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The experience guide to

Ireland

Nicknamed the Emerald Isle because of its exceptionally green vales and hills, Ireland is known for being a magical place full of mysteries, natural beauties, and enchanting historic sites. Many Celtic legends narrate mystical tales about this charming land and its welcoming people, and nowadays tourists from all over the world flock to the country every year to witness all the wonders it has to offer.

Starting in the capital, Dublin, you’ll get your first taste of the Irish culture. Don’t forget to complete your visit by spending some time in Dublin’s famous pubs and eateries! Then make a small detour through Northern Ireland before riding along the dramatic landscape of the west coast, stopping every once in a while to admire the world-famous cliffs and stunning national parks. During your trip, plan to stay in cozy manors and magnificent Georgian country houses for the full Irish experience and do dare to get lost on Ireland’s scenic roads! Finally, you’ll reach Ireland’s most southern parts in County Cork, where you’ll be able to explore the remnants of majestic stone buildings and other impressive gifts from nature.

Read on to discover where to go and what to do in this beautiful country!

YOUR IRELAND BUCKET LIST

01.

Visit the Cliffs of Moher

and let yourself be amazed by Mother Nature

02.

Discover Dublin

with its iconic pubs and historic sites

03.

Travel in time

visiting the Blarney Castle, the Rock of Cashel and more

04.

Taste seafood in Kinsale

while exploring the Irish coast and its beauties

05.

See The Riverdance show

to witness live traditional Irish dance and music

06.

Drive on the Ring of Kerry

one of the most scenic road trip in the country

To try out

Where to eat

PILGRIM'S Restaurant

A refreshing and charming place offering seasonal dishes made from local ingredients.

The Great Room Restaurant

Be transported back to the Victorian era for a delicious fine dining experience in Belfast.

The Woollen Mills

Taste comforting traditional Irish dishes in a historic building. Visit the roof terrace for stunning city views!

Where to sleep

Ashford Castle

Sleep in a castle that has seen centuries unfold within its walls and strives to offer its guest the most exceptional stay.

Ballynahinch Castle Hotel

Nestled in the beautiful wilderness of the Connemara, this luxury hotel is your place for a retreat in nature.

The Cliff House Hotel

Enjoy endless sea views from your room or from the restaurant serving fresh local produce.

Where to drink

The Temple Bar

Iconic Irish pub to drink craft beers, listen to live music and take part in the Dublin’s vibrant nightlife.

The Long Hall

Beautiful dimly-lit traditional pub with an incredible décor and warm atmosphere.

The Quays Bar and Restaurant

A bar and gastropub to immerse yourself in the Irish culture while tasting local drinks and specialties.

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