Dublin's Port Company has partially reversed course on its plan to shrink the cruise business in the Irish capital.
This may be Game of Thrones' last season on television, but it's only the beginning for Northern Ireland's promotion of G.O.T. tourism.
Ireland's tourism board is granting funds to local authorities to develop new attractions in "undiscovered Ireland."
Dublin's port manager says it needs berth space for cargo, but cruise lines and tourism authorities protest.
The Shannon Estuary Way is one of several road-trip itineraries Irish tourism authorities hope will help visitors stay longer and spend more.
Aer Lingus is waiting on delivery of its A321LR neo jets to open new routes, and will now have to delay their start.
A ferry across the Liffey returns after 35 years, with some of its original crew.
On the coast just north of Dublin, a small museum and two windmills show us a bit of Irish and industrial history.
In Dublin, one cathedral per faith is not, apparently, enough. St Patrick's and Christ Church have co-existed in relative peace for nearly 800 years.
Wit the expansion of pre-clearance, airports need more facilities and staff. The U.S. pays for the customs personnel, but passengers pick up the rest.
PHeymont and his wife found good food, good music and a pleasant evening in Dublin's Celt Tavern.
Irish tourism set records this year for visitors and spending, but some worry that a downturn may be around the corner.
A seasonal ferry route has proven popular enough to become a year-round offering.
While others shoot for longer and longer flights, WestJet plans to use its new 737 MAX planes for a route from Halifax to Dublin.
Dublin's signs this past spring went beyond the usual amusement and artistry to reflect an emotional referendum campaign.