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What to See
The Aran Islands
Experience of a lifetime on the three islands – Inishmore, Inishmaan, and Inisheer in the Aran Islands.
The first stop for many a visit to Ireland, the Capital’s history, culture and attractions make it a must see – Dublin.
The “Rebel City” is steeped in tradition and rich in character. Explore Festivals, Markets and Castles in Cork.
From the rugged cliffs of the Dingle Peninsula to the tranquil lakes of Killarney National Park, see Kerry.
Dating back to the 12th century, Galway city’s narrow, winding streets and historic buildings reflect its long and fascinating past. Landmarks include Galway Cathedral, Lynch’s Castle, the Spanish Arch, or Kylemore Abbey (pictured here) in County Galway.
A lesser well known yet remarkable destination off the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry: Valentia Island.
The Boyne Valley
Home to several world-renowned historic sites, including the Hill of Tara and Newgrange, which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Newgrange(pictured here), one of the most impressive passage tombs in the world, was built over 5,000 years ago: The Boyne Valley.
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