The Emerald Isle has been producing writers, poets, lyricists and especially storytellers since the dawn of time. The Seanchi, the Irish word for storyteller, entertained common folk and royalty alike with oral tales of fairies, Celtic warriors and legendary deed-doing, which seem to be long forgotten, yet their stories still survive even today.
Follow the footsteps of Ireland’s most famous writers. Take a step back in time by visiting the homes and museums of famous authors such as W.B. Yeats and James Joyce.