The article briefs the readers about some must visit places in Ireland. Ireland is known for its varying landscape with scenic beauty and acres of wild land and countryside. The article will list the specialty of each destination with the best time to visit it.
Ireland, the land of "saints and scholars," is a land known for its rich literature and noble prize winners. The rich cultural heritage of fascinating history, friendly people, laid-back attitude and scenic landscapes make it a must visit the country for every explorer. Also known as "Emerald Isle" the country's capital Dublin was awarded the UNESCO City of Literature in 2010. Every museum in the city is free for people to walk in. The other activities that can be undertaken in the country are horse riding, sailing, golf.
The trips to Ireland can be made unforgettable by visiting the following places:
- Trinity College, Dublin
The oldest Irish university founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1529 is a beautiful world on the outskirts of the capital Dublin. The university premise is packed with various treasures varying from historical pleasures to scholarly artefacts. Irish shop and office workers can be seen having lunches here in summers to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
The college is most popularly known for Book of Kells which is on permanent exhibition for the people and its Long Room which became the inspiration for the library in Harry Potter and sorceress stone. The University is open for visits on Monday to Saturday during 9:30 am -5 pm.
- Cliffs Of Moher
The beautiful and majestic cliff is the most visited natural tourist attraction of Ireland visited by more than one million people every year from around the world. The mountain range stretches across 8kms along the Atlantic ocean and rises to 214 meters at places. The city of Ireland is synonymous with cliffs and mountain ranges, and this spot fits as a must visit for every nature lover to experience the magnificent marvels of the great Lord.
- Grafton Street Area, Dublin
An unlikely place to find loads of performance artists, buskers and entertainers. The street has become a central area for shopping coupled with entertainment and the best cafes. The pocket-friendly prices of articles help you enjoy shopping without spending a fortune.
You will find friendly people all over the place with the best of advice for you on how to go about exploring the city and country. We advise you to grab a coffee to experience the authentic cafe culture or to better it up to catch a legendary Irish breakfast at the famous Bewley's Oriental Cafe.
- Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is not just a place but a whole route is encompassing the best scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The tourists can start their journey from either Kenmare or Killarney and could complete the whole stretch under three hours, but that's unlikely to happen due to the range of activities and majestic scenes on offer during the journey.
The tourists can take up activities like golf, horse-riding, water sports, cycling, walking, freshwater fishing and deep-sea angling. If in a mood to sit back and relax the tourists can watch the sun-set on one of the numerous magnificent beaches off the coast of Atlantic.