Take a break from the classics and discover these 10 intriguing books set in Great Britain and Ireland, from city to countryside.
Where to Stay in Dublin, Ireland
JourneyWoman readers share their tips on where to stay in Dublin, Ireland, including hotels, hostels, B&Bs, and more.
Are Cork’s Top Tourist Attractions Worth the Hype?
Guest writer Kaelie Piscitello shares why Cork, Ireland is a city full of surprises that offer different experiences at every turn.
Dreaming of Ireland: A Solo Traveller’s Adventures in the Emerald Isle
Adventure awaits in Ireland, when solo traveller Sue Janzen joins a group tour to discover Ireland’s pubs, distilleries and libraries. (Sponsored)
Solo Travel Over 50: Discovering the Magic of a Group Tour In Ireland
When our Women over 50 writer Sue Janzen travels to ireland on a group tour, she discovers landscapes, legends and laughter. (Sponsored)
Going Green: A Solo Traveller Readies for Group Travel to Ireland
Solo traveller Sue Janzen explores how solo travel differs from group travel as she plans a trip to Ireland with Globus Travel. (sponsored)
Healing Your Past Through Travel: Memories of a Trip to England and Scotland
JourneyWoman Joy Fox travels to England and Scotland to revisit her memories and heal her past.
Hiking Ireland’s Kerry Way Starts With the First Step
The Kerry Way is a 214-km circular hike that begins and ends in Killarney, Ireland and takes eight to 10 days to complete. Just the challenge guest writer Pandora Domeyko needed.
Lúghnasah: Ireland’s Celtic Pre-Harvest Festival
Guest writer and Irish native Ann V. Quinlan shares the story of the great Lúghnasagh fire festivals, which begin in Ireland on August 1.
Get a Glimpse into Rural Life in Ireland With John McGahern’s Novel
Step into the slow, relaxing pace of Irish rural life with “By the Lake That They May Face the Rising Sun” by John McGahern.