Ireland is filled with an incredible wealth of places that are sure to fascinate you every time. Despite having a small size, Ireland boasts of many exciting placesto visit for the wanderlusts.
As much of the Irish population are concentrated around the cities, the nation has a lot of free spaces for an intrepid traveler to map out. From narrow roads, vintage castles, charming pubs, and magnificent views, each and every place in the country are sure to spellbind you with their charm.
There is no point in visiting Ireland if Dublin isn’t on your travel list. The Irish capital has some of the best attractions in and around its perimeter and is home to one-third of the Irish population. Start off with the Blarney castle and then map your way towards the plethora of museums, pubs, and cathedrals sprinkled around the city. And for a relaxing day out stop at St Stephen Green’s Park or Grafton street for a quick shopping spree.
- Aran Islands Aran islands are the most iconic of all places to visit in Ireland. Situated near the mouth of the Atlantic Ocean, the stunning Irish Islands comprises three main parts namely InisMorr, InisMeain, and InisOirr. Breathtaking views, extraordinary scenery, traditional cottages do give a quick sneak peek into the history of the place. With an abundance of wildlife, green pastures, and meandering roads Aran Islands are in every a delight to the soul. While in the place take time out and visit the lovely Kilronan village and Dun Aengus for an amazing experience of Irish history.
Galway is yet another famous tourist destination in Ireland which is affectionately called “The City of Tribes”. The city is a hotspot for wealthy Irish music and Lynch Castle which is a remarkable piece of architecture carved from limestone. While in the locale do not forget to make your way towards the Latin quarter and Quay street to discover an amazing trail of pubs, shops, restaurants, bars, and galleries. And if the city lights start to wear you off then visit the Salthill Promenade along the side of the bay. Apart from that, the other sightseeing places are Galway Cathedral, Kirwans Lane, and Dunguaire Castle.
Cork is the second-largest city in the country after Dublin. Noted for its colorful houses that line up across the city length, Cork is also home to the famous Irish legend of the Blarney stone. Among other things that lure visitors to the city are churches all dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries along with Cork City Gaol a former prison that is now operating as a museum. And for travelers who would love to spend a lazy day do head towards the Fitzgerald park.
There are plenty of things to see and do in the first Irish city. Boasting of an incredible list of places all decked up in the culture, Limerick is home to St John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral. The city is also lined up with a trail of museums like Hunt Museum and Limerick City Gallery of Art which has some finest collection of paintings and sculptures. Apart from that visitors can also stretch their legs in the parks around the city for a relaxing day out.
- Iveragh Peninsula
Iveragh Peninsula is best known for encompassing amazing scenery from both inland and the ocean. The peninsula features the famous Ring of Kerry that takes visitors around the obit of the entire place. Dotted with picturesque towns and castles, visitors also have plenty of options to explore in this quaint place. Start off with Ladies View, Rossbeigh Strand, and wrap up your trip not before heading out to Derrynane Beach and the Gap of Dunloe.
- Cliffs Of Moher
One of the iconic places to visit in the country is the Cliffs of Moher. Situated at the westernmost edge of Ireland, the cliffs tower above the ocean at a height of 702 feet. Lauded by visitors as the best cliff view, the viewing platform at the O Brien tower is said to be the best for chasing the sunset. With the abundant natural beauty surrounding it, Cliffs of Moher provide an overall dramatic experience for the onlookers.
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