Most scenic places to visit in Ireland

Searching for a place to spend an unforgettable holiday? Go to Ireland and discover some of the most scenic places in the world. Out there, everything is green, and picturesque sights along with friendly locals will leave you amazed. Book a flight and off you go!

Go to the wonderful Kylemore Abbey, Connemara

If you are fond of the unusual architecture, and you are willing to explore gothic monuments of Ireland, you should go to Kylemore Abbey in Connemara where you can spend an entire day relaxing. It is not far from Galway City – it will only take you an hour by car, or you can rent a bike and enjoy the ride in the nature. There is a gothic castle nearby where you can learn a lot about the culture and interesting history. There, you will find hospitable Benedictine nuns who can take you on a tour along the Abbey. Once you get tired from all of that, you can simply enjoy the beautiful gardens.

Kylemore Abbey, Connemara

Discover Giant’s Causeway

Go to Giant’s Causeway and see the amazing rock formation which is the only site in Northern Ireland acknowledged by Unesco World Heritage. There are close-knit hexagonal stone columns which remind people of something done by giants. There is the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Experience, an eco-friendly building where you can hear about the origin of the place. Entering the very Causeway is completely free, but you will have to pay for the car park and entering the visitor centre.

Giant's Causeway

The spectacular cliffs of Moher

The splendid intact nature at the cliffs of Moher is the reason why the largest number of tourists visit this area. The cliffs stretch along 5 miles of the Atlantic coast and are 702 feet high. You will hardly find a better view in the entire Ireland. Also, these cliffs appeared in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, so it is a must-visit for all the Harry Potter fans. Go to O’Brien’s Tower where you can get the most amazing view upon the Atlantic ocean.

cliffs of Moher

Go shopping in Galway street

Galway street is the right place to go if you are into arts and designer shops. There are street artists all over this place and you can find great pieces of clothing, whether you are interested in high street or designer brands.

Galway street

Dublin is a must see

Dublin Castle

If you want to visit Ireland, you definitely should not miss Dublin which is full of historical and cultural sights. You should spend a few days there, if you want to see most of the sights. If you are looking for accommodation, share accommodation is what you need. This is an excellent way to save some money while meeting new people who can join you for a couple of days of sightseeing all over the city.  Grafton Street is full of positive energy, because there are a lot of buskers and everyone is so fond of them. Do not be surprised once you see a lot of people dancing to their positive tunes. Everything is brimming with flowers that you can buy.  It is best to visit this street during Christmas when everyone is into the festive spirit. If you like history, go to Dublin Castle which was built in 1230. Chester Beatty Library is the place to go to check out the best pieces of art of Ireland.

St Patricks Cathedral Ireland

Of course, you should visit the pubs of Dublin to understand the real lifestyle. You will easily bond with the locals who are willing to talk to you while drinking a pint or two. The best Guinness is served in Kehoe’s. Cheers! After a night out, you may want to consider visiting St Patrick’s cathedral. It will give you a peace of mind and you will enjoy discovering the gothic architecture.

Forget all your troubles in Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park

Ireland is home to one of the most amazing national parks – Killarney National Park. There you can see the tallest mountain range of the country, Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, with the top as high as 3,280 feet. Also, you can enjoy the beautiful lake situated in this park, where you can have a picnic or just relax and enjoy the amazing scenery. The park is brimming with wildlife – deer are everywhere and the waters are rich in salmon and trout.

The country of Ireland is brimming with natural wonders, masterpieces of architecture and places to unwind at. Wait no more! Visit the land of rocky cliffs and green landscapes as soon as possible!

*This post is contributed by Nicole Noel