Visit Ireland- 58 Reasons to Start Planning Your Trip

Do you really need 58 reasons to visit The Emerald Isle?  If you’re on the fence about going to Ireland, some of these may push you over the fence…… into the arms of a soft landing in a country that will become dear to your heart.

Can you picture yourself experiencing any of these?


Walking grounds of a caslte

  1. Castles
  2. See & Sample at the Guinness Storehouse
  3. Fresh flavorful food
  4. Take in the rugged cliffs & coastlines
  5. Killarney
  6. Golf courses
  7. Fairies & leprechauns
  8. Root out your family ancestry
  9. River ShannonKillarney
  10. Cliffs of Moher
  11. Blarney Stone
  12. Culture
  13. History
  14. Breathtaking hills
  15. The people
  16. Warm welcoming
  17. Museums
  18. Book of Kells
  19. Trinity College (founded in 1592)
  20. Seafood (Yeah, I did already mention food, but their seafood deserves its own listing!)
  21. Pub Life
  22. Game of Thrones
  23. Galway
  24. Festivals
  25. Ring of Kerry
  26. Irish National Stud
  27. Ballintubber Abbey
  28. Blarney Stone
  29. Quint villages
  30. Traditional Irish music
  31. Celtic music
  32. Modern Irish music
  33. Donegal
  34. Many shades of green
  35. Dingle Bay
  36. Photography
  37. Mountains
  38. Kinsale
  39. Waterford FactoryHorse and cart ride
  40. Achill Island
  41. Tea & scones
  42. St. Patrick
  43. Irish Whiskey distilleries
  44. Sligo
  45. Midieval Banquet
  46. Connemara Marble Factory
  47. Titanic Belfast
  48. Farms
  49. DerryTwo men and a woman talking at a picnic table
  50. Ferry rides
  51. Belleek Factory
  52. Bono
  53. Blarney Woollen Mills
  54. Belfast
  55. Irish textiles
  56. Cottages
  57. Irish coffee… made in Ireland
  58. Jaunting cart ride

Irish musicians

It would be easy to keep going because of all there is to see and do in Ireland.  Having the privilege of helping people of all ages and with a variety of  interests to plan their trips, the reasons seem endless.

I best like what Ann said after her trip.  “I went for the sights.  But I experienced a week of vivid scenery, vivid tastes, vivid music, a rich history, entertaining stories and people so warm that I felt like I went home.  Some day, I want to ‘go home’ again.” 

Happy traveling!

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