Small in size, Ireland packs a wallop of a punch saturating your senses with all this beautiful country has to offer. From the rugged coastlines to the soft rolling hills the scenery will leave you breathless and eager to explore every inch of this amazing land. Ireland offers several historic cities, each with their own tale to tell. A few experiences travelers have on their “bucket list” include a visit to Blarney Castle, home to the infamous Blarney Stone, as well as the Ring of Kerry, a driving tour that showcases some of the best views of Ireland. With over 30,000 castles, a bit of history is around every corner.
A stop in Dublin is always a must. Founded by Vikings and home to Guinness Beer, Dublin’s history is narrated through many of the museums and historic buildings.
Beyond the capital, Cork is the second largest city and is home to Jameson Distillery, one of the oldest whiskey companies in Ireland.
For history buffs, Belfast, located in Northern Ireland is the birthplace of the Titanic and the starting point of that fateful voyage. Visitors immerse themselves in the Belfast Titanic experience, that tells the story of this legendary ship like no other. Londonderry, or Derry is a beautiful walled city in Northern Ireland nestled long the River Foyle and near the famous Peace Bridge.
Once you arrive you will wonder why you did not visit sooner and wish you could stay longer.