Ireland Attractions | Attractions in Ireland
Ireland is full of mystery, tradition and history. Visit Ireland’s historic landmarks, kiss the Blarney Stone, enjoy a traditional Irish dinner and live music, see the mysterious Giant’s Causeway, visit the beautiful Wicklow Pass and Glendalough or simply go for a spot of fishing or golf. With many distilleries and The Guinness Storehouse Experience to visit and sample the tipples; you may find your visit to Ireland a happy experience.
Ireland 'Must See' Attractions
- Ireland Principal Attractions - find out more about the must-see attractions around Ireland
- Northern Ireland Attractions - offering an array of lakeland and coastal scenery from the volcanic landscape of the Giant's Causeway to castles, and from pretty little fishing villages to the handsome city of Belfast
- Dublin Attractions - a welcoming city full of history and charm. The city is a wonderful mixture of old and new, with magnificent old buildings and the irresistible Grafton Street with its' lively atmosphere and shops. Board a hop-on hop-off bus to get the best view of the attractions.
- Northwest Ireland Attractions - incorporates some of Ireland's wildest scenery. Leitrim a county of quiet lakes and waterways, Sligo with its ancient monuments and natural beauty, and Slieve League is home to the highest sea cliffs in Europe
- Northeast Ireland Attractions - this area of Ireland holds many treasures from picturesque coastal villages such as Carlingford, to the world's oldest solar observatory at Newgrange
- Southeast Ireland Attractions - benefiting from the warmest climate in Ireland and offering an array of attractions to see, quaint canal side villages to busy seaside resorts
- Southwest Ireland Attractions - dramatic scenery, lush vegetation and a friendly welcome from the locals. Cork city offers a cosmopolitan atmosphere with shops and galleries, or you can pass through genteel towns such as Kenmar
- The West of Ireland Attractions - a traditional, rural, sparsely populated land, with windswept mountains and countryside. Also home to Galway, a fast-growing university town with medieval streets and snug pubs