Known commonly as the Emerald Isle, owing to it's lush and fertile greenness, Ireland is located in the Atlantic Ocean, separated from Britain by 50 miles by the Irish Sea.
The north-eastern part of Ireland (Northern Ireland) however, is part of the United Kingdom. Ireland’s landscapes are a unique blend of hills, bogs, lakes, rivers and remote islands where the weather is ever changing and rain is never far away.
The people of Ireland are one of it’s many attractions, famed for their friendliness, laughter and sense of fun.
The capital city, Dublin, is home to much of Ireland's cultural heritage.
Magnificent public buildings such as Trinity College, Leinster House, and the Bank of Ireland at College Green are not to be missed.
Other sights that should be on every visitor's list are Dublin Castle, Christ Church cathedral, the historic General Post Office where the 1916 Rising took place, and Kilmainham Gaol.
Dublin comes alive at night, the city has one of the best pub and club scenes in Europe. No visit to Dublin is complete without a trip to the world famous Guinness brewery. Cork’s narrow alleys, waterways and Georgian architecture give it a markedly Continental feel.
It is the second largest city in Ireland, and it’s mood is reflected in the city’s attitude to the arts and its bohemian spirit, which is very much in evidence at the lively annual jazz festival.
A popular day trip from Cork is to Blarney Castle, where many a visitor may feel compelled to kiss the Blarney Stone. .
Galway is Europe’s fastest growing city and the fourth largest in Ireland. Galway’s finest medieval building, the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas is the largest medieval parish church in Ireland. .
A lively university city of narrow streets, quaint shopfronts, bustling pubs and stunning surrounding scenery.
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