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Guinness Storehouse
Specialty Museums, Historic Sites
Skellig Michael
Historic Sites, Islands
Kilmainham Gaol
Historic Sites, Specialty Museums
Trinity College Dublin
Historic Sites, Universities & Schools
Cliffs of Moher
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Dingle Peninsula
Scenic Drives, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Temple Bar
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Skelligs Rock
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Loughcrew Cairns
Ancient Ruins, Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites
Rathcroghan Royal Site & Visitor Centre
Visitor Centers, Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Dun Aonghasa
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Christ Church Cathedral
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
Gougane Barra Church
Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches & Cathedrals, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Muckross Abbey
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Cobh Cathedral
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Cliffs of Moher Liscannor
Amazing tour, excellent panoramic view, the weather was perfect, the boat trip was wonderful we could see all details of the cliffs also Natasha Roper our guide tour gave us an excellent overview during the tour,...
You can do a wonderful five mile cliff top walk from Doolin which gives you amazing costal views leading to the cliffs and you can get a bus back to Doolin from the visitors centre at the cliffs.
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Kilmainham Gaol Dublin
Definitely worth a visit, it gives you an amazing view of Irish history and all the conflicts experienced on this amazing island with amazing people, worth learning the history and seeing firsthand the impact of t...
Amazing tour, fantastic guide who gave a great insight into Irish history and its relationship with GB outlining one of the most prevalent uprisings (Easter uprising) Site used for several films and recent TV series.
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Trinity College Dublin Dublin
Trinity has a simply stunning campus with a blend of the truly ancient (Book of Kells is on site) and the modern (both architecture and sculptures) and some of the rooms are equally stunning.
Students from all over the world come to study here and it is renowned for the famous Book of Kells which is on view within its walls, There are wonderful gardens where one can picnic and admire the many sculpture...
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The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition Dublin
Excellent site to visit has great history leading back to several centuries So much information and so well portrayed Well done with such pride Trinity college with a great history complements the book of Kells ve...
The history of the Book of Kells is fascinating but if you can’t get tickets or the lines are too long you’ll still walk away with an appreciation of this historic site by just visiting the library.
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Guinness Storehouse Dublin
From the moment you are outside this Storehouse you know it's special.The welcome is great and the whole experience on every level is just amazing.The view from Gravity bar across Dublin is superb and the Guinness...
Fantastically well produced story of Guinness... fabulous opulent sets... amazing lighting effects... rounded off by a gorgeous pint of Guinness in a bar with the best views of Dublin City (apart from my own house)
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Temple Bar Dublin
We went on a family day out to Dublin after taking in a few of the sights we ended up at the temple bar 5he Craig was mighty plenty of fun and laughter nice friendly staff and a bitta banter on the side there was...
Lovely area to stroll, walking distance frim the city centre, lots of main attractions and fabulous eating places/cafes and the river view.
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The Irish Workhouse Centre Portumna
Hats off once again to Stephen who was just more than a tour guide but a very nice man who does it purely for the love of this historic landmark in his beloved home county Galway.
Thank you very much for allowing me to take photographs and informing me of some very interesting historical content ... This is a definite landmark on the 'Discovering Ireland' bucket list.
Kilkee Cliff Walk Kilkee
This has to be one of the best cliff walks in Ireland, with spectacular views and stunning sea stacks with shear drops to gigantic Atlantic waves where extreme care has to be taken if going anywhere near the edge.
You can walk "there and back again" by the cliffs without doing the road section, so you have the amazing waves (and maybe the Aran islands or dolphins) in your sights all the way
Blueberry Hill Farm Sneem
Slea Head Drive Dingle Peninsula
Very interesting (bee hive huts, Irish famine cottages etc.), breathtaking views of coastline, and beautiful 30 minutes hike at Waymont (52.150786, -10.474303) - highly recommended hike with the best views on coas...
He picked us up at our townhouse and away we went to learn about the history of the area and Ireland in general - Ogham stones, monastic sites, Raesc stone, beehive dwellings - all while seeing some amazing scener...
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Wild Atlantic Way Galway
Beautiful rugged scenery, breathtaking views and wonderful exhilarating walks... followed up by a fabulous hearty pub lunch.. Well worth taking day or two to explore.
Spectacular scenery the entire way from dramatic cliffs and coastal views, mountains, castle and famine era cottage ruins, beautiful pastures and endless spectacles of wild flowers.
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Slieve League Carrick
... on the birdlife and the cliffs themselves but to be honest, the main thing to do here is just gaze out to sea and along the cliffs and drink in the mesmerising views, as good as anywhere in Ireland - and beyond.
Well worth a visit to see this amazing natural phenomenon, stunning vistas along these 600m high cliffs, worth the effort to walk along the cliff top path a few hundred metres for an even better view.
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Joyce Country Sheepdogs Shanafaraghaun
If the view in and of itself is stunning - in any weather - and Mr. Joyce puts on an informative and fun demonstration.
We saw some of the most beautiful land and landmarks in the country.
Arigna Mining Experience Roscommon
... being retired miners makes it all the more realistic- a great day travelling to Arigna as sun shinning and temperatures outside 17 degrees - the views from the top of the mountain are amazing a great picnic spot
Following the hill climb to the top of the mountain, being blown away by the view , had the best home made scones i have ever had, we haved an excellent tour led by Gerry who brought the whole experience to life.
