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Sunday 26 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Holliers

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# Holliers
Explainer: What's the current advice about taking holidays abroad and how would 'air bridges' work?
Ireland is looking at creating travel corridors with other countries in Europe with similarly low levels of Covid-19, but there’s no certainty as of yet.
# Holliers
The Dáil is going on holidays for Christmas today
Politicians have four weeks off from today.
# recess
The Dáil won't sit again for another 68 days
The Ceann Comhairle said: “May you all have a joyful, happy and relaxing period of a holiday.”
# Holliers
Tommy Bowe will present RTÉ holiday show while recovering from ankle injury
Move over, Judith Chalmers!
# Craic
11 things that stress out Irish people when they're abroad
We need to find a restaurant for dad’s tastebuds.
# Holliers
15 cities you have to visit at least once, according to the experts
How many have you been to?
# Holliers
Miles Teller is on a road trip around Ireland and it looks like he's having a great time
He’s been spotted in Cork and Kilkenny!
# Holliers
Lily Allen is on holiday in Galway and it looks like she's having great craic
Sorry about the weather, Lily.
# Holliers
Ireland is doing its best to make caravan holidays a thing again
There’s a new standard being set for off-beat accommodation.
# Holliers
German politicians want to PAY holidaymakers to go to Greece
It’s becoming a popular tourist destination for Germans.
# Holliers
8 cheap and cheerful Ryanair destinations to visit this summer
For the frugal among you.
# Holliers
Irish people could be holidaying in some pretty strange places next year
New flights in 2015 will include Ethiopia, Jamaica and Cuba.
# Holliers
11 photos of life in North Korea, according to its swanky new tourism website
Fancy a citybreak?
# inbox me
The Briefcase: No-go hollier zones, pre-budget chat and the value of reading the fine print
This was the week in business.
# Holliers
More people are choosing Ireland as their holiday destination
New figures from CSO show visitor numbers up again.
Opinion: Next year there will be no ‘family holiday’ – there will be a ‘staycation’
The only way to have a proper break is to leave the kids at home.
# thinking of a holiday
The 50 places in Europe you need to visit in your lifetime
And they’re just about right on your doorstep.
# sandy sambos
12 Irish childhood summer holiday rituals
Boogie boarding and boot picnics.
# Holliers
These are some seriously fancy (and ridiculously pricey) London hotels
Here are the twenty most expensive in the city.
# bucket and spade
Andy Carroll was off on holidays before Roy Hodgson could put him on standby for Brazil
It beats a Vauxhall garage in Luton, I suppose.
# Holliers
Extreme weather conditions haven't put people off visiting the Cliffs of Moher
A total of 177,878 people visited the site between 1 January and 30 April this year.
# Seeya
The Dáil has gone on holidays until September
TDs will focus on their constituencies for the next nine weeks, or so they tell us.
# Holliers
Essential map of how to say 'beer' everywhere in Europe
Handy for the holidays, wha?
# travel tips
Going on holliers? Here's how to get through an airport as quickly as possible
You’re so close to your holiday that you can almost taste it – but there’s just the airport to get through first…
# Holliers
Holidaymakers urged to ensure passports are valid
Those going abroad this summer have been reminded to ensure their passports are valid and in date.
# Holliers
Irish people brag and exaggerate most about their holidays
A new survey finds that Irish bosses are losing as much as €14 million annually due to the time employees spend bragging about their holidays.
# Holliers
Ministers won't be recalled from holidays despite spiralling Euro crisis
Much of the cabinet is understood to have decamped to Kerry, as one analyst warns we could be headed for a Eurozone split.