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Dublin, Ireland

1 night Sun. Apr 05-Mon. Apr 06

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Trim, Ireland

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Drogheda, Ireland

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Belfast, Ireland

2 nights Mon. Apr 06-Wed. Apr 08

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Bushmills, United Kingdom

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Letterkenny, Ireland

1 night Wed. Apr 08-Thu. Apr 09

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Donegal, Ireland

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Sligo, Ireland

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Westport, Ireland

1 night Thu. Apr 09-Fri. Apr 10

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Clifden, Ireland

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Galway, Ireland

2 nights Fri. Apr 10-Sun. Apr 12

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Limerick, Ireland

1 night Sun. Apr 12-Mon. Apr 13

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Tralee, Ireland

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Dingle, Ireland

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Killarney, Ireland

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Kenmare, Ireland

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Blarney, Ireland

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Cork, Ireland

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Kinsale, Ireland

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Cobh, Ireland

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Kilkenny, Ireland

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Dublin, Ireland

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Things to do in and around Dublin

  • Dublin
  • Dublin streets
  • The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
  • Trinity College - old Library 1
  • National Botanic Gardens of Ireland
  • Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow, looking North
  • Newgrange
  • National Gallery of Ireland
  • Phoenix Park, Dublin
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • War Memorial Park-003
  • sunshine in the Burren
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Dublin

Ireland, Dublin region

Night lifeCultureFoodHistoric1 nightSun. Apr 05 - Mon. Apr 06

Ireland's illustrious capital is known for its literary traditions, an upbeat pub scene, and a wealth of cultural and historic sites.

Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Founded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland's principal city following the Norman invasion. One of the oldest is Dublin Castle, which was first founded as a major defensive work on the orders of King John of England in 1204. Other popular landmarks and monuments include the Mansion House, the Anna Livia monument, the Molly Malone statue, Christ Church Cathedral, St Patrick's Cathedral, Saint Francis Xavier Church on Upper Gardiner Street near Mountjoy Square, The Custom House, and Áras an Uachtaráin. Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometre than any other European capital city.
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Things to do in and around Trim

  • Trim
  • St. Patrick's Day @ Trim / Ireland
  • Trim Castle Bridge
  • Dublin
  • Newgrange
   
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Trim

Ireland, Meath region

Historic0 nightsMon. Apr 06

Strewn with historic landmarks, this little town is full of charm and character, affording its visitors a glimpse of true Irish spirit.

Trim is a town in County Meath, Ireland. It situated on the River Boyne and noted for Trim Castle - the largest Cambro-Norman castle in Ireland. One of two cathedrals of the United of Dioceses of Meath and Kildare - St Patrick's cathedral - is located north of the river. An annual classic car show takes place in Trim every July, Trim Veteran and Vintage Rally has been running since 1985. Because of Jonathan Swift's residence near Trim after 1700, a satirical festival is held in his honour.
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Things to do in and around Drogheda

  • View Over Drogheda
  • Spire in Drogheda
  • Drogheda
  • Millmount Fort - Drogheda
  • Drogheda - July 2009
  • Dublin
  • Newgrange
   
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Drogheda

Ireland, Louth region

0 nightsMon. Apr 06

Believed to be one of Ireland's oldest towns, this lively cultural hub is home to several theater companies, many monuments, and historic sites.

Drogheda is an industrial and port town in County Louth on the east coast of Ireland. The town is situated in an area with an abundance of archaeological monuments dating from the Neolithic period onwards, of which the large Passage Tombs of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth are probably the best known. The town hosts an annual summer Samba festival, where Samba bands from around the world converge on the town for three days of drumming and parades.
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Things to do in and around Belfast

  • THE LAGAN - WATERFRONT AREA OF BELFAST CITY
  • Titanic, Belfast
  • Belfast Street
  • An Culturlann, Beal Feirste
  • the palm house
  • Giant's Causeway
  • Gobbins4
  • Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Belfast Castle
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  • Castlewellan Castle 037
  • sunshine in the Burren
  • Queen's University of Belfast
  • Belfast City Hall
  • Belfast Milltown Cemetery2
  • Dunluce Castle
  • Newgrange
   
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Belfast

Ireland, Northern Ireland region

CultureNight lifeHistoricFood2 nightsMon. Apr 06 - Wed. Apr 08

The capital of Northern Ireland is a vibrant industrial metropolis with a rich cultural scene, as well as a tumultuous history.

