Ireland is full of castles, fortresses and ancient cathedrals, a variety of landscapes and the charm of picturesque villages. Everywhere in Ireland, tourists have the feeling that they have made a unique journey into the past, where everything is at the mercy of nature, not technological progress.
The main attraction of Ireland is the picturesque nature with fjords, bays and coves. The mild climate makes it possible to see an amazing combination of northern and southern types of vegetation.
Getting to know Ireland usually begins with its capital, Dublin. This city is the center of historical attractions, including Dublin Castle, Trinity College, Irish State Gallery. The area around Temple Bar is a maze of streets lined with pubs, bars, restaurants and a variety of shops.
A picturesque area with a large selection of places for recreation, entertainment and shopping is Limerick, the administrative center of the county of the same name. The nature here amazes with the steep coast of the Atlantic Ocean and endless emerald hills.
On the south coast is Cork, which can be visited in order to see the University of Cork, built in 1845. The university campus is able to impress with its size and architecture.
On the border of one of Ireland's national parks, Killarney is a charming Irish town. There are many attractions here, and you can explore them on foot, by bicycle, on horseback, or even in a carriage drawn by handsome heavy trucks.
In the southeastern part of Ireland, you can visit the city of Waterdorf. It has a medieval atmosphere with ancient city walls, Norman Reginald Tower and narrow paths.
The West Coast of Ireland is the epitome of what nature's fantasy is capable of: picturesque bays, islands, beaches and bays. A very beautiful place - the Barren area in County Clare - is filled with underground caves, chasms, cracks and springs, tens of miles of karst cavities and polished limestone. It seems that the entire area is literally pitted by unknown creatures.
Hikers will love the Irish Hills, where they can see lakes, rivers, breathtaking coastal views and a sky that changes every minute.
Sports fans will not be left out, because in Ireland you can surf, play golf, go in for recreational or sport fishing, sailing or equestrian sports.