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Clonmacnoise

While Ireland’s weather is famously cool, it isn’t the temperature that will give you chills when visiting Clonmacnoise. Rather, it’s the 1,500 years of ...  Read more

Cobh

4.5 star rating: Recommended 28 Reviews

Where the River Lee flows out of Cork and into the Atlantic Sea, Cobh sits wrapped in the protective arms of its Cork Harbor surroundings. This picturesque ...  Read more

Cobh Heritage Centre

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

The Cobh Heritage Centre tells the stories of Irish heritage and emigration to the United States. Between 1848 and 1950 more than 6 million people emigrated ...  Read more

Cong

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

Set between the lakes of Lough Corrib and Lough Mask, the idyllic village of Cong is known for its pretty, thatched-roof cottages and its starring role in the ...  Read more

Connemara

4.5 star rating: Recommended 185 Reviews

One may not truly understand the awesome power of Mother Nature’s beauty until you have visited Connemara. With a countryside that will knock your socks off ...  Read more

Connor Pass

Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland at 1,345 feet above sea level. It is on the Dingle Peninsula in southwestern Ireland, and it is located ...  Read more

Cork

4.5 star rating: Recommended 291 Reviews

Perhaps the most important thing to understand about Cork is that it’s not another Dublin. As the second largest city in Ireland, Cork and its residents have ...  Read more

Cromwell's Bridge

No one knows quite how Cromwell’s Bridge in Kenmare got its name, but it likely wasn’t named after Oliver Cromwell. One popular theory about the stone bridge ...  Read more

Crown Liquor Saloon

It's like a museum - where you can drink stout. This 1826 fantasy beguiles the eye with every glance. Look up - there's a pressed ceiling. There to your left? ...  Read more

Crumlin Road Jail

Crumlin Road features two imposing structures of Belfast’s criminal justice system, the Crumlin Road Gaol (Jail) and Courthouse. The jail opened in 1845 and ...  Read more

Cushendun

Cushendun, derived from the Irish for “Foot of the Dun” for its position at the mouth of the River Dun, has long been a safe harbor for travelers between ...  Read more

Custom House

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Built in the 18th century on the north bank of the River Liffey, Custom House is one of the grandest neoclassical buildings in Dublin. Designed as part of a ...  Read more

Customs House

Belfast’s customs house was the city’s first neoclassical building, built in 1856 in the High Italian Renaissance, or “Palazzo” style. It is generally ...  Read more

Dalkey Castle

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Just outside of Dublin, Dalkey Castle entertains and informs with live actors from the Deilg Inis Theatre Company who reenact typical scenes from what life ...  Read more

Dark Hedges

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Fifty miles northwest of Belfast, off the Antrim Coastal Road, you will find one of the most unique and most photographed attractions in Northern Ireland: a ...  Read more

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