The architectural style of Belfast's buildings range from Edwardian to modern. The Royal Courts of Justice in Chichester Street are home to Northern Ireland's Supreme Court. Many of Belfast's oldest buildings are found in the Cathedral Quarter area. The Harland and Wolff shipyard has two of the largest dry docks in Europe. Belfast has several other venues for performing arts. Belfast is surrounded by mountains that create a micro-climate conducive to horticulture. From the Victorian Botanic Gardens in the heart of the city to the heights of Cave Hill Country Park, the great expanse of Lagan Valley Regional Park to Colin Glen, Belfast contains an abundance of parkland and forest parks.
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Things to do in and around Bushmills

  • Bushmills
  • Old Bushmills
  • Bushmills 3
  • driving along the Causeway Coastal Route
   
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Bushmills

United Kingdom, North East region

FoodSmall townsNatureActive0 nightsWed. Apr 08

A northern village located on the River Bush, famed for a world-renowned distillery specializing in Irish whiskey.

Bushmills owes its name to the River Bush and to a large watermill that was built there in the early 17C The village is best known as the location of the Old Bushmills Distillery, whose products include the Bushmills Original and Black Bush blends, as well as the 10-, 12-, 16-, and 21-year-old Bushmills Single Malts. To celebrate the 400th anniversary of distilling starting in the area the distillery released a unique whiskey called the "1608" which included crystal malt. The distillery draws its water, not from the River Bush itself, but from a tributary known as Saint Columbs Rill. The Giant's Causeway, which attracts over two million visitors per year, is located 2 miles north of the town.
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Things to do in and around Letterkenny

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  • Green Lizard
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  • Ballymastocker Bay
  • Rossnowlagh
  • Giant's Causeway
  • Ireland - County Donegal
   
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Letterkenny

Ireland, Donegal region

Night lifeFoodCulture1 nightWed. Apr 08 - Thu. Apr 09

The largest town in the county, Letterkenny is famous for its stunning 19C architecture as well as its excellent nightlife.

Letterkenny known as the Cathedral Town, is the largest and most populous urban settlement in County Donegal, Ireland. . Along with the nearby city of Derry, Letterkenny forms the major economic core of the north-west of the island of Ireland. The town is renowned for its night-life, with enterprises such as Club Voodoo, The Grill, Milan and The Pulse regularly attracting international names. Local sights include the Cathedral of St. Eunan and St. Columba, the historic Saint Eunan's College and the Donegal County Museum.
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Things to do in and around Donegal

  • Letterkenny 54
  • Donegal Town
  • Ballymastocker Bay
  • Rossnowlagh
   
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Donegal

Ireland, Donegal region

0 nightsThu. Apr 09

A lively town known for its thriving cultural scene, as well as 17C monuments, unique shops, and many nearby beaches.

Donegal or Donegal Town is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. The centre of the town, known as The Diamond, is a hub for music, poetic and cultural gatherings in the area. There are many sandy beaches in the area of Donegal, such as Murvagh beach, and some boasting good surfing conditions, such as Rossnowlagh. Donegal is also used as a base for hill-walking in the nearby Bluestack Mountains.
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Things to do in and around Sligo

  • Ireland - Sligo
  • O'Connells Street Sligo
  • The Model, Sligo
  • Sligo Abbey
  • Rossnowlagh
  • Ireland - County Donegal
   
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Sligo

Ireland, Sligo region

BeachesNatureActive0 nightsThu. Apr 09

Rich with history and situated near a wealth of natural attractions, this city is a great stop to explore the area and the local culture.

Sligo is the county town of County Sligo, Ireland. Sligo was formerly a major commercial port on the west coast of Ireland, and is now a major economic, educational, administrative and cultural centre of Ireland's Border Region The town is also an important tourist destination, owing mainly to the renowned natural beauty of the surrounding countryside and its literary and cultural associations. Sligo hosts many festivals throughout the year including Sligo Live occurring every October, The Sligo Summer Festival which celebrated the 400th anniversary of Sligo town and The Fleadh Cheoil which the town hosted in three consecutive years (1989, 1990 & 1991) and will host again in 2014 & 2015.
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Things to do in and around Westport

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  • Coral Beach
  • Glassilaun Beach
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  • Fanore Beach
   
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Westport

Ireland, Mayo region

Small townsNatureHistoricBeaches1 nightThu. Apr 09 - Fri. Apr 10

One of Ireland's pleasanter towns is surrounded with lush landscape, good beaches, and is in close proximity to many natural attractions.

