The Ultimate Travel Guide: IRELAND

Ever heard of the 'Unsinkable Ship' or widely known as the Titanic? The ever popular ship was made in Ireland.

But aside from the significant historical piece, Ireland is just as admirable as it could be because of its natural attractions. There are a lot of places to explore, activities to do and cuisines to relish. To make your Ireland trip more convenient and memorable, check out this ultimate travel guide


Cliffs of Moher

The view on this top-rated tourist spot is breathtaking. The cliffs stand at 390 ft above the Atlantic Ocean, making it a renowned attraction with thousands of visitors every day. The journey to the cliffs start at Sea View House in Doolin and carries on all the way to Liscannor and Hags Head. You may need to endure several hike hours, but the view will all be worth it.


A cultural region on the west coast of Ireland, Connemara is one of the most visited places in the country. Experience a more unique travel trip with the pristine wonders and intricate creations in the region. You can start your day by hitting the road and witness the impressive Maumturk and Twelve Bens mountain ranges. Along the road, you will catch a glimpse of Ballynahinch Castle, which is also a place to stay the night. And the region will not be called a fisherman’s paradise for nothing, so don't forget to go fishing in the waters of Connemara.  

Ring of Kerry

You might be wondering what is Ring of Kerry. It is a circular trail, but it's not just your ordinary loop. It is loaded with striking landscapes, from the lush forests to the inviting waters of the Atlantic. Some of the places you should not miss on Ring of Kerry are Skellig Michael, Muckross House & Gardens, Innisfallen Island, Derrynane Beach and Kenmare.  

Killarney National Park

A great family destination in the country of Ireland, Killarney National Park is a breath of fresh air. The park is full of historical significance being the first ever national park in Ireland. Tourists will truly enjoy the vast fauna and flora life in the place. A wide variety of species tag the park as their habitat. Lakes of Killarney and Torc, Shehy, Mangerton, and Purple Mountains are perfectly located in the area, making it very fitting for all the animals and plants living in the place.  

Blarney Castle

A very impressive structure situated in Blarney, Ireland, Blarney Castle was built around 1200's. The castle has stood the test of time, even if how many times it was sold and destructed over the years.


Complete your Ireland trip by trying the local delicacies of the country. Irish dishes mostly compose of potato, stew, bacon and cabbage. Don't leave Ireland without savoring these delicious treats: Soda bread, Shellfish, Boxty, Coddle, Barmbrack and Colcannon and Champ.


Treat your shopping mania in some of Ireland's top shopping districts like Dundrum Town Centre, Whitewater Shopping Centre and Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. Most of these top places to shop are located in Dublin.