We all say we won't go to an Irish pub while abroad but generally we always end up in one.
Whether it's to taste some home cooking, watch some GAA on the big screen or even just to have a sip of a half-decent pint of Guinness, Irish people invariably seek out the nearest local away from home. They're a great spot to exchange travel tips with fellow tourists and locals alike and the hospitality can't be beaten.
Alas, finding an Irish pub can usually be tricky in a big and strange city but that need no longer be the case thanks to this slick new website.
The page, which has been launched by Expedia, features over 200 Irish pubs from over 40 destinations around the world, including Irish pubs as far afield Bali, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico, Cape Town and Dubai, along with some of the more popular UK and European cities like London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona and Paris.
'Irish Pubs Of The World' is very easy to use and should make your quest for a pint of the black stuff much easier on your next trip abroad.
Check out the new site here.