Staying in cultural DublinThe Irish capital, Dublin, is the cultural heartbeat of the country. Many famous writers lived in Dublin, including Oscar Wilde. O’Connell Street is home to the famous post office where the republic was declared during the Easter Rising in 1916. If you’d like to go shopping, visit Henry Street and Grafton Street. If you prefer art, make sure you go to the Irish Museum of Modern Art or the Irish National museum. Or order a Guinness pint in one of the many bars.
Traditional Irish in BaltimoreMany tourists visit Ireland because of its amazing natural beauty. There’s plenty of that in the Killarney National Park, where you can hike and cycle to your heart’s content. And how about taking the stunning ‘Ring of Kerry’ drive along the coast of the Iveragh peninsula? Enjoy the fresh breeze at the spectacular cliffs along the southwest coast and embark on a dolphin and whale spotting cruise from Baltimore, where the people still speak traditional Irish.
Highlights and must-see’s in IrelandIreland is home to many lovely old castles and monasteries, including Blarney Castle, Athlone Castle and the impressive Kylemore Abbey. The fishing village of Kinsale has an artsy atmosphere, with many galleries, antique dealers, and an annual jazz festival. Cobh owes its fame to being the final port of call of the ill-fated Titanic. Visit the seaside village of Strandhill in the northwest for a spot of genuine surf culture. And, speaking of culture, you haven’t really visited Ireland until you’ve enjoyed a few evenings of live music in a friendly, typically-Irish pub in a place like Kenmare or Oughterard! Find a BnB in all these cities on Bed and Breakfast Ireland and start planning your holiday!
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