Cities for Trendsters in Ireland
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- 1Ireland241 reviews
Enjoy a pint with the locals... they are the most friendly people ever!
- 2Ireland7 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.
- 3Ireland3 reviews
Baltimore is an exceptionally pretty seaside town.
- 4Ireland34 reviews
Some traditional Irish pubs, good craic to be had. City itself is quite small, but there are also lots of things to see outside the city too.
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- 5Ireland25 reviews
It is centrally located and is the automatic start & finish point for doing the Ring Of Kerry and The Dingle Peninsula It is an hours drive from Fanningstown House.
- 6Ireland3 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.
- 7Ireland45 reviews
Serene area of Ireland. We noticed the air had a strange, pungent odor that locals did not notice. It was similar at times to burning trash. Very odd.
- 8Ireland18 reviews
One of the most beautiful places in Ireland. The landscape driving from Tralee to Daengle (Dingle) is amazing. How wonderful it must be to live here.
- 9Ireland9 reviews
I passed through Kilkenny on a bike tour and really enjoyed the city while I was there.
- 10Ireland4 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 ...
- 11Ireland9 reviews
- 13Ireland4 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.
- 15Ireland1 review
Encircled by streams, the picturesque village of Cong straddles the border between County Mayo and Galway—a region of lakes and vibrantly green meadows dotted with grazing sheep. Cong counts numerous stone bridges, the ruins of a medieval abbey, the occasional thatched-roof cottage, and Ashford Castle, a grand Victorian estate that has been converted into a romantic luxury hotel.
- 16Ireland1 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 ...
- 17Ireland1 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 ...
- 18Ireland4 reviews
If you're visiting the Dublin area make sure you take a day to go on a tour of the Wicklow Moutain region. It is a gorgeous day trip through the countryside where you are taken out of the city setting and into the beautiful landscapes of Ireland. It is beautiful during any season! You are taken through the grassy hills, ...
- 19Ireland10 reviews
It's quite near from city center. It's very good place for one day working.
- 20Ireland3 reviews
Clonakilty is a wonderful, happy town, with tons of great places to eat and shop.