During your trip in Ireland, you’ll appreciate Dublin for Temple Bar, a lively quarter where there’s something for everyone, not to mention the countless pubs you’ll come across. It’s more than likely you’ll run into a concert to your liking whilst enjoying a beer by the fire. On...During your trip in Ireland, you’ll appreciate Dublin for Temple Bar, a lively quarter where there’s something for everyone, not to mention the countless pubs you’ll come across. It’s more than likely you’ll run into a concert to your liking whilst enjoying a beer by the fire. On the 17th March you’ll celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by attending the street parades and watching how the entire town goes completely green on a national holiday. Dublin is the true historic, economic and cultural epicentre to Ireland, and it’s the town in which numerous writers lived, such as Samuel Beckett and James Joyce. What a joy it is to follow in their footsteps! In terms of towns there won’t be very much sightseeing in Cork, nevertheless you’ll be immersed in a completely unique atmosphere. Pay a visit to the numerous pubs (once again!) and the indoor market – an extraordinary experience. You’ll also love Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, for its unparalleled culture and artistry; or there’s Kilkenny, another major town, full of historical finds dating back 400 years. Ireland is an ideal holiday destination for families, as well as for those who want to travel solo, as the country is safe and the people are welcoming.Continue reading
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On the nature front, the list would be endless if you wanted to note down every place which made an impression on you during your stay…The Giant’s Causeway for example, made up of thousands of basalt columns along the coast of Northern Ireland, was created 55 million years ago due to a volcanic eruption! According to Celtic legend, these columns were built by a warrior whose intelligence was granted by the “Salmon of Knowledge”. Welcome to this country of legends, a great reason to then go on and visit the neighbouring region!
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