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Breathtaking Places to See In the Ireland Before You Die

Breathtaking Places to See In the Ireland Before You Die

Filled with breathtaking landscapes, Ireland is one of the most popular tourist spots of the whole of Europe. After visiting this green paradise, one will come across several glimmering and appealing places from which you cannot take your eyes off.

With so many places to visit, you can just get confused about which one to choose and which to leave. Well, you also need to see whether your pocket allows you to wander all around Ireland. This is why we have prepared a list of 10 most popular and astonishing destinations of the country which you should definitely see before you die. So let us get started.

Places in Ireland that you should definitely visit

  1. Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher Ireland

If you are planning to visit Ireland this summer, then keep this place in the top of your list for sure.  Cliff of Moher is one of the most popular and iconic tourist destinations of Ireland and people from all over the world just visit the country to get the glimpse of this abode of nature. Stretched for about 5 miles, these chains of 400-foot high sea cliffs will offer you views from which you will not be able to certainly take your eyes off. The place is basically located at the southwestern part of the Burren region in County Clare.

  1. Donegal

Donegal in Ireland

Want to meet the most heart welcoming people of Ireland and experience spectacular views? If yes, then Donegal is just the place you must visit. Many tourists specifically mention about this silent yet calm haven as their favourite spot of Ireland. The most visited area of Donegal is the Glenveagh National Park that is covered around 170 square km of beautiful hillside and woods. Along with that, you will also find beautiful landscapes; clear lakes, sandy beaches and the ancient Glenveagh Castle that altogether make Donegal one of the most exceptional territories of Ireland and a true tourist paradise.

  1. Cobh

Cobh Ireland

A port city located in the southern part of Ireland- Cobh is highly popular among the tourist because when you land here, you get to see the mesmerising rows of candy coloured home alongside the water and also who can forget the beauty of towering Cathedral standing sent over the harbour. Well, if you are not all these appealing then what about little history facts. Actually, Cobh was considered to be the final port of the ship RMS Titanic, and you will also find a commemorate museum in the place standing today.

  1. Ring of Kerry

Ring of Kerry Ireland

Another highly popular tourist destination in Ireland is the Ring of Kerry, and the visitor can expect one of the most scenic views that definitely deserve a go. If you are the type of person who likes to click photographs of beautiful things, then the Ring of Kerry is an ideal place for you. Here you will encounter Wildlife River, coastal and forest areas and a soul refreshing winds coming from the Atlantic. This place is a home of numerous heritage sites such as Iron Age Forts, Ogham Stones, ancient Monasteries and almost a 10,000 years old rock landscape.

  1. Glendalough

Glendalough also is known as the “Valley of Two Lakes” is one of the most famous places in Ireland. Located in the valley in the glacier valley and tranquil lakes, this place is filled with mesmerising spots. If you have an interest in history and archaeology, then you can visit the ancient St Kevin’s Church and cathedral. Here, you can enjoy the beauty of Glendalough in two ways either by going for a walk around the lakes or go for a 10-mile hike across mountains if you are kind of passionate explorer who is ready to walk a lot to get the perfect view.

  1. The Burren

The Burren

Filled with an incredible landscape of ruts, fissures, and rocky mounds- The Burren is one of the most unique places on the planet that deserve a visit. Well, the majority of the Irish lands are covered with greeneries, but the Burren is the place where you will see grey instead of green. This means that while walking or driving, you will come across several old rocks and huge stones that will make you feel that you have landed on the Moon. Apart from that, you can also wander around the small village of Liscannor which is just a few kilometres away from the Burren. After the tiring day of exploring the Burren, you can visit the town and enjoy the food and take rest in any of the affordable accommodations.

  1. Sligo

Sligo

If you are planning to visit Ireland during the time of summer, make sure set your foot on the beautiful land of Sligo. From mountainous landscapes to a soothing coastline, this town is filled with incredible places that will touch your soul. When you visit Sligo, you will come across a 40 foot stone cabin that is the burial place of Queen Maeve of Connaught. All it takes is a 3-hour drive from Dublin to reach this high Ireland. As Sligo is located near the ocean, you can enjoy the mouthwatering seafood cuisines.

  1. Kerry

Kerry

Kerry is also a great place for tourists, and you will find no shortages of things to do in this lovely county of Ireland. You can dive in the Dingle bay to feel the cold water of Atlantic, or you can go for hiking at Ireland’s highest mountain range- MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and enjoy the flow of cold and chilly winds.  This county is filled with awe-inspiring lakes where you will also get to see many castles and grand houses along their shores.

If you have already prepared a budget and have saved money for the trip, then it’s a good thing and you are all set to go. But if you don’t have enough saving to finance your trip, then you can also opt for quick loans in Ireland and focus on the repayment part after coming from vacation.

Wrapping up, well, when it comes to Ireland, there is no end for this beautiful country. However, we have mentioned some of the best places in the country that you definitely need to get a glimpse, if you ever plan to visit Ireland.

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Aaron Smith is a content marketing executive at Blogonfinance. He frequently blogs for the Blogonfinance business blog and Forbes. Connect with him on Twitter @aaronsmith20111

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