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Loving Ireland Jun 19
If you are looking to learn the history of every corner you visit, your destination is, without a doubt, Ireland. We recommend you to explore the west and the south of Ireland, a paradise that offers the traveler innumerable natural treasures.Welcome to the magical Emerald Isle!
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Loving Ireland Jun 18
Dear traveler, we invite you to discover the lively Dublin city, where you will meet the so friendly Dubliners and enjoy their pubs, Saint Patrick's Cathedral or Trinity College. Known as the city of live music, you'll love finding good musicians playing on the street. Ready?
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Loving Ireland Jun 15
The Irish landscapes never disappoint. Nor do the charming cities and towns that you will discover along the way. The small Adare with its thatched roofs, the fortified medieval city of Limerick, the lively and university Galway, the cozy Waterford and the always lively Dublin!
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Loving Ireland Jun 14
The best way to get to know Northen Ireland is through the winding roads that line the coast. Along the way, you will be surprised by breathtaking views, steep cliffs, splendid lakes, Neolithic monuments and curious rock formations such as the Giant's Causeway. Do not miss it!
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Loving Ireland Jun 13
Limerick is a city nestled between the Shannon and Abbey rivers. Discover its tourist attractions such as the O'Hallan Sylvester Bridge, King's John Castle, the University of Limerik or the Hunt Historical Museum, which, full of antiques, is one of the most famous in the country.
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Loving Ireland Jun 12
The west coast is modeled by the passage of time and dotted with steep cliffs that merge into the ocean, endless beaches, fields painted in vibrant colors ... As you travel through its idyllic landscapes, historic roads and serene lakes you will feel that the time stops.
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Loving Ireland Jun 11
Belfast will seduce you with its genuine historic center, its emblematic port of the 12th century, the modern interactive center of Titanic Belfast or the historical murals of the neighborhood of Bogside, which illustrate a past of struggle and a present of reconciliation.
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Loving Ireland Jun 9
Let yourself fall in love with the most picturesque landscapes and natural scenery in Ireland, a source of inspiration for numerous poets and filmmakers. Get acquainted with the history and traditions of this great country in charming towns and enjoy its unique atmosphere. Ready?
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Loving Ireland Jun 8
It is easy to fall in love with the Emerald Isle. Just start exploring Northern Ireland and discover its incredible landscapes, its medieval charm, its deep-rooted Celtic culture, its historic cities, its delicious cuisine and famous beer. What are you waiting for?
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Loving Ireland Jun 7
Killarney National Park is a magical enclave that will allow you to escape from the madding crowd and let your imagination run wild. Its masterful combination of forests, mountains, waterfalls and lakes form one of the most privileged natural environments in the whole country.
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Loving Ireland Jun 6
On a fertile plain east Cork, on the main road from Youghal to Cork, you'll find Midleton, a pleasant town founded in 1180, which is now the town of Irish whiskey. Here all the famous brands are distilled, except Bushmills. Do not miss it!
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Loving Ireland Jun 3
You decide whether to visit Wicklow,discover main cities such as Dublin,the historic Waterford,the cuisine of Cork, the medieval Limerick,the lively Galway or marvel at sublime landscapes such as the famous "Ring of Kerry",the impressive Cliffs of Moher or the beautiful Connemara
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Loving Ireland Jun 2
Visit the lively coastal Galway city and discover its low houses, its amazing beach and its beautiful buildings such as Lynch Castle and St. Nicholas Church. Be surprised by his artistic creativity, his bohemian style and his attractive calendar full of festivals and events!
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Loving Ireland Jun 1
Set amongst the lush hills of Wicklow, you will enjoy walking among beautiful glens, beautiful waterfalls and transparent lakes. In addition to its spectacular scenery, hidden villages and stretches of beaches, Wicklow is a historic place with elegant mansions and gardens!
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Loving Ireland May 31
Dublin perfectly combines an important medieval and Georgian legacy with modern buildings, elegant cafes, restaurants with the latest and interesting proposals of art and design. In the evening, we recommend crossing the Ha'Penny Bridge and touring the mythical Temple Bar.
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Loving Ireland May 30
Connemara is one of the wildest corners of Ireland,amazing landscapes and interesting traditions. In the bays of its shores, there are villages where Gaelic is spoken and its people usually animate their afternoons in a 'pub' with the traditional music of bagpipes and flautin.
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Loving Ireland May 29
Ireland: A land dotted with historic castles, elegant mansions, solitary monasteries, stunning waterfalls, picturesque villages, intact landscapes, unspoiled beaches, ancient pubs, ancestral museums, Viking and Norman ruins and legendary enclaves. Discover it yourself!
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Loving Ireland May 28
Dear traveler, on the way to the historic city of Derry-Londonderry, we recommend you stop at the golden beaches of Portrush or the thousand-year-old (it is attributed to 9000 years old) settlement of Fort Mountsandel, less than two kilometers from the lively Colerainethe town.
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Loving Ireland May 27
Ireland always thrills. During your stay, we encourage you to explore the Ring of Kerry, a place where you will discover the natural wonders that this fascinating country hides: mountains, valleys and lakes that mix offering a varied range of colors. It sounds good, right?
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Loving Ireland May 25
Discover Cahersiveen, an interesting town in County Kerry on the southwest coast of Ireland.There is so much to see and do here that you will never want to leave. Intact landscapes, beautiful and impressive beaches and lush forests that will allow you to enjoy pleasant walks.
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