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Ireland’s rolling green hills and medieval castles may get most of the attention, but the country’s rich history and spectacular destinations make for an amazing itinerary no matter what cities you visit.

Dublin is a favorite for its mix of old and new — be sure to visit the Guinness Storehouse. It’s a fun, relaxed way to get a feel of a country that puts its heart and soul into having a great time. Tip one back, make new friends, and take in the view. The panorama from the top floor is breathtaking. Grafton Street is a hub for café culture, street performers, and getting a real taste of Ireland’s spirit. Once you’ve had your fill of the sights and sounds, explore the buzzy area around Trinity College and visit the Killarney National Park and Lakes region, which blends verdant hills and the Emerald Isle’s famed Ross Castle.

The Rock of Cashel, the country’s most popular historic site, is a favorite among the royals and commoners, and features a tower that dates back to the 12th century. Near Cork, you’ll find the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. Come to kiss the rock, stay to explore the area’s gardens, mills, English Market, and annual Gourmet Festival. Going off the beaten path is easy and natural wonders seem to be around every corner. Giant’s Causeway, the Aran Islands, and Galway Bay aren’t just postcard-ready, they’ll earn you bragging rights when they show up on your feed.

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Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse
Market Street Dublin ,
Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction isn't a castle, it's Guinness's seven-story blend of museum exhibits, tasting rooms, and a spectacular bar.

King John's Castle

King John's Castle
Nicholas Street Limerick,
This renovated 13th-century castle takes visitors back in time to the Middle Ages. Walking tours let you explore at your own pace and discover hidden alcoves and secret passages.

Annie Moore Statue

Annie Moore Statue
Westbourne Place Co. Cork Cobh,
A poignant site that pays tribute to the people who left Ireland to find their fortunes, the Annie Moore statute is a testament to the human spirit.

Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol
Inchicore Road Dublin,
This jail turned museum draws visitors from all around the world. Guided tours are a must for history buffs.

Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin
Grafton St. College Green Dublin,
Founded in 1592, this beautiful campus begs to be explored. Don't miss the Old Library and the Book of Kells. Book a student-led tour for €14.

Dublin Heuston

Dublin Airport

Cronins Restaurant

Cronins Restaurant
9 College Street Co. Kerry Killarney,
Traditional Irish fare gets an upgrade at Cronins Restaurant. Lamb, duck, and salmon are customer favorites. The cozy setting is perfect for relaxing or romance.

Market Lane

Market Lane
5/6 Oliver Plunkett Street Cork,
An award-​winning restaurant and bar, casual Market Lane sources the best from local artisans and offers up fish, sal­ads, meat, game and sand­wiches.

Bloom Brasserie

Bloom Brasserie
11 Baggot Street Upper Dublin,
This intimate restaurant is a local favorite thanks to its expansive menu, creative cocktails, and friendly staff. Mussels, shredded duck, and live music draw a hip crowd.

Mulberry Garden

Mulberry Garden
Mulberry Lane Co. Dublin Donnybrook,
Enjoy traditional Irish cuisine in a chic, modern setting, complete with a Michelin star. Menus change with the season, taking advantage of local flavor and ingredients.

Dax Restaurant

Dax Restaurant
23 Pembroke Street Upper Dublin ,
An elegant fine-dining destination, Dax Restaurant blends French tradition with the best of local produce. The set menu is a favorite.

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Dylan Dublin

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Landmarks

Guinness Storehouse
Market Street Dublin ,
Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction isn't a castle, it's Guinness's seven-story blend of museum exhibits, tasting rooms, and a spectacular bar.
King John's Castle
Nicholas Street Limerick,
This renovated 13th-century castle takes visitors back in time to the Middle Ages. Walking tours let you explore at your own pace and discover hidden alcoves and secret passages.
Annie Moore Statue
Westbourne Place Co. Cork Cobh,
A poignant site that pays tribute to the people who left Ireland to find their fortunes, the Annie Moore statute is a testament to the human spirit.
Kilmainham Gaol
Inchicore Road Dublin,
This jail turned museum draws visitors from all around the world. Guided tours are a must for history buffs.
Trinity College Dublin
Grafton St. College Green Dublin,
Founded in 1592, this beautiful campus begs to be explored. Don't miss the Old Library and the Book of Kells. Book a student-led tour for €14.

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Restaurants

Cronins Restaurant
9 College Street Co. Kerry Killarney,
Traditional Irish fare gets an upgrade at Cronins Restaurant. Lamb, duck, and salmon are customer favorites. The cozy setting is perfect for relaxing or romance.
Market Lane
5/6 Oliver Plunkett Street Cork,
An award-​winning restaurant and bar, casual Market Lane sources the best from local artisans and offers up fish, sal­ads, meat, game and sand­wiches.
Bloom Brasserie
11 Baggot Street Upper Dublin,
This intimate restaurant is a local favorite thanks to its expansive menu, creative cocktails, and friendly staff. Mussels, shredded duck, and live music draw a hip crowd.
Mulberry Garden
Mulberry Lane Co. Dublin Donnybrook,
Enjoy traditional Irish cuisine in a chic, modern setting, complete with a Michelin star. Menus change with the season, taking advantage of local flavor and ingredients.
Dax Restaurant
23 Pembroke Street Upper Dublin ,
An elegant fine-dining destination, Dax Restaurant blends French tradition with the best of local produce. The set menu is a favorite.

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Travel Tips

How do I see the Blarney Stone?

The legendary stone, which is said to grant anyone who kisses it good luck, is at Blarney Castle, located 5 mi / 8 km northwest from Cork. Trains leave for Cork on a regular basis and a car ride from Dublin is about three hours long.

How can I skip the line at the Guinness Storehouse?

Plan ahead and purchase a Skip the Line ticket online. This way, there's no delay to see the seven-story tall Guinness pint glass or the panoramic views at the Gravity Bar. Of course, you'll still have access to the entire experience, including the samples and the pouring lessons.

When's the best time to visit Ireland?

Ireland has varied climate that lends itself to various experiences. Rain occurs regularly, but the most popular months for visiting are March to May and September to November. The winter can be cold, but has its own draw, such as holiday markets.

Which airports service Ireland?

Dublin Airport is the country's main hub, but there are additional airports that are also popular with travelers coming from Europe, including Belfast International Airport and Cork Airport.

What's the best way to get around Ireland?

There's a vast network of trains in Ireland overseen by the Irish Rail. Schedules are posted online and run from major cities. Driving is a great way to see the rolling hills, too, though cars drive on the left-hand side of the street. Be prepared to adjust if it's not something you're used to.

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