Ireland

The legendarily magical Emerald Isle, with its legendarily charming inhabitants, is one of Europe’s most popular destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Steeped in history and poetry, with a landscape as beautiful as it is wild, Ireland will cast its spell on you. From the jagged peaks, lonely bogs, and black-watered lakes of the Connemara to the quiet glens of County Derry with its medieval walled city and surreal Giant’s Causeway, rugged wilderness contrasts with bucolic charm. From windswept heather to still inlets, the landscape is spotted with historic homes; the old saying, “if you throw a rock in Ireland you’ll hit a castle” is carried out in Norman ruins, renaissance mansions and Victorian follies. Discover the mystic vestiges of a Celtic past at Dun Aengus in the Aran Islands or amongst the dolmens of Brú na Bóinne necropolis. In Dublin, medieval Christ Church Cathedral and 16th century Trinity College rub elbows with buzzing pubs where the whiskey and Guinness flow like water and where the visitor can find that most precious of Irish resources: the Irishman. Gaelic warmth and charm, sparkling humour and strength of character: the locals’ hospitality and joie-de-vivre will enchant you as much as the heartbreakingly beautiful scenery.

Ireland

The legendarily magical Emerald Isle, with its legendarily charming inhabitants, is one of Europe’s most popular destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Steeped in history and poetry, with a landscape as beautiful as it is wild, Ireland will cast its spell on you. From the jagged peaks, lonely bogs, and black-watered lakes of the Connemara to the quiet glens of County Derry with its medieval walled city and surreal Giant’s Causeway, rugged wilderness contrasts with bucolic charm. From windswept heather to still inlets, the landscape is spotted with historic homes; the old saying, “if you throw a rock in Ireland you’ll hit a castle” is carried out in Norman ruins, renaissance mansions and Victorian follies. Discover the mystic vestiges of a Celtic past at Dun Aengus in the Aran Islands or amongst the dolmens of Brú na Bóinne necropolis. In Dublin, medieval Christ Church Cathedral and 16th century Trinity College rub elbows with buzzing pubs where the whiskey and Guinness flow like water and where the visitor can find that most precious of Irish resources: the Irishman. Gaelic warmth and charm, sparkling humour and strength of character: the locals’ hospitality and joie-de-vivre will enchant you as much as the heartbreakingly beautiful scenery.
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