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Things to do in Ireland

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Discover the best attractions and activities that Ireland has to offer

Ireland has a fantastic array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year.

Ireland is the perfect destination experiencing a mix of ancient history and modern culture during their stay. From the vibrant nightlife to ancient monuments, there are many traditional attractions in Ireland as well as fun modern activities.

Visit Bunratty Castle and Folk Park in County Clare, a 15th-century tower house restored lovingly to reflect its glorious past. Visitors can join one of the medieval banquets held nightly around the year in this glorious setting.

Stop in Dublin and explore the famous night scene at Temple Bar, wander around the varied shopping areas, or visit the Museum of Modern Art Ireland. Whatever things you are looking to do, there are a wide variety of attractions and activities in Ireland that will appeal to everyone.

No matter what your tastes or interests are, this Ireland Travel Guide is sure to offer the inspiration you need for an unforgettable visit.

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  • Blarney Castle

    Home of the famous Blarney Stone, the castle is the third of which to be erected on the site, with the current structure having been built in 1446 by Dermot McCarthy, King of Munster.

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  • Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

    A 15th century tower house that has been restored to reflect its glorious past, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park offers visitors the chance to join in on one of the medieval banquets held throughout the year.

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  • Curracloe Beach

    One of the most popular beaches in Ireland, Curracloe’s soft golden sand entices visitors to explore their beautiful surrounding, search for wildlife and enjoy some relaxing sunbathing.

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  • Guinness Storehouse

    The Guinness Storehouse is a brewery experience introducing visitors to the fascinating history of country’s favourite beer, including tastings and the chance to have a drink in the beautiful rooftop bar of St. James’ Gate Brewery.

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  • Temple Bar

    The thriving riverside neighbourhood is often referred to as Dublin’s cultural capital, with a wide range of cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants as well as boutiques and galleries.

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