Some additional websites to aid in your Ireland trip planning:
This is the Republic of Ireland's official tourist office website, chock-full of descriptive information on things to see and do.
This resource is dedicated to the historic and significant sites around the country.
Search this site to look through accommodation choices in each region of Ireland.
This is a good reference for luxury accommodation and the finest dining.
Living up to its name, this website lists the best eats in the entire country.
This fine website delves into Ireland's best dining venues and gives thorough insight into renowned places to stay.
Visit Dublin is the resource for those spending any time in Ireland's bustling capital.
For everyone visiting the city and looking for the best parties, pub-crawls, and all sorts of activities, peruse the various channels here.
Find expert information about all aspects of a trip to Ireland, including planning, traveling, eating, drinking, sightseeing, and more.
If traveling south of Dublin, this resource does a nice job in outlining all that is going on in the “Garden of Ireland.”
Promoted in this guidebook as an off-the-beaten path gem, the website gives an overview of all there is to do in this special, often overlooked region of the country.
This site compiles a listing of events, accommodations, and sites in Ireland's most-happening southwestern city.
This resource is a compilation of all the up-to-the-minute activities going on in Dingle.
Find out all that is going on in what is becoming a popular place to visit, especially thanks to the memoir Angela's Ashes, courtesy of the Limerick City Council.
This resource is dedicated to helping travelers plan their trip around Ireland's most stark, beautiful regions.
This is Northern Ireland Tourist Board's official tourist resource.
Current news articles about Ireland mixed with quick facts and travel essays, courtesy of the Times' website.