Cities for Foodies in Ireland
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- 145 reviews
During your perambulations around the rural west of Ireland, the harbor city of Galway is a perfect place to come in from the cold for a few days and soak...
- 21 review
The town is very small and charming with nice restaurants and coffe shop.
- 3227 reviews
History is all around you so soak it in. Try to get off the beaten path a little and mingle with locals. Great stories are told over a pint. Summer...
- 423 reviews
West of Cork, and near some of the most beautiful coast lines you will find just about anywhere in the world with the Ring of Kerry and Dingl Peninsula
- 534 reviews
Cork is a great town in southern Ireland, but then I tend to think that about all towns in Ireland.
- 67 reviews
Visit the Aran Islands and go back in time. This island just started using electricity in the late 70s and had a total of 800 residents. Take a ferry or...
- 71 review
Very friendly staff who really went out of their way to accommodate a request of mine. Service was outstanding as well. I will definitely return in the future
- 816 reviews
Worth a visit, one of the most beautiful places in Ireland!
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- 98 reviews
A sleepy little town, a couple hours by train outside of Dublin, Kilkenny is probably most well-known for it's Castle and the Smithwicks Abbey brewery. I know I said "sleepy",...
- 104 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...