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    Dreams of Ireland 2021

    As we begin 2021 and look to the future, we’d like to share a message of hope and friendship with this wonderful rendition of The Cranberries’ classic Dreams, performed by six school choirs across the Emerald Isle.

    Enjoy wonderful footage of some our iconic locations around the island of Ireland – including places like Fanad Lighthouse in County Donegal and Ben Bulben Co. Sligo on the Wild Atlantic Way; Powerscourt House & Gardens Co. Wicklow; Glendalough Co. Wicklow; Trim Castle Co. Meath; Kilkenny Castle in Kilkenny City in Ireland’s Ancient East; the Peace Bridge Derry City, the Gobbins Cliff Path Walk Co. Antrim and the Mussenden Temple near Castlerock Co. Derry in Northern Ireland.

    Benbulben, County Sligo © Fáilte Ireland

    So why not sit back, relax and dream of Ireland while absorbing this heart warming song.

    This short video under the guidance of Dónal Doherty, the artistic director of the City of Derry International Choir Festival, includes students from Methodist College in Belfast; Moate Community School, Co Westmeath; Presentation Secondary School in Ballyphehane, Cork; St Mary’s College in Derry; Blackrock College in Dublin; and Laurel Hill Coláiste FCJ in Limerick (where the Cranberries’ lead singer, the late Dolores O’Riordan, enhanced her wonderful talent).

    Glendalough, County Wicklow © Fáilte Ireland

    Make your dreams of Ireland a reality

    Make your dreams of Ireland a reality with Specialized Travel Services in 2021 and discover our native spirit, beautiful landscapes, buzzing cities and our warm welcome. There is a special treasure trove in Ireland waiting to be explored and to find out more please don’t hesitate to get in touch 

    You could also check out our private chauffeur vacations for even more ideas on what to visit in Ireland. Soak up the hidden gems of the Emerald Isle with our knowledgeable driver guides.

    Our “Gift of Ireland” gift certificates allow you to choose a customized vacation that is both personal and wonderful. There is flexibility to use our gift certificates for any of our travel services, including self-drive tours, escorted tours, private group tours and tailor made vacations. You can use the “Gift of Ireland” towards hotel accommodation, airport transfers, visitor attractions, a round of golf, afternoon tea, a medieval castle banquet or a romantic evening meal….. The list is endless. Plus they are valid for 5 years from date of purchase. The “Gift of Ireland” really is the special gift that keeps on giving!

    We love hearing from our friends around the world who share a passion for Ireland like our team here at Specialized Travel Services and we’re more than happy to answer your travel to Ireland queries. Just drop us a line at newyork@special-ireland.com

    The Gobbins Cliff Path Walk, Co. Antrim © Tourism Ireland

     

     

    Note: Featured image at the top of the blog is of Fanad Head Lighthouse, Co. Donegal – Photographer Tom Archer © Tourism Ireland


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      Powerscourt Gardens, Co. Wicklow © Failte Ireland & Tourism Ireland
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      Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny City © Fáilte Ireland
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      Fanad Lighthouse, Co. Donegal. Photographer Tom Archer © Fáilte Ireland
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      Peace Bridge, Derry City © Fáilte Ireland
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      Trim Castle, County Meath © Fáilte Ireland

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