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From breathtaking landscapes and rural idylls to buzzing urban hubs, amazing festivals, friendly locals, great music, food and pubs, Ireland has it all.

Enjoy stunning scenery and warm welcomes along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic way, the world’s longest defined coastal route.

From Stone Age Monuments to Viking cities, Norman castles to grand estates, discover 5,000 years of history in Ireland’s Ancient East.

Explore Northern Ireland taking in epic sites such as the Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle on the Causeway Coastal Route to Titanic Belfast, voted the world’s best visitor attraction.

1. Giant’s Causeway
2.Titanic Belfast
3. Seamus Heaney HomePlace
4.Cliffs of Moher
5.Ring of Kerry
6. Guinness Storehouse
7. Powerscourt House & Gardens
8. St.Patrick’s Festival, Dublin
9. Halloween in Derry/Londonderry
10. Tradfest, Dublin.
There’s no such thing as a perfect time to visit Ireland. summer months are considered high season for visitors. They come for the long sunny evenings, parks in full bloom and eating al fresco in cafés. And of course in summer, there are festivals around every corner.

Autumn and spring are mid-seasons for travelers. You’ll enjoy kicking bronze-burnished leaves about in autumn, while spring sees nature kick into gear and flowers blossom. As for winter, a walk through a national park on a clear, crisp winter’s day can mean seeing nature at its most impressive