Ireland Tourist Information & Visitor Guide
Compare the Bohemian fun of Dublin with the cosmopolitan style of Belfast in the North and don't miss the vibrant country towns with their lively pubs and lovely people. Enjoy a coastline that shifts from golden sands to 2000-foot cliffs and the many loughs that are teeming with fish. Known as the Emerald Isle for the vibrant green fields and steeped in myth, mystery and legend, you can't fail to enjoy a short break here.
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Top Destinations in Ireland
Famous for ship building, today Belfast is a thriving cosmopolitan city with two Cathedrals, two universities, a rediscovered waterfront and endless pleasant suburbs to explore. Exciting attractions, such as the dry dock used to build the Titanic to new shopping and leisure complexes help propel Belfast to being a top European destination.
Dublin City has many interesting places to explore, including the Guinness Storehouse and some pretty buildings and waterways. To see the most of the city, hop on a city sightseeing bus tour or visit the museums. You may want to take advantage of thegreat shopping in Dublin, visit the zoo, castle, city hall or just play a round of golf - whatever your choice, Dublin is a fun place for a short break away.
A bustling city, steeped in history, Killarney is set in a spectacular landscape of sandstone mountains, fabulous lakes and some wonderful woodlands. With Killarney National Parkright on the doorstep, explore tracks and trails and take the opportunity to get out on one of the lakes. Enjoy visiting Castles, Abbeys and Stately Homes, in what is undoubtedly one of Ireland's most glorious regions.
From this stunning waterfront sculpture in cosmopolitan Belfast to the geological marvel of the Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland is well worth exploring. Dotted with beautiful lakes and fish-filled rivers, it is a fisherman's paradise. Explore rugged mountains and ancient forests, find sandy beaches and fabulous cliff-top walks and don't miss lively market towns like Enniskillen.