When you hear about Ireland, you probably think of Guinness and possibly more Guinness. 🙂 The green and beautiful Ireland sometimes can be overlooked as a tourist destination. But in reality, any type of traveller will find unforgettable memories and places to envoke their curiosity here. Let these five awesome tourists spots unveil a great potential for Ireland to become your next destination!
Capital City of Dublin
A visit to Ireland wouldn’t be a visit without stepping into the bustling capital city of Dublin which offers a journey of its own to embark upon.
From partying like a local in iconic Guinness-filled pubs like Temple Bar and going on a shopping spree while strolling the famous and pulsing streets like Grafton Street, thecity of Dublin simply has it all! And that’s just the tip of the entertainment iceberg that Dublin is.
Visit marvelous cathedrals, countless museums, and cafes while enjoying Dublin’s rich sightseeing opportunities and green parks.
And don’t forget to pay a visit to one of the most popular Dublin’s affairs, the legendary Guinness Storehouse!
Cliffs of Moher
One of mother nature’s masterpiece works and one of the most visited natural sites in Ireland, just outside the city of Dublin you will find the striking Cliffs of Moher.
Surrounded by many folklore stories and legends while rising up to spectacular heights of 214 meters, it is a coastal walk with capabilities to take your breath away and an attraction not to be missed.
Epic pictures, breathtaking views and unforgettable memories guaranteed with the scenic Cliffs of Moher!
Dingle is a small, colorful and charming Irish town situated in a mix of beautiful valleys, beaches and incredible viewpoints offering panoramas that will make you go – wow!
This lovely port town can quickly become your next favorite place in Ireland. Those lovely fishing boats and picturesque colorful streets will quickly capture any travelers heart.
And what about dolphin spotting, mighty Atlantic swells with beautiful vistas and traditional foods with some Guinness on the side?
If that sounds like you, the soulful town of Dingle is always welcoming a curious traveller on board.
Rock of Cashel
The historical and beautiful site Rock of Cashel enjoys its fair share of popularity in Ireland and for a very good reason.
A truly remarkable place where you will discover impressive collections of Celtic art, a medieval architecture that will simply dazzle you and those awesome countryside views can work magic since the castle is perched up on the hill!
Perfect spot for history lovers, sightseeing enthusiasts or simply those who want to get out of town and see a different and ancient side of Ireland!
The Giant’s Causeway
The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage site and yet another proof that nature is one of the best artists out there!
Formed and shaped by volcanic origins which dates back millions of years, it consists of somewhat 40,000 basalt rock columns to create a landscape like no other.
Situated near the town of Bushmills, the Giant’s Causeway allows for another spectacular coast walk and truly one of a kind in its own right.