What cities shouldn't I miss on my first adventure in Ireland???
I've been told I'm predominantly Scotch, but a tad bit Irish, and I've always been fascinated with the countries. I got divorced on St. Patty's Day 2000, and I'm going to celebrate my 10 years of singledom in Ireland this coming March.
I don't know how long you will be staying-but,if you have time-I would recommend -Dublin,Cork and Galway as the best cities for visiting-also Belfast Northern Ireland.
Some places outside of the cities are incredibly beautiful-eg,Wicklow,which is in fact only 40km from Dublin city centre-is full of well known sites viisitors enjoy-Glendalough,Avoca and more..
Conemara in the west is another gem..
In truth-it's an extraordinarily scenic island,and I couldn't exaggerate how green it is-very lush and green.bring a rainmac!Enjoy.
A half tour of Ireland starting in Shannon, travelling up the west coast and across the north to Belfast.. read more
Wow thats really interesting some1 is celebrating her divorce M impressed. Anyway visit dublin, galway most beautiful place in earth. Dublin which is also called summer capital of Europe is brimmed with lot of pubs and Irish restaurants
In galway i recommend do check Cliffs of moher which according to me is natural wonder of world
for info on dublin visit goireland.com www.discoverireland.com or http://dublinhotels.ebookireland.com
List of top attractions in ireland
There are really only about 4 cities in Ireland, and theyre all pretty small
If your looking for lively fun and meeting people, Galway is your best bet, but if your looking for a more historical and cultural day try Dublin.
I have written a nice article on where to visit in ireland if you want to check it out
Dublin, Cork, Galway, Sligo, Head up north to Northern Ireland and check out Belfast and Derry.
It's a beautiful country, so it really depends on how long your going to be there. Don't forget the smaller towns in between, they each have their own character and are quite lovely. I've been to Galway several times, and it's one of favorite places, but I lived in Belfast for a year. It's home, and I love it and can't wait to move back. I recommend it.
No matter what you do have fun!
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