Six things to do in Ireland

2 min read

Ireland is one of the wildest, most romantic, and culturally and historically rich islands in the world.

It is unsurprising that Ireland is the 13th most popular tourist destination in the world Let’s take a look at six things to do on the Emerald Isle.

1. Visit Dublin

Ireland’s capital, and home to many of its finest museums, monuments, and the Guinness factory, is not to be missed. Wander through the historic centre, visit the Post Office to learn about the 1916 uprising, bask in the beauty of the Trinity College Cloisters, and dance until you drop at Temple Bar.

Image Credit

  1. Eat until you burst

    Ireland has a rich culinary tradition. While not world-famous for its food in the same way as Italy or France, Ireland’s top chefs can cut it with the best in Europe. Irish produce is of enviable quality, is likely to be served in generous portions, and is made with love.

    3. Head north

    Game of Thrones fans may want to head north of the border to Northern Ireland to visit the incredible set of Game of Thrones. This has been turned into a visitors’ museum – the Game of Thrones Experience – and you can even sit on the Iron Throne! Belfast is also a beautiful city with lots to see and do.

    4. Head to the rugged isles!

    Visit Aran for some respite from the hustle and bustle of life and enjoy the wild countryside and learn about Ireland’s fishing and textile-making communities. You can even pick up a mens Fisherman sweater in advance to keep you warm from stores such as

    5. Listen to traditional music

    Folk superstars The Dubliners launched their careers at O’Donoghue’s in Dublin and still attract a great musical crowd, so settle in with a pint and enjoy the music.

Image Credit

6. Pick up a book

James Joyce, Seamus Heany, Sally Rooney – Ireland has its fair share of literary stars. Why not pick up a book at independent bookshop The Winding Stair as a memento?

You May Also Like

More From Author

+ There are no comments

Add yours