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10 Parks in Dublin

By Jacqueline Russe / November 8, 2019

The island of Ireland is also often called the “Emerald Isle”. You can easily see why the moment you set foot on Irish soil. Many green spaces can be found all over the island, especially in all the stunning parks and gardens. Dublin in particular possesses an astounding number of big and small parks scattered […]


Hip-Hop Series: Top 4 Rappers in Galway

By Emma Grove / November 5, 2019

We’ve taken a short hiatus but the Hip-hop series is back! This time we’re hitting up Galway to check out the small but strong hip-hop scene. Disclaimer: Not all of the artists are from or currently based in Galway, however they all are influenced by life in the city. Without further ado, here’s Babylon Radio’s […]


Metalhead Series: 4 Celtic Metal Bands from Dublin

By Jacqueline Russe / November 4, 2019

The music genre of metal has always been quite diverse with many different nuances and subgenres. One of these subgenres is Celtic Metal, a subgenre of folk metal that developed in the 1990s in Ireland. It was born out of a fusion of Heavy Metal and Celtic Rock. The genre has since expanded beyond the […]


13 French Restaurants in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 31, 2019

Conventionally, French cuisine has always been considered at the base of culinary culture in Western Europe, for as sophisticated and occasionally elaborate as it may be. With its spectacular and unexpected combination of ingredients, the great patissier and audacious chefs fight for the liberté, égalité et fraternité of their culinary traditions to be spread all […]


16 Cathedrals in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / October 30, 2019

You don’t have the patience to walk through a whole museum but still want to see a bit of Irish culture? No problem, just visit one of the stunning Cathedrals you can find all over Ireland. Babylon Radio has prepared a list of 16 Cathedrals in Ireland that could interest you. Province of Ulster St […]


Blues Venues

By Carlotta Cutrale / October 29, 2019

From its roots in the remote banks of the Mississippi to New Orleans, such a genre like the Blues can’t help but settle in one of the most musically advanced countries, Ireland, too.  Although with its limits and eternally feeling of eviction from its importance and perhaps too often compared to Jazz, the great ancestor […]


12 Museums in the South of Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / October 25, 2019

We already talked about the museums in Dublin and in the North of Ireland. But what about the South? Since, statistically, there are more people living in the south than in the north of Ireland, it is safe to say that there would be more museums as well. Babylon Radio took a look at 12 […]


9 Museums in the North of Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / October 23, 2019

Do you want to learn a bit more about Ireland’s history and culture but don’t have time or the money to travel to Dublin to visit one of the museums there? Or maybe you want to learn a bit more about the history of the different cities around Dublin? No problem, Babylon Radio has a […]


14 Museums in Dublin

By Jacqueline Russe / October 22, 2019

Ireland and Dublin in particular have always had a complex and intriguing history. You can revisit this history with the help of a great number of museums scattered throughout Dublin. Babylon Radio provides you with a list of 14 museums in Dublin that are definitely worth a visit. Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum Since 1832, more […]


7 Greek Restaurants in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / October 18, 2019

Do you want to escape the gloomy Irish weather? Do you want to eat something that reminds you of sunshine, warm weather and the Mediterranean Sea? Try one of the 7 Greek Restaurants that Babylon found scattered all over the island of Ireland. Yeeros Greek Souvlaki Bar Yeeros is a Greek Souvlaki Bar serving fresh […]

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