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Ireland Attractions

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Aghadoe Church and Round Tower

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Here on Aghadoe Hill stand the ruins of the 12th century Aghadoe Church and Round Tower. There was a monastery on the site since the 7th century, however, ...  Read more

Albert Memorial Clock Tower

4.5 star rating: Recommended 70 Reviews

The Albert Memorial Clock Tower is yet another symbol of the love Queen Victoria bore her consort. At 30 metres (100 feet) tall, and with a statue of Albert ...  Read more

Antrim Coastal Drive

Running along Northern Ireland's coast, the Antrim Coastal Drive goes past all the major coastal attractions in the country, and, if you continue to follow ...  Read more

Aran Islands

Renowned for their stark beauty and enduring Irish traditions, the enigmatic Aran Islands have long drawn fascination from their mainland neighbors, inspiring ...  Read more

Aviva Stadium

Dublin residents are passionate about sport, and the Aviva stadium is the pulsing epicenter of Rugby Union and football (soccer). This 51,700-person stadium ...  Read more

Avoca

4.5 star rating: Recommended 25 Reviews

Even though it’s only an hour from Dublin, Avoca is a town where visitors feel like they’ve traveled back 400 years. Much of that feeling can be attributed to ...  Read more

Ballintoy Harbour

The village of Ballintoy was featured as the fictional town of Lordsport in the second season of the  Game of Thrones  television series. The area around ...  Read more

Ballycastle

This tiny town in Northern Ireland’s County Antrim is on the far end of the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As a result, it’s home ...  Read more

Belfast Botanic Gardens & Palm House

4.5 star rating: Recommended 70 Reviews

Wet and cold? Spend an afternoon in Belfast Botanical Gardens and be transported to a friendlier climate. Established in 1828, the Gardens are probably most ...  Read more

Belfast Castle

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

Belfast Castle sits high above the city on Cave Hill, looking the very picture of baronial splendor (it's built in the Scottish Baronial style, like the ...  Read more

Belfast City Hall

Belfast City Hall was built to commemorate the event of Belfast becoming a city, having been granted the status in 1888 by Queen Victoria in recognition of ...  Read more

Belfast Cruise Port

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 29 Reviews

Belfast’s mix of a turbulent political past, maritime history and modern-day urban regeneration make it one of Europe’s most interesting cities to visit now. ...  Read more

Belfast Grand Opera House

The Belfast Grand Opera House is a survivor. It opened in 1895 and has weathered decline in musical theater audiences, the threat of demolition, and blast ...  Read more

Belfast Peace Wall

Dating back to 1969, the Belfast Peace Walls, or Peace Lines, are a series of barriers that were put up between Irish Nationalist and Unionist neighborhoods ...  Read more

Blarney Castle

4.5 star rating: Recommended 316 Reviews

Visitors to Blarney Castle most often are actually visitors to the Stone of Eloquence, better known as the Blarney Stone. As its name implies, the legend ...  Read more

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