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Irish rugby fans in Yokohama in November: Club Travel sales this year were boosted by the Rugby World Cup, which was held in Japan.  File photograph: Matthew Childs/Reuters

Ireland’s largest independently-owned travel company, Club Travel, has bought one of its main rivals. Dublin-based Atlas Travel is ranked third in t(...)

Only a small fraction of Irish fans travelling to Copenhagen for Ireland’s World Cup playoffs will actually be in the ground. Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

There was disappointment on Wednesday for the vast majority of supporters who applied for tickets for the first leg of Ireland’s play-off in Copenhage(...)

The Nyhavn neighbourhood, which was originally a busy commercial port, is now a pretty neighbourhood filled with waterside bars and restaurants.

Copenhagen. A capital city crammed with culture. A city of sophistication. Of calm. Of cyclists. And for one weekend only next month, it will be host (...)

Spend the winter in the  Algarve, Portugal with prices from €176 for three weeks.

Three weeks winter holidays from €176pps Long-stay holidays over the winter are available with Abbey Travel for amazing prices, from November to Febru(...)

With only 500 permits available per day,  travellers are urged to book the trek, which ends at the 550-year old Incan citadel of Machu Picchu. Photograph: Getty Images

Anyone hoping to trek the Inca Trail in 2018 better start planning, as permits are about to be released – four months earlier than usual. Until this (...)

Trim Salmon of Knowledge Festival at Trim Castle

If the thought of heading back to homework, uniforms and school lunches is hard to bear, just think how the kids feel. The best way to brush off the b(...)

Lyon: Aer Lingus and Ryanair have added extra flights to France during the tournament. Photograph: Robert Pratta/Reuters

Demand by football supporters to follow Ireland’s progress in the Euro 2016 championships is up to a third higher than the unsuccessful Polish campaig(...)

 FAI chief executive John Delaney not happy with SFA. Photograph: Cathal Noonan / Inpho

FAI chief executive John Delaney has branded as “a joke” the Scottish FA’s statement regarding the ticket row ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifier in Glas(...)

The FAI has received over 12,000 applications for the 3,209 tickets they received  for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland at Celtic Park on November 14th. Photograph:   Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) have hit out at the Scottish Football Association (SFA) for not increasing the away team allocation of ticke(...)

FAI chief executive John Delaney. Photograph: Dennis Grombkowski/ Bongarts/Getty Images

FAI chief executive John Delaney has written to a number of Irish fans to say he is looking into the distribution of tickets for next month’s game in (...)

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