Luxury. That word sums up the experience of staying in a castle. For many visitors to Ireland, sleeping at least one night in a castle is at the top of their list.
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If we could go back to only one place and relive our travels, it would be Ireland. If there’s one country that just feels like home to us, it’s this one. We both claim ancestors from the Celtic Island. We’ve been to Ireland several times and fall even more in love with it each trip. Visiting the Celtic ruins is more mystical each time we go. Irish culture and music pull deeply on our heartstrings. There are no more welcoming people on the planet than the Irish. Put simply, we love Ireland.
Visitors should immerse themselves in “trad” or traditional Irish music, which can be found in many pubs. While there, enjoy a pint of the local beer or an Irish whiskey. The Celtic ruins throughout the country are not to be missed. The sea cliffs in the west of the country are the most impressive we’ve ever seen. Here are some of our favorite things to do in Ireland.
We’ve just gotten back from nearly two weeks in Ireland and Northern Ireland. This time we focused primarily on all the amazing things there are to do in the northern areas of Belfast, the Antrim Coast, Derry, Donegal, and Sligo.
Dublin is a city with an irrepressible spirit. It’s historic and modern at the same time, with all the benefits of a rich past and a thriving present.
So much about this 5000-year-old mound is a mystery.
The Cliffs of Moher stretch for eight undulating kilometers along Ireland’s west coast.
Southwest Ireland is full of beautiful coastline and majestic views, but which is the best drive to do if your time is limited?
Mizen Head is not a place where you end up accidentally.
A drive through Ireland means you have to stop to take pictures of pretty much everything. First stops: the ruins of Glendalough and the Rock of Cashel.