Must-See in Ireland
You will love Ireland’s landscapes: the valleys, lakes, mountains, glaciers, dense forests, volcanoes, plains, etc.
The Republic of Ireland is young as the country obtained its independency in 1922 only, thanks to Collins, Griffith, and de Valera who remain famous in Irish History.
The Irish are very attached to their cultural heritage and proud of their traditions. Just go to a pub to see traditional tap dancers and listen to typical music and songs, among which the famous “It’s a long way to Tipperary” that everybody has ever heard.
Let’s try one of Ireland’s famous beers: Kilkenny, Smithwick’s, and Guinness. They are better in Ireland than anywhere else as they are pasteurized only for exportation. If you prefer whiskey, try Jameson Irish Whiskey, the only one to be triple distilled.
With its Celtic origins, Ireland is the country of myths, legends, leprechauns, etc. Don’t wait any longer to visit this enchanting country.
Here are some places of high interest to visit during an incentive in Ireland:
Listening to Irish music in a pub
Kinsale Harbour, County Cork
Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal
Book of Kells in Trinity College, County Dublin
City of Dublin, County Dublin
Blarney Medieval Castle, County Dublin
Kilmainham Gaol, County Dublin
Lakes of Connemara, County Galway
Aran Islands, County Galway
City of Galway, County Galway
Dingle peninsula, County Kerry
Killarney National Park, County Kerry
Ring of Kerry, County Kerry
Medieval city of Kilkenny, County Kilkenny
Adare Manor, Adare, County Limerick
Ashford Castle, Cong, County Mayo
Killary Harbour fjord, County Mayo
Neolithic burial sites in Bru na Boinne and Newgrange tomb, County Meath
The Wild Atlantic Way, the world longest marked coastal road crossing more than 15 natural sites on more than 2,500km, alongside the West coast