The Battle For Alesia
13
July
2021

The Battle For Alesia

The king and chieftain Vercingetorix went down in history as a brave man who turned against Caesar when the emperor wanted to bring his campaign of conquest through Gaul. The Celtic king Vercingetorix united the Gallic tribes and thus escalated the clash of civilizations. In the end, Vercingetorix had to accept the fact that his […]

Celtic Cuisine
14
December
2020

Celtic Cuisine

Celtic culture consists not only of legends, St. Patrick’s Day, and step dancing. A major part of cultural heritage of Ireland is made up of traditional cuisine. The Irish people live in the harsh natural conditions or windy and rainy weather, as a result, traditional Irish dishes are hearty, greasy, and very tasty. We suggest […]

23
November
2019

Celts and Europe

Usually, Celts are related to Ireland, Scotland, Wales and this is all true. They settled in Britain and Ireland around 500BC and after a few hundred years Celtic culture was dominant one across this island. However, Celtic people were great travellers and cultural influencers who were spread amongst the central Europe, Germany, France, Belgium, the […]

12
September
2019

Who Were the Celts? The Ancient Origins of Celtic Culture

The world Celt may summon up certain images in the mind. In reality, that name reflects upon a hugely diverse range of peoples with common ancestry from all over Western Europe. In the early days of the Anno Domini era, Celtic peoples would have lived all over France, Belgium, the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) […]

12
July
2019

Three Fantastic Creatures or Spirits from Celtic Traditions

Over the several thousand years since these stories first developed, Celtic traditions have told of the some of the craziest, creepiest and downright mad creatures and spirits. From cannibal man-horses than live in Lochs, to snake-headed leopards and demon kings with killer gazes – the British Isles has supposedly been home to some truly fantastical […]

14
May
2019

Three Crazy Stories from Celtic Mythology

From shapeshifting pooka and mischievous leprechauns to seriously cool warriors, magic salmon of knowledge, bottomless cauldrons, irate giants and more – Celtic mythology is full of badass and ridiculous stories. The folklore of the ancient Irish culture that spread across Europe spans centuries of intriguing and captivating tales, that bring to life the wild and […]

Celtic Ring
20
March
2019

Examining Important Celtic Artefacts

The story of the Celts is filled with exciting twists and turns, featuring love stories for the ages, battles to tug at your heartstrings and fairy-tales that fascinate you with their mention of mythical creatures and magical occurrences.

14
March
2019

Three Great Celtic Themed Movies

Over the past decades, cinema has plundered the mythological canons of many cultures for inspiration. Norse characters like Thor or Loki, Ancient Greek heroes in Troy, 300 or Sinbad – and many more to boot. However, Celtic stories and legends (which are fertile pickings for aspiring screenwriters, we might add) have been sadly ignored by […]

08
March
2019

The Tree of Life – Celtic Cultures

The sacred tree of life is a considerably essential and crucial aspect of ancient Celtic cultures. It was said to be responsible for the beginning of life. In the ancient Celtic culture; the tree of life was said to represent the balance and harmony of nature. Not only is this symbol considered to be legendary […]

19
February
2019

Trailing the Picturesque Ring of Kerry – Celtic Tour

What’s not to love about the Celtic culture? Everything that bears even the remote semblance to the Celtic culture is spectacular and history driven. Being a tourist in the Celtic countryside is no lesser as a spectacle. From sandy beaches to bogs, from lakes and rocky shorelines, a sense of mysticism is a promise. Several […]