Avid readers should head to Dublin in April, says Lee Atkinson, when the city becomes the world's largest book club.
Brian Turner discovers mediaeval treasures, pithy dictums and mischevious desire on a tour of the world's great libraries.
On the border country's winding back roads, Tom Neal Tacker loses his way but finds poetry and echoes of 'old' Ireland.
From Venice and Rio to Bolivia's Oruro, some cities really know how to kick up their heels. Natalie Paris chooses the best
A week sampling the delights of Ireland.
Christmas has become a global festival, regardless of religion or location.