With a very rich history and beautiful landscapes around the country, Ireland is a great option for those who love traveling and seeing new places. The famous Emerald Isle offers different tourist routes that include the discovery of pubs, a walk on the banks of the Cliffs of Moher and have an Irish breakfast, for example.
Not to mention the museums, night clubs, the energetic Dublin, the cosy Galway and so on. Ireland provides fun for everyone, covering both activities outdoors and indoors. Below, we have listed five unmissable tours in Ireland. Prepare your travel kit and come with us!
1. Dublin City
Relatively small, Dublin has only 527,612 inhabitants, but when considering the metropolitan area, that number rises to 1,273,069, according to 2011 data. Safe, clean and well structured, Dublin allows various sights are visited in a single day on board of one of the numerous bus tours or even on foot! Among the activities that can’t stay out of the script when visiting the Irish capital are a tour of the pubs of the bohemian Temple Bar and a walk by the giant Phoenix Park, the largest enclosed municipal park in the world;
2. Cliffs of Moher
On the edge of County Clare, the Cliffs of Moher are a must-see if you are visiting Ireland. With stunning views, of the Atlantic and the coastal cliffs, this is, without doubt, one of the main sights of Ireland! The distance between Dublin and Cliffs of Moher is equal to 277.2 km and lasts about 3 hours and 23 minutes. Take the path to take a nap, play cards with friends or even admire the passage through the window.
Visiting Glendalough is an amazing experience and a dip in the history of Ireland. There, you will find one of the most important early Christian sites in Ireland. Tranquil setting near lakes in secluded valley with good walking routes and all this for free (charge only applies to visitor centre). Furthermore, the Wicklow Mountains National Park is nearby. An incredible trip!
Tourists visiting Glendalough
4. Ring of Kerry
Located in County Kerry (south-western Ireland), the Ring of Kerry is part of the mystical and unspoilt region of the country. Full of beautiful landscapes, it offers visitors various outdoor activities that include golf, cycling water-sports, riding, fishing, etc. Perfect ride for those who enjoy both mountains as coast.
5. The Giant’s Causeway
A breath-taking experience! The Giant’s Causeway is located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland and it is an attraction that will amaze any nature lover. Formed around 55,000,000 years ago, the Giants are a World Heritage Site with regular basalt rock formations. A visit to this little piece of Northern Ireland will allow tourists to admire on one side the North Atlantic Ocean and, on the other, the landscape of amazing cliffs.
Follow our tips and have a beautiful Irish experience!