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Loving Ireland 6h
Donegal, quite unexplored, is full of medieval fortresses, corners full of culture and a strong sense of identity. In addition to walking and enjoying the landscape, if you like hiking, fishing or golf you will have hit the nail on the head. It is the ideal place.
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Loving Ireland Dec 12
is a fairytale land that hides beautiful places, untouched and surprising landscapes, charming villages with history and legends in every corner.
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Loving Ireland Dec 8
The are two small rocky islands located about 16 kilometers off the coast of County Kerry. On the largest island, Skellig Michael, there is a 6th-century monastery that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you like bird watching, you can do it.
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Loving Ireland Dec 4
The picturesque , a site located in the center of the town, is a Norman fortress with more than eight centuries of history. It is one of the largest castles in the world and is one of the most visited places by tourists.
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Loving Ireland Dec 2
The (Giant's Causeway) has become one of the main icons of Ireland. Declared by Unesco World Heritage and considered a national nature reserve, it receives thousands of visitors every year.
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Loving Ireland Nov 25
With more than 700 hectares of extension, the Phoenix Park is the largest urban park in Europe. Created in 1662 as a deer reserve, in 1745 it was remodeled and opened to the public. Located a few miles from city centre, the Phoenix Park is an important green space for the city.
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Loving Ireland Nov 24
To visit is to discover a city full of life, where its past and its present come together to offer us an unforgettable experience thanks to its important historical sites, its calm and youthful atmosphere, and its excellent culinary reputation.
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Loving Ireland Nov 20
We invite you to marvel at one of the less visited areas of but by no means less interesting, the counties of and . There you can see places like , Enniskillen, the the Marble Arch Caves or the majestic castle of Coole.
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Loving Ireland Nov 19
We invite you to get lost in the region, which harbours the most ancient traditions in a genuine Irish landscape. In little pockets along the ragged coast, in areas called the Gaeltacht, people still speak the Irish language.
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Loving Ireland Nov 18
is a destination to which, undoubtedly, you will want to return. The best way to get to know Northern Ireland is to get lost on the roads that meander along the coast, with breathtaking views and steep cliffs that will leave you breathless.
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Loving Ireland Nov 17
We recommend you discover one of the most charming districts, the , a route of 170 kilometers of length through which you will go through film landscapes, historical trails, wild vegetation, picturesque towns and coastal cities.
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Loving Ireland Nov 15
The West Coast is a magical region, a journey through time that allows you to discover the most ancient traditions in Gaelic culture and the essence of the country. Abbeys, castles and monasteries complete this journey through charming towns in Country and .
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Loving Ireland Nov 14
Take an exciting trip to Dublin, the capital of the famous Emerald Isle, and experience unforgettable experiences. Discover the main icons of the Irish essence, such as its prestigious , its lively and the Guinness Storehouse, Are you going to miss it?
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Loving Ireland Nov 13
The West and the South of accumulate important natural treasures that make you fall in love from the first moment. You will fall in love with the grandeur of the , you will love the amazing and you want the Ring of Kerry to become infinite.
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Loving Ireland Nov 10
is considered to be the country of the it has more than three thousand ones.
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Loving Ireland Nov 9
Visit Castle, a curious fortress built on wooden structures from the 10th century. Considered one of the great architectural treasures of , legend has it that whoever kisses the Blarney stone acquires the gift of eloquence, or power of the word. Do not miss it!
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Loving Ireland Nov 7
Only 30 km from Cork, you will find , one of the most famous and colorful towns in the country. Stroll through its historic center full of flirtatious houses, labyrinthine streets and emblematic historic buildings such as Desmond Castle, Fort Charlie and the old market.
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Loving Ireland Nov 5
Among green pastures and beautiful beaches of fine sand, highlights , a house museum built on the ruins of the old castle where the queen of pirates Grace O'Malley lived, and where the visitors can take a trip to the sixteenth century.
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Loving Ireland Nov 5
Discover , one of the most beautiful corners of the west of the country. Located in , on the shores of Clew Bay, the city has its origins in the 18th century.
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Loving Ireland Nov 4
, and are beautiful destinations in Ireland that attract thousands of visitors each year to the so-called 'Emerald Island', where it is said to have 40 shades of green.
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