Ireland sometimes gets an image of being all shamrocks. Leprechauns and Guinness. But the emerald isle is much more than that, and it boasts a rich heritage, culture and cuisine. To illustrate our point, here are 50 facts about Ireland.
Ireland The Dingle Peninsula County Kerry’s Dingle Peninsula is awash with postcard-worthy vistas of sandy surf beaches and Caribbean-blue stretches of ocean. Its 'capital', the charming fishing village of Dingle
Giant's Causeway is an area of about interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Located in Northern Ireland, the tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea.
Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork Ireland is filled with an overwhelming number of ancient sites. This stone circle is near Ross Carbery, County Cork. Ireland is filled with an overwhelming number of ancient.
Travel Ireland Serafini Amelia Dublin is one of the most famous Irish cities, and rightly so! Form traditional music at the Cobblestone to the classic Guinness Brewery at St. James' Gate there's a wealth of things to do. Find out some more of them here
Colorful hostel in Killarney, Ireland (by philhaber) I absolutely love this place.) who runs the place is the best host I think I've ever come across. This is a must stay if you go to Ireland as far as I am concerned.
TRAVEL TO IRELAND 32 Counties of Ireland. Home to craggy cliffs and windswept valleys, to ancient castles and modern cities and roads that unfurl like ribbons, Ireland is uncommonly rich with both natural wonders and manmade attractions.