Topic: Irelands Ancient East
May 27, 2019
May 26, 2019
April 03, 2019
Under the expert supervision of a local guide, this is a rare opportunity to explore the Boyne Valley in the actual currach boats that featured in the Game of Thrones TV series. Native to Ireland, and rooted in its history, the currach was traditionally made with a wooden frame, sealed with animal skins and hides.
March 26, 2019
Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre, the gateway to the famous passage tombs Newgrange and Knowth is currently undergoing a major refurbishment for approximately 6 months. The refurbishment, will include a "state-of-the-art" exhibition celebrating megalithic art at Knowth.Read more...
February 06, 2019
The Boyne Valley is situated in the east of Ireland and only 15 minutes from Dublin Airport. It is Ireland’s ancient capital and its most sacred and mythical landscape.
Visit places filled with unmissable experiences with Maps and Brochures as your guide and Itineraries as your inspiration, prepare for an adventure through a land of legends. From brave knights, castles and round towers to tales of emigrants, monks and ancient civilisations, Ireland’s Ancient East is brimming with stories, culture, attractions, festivals and fun. Boyne Valley is the birthplace of Ireland’s Ancient East and has some of the world’s most mythical landscapes. The rich valley is home to a range of heritage sites and monuments including Europe’s largest Anglo-Norman Castle.Read more...
March 04, 2016
My name is Peter Byrne and I work here at the CityNorth Hotel dealing with Tourism, Heritage and Leisure. I am a Failte Ireland National Tour guide for the 32 Counties of Ireland and an Ireland’s Ancient East Story teller.