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Ireland Travel Vacation Guide

Ireland


Ireland Vacation Rentals

Full of amazing accommodations, Ireland will surprise you with the variety of alternatives. From charming countryside Irish cottages, to Dublin holiday apartments and Belfast vacation rentals, you can choose the option that best fits your needs and budget. Ireland is famous for its castle luxurious lodgings and enchanting guest houses best enjoyed with a company of close friends and family. Book your Irish vacation rental and enjoy your European getaway!

Things to do in Ireland

Breathtaking mountain and ocean views, green landscapes and castles full of exciting ancient stories will provide you with a variety of things to do and see in Ireland. From deep-sea diving to mountain hiking, there is a whole world of adventure waiting for you in the beautiful island of Ireland.

Majestic castles, inspiring villages, stately homes and beautiful gardens captivate every tourist’s attention in Ireland. This amazingly green and hilly country offers unlimited sightseeing and sport adventures such as coarse fishing, golfing and cultural festivals. The buzzing Irish towns of Dublin and Belfast will guarantee fantastic entertainment, dining and historical sites.

The Dublin Spire

The Spire of Dublin, officially called the Monument of Light is one of the most symbolic structures of modern Irish architecture. This impressively high monument considered the world’s largest sculpture is located on the famous O’Connell Street in the Irish capital replacing the former historical monument of Nelson Pillar which was destroyed in the sixties. The Spire can be admired during the day and night changing its appearance depending on different lighting conditions.

Golfing in Ireland

Golf enthusiasts will be delighted by Ireland as it is considered a true Mecca of golf in Europe. Blessed with idyllic landscapes and unspoiled environment, golf courses make a perfect setting for beginners as well as golf professionals. Ireland features many championship golf courses and what is best they are all gathered in the same island, easy accessible for all golf aficionados.

Hiking and Walking in Ireland

Prepare your hiking shoes, raincoat and a backpack and get ready for the best hiking and walking experience in Ireland. The variety of landscapes, mild climate and compact distances make Ireland a perfect place to explore by foot. You can choose from a huge variety of specialized walks and trips, from short ones up to 5 miles, to longer ones up to 20 miles. Either one you choose, get ready to see Irish natural treasures such as scenic lakes, amazing forests, dramatic cliffs and picturesque mountains.

Irish Castles and Monuments

Proud of its cultural and historical heritage, Ireland features many castles and ancient ruins available for tourists year round. Those interested in the relics of the past will not be disappointed by Ireland’s selection of fascinating monuments. Visit the Newgrange Passage Tomb located at in County Meath. Considered by UNESCO a World Heritage Site this monument is older than Egyptian pyramids and consists of 97 kerbstones decorated with megalithic art. Do not miss Beaghmore Stone Circles, ancient rings of stones that date back to 1600 BC, the early Bronze Age.

Sports in Ireland

With its Gaelic football, camogie and hurling, Ireland is passionate about its homeland sports. Besides those traditional sports, Irish people also love rugby, athletics, golf, horse-racing and ice-hockey. Attend a match of fast and exciting hurling and see women passionately competing in camogie, it will truly be an unforgettable experience.

Entertainment in Ireland

The Irish lively cities of Dublin, Derry and Belfast are the most popular weekend hotspots in the country. Offering vibrant music scene, jazz concerts and theme bars, Irish pubs offer countless possibilities for those who love nightlife and clubbing. Every week new pubs and clubs are opening providing locals and tourists with even more fun options for the weekend. Visit famous Temple Bar, a club and pub district of Dublin and do not leave without tasting the national beer of Guinness.

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