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Castles, Cliffs, and Dazzling CoastDrive the Ring of Kerry for memorable views of mountains and sea, and experience the stony isolation of the Burren, a vast limestone plateau. Brace yourself atop the windy 700-foot Cliffs of Moher, and walk among 60-million-year-old stone columns on Giant’s Causeway. Sleep like a king at a castle hotel, and visit the atmospheric ruins of Blarney Castle. Legend holds that if you plant a pucker on the Blarney Stone, you’ll receive the gift of gab. Let us plan all this and much more.
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Ireland’s capital has enough distractions to keep visitors mesmerised for at least a few days. From world-class museums and entertainment, superb dining and top-grade hotels, Dublin has all the baubles of a major international metropolis. But the real clinchers are Dubliners themselves, who are friendlier, more easy-going and welcoming than the burghers of virtually any other European capital. And it’s the home of Guinness.
One word to describe Galway City? Craic! Ireland’s liveliest city literally hums through the night at music-filled pubs where you can hear three old guys playing spoons and fiddles or a hot, young band. Join the locals as they bounce from place to place, never knowing what fun lies ahead but certain of the possibility. Add in local bounty such as the famous oysters and nearby adventure in the Connemara Peninsula and the Aran Islands and the fun never ends.
History runs deep in Northern Ireland’s second city. The symbols of the country’s sectarian past are evident, from the 17th-century city walls built to protect Protestant settlers, to the bipartite Republican/Loyalist name, Derry/Londonderry. But the new bridge that spans the River Foyle provides another symbol - of an attempt to bridge that divide and to look to the future as a city filled with a restless creative energy, expressed in its powerful murals, vibrant music scene and numerous art galleries, and now nominated as UK City of Culture 2013.