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14 Henrietta Street Dublin
As a active tour guide in Dublin I have been to most of the tourist sites in the city and 14 Henrietta Street is a must see for anybody interested in the history and social evolution of Dublin.
... periods that I grew up in and remember from my childhood..each tour caters for 17 people.I would highly recommend it .I myself am seeing Dublin from a visitors view and I think it's great even I was born here.
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Killary Sheep Farm Leenane
The 'tour' was less than an hour, we started with a sheep dog demonstration - this is viewed from a viewing platform in the side of a hill, overlooking the fjord and a number of fields (gorgeous views!!!).
The sheep dog demonstration, with his sheep dog, Ray is an amazing site to behold, and worth the trip by itself.
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Atlantic Drive on Achill Island Westport
We enjoyed strolling along the beach, wandering into town and just enjoying the tranquility of the Island, It was awe inspiring views highly recommend visiting Achill Island.especially
This drive is well worth the trip from Westport to Achill, cross the bridge and you are on the Island - an amazing beach with stunning views...a must when in the West!
Skellig Michael County Kerry
... but always expected, was still worth doing a tour around the islands, seeing them up close and getting some great snaps, the journey out is also special, some amazing views looking back on the mainland.
Brendan to take us right up to the cliff sides on both of the Skellig Islands for great views, and pictures, and to see the sea lions and bird nesting sites up close.
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The Lost Valley Silver Strand
Amidst the astounding nature of his domain (spectacular views all around, ever-changing cloud formations) Gerard demonstrates his extensive knowledge about nature and history of the place, A witty and wise tale of...
This is a fabulous experience; a guided walk in breathtaking scenery, an informative and entertaining host and an insightful view into social history.
Dun Duchathair Inishmore
You must be able to walk over stones, trails, and stone walls to get there, but if you like views of cliffs and ocean along with solitude this is the place.
The road that gets you closest, while it looks smooth and nice on Google Maps satellite view, is full of large rocks that would take out city bikes - there was more than one occasion I almost biffed it even with m...
Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum Dublin
Great few hours seeing around the stadium and listening to the magnificent history -museum is great and the skyline tour tops off a great experience with excellent views of Dublin
Self guided tour around the museum allows plenty of time to take in all of the displays and information while the Sky Tour gives an added cultural experience taking in the beautiful sights of Dublin.
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The Art House Dunfanaghy
For us the selection of local artists is exactly what we are after and we’ve bought some gorgeous prints of local landmarks.
Lovely pieces of local landmarks and views to take home to remember your visit.
Glengowla Mines Oughterard
As a homeschooling family - this is a perfect place for learning, as a person who loves rocks, well the museum offers a wonderful array from the site as well as from around the world and, to see the different samp...
We love the mines and we've seen many amazing sites in Connemara.
Rathcroghan Royal Site & Visitor Centre Tulsk
The significance was brought vividly to life by our local guide, Daniel Curley, whose encyclopedic knowledge combined with his delightful sense of humor and engaging personality brought the history of the site and...
I went on the centre's archaeological tour which provides an exceptionally rich and detailed picture of how these sites fit together and what they can tell us about aspects of Irish society, kingship and mythology...
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Skellig Ring Scenic Drive Portmagee
You will be rewarded with incredible scenery, postcard perfect views and of course it is the road to take to see the Kerry Cliffs - also a must do.
We took several shots of the Isle of Skellig and saw several architectural landmarks and ruins including the stone restaurant, beehive huts, potato famine huts, churches and cemeteries.
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Ringfinnan Garden of Remembrance Kinsale
I would wholly recommend everyone to visit this site .. Fantastic way to remember the heroic firefighters who lost their lives in the 9/11 attack on the twin towers by planting 343 Trees to commerorate their lives...
The spot is beautiful, and the view into Kinsale coming down the hill is breathtaking.
Downpatrick Head Ballycastle
Great information boards some interesting facts imagine someone actually living on that sea stack known as Dun Briste Old church ruins association with St Patrick Great breath taking views in our door step
The Downpatrick Head is an amazing place to visit, where you have a stunning view over the coastline and the Atlantic Ocean - a very picturesque spot!
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Dun Aonghasa Inishmore
We toured this and other island sights with one of the most knowledgeable guides Ive ever had - able to explain the geology, flora and fauna, archeology, history, farming and building techniques of the island - Cy...
Steeped in a fascinating history please visit here.. it's stunning views make the fresh walk so worth while .. bring cameras as you will want to remember every second of this visit
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Dingle Peninsula County Kerry
... October, the festival provides an uplifting feast of local and international gourmet food, haunting and wonderful traditional music, and spectacular walks in the mountains with views of the wild Atlantic Ocean.
... crystal clear streams and rivers, dramatic driving routes, fascinating archeological and historical sites (don't miss a trip to the Blasket Island Musuem to learn about the history and culture of the Islanders...
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Gougane Barra Church Gougane Barra
There are many beautiful sights in Ireland, Gougane Barra in southwest Cork is one of the most memorable.A lovely church in a quiet setting, surrounded by lakes and mountains.
But by parking by the lake you can take a relaxed stroll around the waters edge, view the church and grab an ice cream at the shop.