Top Things To Do In Ireland

Ireland is a beautiful nation. One of the best things about visiting this little, island nation is that the native language is English. You will have no trouble communicating around the land. The other great thing about this nation is that there’s lots to do. Be sure to visit all the destinations on this list. Each one is a must see.

Powerscourt House And Gardens

This destination is fabulous if you have children. There’s a wonderful museum designed just for them. They’ll also enjoy exploring the 22-room dollhouse. It’s a little girl’s dream come true.

Adults will love the two large, green and always beautiful golf courses in the area. There’s also a 47-acre garden to get lost in. It’s lush and filled with many native plants. While there be sure to take advantage of the five star hotel and restaurant. Spend any extra cash you have lying around at the fabulous shops they have there too.

Cahir Castle

Everyone who visits Europe should at least make their way to one castle. The Cahir castle in Ireland’s the perfect choice for those looking to venture into one of these great monuments from the past. This castle was built in 1142, so it’s almost a thousand years old. It’s one of the largest castles in Ireland, and perhaps one of the largest in all of Europe. It’s also very well preserved.

Trinity College, Dublin

Are you an avid reader? Then you should visit the largest library in Ireland. They receive a copy of every book published in both Ireland and the U.K.. In fact, they have five million books, manuscripts and maps available for your reading pleasure.

St. Michan’s Church

Looking for some supernatural sightings? Then you’re going to want to add St. Michan’s church to your list of must sees. There are actual mummified bodies on the grounds. This church has been around for centuries. You’ll enjoy its rich history and excellent architecture.

The Ring Of Kerry

Those looking to enjoy the great outdoors will love this attraction, especially when visiting with a rental car. It consist of a 111-mile route where golfing, swimming and fishing all take place. It’s a beautiful sight to be seen. You can choose to walk, ride your bike or go in a horse-drawn carriage. Don’t forget to visit Killarney National Park and Rossbeigh Beach while on your way.

Visit Blarney Stone

It’s said that those who kiss the blarney stone in Ireland acquire the ability to flatter and speak with wit. While this may not be true, it’s worth a visit to test out this myth. This destination is one for the physically fit. As you have the climb the castle peak to touch the stone.

There’s Lots More To Do In Ireland

This is just a short list of some of the things you can do in Ireland. Ireland’s a place were there’s thousands of things to see and do. Be sure to do more research so you’ll know exactly which attractions are a must see.…