Ireland Travel Guides & Information
County Clare is a must-see when in Ireland. Considered by many to be the home of Irish music as well as the moonscapes of The Burren, Lough Derg and the Cliffs of Moher, it has lots to offer.
With Giant’s Causeway, Dublin’s reputable nightlife, Burren’s sweeping landscapes and Cork’s canals, not to mention the Cliffs of Moher or Connemara’s majestic Twelve Pins, Ireland’s attractions are not hard to find or indeed, difficult to appreciate.
A little country with character in abundance, Ireland’s got just about everything a nation needs to make anyone’s destination bucket list. Rock climb in Donegal, windsurf in Wexford, go whale watching in Cork or soak up the atmosphere at one of the islands many lively food and drink festivals. Alternatively, meander through Ireland’s great and vast landscapes, the ominous hills and fragrant fauna surrounding your senses, where the captivating beauty of this effortlessly enigmatic island is showcased to perfection.
Relax like the locals in the evenings with a pint of the world’s best Guinness, surrounded by friendly smiles and toasty log fires. Venture into the cities for a top-notch meal or spend your evening to the tune of the bodhrán or fiddle.
Perfect for lengthy holidays or even a weekend away, a seaside jaunt or a city break, Dublin can’t help but impress, ‘to be sure’.
Did You Know?
- Dublin’s original Guinness Brewery has a 9, 000 year lease amounting to a perpetual rate of around 45 Irish pounds a year.
- A rather unique birthday present - the Irish tradition is to turn the child upside down and bump their head on the floor for luck.
- Pensioners do not have to pay for a TV license.
- There are no snakes in Ireland, other than in zoos or as pets.
- Ireland is the third largest Island in Europe and is the western most point in the continent.
Destinations in Ireland
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