A Travel Guide to Ireland
Ah, Ireland. The land of castles, beautiful green countryside, pubs are serving up Guinness and Jameson, and, of course, the Leprechaun. It’s easy to see why so many travelers worldwide flock to Ireland every year. Well, this past year, maybe not so much. Hopefully, worldwide travel will open back up soon so people can experience all that Ireland has to offer. In preparation for that day, let’s explore some of the beautiful and fun things travelers can see and do in Ireland.
Located on Ireland’s western side, the City of Galway is home to some of the country’s most popular things to see and do in Ireland. Travelers are in for a treat when they visit this lovely city, the 6th largest in Ireland.
- Dungaire Castle is breathtakingly beautiful, possibly haunted, and the spot where legendary writers like George Bernard Shaw reported hung out. A stop at Dungaire Castle is a must when visiting Ireland.
- The Cliffs of Moher is where tourists should prepare to be blown away when they visit The Cliffs of Moher. One of the most popular things to see and do when visiting Ireland, the beautiful sights of the Cliffs, is probably what most people think of the Irish countryside.
- Dublin, Ireland
On the other side of Ireland, there’s Dublin, both the country’s capital and its largest city. When visitors think of Dublin, they undoubtedly picture the pubs, restaurants, music, dancing, and vibrant atmosphere. Again, it may not so much during the past year, but hopefully, things will soon be getting back to normal. Here’s how a day in Dublin might unfold:
- Share an ‘Irish Breakfast’ where beer, it’s the breakfast of champions. So why not start your day in Ireland with the Champion of Beers, Guinness?
- Lunch at Leo Burdock’s fish and chips is a staple in Ireland. And nobody does it better than the grúpa at Leo Burdock’s. TRAVELER TIP: Wear pants or a skirt with an elastic waistband.
- Travelers might want to avoid visiting the Trinity College Library, as it wouldn’t be a good idea for travelers to do this because libraries are quiet. You may find yourself falling asleep after that big lunch at Burdock’s.
There’s still so much to see and do in Ireland. Why not stay for another week? Most people are working from home now anyway. Who would notice?