Dublin, Ireland - Dublin, Ireland 12 days trip

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Dublin, Ireland

2 nights Mon. Apr 12-Wed. Apr 14

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Belfast, Ireland

2 nights Wed. Apr 14-Fri. Apr 16

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Letterkenny, Ireland

1 night Fri. Apr 16-Sat. Apr 17

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Ballina, Ireland

1 night Sat. Apr 17-Sun. Apr 18

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Galway, Ireland

2 nights Sun. Apr 18-Tue. Apr 20

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Cork, Ireland

1 night Tue. Apr 20-Wed. Apr 21

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Dublin, Ireland

2 nights Wed. Apr 21-Fri. Apr 23

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Things to do in and around Dublin

  • Dublin
  • Dublin streets
  • The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
  • Cooley's Whiskeys
  • Trinity College - old Library 1
  • Big Wheel At Bray, Ireland
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  • National Gallery of Ireland
  • Dublin City Gallery - Hugh Lane
  • Aras an Uachtarain
  • Irish Jewish Museum
  • View From Ringsend Bridge
  • Carlow Town, Ireland
  • national leprechaun museum.
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • Writers Museum Dublin
  • Clarendon Street Church - Dublin
  • St. Peter's College
  • View from St. Canice's Cathedral (Kilkenny)
   
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Dublin

Ireland, Dublin region

Night lifeCultureFoodHistoric2 nightsMon. Apr 12 - Wed. Apr 14

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 Belfast

  • THE LAGAN - WATERFRONT AREA OF BELFAST CITY
  • An Culturlann, Beal Feirste
  • Belfast Street
  • Belfast Trip - 53
  • Queen's University of Belfast
  • Derry Cityscape - HDR
  • Portrush during the Airshow
  • Titanic, Belfast
  • Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Belfast Castle
  • Belfast City Hall
  • Dunluce Castle
  • Armagh City through the haze from Vicar's Carn
  • the palm house
  • Belfast Milltown Cemetery2
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  • Castle Ward - Classical Facade
  • Dundalk
   
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Belfast

Ireland, Northern Ireland region

CultureNight lifeHistoricFood2 nightsWed. Apr 14 - Fri. Apr 16

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 Letterkenny

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  • Letterkenny 11
  • Letterkenny 32
  • Green Lizard
  • Letterkenny 31
  • Ireland - Sligo
  • Derry Cityscape - HDR
  • Donegal Bay & Bundoran, Ireland
   
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Letterkenny

Ireland, Donegal region

Night lifeFoodCulture1 nightFri. Apr 16 - Sat. Apr 17

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 Ballina

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  • Looking up the hill to Ardnaree, Ballina
  • Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland
  • St Muredach's Cathedral, Ballina
  • Belleek Forest Park, Ballina
  • The confluence of River Corrib into Galway Bay
  • Ireland - Sligo
  • Town center - Kilkelly
  • Donegal Bay & Bundoran, Ireland
   
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Ballina

Ireland, Mayo region

Small townsFoodHistoricNight life1 nightSat. Apr 17 - Sun. Apr 18

Founded in the 14C, Ballina is known for its wealth of old architecture, dating almost as far back as the town itself.

Ballina is a town in north County Mayo, Ireland. It lies at the mouth of the River Moy near Killala Bay, in the Moy valley. The town has some notable architecture, including the 15th-century Moyne Abbey and St Muredach's Cathedral. Ballina has a very lively entertainment scene and a variety of restaurants serving Irish, European and Asian cuisine. The town also hosts the annual Fesant Fest music festival. The Ballina Salmon Festival is held annually in July in the town. The festival includes Heritage Day, where most of the centre of the town is closed to traffic and the streets fill with arts and craft stalls and demonstrations of transport from days gone by.
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Things to do in and around Galway

  • The confluence of River Corrib into Galway Bay
  • Quay Street, Galway
  • Looking Down Quay Street
  • Galway Museum
  • St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church
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  • 2007 Ireland Ballina 004
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  • Town center - Kilkelly
  • Doolin, Ireland
  • Ireland - Sligo
  • Doon Road, Ballybunion
   
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Galway

Ireland, Galway region

Night lifeCultureBeachesHistoric2 nightsSun. Apr 18 - Tue. Apr 20

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 Cork

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

Ireland, Cork region

Night lifeCultureFood1 nightTue. Apr 20 - Wed. Apr 21

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 Dublin

  • Dublin
  • Dublin streets
  • The Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
  • Cooley's Whiskeys
  • Trinity College - old Library 1
  • Big Wheel At Bray, Ireland
  • DSC_8911.jpg
  • National Gallery of Ireland
  • Dublin City Gallery - Hugh Lane
  • Aras an Uachtarain
  • Irish Jewish Museum
  • View From Ringsend Bridge
  • Carlow Town, Ireland
  • national leprechaun museum.
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • Writers Museum Dublin
  • Clarendon Street Church - Dublin
  • St. Peter's College
  • View from St. Canice's Cathedral (Kilkenny)
   
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Dublin

Ireland, Dublin region

Night lifeCultureFoodHistoric2 nightsWed. Apr 21 - Fri. Apr 23

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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