Address: Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland.
It is a medieval castle of 15th century is one of the highest attractions in Ireland situated near River Martin and which was built by Irish chieftain Cormac McCarthy. The major visitor points in this castle are Blarney Stone, visitors have to climb many steps to reach over here and to kiss this stone and it is considered as a gift of eloquence. It also has an amazing garden with different divisions, Witch's Cave, Druid's Circle, and Wishing Steps etc.
Address: 115 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, D02 XK03, Ireland.
This is a charming Island in Ireland with 3 rocky isles named Inishmore, Inishmaan and Inisheer. The island is popular for its breath-taking vistas, amazing cliffs and you can enjoy number of activities here includes cycling, hiking, horse-back riding, visiting historical sites, participating in local musical events etc.
Address: 5 Beresford Pl, Mountjoy, Dublin 1, D01 V2V4, Ireland.
You can find huge number of interlocking basalt columns as a result of volcanic eruption on the northern coast of Ireland. It looks like the foot of a giant animal?s stepping stone and it is recognised as a UNESCO World heritage site. Entry is free and visitors can walk through this gigantic stones.
Address: Moor, Cashel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
This is a historic site situated at Cashel and also known as St. Patrick's Rock. This was the seat of King of Muster and the surrounding location is really stunning. You enjoy the beauty of medieval architecture and amazing collections of Celtic art works in this castle. The other points of attractions are a Cathedral, Cormac?s chapel, round tower-one of the oldest buildings in this castle etc.
Address: Ring of Kerry, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
You can reach these beautiful landscapes through a scenic drive through Iveragh Peninsula. While passing you can enjoy the beauty of rugged islands, coastal views, Killarney National Park, Ladies view, Muckross Estate, picture square villages etc. Definitely this 120 mile drive would be an amazing travel experience in your life.
Address: Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland.
This National Park was established in 1984, which surprise visitors with its beauty will include breath ?taking mountains, charming lakes, red deer forest and glens & woods. Glenveagh Castle of 19th century is another point of attraction over here. You can also enjoy an adventurous hiking and enjoy the surrounding beautiful sceneries.
Address: The National Park, Dromyrourk, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
You can take a visit to this National Park on your way to the Ring of Kelly. This is a 19th century mansion and attracts visitors with its architecture and beautiful gardens. This is situated on the eastern shore of Muckross Lake with stunning surrounding views. It was associated with Herbert family and later many handovers it became Ireland?s first National Park.
Address: 118 Grafton Street, Dublin, D02 X588, Ireland.
This is a UNESCO Global Geopark consists of sea cliffs located at the Burren region, Ireland. This is a popular tourist destination over here and from the top of the cliffs you can see the Aran Islands, the twelve pines, Galway Bay, Maum Turk mountains etc. The cliff stretches for 8 kilometres long and sunset is the best time to visit here.
Address: Dublin, Ireland.
This is the vibrant and capital city of Ireland. There are lot of points of attractions include Dublin Castle, St Patrick?s Cathedral, St Stephen?s Green and huge Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo, The National Museum of Ireland, historic buildings and heritage sites, number of shopping streets and restaurants with typical Irish dishes etc.
Address: 2 Church St, Knockaunroe, Corofin, Co. Clare, V95 T9V6, Ireland.
The Burren Park is called as the paradise of limestones, spreads around 1500 hectares. You can find different forms of eco systems here include cliffs, lakes, springs, grass lands, woodlands etc. Eventhough this is a rocky place, it?s fertile actually due to its rich herb and floral species.? Knockanes? is the highest point in this Park and you can enjoy walking trials, wildlife watching etc over here.