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Ireland-Land of Legend and Myth

Known as the Emerald Isle, famous for its Leprechauns and Guinness this magical green land holds Nature at its best diverse scenery; rugged mountains, ancient Castles, Myths and Legends, and true Irish hospitality will have you returning time again!



Ireland’s most Popular Destinations



The capital of Ireland, renowned for its buzzing nightlife, culture, History, ancient buildings and book of Keils, Go to a concert in Croke park then head to the bars to have a Craic!! There is something for everyone in this vibrant city, for friends, families and couples alike.

Historic Landmarks

Dublin castle

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Malahide Castle and Gardens

Ha’ Penny bridge

Henrietta Street (oldest Georgian houses)

City Hall


National Museum of Archaeology

National Museum of Ireland

Natural History Museum

National Gallery

Trinity College Library (Book of Kells)

Science Gallery

National Wax Museum

Dublin Writers Museum

The Little Museum of Dublin

James Joyce Centre

Other recommended activities

Guinness Storehouse


See Statue of Molly Malone

National Botanic gardens

Old Jameson Distillery


Dublin Zoo

National Aquatic centre

Aviva Stadium

National Concert Hall

 Visit to Belfast and Giants Causeway



The Second most important city in Ireland, Cork is the Port and Gateway to the south. Originally built on marshland, surrounded by seven hills, this small city has a wonderful array of quaint, historic picturesque streets and alleyways, delightful surprises around each corner, Full of shops and eateries, feast your eyes and enjoy a treat or two!!

Historic Landmarks

Blarney Castle

Elizabeth Fort

Shandon Tower and Bells

Saint Finbarre’s Cathedral

Cork Town Hall

 The English Market

 Cork City Gaol


Cork Public Museum

Crawford Art Gallery

Butter Museum

Kilmainham Gaol (Former Prison) Museum

Other recommended activities

Blackrock Observatory

Middleton Distillery

 Kinsale Seaside

 Cross haven / Carrigaline

 Grey Hound racing



Originally named Queenstown, Cobh was the exit port of mass migration during the famine and sadly the last port of call for the Titanic.

Cobh is now a thriving hub for the cruise liners which dock regularly in this quaint seaside town with its chocolate box houses scattered on the hillside, and the magnificent spire St Colemans cathedral dominating the skyline.

Historic Landmarks

St Coleman’s Cathedral

Barry’s Court Castle

Old pier … last embarkation point for the Titanic


Titanic Experience Museum

Cobh Museum

Sirius Arts centre

Other recommended activities

Fota Wildlife Park

Fota House and Gardens

Walking Tour of Cobh

Old Church Cemetery

 Boat to Spike Island

Deep sea Angling



A lovely cobble street coastal city on the West coast of Ireland with an abundance of quirky shops, Galway is today known best for its Artistic and Musical Talent that abounds in the streets everywhere, an electrifying atmosphere especially at weekends, Hippy chic does not go amiss here!!

Historic Landmarks

Galway Cathedral

Lynch’s Castle

Latin Quarters

Quay Street


Galway City museum

The Claddagh Ring Museum

Fisherman’s Watchtower Museum

The Sheep and Wool centre

Connemara Heritage and History Centre

Other recommended activities

Boat trip on the Lough

 Day trip by boat to Arran Islands / Connemara

 Galway Race Course

Wild Atlantic way

Cliffs of Moher & Atlantic Edge Exhibition centre

The Burren



Famous for its lakes and awe-inspiring scenery this is one of the most magnificent areas to relax and escape from it all relaxing lazy days, forest walks and scenic drives, not to mention for the more energetic mountain climbs.

Historic Landmarks

Muckross House and Gardens

Ross Castle

Muckross Abbey

St Mary’s Cathedral


Bog village Museum

Museum of Transport

Muckross House

Other recommended activities

Jaunty Cart Ride through park

Boat Ride on Loch Leane

The National Park

Ring of Kerry

The Bog Village

Torc waterfall

Dog trial display


Horse riding



Standing proudly on the banks of the river Shannon, lies the impressive and imposing 800-year-old Castle of St John, a must see for every visitor, The city has plenty of shopping and entertainment for all as well as nearby places to visit in the surrounding area.

Historic Landmarks

St John’s Castle

Bunratty Castle

St John’s Cathedral

St Mary’s Cathedral


Hunt Museum

Limerick City Museum

Foynes flying Air museum

Bunratty Castle and Folklore museum

Desmond Castle

Other recommended activities

The Milk Market

 Thomond  Park Stadium

Walking Trails

Cookery classes

Kayaking / Canoeing

 Adare Village



The Oldest city with the fifth highest population, Enjoy a walking tour to admire the architecture and ancient structures, Waterford is home to the world-renowned Waterford crystal, visit the showroom to admire this amazing workmanship, and why not ship home a Chandelier or more!!

Historic Landmarks

Bishops Palace

Christ Church Cathedral

The Viking Triangle

Reginald’s Tower


Medieval Museum

Other recommended activities

 House of Waterford crystal (Guided Tour)

The Edmund Rice Heritage centre

 Mount Congreve House and gardens

 Suir river cruises

City walking Tour

 Greyhound racing





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