Ireland may be known for its rolling green landscapes and pints of Guinness, and there’s a reason for that: the picturesque scenery and lively pubs serve as an alluring introduction to the rest of the country’s colorful heritage. How will you choose to explore it?
St. Patrick’s Day and a quality pint of beer are a match made in heaven—and who are we to question this perfect pairing? We’ve already rounded up some of our favorite breweries in the world, but there are many more districts and neighborhoods that offer quaint pubs, lively outdoor beer gardens and other settings perfect for enjoying a pint in the spirit of the holiday.
Sales Training Manager Anthony Rambaud was constantly amazed by the beautiful scenery and cheery people of Ireland. "This tour exceeded my expectations in every way," he said. "I was able to take photographs that I will love for a lifetime." Here, he shares 5 pictures from his trip.
At Go Ahead and EF, protecting the environment is very important to us. So, we really loved hearing that overseas travel is getting greener everyday. As of January of this year, the 55 Carbon Accredited airports in Europe handle 52% of the continent’s passenger traffic. That means that more than half of European commercial air traffic is routed through airports that are doing their part to control their carbon footpr
Last year marked Go Ahead’s 20th anniversary, and to celebrate, we set off on our 20th Anniversary Tour in Rome. We had so much fun that we’ve decided to make our 21st anniversary just as memorable as our 20th! Now, with the new year in front of us, we’re excited to announce our new 21st Anniversary Tour in Ireland on September 24, 2011. Like our 20th anniversary tour to Rome, this trip is packed with exp
When Go Ahead Tour Consultants Lindsay Link and Jenna Bartolomei chose a Go Ahead vacation, they both selected The Best of England, Scotland & Ireland. For Lindsay, this was a chance to see three of her favorite countries on a single voyage, while for Jenna, the trip offered a return to her family’s ancestral village in Ireland’s County Kerry. And as luck would have it, their trip coincided with both
The next destination in our ongoing Travel Spotlight series is the city of Dublin, the capital of Ireland and home to literary giants, a fascinating castle and a vibrant pub culture. The City of Dublin can trace its origins back over 1,000 years. From a small Viking settlement, Dublin has evolved into one of the most vibrant capitals in the world. It is a city rich in cultural heritage—from the beautifully illuminate