Belgium is taking legal action over what it says are intentionally complicated claim forms.
Ireland's longest greenway take top honors at a European fair.
St Columbanus, a 6th-century Irish missionary walked his way across Europe for his faith. Now, Ireland is following his travels with a pilgrimage path.
An uninhabited island that hosts summer visitors has a new pair of caretakers willing to put up without mod cons.
With more and more electric cars on the road, and with significant tourism by self-drive visitors, Ireland prepares new infrastructure.
A historic building that survived its own burning is now a center for visitors and for Irish history.
Now that the UK is no longer in the EU, duty-free shoppers on both sides can take advantage of one-way shopping cruises.
As Irish air traffic returns, Ryanair warns that more is needed to keep Dublin in the picture.
The discount carrier, based in the Irish Republic, is closing its last two bases in the north.
An abandoned rail line is reopening as a bike and hike trail in Limerick
Converting a barge to a luxury hotel could give its new home an economic boost.
Ireland's first horological museum is off to a timely start in Waterford.
Ireland is pumping new funds into four projects designed to ramp up tourism in Ireland's different regions.
Ireland's National Stud has added interactive jockey rides and other features to its home and museum for Irish racing.
The company that owns it, and the Orient Express, has decided there's more to be made elsewhere post-pandemic.