The 195 km long Ring of Beara takes you on a journey of spectacular coastal and mountain scenery, through an old mining village, fishing villages and, optionally, side trips to islands just off the shore.
A magical and romantic garden with a vast range of trees, shrubs and flowers, which includes formal and lake gardens, an arboretum and lovely riverside walks.
Clonmacnoise is one of the largest and most fascinating monastic sites in Ireland, the remains of what was once a great ecclesiastic city
Connemara National Park covers more than 7000 acres and includes scenic mountain ranges, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands, dark lakes and beautiful coastline.
Kilmainham Gaol is woven into the Irish history of resistance to English occupation but its darkest history took place during the bitter civil war that pitted Irishmen against each other.
For over 400 years students have walked though the gates of Trinity College to its cobbled quadrangles, have lived in its halls and studied in the its buildings
Visitors to Ireland’s National Botanic Gardens, will see not just a remarkable collection of plants but also some very beautiful Victorian glasshouses.
Brú na Bóinne is the location of some of the most extraordinary and ancient megalithic structures in the world, the passage tombs of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth.
Less well known than the Cliffs of Moher, the cliffs at Sleive League are the highest sea cliffs in Europe and an uncrowded and wild place highly rated by our guests.
Home to some of the best thoroughbred stallions, mares and foals in Europe, the National Stud is a favorite visit for our guests and not just the horse lovers.
#6 of 256 attractions in Dublin
#2 of 38 attractions in Galway