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Ireland, with its rich cultural heritage and storied history, is home to a myriad of captivating statues that stand as silent witnesses to the nation’s past and present. 

Each sculpture tells a unique story, reflecting the diverse facets of Irish culture, mythology, and historical moments.

We are looking for your favourite, whether it’s a symbol of resilience, a tribute to a legendary figure, or an artistic masterpiece, we want to discover the statue that resonates most with you and holds a special place in your heart.

In today’s email: 

  • We are looking for your favourite statue in Ireland.
  • No News From Ireland?
  • Don’t Forget Your Gift – The Ultimate Ireland Travel Bundle
  • At the bar –  Irish dancers stole the show in Temple Bar 
  • Guest Bloggers Wanted
  • Around The Web:  Would You Dive From Downpatrick Head?,  Embracing Tradition | “Mo Ghille Mear” by UCD Choral Scholars, A Deep Dive Into County Derry and more
  • Experience of the day – The Best Cork Cruise Ship Excursions And Day Tours For 2024
  • Irish Word of the Day – Deilf
  • From Social Media – Glendalough
  • Irish Food You Will Love – I Tried The BEST STEAK in DUBLIN
  • The Craic – Allie Sherlock’s Covers Ed Sheeran’s “Supermarket Flowers” 

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We Are Looking For Your Favourite Statue In Ireland.

We have asked the 678 K members of the Love Ireland Group to vote and we want you to help us choose your favourite statue in Ireland.

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At The Bar

Irish dancers stole the show in Temple Bar  

Irish dancers stole the show in Temple Bar – St Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious holiday that is celebrated every year on March 17th, in honor of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. It is a time when people come together to celebrate  Irish culture, heritage and history. One of the most popular ways to celebrate is through traditional Irish music and dance.

At The Bar

Guest Bloggers Wanted

We’re thrilled to announce that we’re opening our doors to guest writers for our lovetovisitireland.com travel blog.

As a guest writer you will have access to our site’s monthly audience of 100s of thousands of travellers, and permission to insert back links to your own blogs/social media in your article as compensation.

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Around The Web

Significant Longford tourism project has ‘amazing potential’

Clondra is set to benefit from a significant tourism infrastructure project members of Longford County Council heard at the November

Would You Dive From Downpatrick Head?

For the fifth time since 2012, the world’s most daring cliff divers descended upon Ireland, ready to push the boundaries of their sport. 

Connemara: a slice of heaven in the far west of Ireland

With its blue mountains, “colossal” skies, and wide empty beaches, Connemara is “a country unto itself”, and the most beautiful region in the west of

The Tipperary bakery known all over Ireland for its fabulous brack

Autumn and the holiday season are the busiest times of year for the bakery. The barmbrack is definitely the star of the show.

Ireland’s Causeway Coast

Should you wish to travel between Northern Ireland’s two largest cities — Belfast and Derry-Londonderry — the quickest way is to take the A6 road.

‘Crazy’ Galway Christmas market video shows huge queues as stalls ‘crammed’

Galway’s famous Christmas Market has returned for its 2023 edition and this year has proved just as popular as ever. 

Irish Rail announce new Galway train service beginning as early commuters rejoice addition

Irish Rail have announced a major new change as the network introduces an additional stop on one of their busiest services.

Embracing Tradition | “Mo Ghille Mear” by UCD Choral Scholars

In the heart of Dublin, the Choral Scholars of University College Dublin (UCD) enchanted audiences with a soul-stirring performance

A Cork hotel has made it into Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ seasonal gift guide

Cork’s own Ballymaloe House Hotel has made it into Gwyneth Paltrow’s swanky ‘Goop’ seasonal gift guide for 2023.

A Deep Dive Into County Derry

Welcome to County Derry, a captivating region in Northern Ireland that seamlessly blends a rich historical tapestry with breathtaking natural landscapes. 

In this exploration, we invite you to embark on a journey through the heart of Derry/Londonderry, a city defined by its resilient city walls and centuries of dramatic history. 

Derry Deep Dive

Cork Film Festival announces winner of inaugural best new Irish feature award

‘Prospect House’ was selected from an eclectic shortlist to be named the Best New Irish Feature at the 68th Cork International Film Festival.

North Cork wedding venue scoops ‘Most Stylish Country House Hotel’ at big award ceremony

They were up against some of the best known hospitality spots in Ireland.


Experience of the day

The Best Cork Cruise Ship Excursions And Day Tours For 2024

The best Cork private day tours and cruise ship excursions for 2024 are now available for booking. Discover the enchanting coastal treasure of Cork, Ireland, offering an abundance of unforgettable experiences for travelers seeking exclusive shore excursions in 2024.

Prepare to be captivated by Cork’s stunning natural beauty and rich heritage, as you explore dramatic cliffs and historic castles. Embark on a thrilling adventure through the picturesque landscapes of the Ring of Kerry, where sweeping vistas, timeless villages, and rugged mountains will leave you in awe. Immerse yourself in history as you uncover the wonders of Blarney Castle, home to the legendary Blarney Stone, believed to bestow the gift of eloquence to those who dare to kiss it.

Cork Tours

Irish Word of the Day

Deilf – meaning = dolphin

Want to submit a word of the day? – Get mentioned in our Newsletter

Submit Word Of The Day


From Social Media

No words, just Glendalough

Who’s visited this beauty?

Glendalough

and YouTube


Irish Food You Will Love

I Tried The BEST STEAK in DUBLIN


The Craic

Allie Sherlock’s Covers Ed Sheeran’s “Supermarket Flowers” 

Certain songs possess the ability to touch our souls and resonate with our deepest emotions. Ed Sheeran’s “Supermarket Flowers” is undoubtedly one such composition, a poignant ode to the loss of a loved one. 

Recently, the talented young artist Allie Sherlock took on the challenge of covering this emotionally charged song, delivering a rendition that not only pays homage to Sheeran’s original but also adds her unique touch and heartfelt emotion.

Allie Sherlock

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