I went to Ireland two years ago and it was one of the most amazing countries I’ve ever been to. It is a country filled with music, joy and wonderful people. I strongly recommend anyone to visit it! I stayed in Dublin, but I took a day trip to see other places, so here’s a wrap of what I think it’s worth visiting.
Cliffs of Moher
There are no words that can possibly describe the beauty of these cliffs located in County Clare. It is just a stunning view and despite they’re a bit far from Dublin, paying a visit is totally worth it! Plus you get to enjoy the beautiful landscape on your way there.
Galway’s city centre is just adorable! It has these beautiful and colourful houses, plus you can really feel the Irish spirit as you walk through the city while listening to the street performers playing some typical music.
For me, Guinness is one of the first things I think about when I hear the word Ireland (sorry not sorry) so, if you are a fan of beer, it is imperative that you visit the Guinness Storehouse. It’s a super interactive experience: you find yourself involved in the beer-making process with a perfect ending: a free pint on the rooftop which has an amazing view.
Temple bar was initially one of pub, but it got so famous that the whole area started being called that. It is an area filled with pubs and bars, which is a great place to grab a beer at the end of the afternoon or to go out and dance. You just feel the awesome and happy Irish vibes, and there’s also a lot of Irish music – super cool!
One of the oldest colleges in the world. It’s a beautiful campus and the library it’s totally worth the look.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral & Gardens
This cathedral is just huge and it has a beautiful garden around it, totally worth a look.
This is a museum that allows you to “experience viking and medieval Dublin” and learn everything about it! You will love it, specially If you’re a nerd for history like me!
Kilmainham Gaol Prision
This old prison turned into a museum has a lot of history to tell: you get to see the whole building and learn about the people who once were there. Cheers to the staff, the tour is brilliantly done.
PS- I know this isn’t a place, but have some fish and chips with a nice beer!
Lots of Love,