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Four popular places to visit Ireland
There are at least three remarkable day itineraries in each of the following visit areas. All of these areas and regions are the focus of our tours in Ireland. Each of the routes and travel regions displays the best in Ireland: – the pulsation of the life of Irish cities and quiet villages, landscape wild landscapes, historical sights and ancient monuments, remarkable pubs and nightlife.
Dublin – Boyne Valley, Wiklow Mountains and Kildare County.
The capital of Ireland is Dublin, one of the best places to travel. The city has its own charm, character, with the most vibrant pace of life on the island. Amazing, exciting, amazing, amazing, awesome sights. Several names: Guinness Brewery, Trinity College University and the ancient The Book of Kells, spaces of Phoenix Park, the national art gallery, the prison Kilmainham Jail and the kingdom in the area of Grafton Street, Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery.
For out-of-town tours there are three great options:
- Wiklow Mountains – The Valley of the Two Glendalough Lakes, the summit of Sally Gap, the miraculous Powerscourt Gardens & nearby is the cozy, traditional Irish pub of the Johnny Foxes Pub.
- Boyne Valley – From a historical point of view, this is the richest archaeological site in the world with such spectacular sights as the oldest ancient monument in the world, Newgrange and Knowth, the ancient capital of the Hill of Tara acropolis, the medieval castle Trim Castle, Malahide Castle and much, much more.
- Tour to Kildare County – National Stud / Japanese Gardens. Castlestone Manor is the largest surviving private estate in Ireland.
Cork – Northeast, southwest coast and western parts of the county
Cork, the second largest city in Ireland, is very popular with tourists. Located in the largest southern county on the island, in which the southern atmosphere is felt. Residents of Cork County are very patriotic, disobedient. The city has many entertainment venues in the Old English Market area, the Lewis Glucksman Gallery and the Cork City Jail prison museum are worth a visit.
For tours of Cork for the whole day out of town there are three excellent options:
- Northeast coast of the county – Visiting the Cobh Heritage Center Museum, near the walls of which the immaculate transcontinental Titanic moored to its last stop before the flooding, the cathedral of St. Peterburg striking in its beauty and grandeur in this fishing village. Coleman’s Cathedral, Fota Wildlife Park, an old templar in Middleton.
- The southwestern coast of the county is the city of Kinsale, undoubtedly, having its charm of a coastal town with old-fashioned streets, from which walks to the quaintly intricate fort of Charles Fort are made.
- The western villages of the county are the Druid Stone Circle at Drombeg, the lighthouse on the southern tip of the island of Ireland is Mizen Head and the many glorious charming villages of this amazing region of the island of Ireland.
Killarney – Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Biar
Killarney is one of the most popular tourist cities in Ireland for many reasons. Located at the foot of the highest picturesque mountains in Ireland and surrounded by lakes, rivers, plateaus, narrow mountain valleys. The magnificent landscape is worthy of admiration.
For all-day tours from Killarney, we recommend three options:
- Manor House and Ring of Kerry – The Gardens and Manor House Macross House is one of the most serene and beautiful places in Ireland, and Torc Waterfall is located nearby. Directly on the ring of Kerry many scenic places, and the most flattering reviews about the pretty lakes and the surrounding mountains of this national park of Ireland.
- Tour g. Kenmare and Ring of Beara – From our point of view, Kenmare is one of the most charming miniature cities in Ireland. The city has charming shops and many nice cafes, restaurants and cozy pubs. The ring route on the Biara peninsula is decorated with amazing scenic landscapes. The surrounding landscape at the lighthouse in Healy Pass makes a deep impression.
- Dingle Peninsula Tour and Gap of Dunloe Gorge – Dingle Peninsula is famous for its harsh coastal landscapes with islands, mountains, narrow winding mountain roads, and traditional Irish lifestyle. In the Gap of Dunloe gorge, travelers plunge into the atmosphere of the 1950s, time and nature are frozen in their pristine beauty.
Belfast – day tours to the north, south, to the west
Belfast, the ancient city of the laborer, the port and industrial center in the northern part of the island of Ireland. The Queen’s Bridge, The Crown Bar, The Queen’s University, Albert Memorial Clock Tower, The Odyssey Arena (Titanic Quarter), St. Anne’s Cathedral (Belfast Cathedral), Grand Opera House.
For Belfast tours all day, we recommend three options:
- north – Carrickfergus Castle, Glenharm Castle, Glenariff Forest Park, Carnlough, Portnareeuh, White Park Bay, Giants Causeway, Old Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle, Massenden Temple, Benvarden Garden & Grounds, Ballymoney Old Curch Tower, Dark Hedges.
- south – Bangor Castle, Downpatrick, Hillsborough Castle, Mount Stewart House, Newtownards, Ballywalter Park, Newtonards, Castle Ward, Rowallane Garden.
- west – Antrim Castle Gardens, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Holywood.
Sample Northern Ireland Tour Program: – Tour 4 days / 3 nights – Ireland “Dublin – West – North – Dublin”