Westport is a town in County Mayo in Ireland. It is at the south-east corner of Clew Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of Ireland. The town centre was designed by James Wyatt in 1780, in the Georgian architectural style and is one of only a few planned towns in the country. It was the home of the pirate chief Grace O'Malley in the mid-to-late 16th century. in 2012 it also won the Best Place to Live in Ireland competition run by The Irish Times. Visitors visit Westport for several reasons: the scenery; the pubs and restaurants in the town; blue flag beaches; and Croagh Patrick. its hotels and guest houses, make it a base for holidaymakers to tour the region.
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Things to do in and around Clifden

  • Clifden
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  • Coral Beach
  • Glassilaun Beach
   
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Clifden

Ireland, Galway region

NatureActiveSmall townsFood0 nightsFri. Apr 10

A great starting point for your exploration of Connemara, this 19C little town also boasts a few historic landmarks.

Clifden a town on the coast of County Galway, Ireland and being Connemara's largest town, located on the Owenglin River where it flows into Clifden Bay. It is the main town in Connemara andt is home to a range of services. •Local sights include the Twelve Bens mountain range, Connemara National Park, Derrygimlagh Bog, Inishbofin island and Slyne Head Lighthouse.
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Things to do in and around Galway

  • The confluence of River Corrib into Galway Bay
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  • Quay Street, Galway
  • Looking Down Quay Street
  • Galway Museum
  • Coral Beach
  • Glassilaun Beach
  • St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church
  • Fanore Beach
  • 24052011-JPA_5068
  • Dun Aengus on Inishmore
  • Tallabawn (Silver Strand) Beach, Killadoon, Co. Mayo
   
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Galway

Ireland, Galway region

Night lifeCultureBeachesHistoric2 nightsFri. Apr 10 - Sun. Apr 12

Strewn with historic sites and museums, thriving bohemian city is also known for its beaches, vibrant culture, and nightlife.

Galway is a city in the West of Ireland in the province of Connacht. Galway lies on the River Corrib between Lough Corrib and Galway Bay. Galway is known as Ireland's Cultural Heart and is renowned for its vibrant lifestyle and numerous festivals, celebrations and events. Every November, Galway hosts the Tulca Festival of Visual Arts as well as numerous festivals. Lynch's Castle on Shop Street is probably the finest medieval town house in Ireland. The Church of Ireland St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church is the largest medieval church still in everyday use in Ireland.
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Things to do in and around Limerick

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  • JAFFE FOUNTAIN OUTSIDE VICTORIA SQUARE SHOPPING CENTRE [A FAVOURITE OF MINE] REF-104998
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  • Fanore Beach
  • Coral Beach
  • Tait’s Clock Tower In Limerick [Ireland]
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  • The confluence of River Corrib into Galway Bay
   
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Limerick

Ireland, Limerick region

HistoricCultureFoodNatureNight life1 nightSun. Apr 12 - Mon. Apr 13

Strewn with historic landmarks, architectural gems, and cultural venues, this vibrant city is full of the fast-paced Irish spirit.

Limerick is located in the Mid-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster. In early medieval times Limerick was at the centre of the Kingdom of Thomond which corresponds to the present day Mid West Region. The city is the setting for Frank McCourt's memoir Angela's Ashes. Riverfest is an annual summer festival held in Limerick. The 2014 festival was held 2 to 5 May and had a record 80,000 visitors.
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Things to do in and around Tralee

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  • bridge street
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  • Rossbeigh Beach, Ring of Kerry (506498)
  • Ring of Kerry
   
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Tralee

Ireland, Kerry region

0 nightsMon. Apr 13

Well-known as a a great stop for exploring the Dingle Peninsula, this town has much to offer, from colorful streets to cultural events.

