ShareTweet For those traveling to Ireland, one of your first stops will most likely be Dublin. As the nation’s capital of Ireland, Dublin is one of the greatest walkable cities in all of Europe. You will most likely ask your self, “What kind of things can I do in Dublin?”,
ShareTweet When you visit Ireland chances are you will run into a few of the top historic castles without even trying. There isn’t an exact answer on just how many castles their are, but most sites say it’s in the thousands. Unfortunately the majority are in ruins at this point
ShareTweet When visiting Dublin you will have more activities to do than you can most likely finish during your stay. From visiting the Guinness Storehouse to walking through St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin has some of the best places to see in Ireland. The best part is everyone is friendly and
ShareTweet For those that want a more countryside rural experience while in Ireland, Galway Bay is the perfect destination. Located on the western side of the country there are plenty of places to go and things to do during your visit. Situated on the river Corrib, you can head down
ShareTweet Cork Country is one of the bigger areas in Ireland with a vibrant community and a number of popular attractions to visit. Although many people tend to stick to the West side of the country, if you have some time and want to get some rural countryside experiences, Cork
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