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    236 reviews

    Dublin is a real student’s city. Not only are there tons of student discounts to be had at museums and attractions, but there are also plenty of budget-friendly entertainment options for a lively vacation. The streets of downtown are often filled with entertainers and musicians putting on shows for donations, but if you’d rather have a seat, there are many ...

  • 2


    9 reviews

    I passed through Kilkenny on a bike tour and really enjoyed the city while I was there.

  • 3


    34 reviews

    Most people come for the proximity to the Blarney Stone, but a city in its own right. Seat of radical politics. Nice vibe, but some of you may decide to give it a miss. Better than Waterford though.

  • 4


    3 reviews

    The town is very small and charming with nice restaurants and coffe shop.

  • 5


    7 reviews

    Great small city/little town in western Ireland near the Northern Irish border. Lots of mesolithic and neolithic archaeological sites nearby.

  • 6


    1 review

    Bray has many attractions to see. Hundreds tourists climb on the top of Bray head. Enjoyable walk in a spectacular view.

  • 7


    18 reviews

    The Dingle Peninsula part of Ireland's south western coast is some of the most beautiful country-side you will find anywhere. It is best seen by car, if you have the opportunity I would highly recommend renting a car and driving along the coastline. One bit of warning, when renting a car in Ireland. Remember they drive on the other side ...

  • 8


    45 reviews

    Such a wonderful friendly atmosphere around Galway. All the visitors and locals are there just to enjoy themselves in a city which benefits from such a magnificent setting. I must go back given the opportunity.

  • 9


    24 reviews

    Killarney is often the starting point for the Ring of Kerry. A great little town with some excellent nightlife. A perfect place to stay if you want a few pints (or more) after the trip around the ring. It also has some good restaurants if you want to take it easy. Also there is free 24hr parking at St. Mary's ...

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  • 10


    3 reviews

    I loved it here. The gorgeous cliffs-- people walk along them, sometimes get blown off, and if lucky, are blown right back ON again! I greatly hope to return with my husband to Ireland and especially Co. Clare one day.

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    8 reviews


  • 12


    4 reviews

    Caisleán na Blarnan is a medieval stronghold in Blarney, near Cork, Ireland, and the River Martin. Though earlier fortifications were built on the same spot, the current keep was built by the MacCarthy dynasty, Kings of Desmond, and dates from 1446. The noted Blarney Stone is found among the machicolations of the castle. The castle is now a partial ruin ...

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    Donegal Town

    6 reviews

    We stopped very briefly in Donegal for afternoon tea and petrol, but I would have liked to stay longer. Stalwart of Irish folk songs. Beautiful coastal city (albeit a small one).

  • 15

    Glendalough Village

    4 reviews

    Founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century. If you like old graveyards, this is a great spot. If you are not on a guided tour, read the history of the place prior to visiting.

  • 16


    10 reviews

    Beautiful and charming fishing village and resort town to the north of Dublin. It is an easy day trip from Dublin, and is a great place to spend a relaxing weekend at a bed and breakfast and enjoy the views of the sea

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    1 review

    One of the places I most love in the entire world, Glandore is definitely my favorite place in Ireland and it's unlike any other town or village I know. Located right on the water in West Cork, this is the friendliest seaside village one could ever hope to find and it never seems to change and is always beautiful, no ...

  • 19


    7 reviews

    Kinsale was a quaint, lovely town famous for making their own delicious beer and having loads of renown chefs serving excellent meals. Will return to enjoy more. Very photogenic streets and friendly pubs.

  • 20


    1 review

    I love Cobh! Beautiful harbour town in County Cork that was originally called Cove (The Cove of Cork). After a visit from Queen Victoria in 1850 it was renamed Queenstown until 1920 when, after the the foundation of the Irish Free State, it was renamed Cove but in the Irish spelling Cobh. As Queenstown Cobh was the last place the ...

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