Whether you are visiting Ireland for the first time or revisiting this island for yet another exuberant trip; you will always feel welcomed. There is a lot to capture in your memory from castles to herding dogs, from eerie stones to kayaking and boat men who will narrate to you the magnificent historical stories.
Ireland, also known as Little Britain is an abode of beauty, grandeur and tradition. The Irish footpaths are extremely beautiful and amazing. The walk around the area is deemed to show you their classic villages, calm valleys and seashores.
For a modern experience, the island has magnificent local pubs, estates and golf clubs to keep you busy. The days in Ireland often end with fantastic events for the whole family in their lodgings and cloud peeking rainbows on the outside. You will surely enjoy this trip!
Once stepped on this island, you and your family will have a plethora of fabulous and magnificent places that you can visit to. Some of the places worth seeing on this trip include- Dublin, the Rock of Cashel, Muckross House, Killarney National Park, Blarney Stone and the Cliffs of Moher.
When you reach Dublin, visit the famous Guinness Storehouse and treat yourself with the world famous Guinness brewery. Do stopover at the Trinity College Library and get the privilege of viewing the illuminated manuscript Gospel book written in Latin, The Book of Kells. It contains the 4 Gospels of the New Testament together with various prefatory texts and tables. You will definitely love the experience of witnessing this book that surpasses other Gospel books in extravagance and complexity.
The Rock of Cashel, a mountain 20 miles north of Cashel was the traditional seat of the Kings of Munster for several hundred years prior to the Norman invasion. This picturesque complex has a character of its own and is one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art and medieval architecture to be found anywhere in Europe.
The architecture is very creative and it would amaze you out of your shoes. The Celtic stone work is astounding and it will give you an insight of what the olden days were like.
For the nature lovers, a bike ride through Killarney National Park would be an awesome view for the entire family. The park is of high ecological value because of the quality, diversity and extensiveness of many of its habitats and the wide variety of species, some known and some rare. You may click beautiful photographs of the scenic beauty to remind you of the memories you have had in Ireland. You can also choose to take a horse ride all the way to the Muckross house for a clandestinely guided trip.
Coming all the way to Ireland and not visiting The Cliffs of Moher is like a trip gone waste. The cliffs rise up to a maximum height of 702 ft. above the Atlantic Ocean.
Besides the natural attractions, Ireland, no matter what time of the year, will always have a festival bound to interest you. The Dublin Theatre Fest, the Galway Art Fest or the Kilkenny Cat Laughs will entice you and your family to explore the arty side of Ireland.
Living a day’s life in a King’s castle or navigating the river Shannon; trailing along the road of the Burren or travelling with the sunlight along the Passage Grave of Newgrange; playing Golf in one of the top 100 golf clubs in the world or exploring the Irish character in the town of Dingle, you will marvel at everything that Ireland has to offer to you.