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Lonely Planet Ireland (Travel Guide)
Official Travel Sites
Irish Tourist Board.
Independent Travel Sites
All Ireland portal offering detailed travel and tourism information, local news, accommodation and car hire services, event listings and regional web directory.
Itinerary advice from experienced guides.
Ireland For You
Ireland View – Ireland’s travel and accommodation guide.
Destination Guide – Ireland
Ireland is an island to the northwest of continental Europe which is the third largest island in Europe and the twentieth largest island in the world. The capital city is Dublin. The people who lived in Ireland are called Irish and their language is Irish and English. There are over 4,500,000 people in the whole country. Ireland has its own unique charm for tourists. In Ireland, you will experience “four seasons in one day”, a mild but changeable oceanic climate with few extremes. There is more rain in the west compared with the east, even if you visit Ireland on summer, you still find yourself experiencing rain in the middle of the season.
Where to Go?
Glendalough – “The Valley of the Two Lakes” is located in the midst of Wicklow Mountans trough forested valley with two blue lakes. This place is ideal for walking, strolling, jogging or hiking. The two lakes are called “the Upper Lake” and “The Lower Lake”, wherein you will find the monastic ruins near the Lower Lake. There is a round tower situated in Glendalough that were once used as a storehouse for all the people’s treasures, the tower is about 30 meters high with a door that is about 3.5 meters from the ground.
Blarney Castle – This is the perfect epitome of Irish culture and heritage. Visitors are enchanted by the amazing Blarney Stone which is a very popular attraction. This stone is also called as the “stone of Eloquence”; the legend says that whoever kisses the stone will never lost for words.
Cliffs of Moher – The most visited by the tourists and the locals of Ireland because of the cliff’s spectacular view and refreshing atmosphere. It is 230 meters above the ground that gives people a good view of Arans Islands in Galway Bay and the hills of Connemara. Anyone can walk to the edge of the cliffs because it has no boundaries but one should be very careful as some of its edges give away.
Ring of Kerry – A great place for the family for fishing that can possibly get delicious salmon, cod, flounder, mullet and mackerel and the water is good for some water sports too. It known for its scenic routes that are ideal for cycling and golfing
The cities of Ireland have 11 urban hubs with a hip and vibrant cosmopolitan, not too big and not too small where you can see it in one day. From Belfas, Londonerry, Newry, Lisburn and Armagh to Dublin, Galway, Cork, Kilkenny, Waterford and Limerick, each city in Ireland is pack of its own unique cultural flavor.
What to Eat?
Champ or Poundies – To champ means to pound or smash and poundies is to pound. A mashed potato with green onion with a well of butter in the center.
Irish Stew – A simple stew made of lamb or mutton, potatoes and onions that have been simmered for a long time.
Bangers – These are sausages that are traditionally made with pork.
Boxty or Boxdy – Simple potato pancakes with onion or garlic flavors.
Ireland if packed with events all year round and even rich in stunning landscapes that will surely satisfy the tourists’ cravings on their adventure.
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