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Audio Tours

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Self guided audio tours are a very affordable way to become engrossed in the history and culture of Ireland. Grab a guide, put it on your personal music player, and you're ready to explore.

Bike Tours

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Enjoy Ireland's beautiful, rugged landscape by bicycle. Pedal your way from town to town, over mountains and along coastal roads on a guided or self-guided bike tour.

Boat Tours

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Explore Ireland's lakes, rivers and bays by boat. What better way to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the waterways of Ireland.

Brewery/Distillery Tours

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Many visitors visit Ireland to experience for themselves some of the fine beer and whiskey making techniques that have made many Irish beverages famous around the world. Come and explore for yourself...

Castle Tours

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Ireland has literally hundreds of castles, and castle ruins, waiting for you to visit. A trip to Ireland would not be complete without spending some time enjoying these medieval structures.

Co. Antrim

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Co. Antrim in Northern Ireland is famous for it's spectacular coastal views. A drive along the Antrim coast will see you take in The Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and the world famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

Co. Clare

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County Clare, in the West of Ireland, is home to the stunning Cliffs of Moher. Here, you will also find the Burren, a karst-landscape region, renowned for its remarkable collection of plants and animals.

Co. Cork

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County Cork in the south plays host to the world famous Blarney Castle and Blarney Stone. This, the largest county in Ireland, boasts numerous other must-sees for visitors, including many beautiful west Cork coastal towns, a wildlife park and a lively city center.

Co. Donegal

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Sandy beaches, beautiful scenery, historic monuments and more. Ireland's most northerly county, Donegal, has it all.

Co. Down

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Top attractions in Northern Ireland's County Down include, Dundrum Castle, Kilbroney Park, Tollymore Forest Park and the Ulster Folk and Transportation Museum. But of course, there is so much more...

Co. Dublin

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Dublin, Ireland's capital and it's largest city, is a hotspot for tourists. You'll never be short of something to do with attractions such as Temple Bar, Christchurch Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and Dublin Zoo drawing huge numbers annually.

Co. Galway

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Often referred to as an 'artsy' town, Galway city center is sure to please. Be sure to find yourself in some of the Irish speaking (Gaeltacht) areas of this beautiful, west of Ireland, county. You will find yourself immersed in Irish customs of old. Top attraction: Aran Islands.

Co. Kerry

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The Ring of Kerry, Dingle, the Lakes of Killarney, Ross Castle, Muckross House! Yes! All this, and so much more, is what County Kerry has to offer it's visitors. You will want to return again and again.

Co. Limerick

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Limerick, on the banks of the River Shannon, is Ireland's fourth most populous city. Not to be confused as the home of Shannon airport, although this major transport hub is only 20km away, Limerick is home to tourist attractions such as King John's Castle, the 11th century St. Mary's Cathedral and the Neolithic area of Lough Gur.

Co. Mayo

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In the northwest of Ireland you will find beautiful Co. Mayo. Famous for its amazing sea cliffs, scenic rural landscape, and for its megalithic monuments, Mayo will be sure to please.

Co. Meath

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An absolute must for any archaeological or neolithic enthusiast, Co. Meath is where you will find The Hill of Tara, Trim Castle (Ireland's largest Norman castle) and the Brú na Bóinne Unesco World Heritage Site. It is also where you will find the town of Kells, which was the home of the world famous Book of Kells for much of the medieval period.

Co. Roscommon

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Roscommon, in the west of Ireland, is home to Rathcroghan which was the seat of the High Kings of Ireland. Known for it's beautiful lakelands, culture and heritage gems, it is easy to fall in love with Roscommon.

Co. Sligo

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Beautiful County Sligo, in Ireland's northwest, is a prime location for tourists and travelers looking to experience beautiful landscape and amazing coastal scenery.

Co. Tipperary

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Co. Tipperary is truly blessed with a beautiful landscape - the Galtee Mountains, the River Suir and Lough Derg can all be found in this area of north Munster, while you can also enjoy castles such as Ardfinnan, Cahir and the Rock of Cashel during your stay here.

Co. Tyrone

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County Tyrone is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland in the province of Ulster. It is in fact the largest of these 6 counties, and home to a host of beautiful landmarks including the Sperrin Mountains and Lough Neagh.

Co. Waterford

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Famed for it's crystal, and often referred to as Ireland's sunny southeast, Waterford is a beautiful part of Ireland to spend some of your vacation enjoying.

Co. Wicklow

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Popular with hill-walkers, equestrian lovers and Anglers, County Wicklow to the south of Dublin, has a little something for everyone.

Fishing Tours

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Ireland is a popular destination with tourists looking to do a spot of fishing. Whether river, lake or ocean fishing is your thing, you will have plenty of options all over the island of Ireland.

Guided Tours

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride! Guided tour operators strive to make your holiday in Ireland a time to remember. They want to show you the very best the country has to offer, and they will do it with a smile.

Horse Riding

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Rest your legs and let one of Ireland's finest horses take you on a scenic tour of the Irish countryside. A unique, enjoyable and fun way to experience the country.

Hotels/Accommodation

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You'll want somewhere comfortable to call home while you're touring Ireland. These accommodation options may be what you're looking for.

Museums/Heritage Centres

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There are literally hundreds of museums and heritage centres around Ireland, celebrating all aspects of Irish life. You are sure to find one that matches your interests.

N. Ireland

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Northern Ireland encompasses the six counties of Fermanagh, Antrim, Tyrone, Derry, Armagh and Down. Visitors to the North will be treated to an astonishing array of historical, scenic, political and cultural attractions. Don't miss your opportunity to explore all it has to offer.

Neolithic Tours

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Dolmens, Passage Tombs, Ring Forts, Portal Tombs and more. Ireland has a wealth of these pre-Christian times, neolithic monuments for you to enjoy.

Pub Tours

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What better way to sample Ireland than by taking a Irish pub tour! The pub scene has been part of Irish culture for many, many generations. Catch a lively 'trad' session, or sit down and take in the wit and charm of the locals in one of Ireland's old rural pubs.

Pubs & Restaurants

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The pub scene in Ireland is part and parcel of Irish life. From trendy city centre bars, to old rural establishments, the Irish pub is famous the world over. A visit to Ireland will not be complete without spending a few nights out at "the local".

Retreats

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Unwind in the peace and tranquility of an Irish retreat. Treat yourself to a spa treatment, relax by a pool or get that much needed massage.

Self Drive/Guided Tours

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Hop in the car and take off at your own pace. Enjoy Ireland the way it suits you, while getting a little help from your friendly tour operator to get you started.

Traditional Music Sessions

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Pencil in at least one night out at a traditional Irish music session while in Ireland, and experience live music in a way that has been part of Irish culture for centuries.

Walking Tours

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Grab your camera, get your very best walking shoes on, and take to the streets and trails of Ireland. Walking Tours are a great way to see the country. Whether you are taking a self-guided tour, an audio tour or you have a friendly Irish guide by your side, you're sure to see a lot with this type of tour.

Websites/Apps

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Do most of your research from the comfort of your own home before you take your trip to Ireland. These websites and mobile applications will help you plan the perfect vacation.

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