches, Ireland's countryside is a patchwork of some of the most intriguing remnants of a unique but turbulent history, not to mention the sprinkling of jubilantly jolly pubs that will have you singing folk songs with a signature Irish dark ale in your hand in no time....
Vacation Like Royalty in an Irish Castle  by Carol Johnson
Many travelers who dream about Ireland imagine rolling green fields with majestic stone castles rising into the blue sky. But an Irish castle doesn’t have to be only a part of the scenery. A smattering of castles all over Ireland offer a wide variety of accommodations and features to adventurous travelers who want to experience a touch of castle life first hand....
Lithuania Travel Guide
A Guide to Vilnius, Europe's Capital of Culture 2009   by Kate Tee
Bored of brioche? Pale at the prospect of pasta? Why not sample somewhere different for your next city break?  Taking the baton from Liverpool, Vilnius is the new European Capital of Culture. And with a host of special events organised in celebration, now's the time to discover Lithuania's medieval-yet-modern gem....

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