Tralee is the county town of County Kerry in the south-west of Ireland. The town is on the northern side of the neck of the Dingle Peninsula, and is the largest town in County Kerry. Tralee is famous for the Rose of Tralee International Festival which has been held annually in August since 1959. Archaeological sites include Casement's Fort: an ancient Ring Fort where Roger Casement was hiding when arrested. Monument to Saint Brendan the Navigator at Fenit. and Caherconree: Iron Age Fort overlooking Tralee Bay
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Things to do in and around Dingle

  • Dingle
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  • Rossbeigh Beach, Ring of Kerry (506498)
  • Ring of Kerry
   
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Dingle

Ireland, Kerry region

Small townsNight life0 nightsMon. Apr 13

Home to a historic port, this lovely little town offers great eateries, arts and crafts shops, live music venues, and nice fishing.

The only town on the Dingle Peninsula, Dinglesits on the Atlantic coast. In Ireland the town was developed as a port following the Norman invasion of Ireland. The Dingle Peninsula was the scene of much of the military activity of 1579–80. On 17 July 1579 James FitzMaurice FitzGerald brought a small fleet of ships to Dingle. He made landfall, launching the Second Desmond Rebellion. sites in Dingle include St. Mary's church, which was a neo-Gothic church built to designs by J. J. McCarthy. Since 1984 a common bottlenose dolphin has frequented the Dingle harbour area. He has been given the name Fungie. He regularly shows up when tour boats go out to meet him.
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Things to do in and around Killarney

  • Killarney
  • Castle Ross 2
  • Irlanda 2010
  • Killarney Dry Ginger Ale
  • Rossbeigh Beach, Ring of Kerry (506498)
  • IMGP4196 Looking For The Lighthouse
  • Ring of Kerry
  • Anna M at anchor Sherkin Island 2006
   
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Killarney

Ireland, Kerry region

NatureActiveNight lifeFood1 nightMon. Apr 13 - Tue. Apr 14

Full of charm, colorful shops, and notable landmarks, this town is famed for its proximity to many historic and natural attractions.

Killarney is a medium sized town in County Kerry, southwestern Ireland. The town is on the northeastern shore of Lough Leane, which is part of Killarney National Park. The town and its hinterland is home to St Mary's Cathedral, Ross Castle, Muckross House and Abbey, the Lakes of Killarney, MacGillycuddy's Reeks, Purple Mountain, Mangerton Mountain, the Gap of Dunloe and Torc Waterfall. Killarney was bestowed the prestigious "Best Kept Town" award in 2007 in a cross-border competition. Tourism is by far the largest industry in Killarney. With the exception of Dublin, there are more hotel beds in Killarney than in any other Irish town or city.
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Things to do in and around Kenmare

  • Athlone
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  • Rossbeigh Beach, Ring of Kerry (506498)
  • Anna M at anchor Sherkin Island 2006
   
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Kenmare

Ireland

0 nightsTue. Apr 14

An authentic Irish destination visited by few tourists.

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Things to do in and around Blarney

  • View of the Town Around Blarney Castle
  • Blarney Castle
  • Enroute from Blarney to Killarney
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  • Killarney
   
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Blarney

Ireland, Cork region

0 nightsTue. Apr 14

Mostly known for the famous Blarney Castle set in its heart, this small town also features an historic woollen mill and a nice atmosphere.

Blarney town is a major tourist attraction in County Cork. Mostly people come to see the castle, kiss the stone, and to shop at the Blarney Woolen Mills center. By kissing the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle, it is claimed that one can receive the "Gift of the Gab" (eloquence, or skill at flattery or persuasion). The legend has several suggested roots, involving members of the MacCarthy dynasty – builders and original owners of Blarney Castle. Blarney Woollen Mills, built in 1823, was a water powered mill, producing mainly textiles. The mills was reinvented as a gift store. The centre of the village is dominated by The Square, a grass field where Blarney locals congregate during the summer.
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Things to do in and around Cork

  • French's Quay as Viewed From South Gate Bridge (Cork City)
  • Street
  • English Market, Cork, Ireland
  • Clock Tower of St. Anne's church
  • Crawford Art Gallery, a National Cultural Institiution
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  • Island Chapel
  • Cork Butter Museum
  • University College Cork
  • Cork Public Museum I
  • Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral [Cork City]--118646
  • Killarney
  • Ring of Kerry
   
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Cork

Ireland, Cork region

Night lifeCultureFood1 nightTue. Apr 14 - Wed. Apr 15

Ireland's second-largest city, this vibrant metropolis is full of historic sites, cultural monuments, and wonderful local food.

