Planning a trip to Ireland..
Its easy to understand that your head could be spinning with all the questions:
- How long to go?
- Where to go, and for how long?
- Hw do you mak ethe best us eof your time?
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The North Of Ireland has had a very turbulent history. A history that one can reach out and touched. In many ways, Northern Ireland offers a slightly different experience, but don't mistake this for thinking that the North is inferior in any way. the age of Invaders brought with them many different cultures from the North, England and France, they have all left their mark in these lands.
This region is often approached from the west, and the wild coastline of Donegal, on up through Derry and the the Green Glens of Antrim (voted on of the worlds greatest drives) and back down to Belfast. It is a truly breathtaking stretch of coastline with sheer cliffs, miles and miles of unspoiled beaches, all backed by the rolling mountain ranges and countless tranquil lakes and streams, you could easy spend you entire vacation exploring this region.
It can be tough to include the North into Itineraries at times, but depending on your personal preferences it should definitely be part of your visit to Ireland, if not the first time to Ireland, definitely the second.
- Surf in Easkey or Bundoran
- Slieve League Cliffs
- Coastal Causeway Route
- Historic Derry
- Mourne Mountains
- Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge
- West Belfast
The diversity of landscape in the West of Ireland ranges from; lush green fields, to a sparse lunar-like terrain, from rolling hills around pristine lakes to a stunning coastline with thousands of bays, inlets and islands. This region of Ireland has inspired many great artists over the centuries. You will frequently reminded where WB Yeats got his inspiration.
The coastline from Sligo to Clare holds some of the greatest sights this country has to offer. For the active or adventurous amongst you, this region as a huge amount to offer, both off shore and on dry land.
Galway city would be the principle city in this region and those that visit are never disappointed. The West of Ireland is a place where beauty and tradition mingle, where Historic landmarks appear around every corner, and where the old and the new come together to offer an unrivaled experience. This region of Ireland has its own unique story to tell.
Other principle towns in the area include Sligo, Westport, Doolin and Ennis.
No Itinerary to Ireland is complete without a tour into the west of Ireland.
- Traditional music
- Cliffs of Moher
- Aran Islands
- Achill Island