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Travelling through Ireland is the best vacation for your soul. It is the country of rocky mountains, the great ocean, vast pastures and peacefully grazing sheep. In a relatively small area of the island there are six major national parks enabling a person to learn more about the natural world. No wonder the color of verdurous grass is symbolic for Ireland. By tradition, on March 17 the citizens of Ireland put on green clothes and celebrate St. Patrick's Day. In Ireland there are no noisy dusty cities but there are pleasant historical centers where you can stay for a day or two and slowly see the main sights.
What to do and what to see
Tourist routes run across the country beyond the city limits. Rental car or even a motorcycle as the roads in Ireland are perfect but quite narrow would come in handy. One of the most famous routes is a ring road Ring of Kerry which covers several castles, churches, coast with panoramic views, waterfalls, rivers and lakes.
Perfect accommodation options will be hotels in a natural area with possibilities for active recreation (Sneem Hotel, O'Grady's Townhouse B&B). Moreover, you will unlikely wish to leave this picturesque and tranquil place.
There is breathtaking scenery around the city of Galway. First of all these are the Aran Islands, you can choose any of the three for a bike ride. The Cliffs of Moher should be seen at least once and preferably on a clear windless weather.
Speaking of Ireland we cannot ignore the Irish whiskey especially since the tour of the main distilleries is very popular. Start with the small town of Midleton where production of the famous brand Jameson has moved from the capital. The nearby city of Cork is just perfect for a short visit and an overnight stay. At the heart of the city there are many good hotels (Shandon Bells B&B) but the most elegant is five-star Hayfield Manor. Further, through Kilkenny go to Dublin. On the way you can visit Blarney Castle and kiss the Stone of Eloquence, see the castle Ormond, rock Cashel, Castle Cahir, garden Altamont, call in to the tasting in Kilbeggan Distillery.
Where to stay
In each Irish city, there is a couple of main streets with souvenir shops, pubs and most of the hotels. In Dublin the main entertainment districts are the Fleet St. and the square of Temple Bar. If you come to have fun then O'Neills Victorian Pub and Townhouse, Temple Bar Hotel, The Merchant House, Harrington Hall are the most suitable options. For a more relaxing holiday you can consider the following options: Jurys Inn, Albany House. The best price is offered by the apartments Staycity Saint Augustine St; Guinness Brewery Museum is just a few minutes' walk away. Hostel Sky Backpackers - The Liffey also desrves your attention.
If you come to Galway with friends you will certainly like comfrotable Kinlay House Eyre Square Hostel. Jurys Inn Galway, Eyre Square Hotel, and The Abbeygate Guesthouse are conveniently located relative to the main restaurants, bars, shops and attractions. Skeffington Arms Hotel is the best place for watching a football match drinking beer.
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