Cork is a city in Ireland. It is located in the South-West Region and in the province of Munster. The city is built on the River Lee which divides into two channels at the western end of the city. The city centre is located on the island created by the channels. The city's cognomen of "the rebel city" originates in its support for the Yorkist cause during the English War of the Roses. Cork features architecturally notable buildings originating from the Medieval to Modern periods.[28] The only notable remnant of the Medieval era is the Red Abbey. Other notable places include Elizabeth Fort, the Cork Opera House, and Christ Church on South Main Street. The city has many local traditions in food, including crubeens, and tripe and drisheen. During certain city festivals, food stalls are also sometimes erected on city streets – such as St. Patrick's Street or Grand Parade.
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Things to do in and around Kinsale

  • Kinsale
  • Kinsale Streets
  • Kinsale Charles Fort
  • Anna M at anchor Sherkin Island 2006
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Kinsale

Ireland, Cork region

FoodSmall towns0 nightsWed. Apr 15

A small fishing town popular for its seaside activities, wonderful culinary scene, and a charming old-world atmosphere.

Kinsale is a fishing village in County Cork, Ireland. Located some 25 km south of Cork City. Kinsale is a popular holiday resort for Irish and foreign tourists. Leisure activities include yachting, sea angling, and golf. The town is compact with a quaint air of antiquity in the narrow streets. There is a large yachting marina close to the town centre. The town is known for its restaurants, and holds an annual "Gourmet Festival". Prominent buildings in the town include St. Multose's church, St. John the Baptist, the Market House and the so-called French Prison.
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Things to do in and around Cobh

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  • Island Chapel
   
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Cobh

Ireland

0 nightsWed. Apr 15

An authentic Irish destination visited by few tourists.

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Things to do in and around Kilkenny

  • View from St. Canice's Cathedral (Kilkenny)
  • Kilkenny
  • Kilkenny Castle
  • Cattedrale di San Canizio (Kilkenny) (HDR)
  • Smithwick's St Francis Abby Brewery, Kilkenny
  • Baginbun head - something historical happened here - cnat remember. Was it Strongbow, who later married Aoife in that painting by Maclise?
  • Annestown Beach
   
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Kilkenny

Ireland, Leinster region

HistoricSmall townsCulture0 nightsWed. Apr 15

Full of history and medieval ambiance, this small city offers much to its visitors, from churches, to a castle, to memorable streets.

Kilkenny is a city located in south-east part of Ireland and the county town of the eponymous County Kilkenny. It is built on both banks of the River Nore in the province of Leinster. Kilkenny is regarded for its culture with craft and design workshops, the Watergate Theatre, public gardens and museums. Annual events include Kilkenny Art Festival, the Cat Laughs comedy festival and music at the Rhythm and Roots festival and the Source concert. It is a popular base to explore the surrounding towns, villages and countryside.
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Things to do in and around Dublin

  • Dublin
  • Dublin streets
  • The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
  • Trinity College - old Library 1
  • National Botanic Gardens of Ireland
  • Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow, looking North
  • Newgrange
  • National Gallery of Ireland
  • Phoenix Park, Dublin
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • War Memorial Park-003
  • sunshine in the Burren
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  • Writers Museum Dublin
  • Cooley's Whiskeys
  • Farmleigh House
  • Clarendon Street Church - Dublin
  • Dollymount Beach - North Bull Island
  • Skerries, Ireland
   
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Dublin

Ireland, Dublin region

Night lifeCultureFoodHistoric2 nightsWed. Apr 15 - Fri. Apr 17

Ireland's illustrious capital is known for its literary traditions, an upbeat pub scene, and a wealth of cultural and historic sites.

Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. Founded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland's principal city following the Norman invasion. One of the oldest is Dublin Castle, which was first founded as a major defensive work on the orders of King John of England in 1204. Other popular landmarks and monuments include the Mansion House, the Anna Livia monument, the Molly Malone statue, Christ Church Cathedral, St Patrick's Cathedral, Saint Francis Xavier Church on Upper Gardiner Street near Mountjoy Square, The Custom House, and Áras an Uachtaráin. Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometre than any other European capital city.
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