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Your next adventure starts here: there is a huge variety of sites and experiences not to be missed here in Ireland.
The following are just some of the many places of interests.
Vibrant Dublin (Dubhlinn, meaning black pool or bog) is more than just the capital of the Republic of Ireland.
With its 1.8 million inhabitants, located in a beautiful position at the head of Dublin Bay in the Irish Sea, it is the cultural and economic centre of the country.
Unesco City of Literature. The “One City, One Book” project honours the four Irish Nobel prize winners for literature and encourages everyone to read a book which is connected to the capital.
The amiable young Galway (Gaillimh from the Gaelic word for 'foreigner') was earmarked as the European Capital of Culture in 2020.
The 'city of the tribes' – so called because it was ruled in past centuries by 14 different merchant families – is a lively university town with a population of 76,800, in the west of the island of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way, it is one of the most spectacular coastal roads, among the longest in the world.
Capital of Gaeltact, where Gaelic, the Irish language, is still spoken, Galway has among its main monuments the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas from 1320 where legend has it that Christopher Columbus stopped before setting out for the Americas. In memory of this episode, a stone in English is donated by the city of Genoa in the harbour's Spanish Parade.
Visit the lively Latin Quarter with its shops, cafés, restaurants and medieval streets.
Kilkenny without a doubt the most beautiful inland town, is also called the “Marble City”. Polished Kilkenny limestone is everywhere, looking like the blackest marble.
It lies in the southeast of Ireland on the banks of the peat brown River Nore. Winding streets and lanes lend Kilkenny a special charm, rows of pretty Georgian houses and elegance.
A farmers market takes place on Thursday morning on the Parade, while the Market Yard has been home to a country market on Fridays and Saturdays for over 50 years.
For lovers of the arts there is an annual festival in August with dance, theatre, classical music and visual arts.
Connect with nature and enjoy a slower place in a rural haven
With its rich mix of beautiful landscapes, rugged hills, soft bogs, peaceful lakes and vibrant townscapes, welcome to one of the most surprising and unspoiled parts of Ireland. Immerse into relaxed rhythm of Ireland's Hidden Heartlands and discover hidden tracks and trails, charming Blueways, thrilling waterside towns and lovely rural villages.
From Leitrim to Tipperary, Ireland's Hidden Heartlands embrace an area full of extraordinary history, diverse culture and amazing natural beauty. Leitrim, Roscommon, Longford, Westmeath, Cavan, North Tipperary and Offaly are all nestled among this peaceful stretch of the midlands, boasting scores of unique cultural experiences native to each location.
Charming Belfast, (Béal Feirste means sandy ford at the river mouth) the capital of Northern Ireland since 1920.
The arrival of the French Huguenots in the late 17th century, gave “ Lineopolis” a little French flair and enriched it culturally.
Its magnificent 19th century buildings, the epithet of Athens of the North.
The European Beirut thanks to the end of the Troubles in 1998 with the Good Friday Agreement reinvented itself with new technology business, a construction boom and an ever increasing number of visitors as a result of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic in 1912.
A packed calendar of events with the Belfast Summer City Fest, the Belfast City Folk Festival featuring local and international stars, the Feile an Phobail in the Gaeltacht Quartes and St George’s market with fresh, local produce and great atmosphere make Belfast a city for all tastes.
Explore Ancient Trails & Legendary Tales
Discover Munster Vales a new inland tourism destination in the heart of Munster, of domestic and international significance incorporating the Comeragh, Knockmealdown, Galtee, Ballyhoura and Nagles mountain ranges.
Rejuvenate yourself in Ireland’s richest fertile vales, where your reward will be the treasures you will find from arresting views at the majestic Rock of Cashel, to the ancient university town of Lis-more.
A rural landscaped still to be explored
Savour the delicious food and drink crafted by local food producers.
Enjoy the Ballyhoura Garden Experience with a range of magical gardens stretching from Fedamore to Kilfinane.
Immerse yourself in the Shadow of the Galtees.
Soak up the atmosphere in the sacred space of Ireland’s largest stone circle - Grange Stone Circle
Experience 5,000 years of archaeology
Enjoy magnificent scenery of lake and hills
Discover High Kings, Ancient Illumination and Monuments to Prehistoric Man
Walk the 110 steps up to Hangman’s Rock.
Kilmallock Heritage Town - Cill Mocheallóg
Discover Kilmallock, one of Ireland’s finest examples of a medieval walled town
Explore the Dominican Priory, known locally as the Abbey.
Uncover the roots of JFK’s ancestors, the Fitzgerald Kennedys.
Visit all the character of the town, where fresh irish produce and locally brewed refreshments will slake the hunger and thirst of passing adventures.
Doneraile Wildlife Park
One of Ireland’s most visited attractions , 400 acres of woodland walks and cycles, Victorian Gar-dens and tea rooms with a playground on site, where Irish wildlife abounds in its natural habitat.
Visit the garden village home to the highest point of County Limerick, Knockfierna.
Embrace the Wild Atlantic Way of life
the longest defined coastal touring route in the world stretching 2,500 km from Inishoven in Donegal to Kinsale in west Cork through one of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.
Inishbofin - “Island of the white cow”
Walk in the footsteps of pirates and parliamentarians on the sacred Inishbofin island.
Enjoy stunning Atlantic coast scenery, spectacular views and award winning beaches with crystal clear waters.
Tralee - The grey beach
Visit the rose garden of Kerry .
Where the land meets the ocean.
Sky Road - Connemara
One of the best tourist attractions of Connemara with astonishing views and amazing scenery along its 11 km of route.
A place of contrasts, colours, wilderness and warm welcomes on the west coast of Ireland. From the bogs and lakes of the Gaelic speaking South Connemara, to the mountain vistas of North and West Connemara, the diversity of the landscape and the people who populate it offers much to the visitor.
Explore the impressive 12th century Cahir Castle and the ornamental wonder of the early 19th century Swiss Cottage.
Rock of Cashel
Visit a spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on a outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale.
Killaloe & Ballina on the River Shannon
Easy to Reach, Impossible to leave.
Clare Glens and Glenstal Abbey
Walk the Glens, a picturesque red sandstone gorge through which the Clare River flows and dis-plays numerous waterfalls.
Explore the 17th century Abbey with a great gate and a massive drum tower that resembles the one at Windsor Castle.
Don’t miss the experience to visit the medieval King Jon’s Castle.
Think you have seen it all? It’s only the beginning of your discoveries/adventures/experiences here in Ireland.
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