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Top 10 Visitor Attractions in Ireland

Ireland is renowned all over the world for being a treasure trove of breath-taking tourist attractions.  With its stunning landscapes and natural beauty, along with an abundance of cultural and historical sites, the Emerald Isle is home to some of the world’s most spectacular locations.  With this in mind, it is no surprise that Ireland welcomes millions of visitors each year.  Here is the list of the top tourist attractions in Ireland…

1. Cliffs of Moher – These impressive sea cliffs, are situated in County Clare along the Wild Atlantic Way and are one of Ireland’s most treasured coastal features.

2. Guinness Storehouse – This iconic building in County Dublin has been home to the production of Guinness for over 250 years.

3. Waterford Greenway – A beautiful walking and cycling trail in County Waterford, located against the backdrop of stunning beaches, rivers, and mountains. 

4. Kilkenny Castle – This 12th century castle in County Kilkenny is one of Ireland’s many historical jewels.

5. Kilmainham Gaol – Situated in County Dublin, this former prison provides a fascinating insight into Ireland’s history and culture.

Top 10 Visitor Attractions in Ireland

6. Birr Castle – Located on 120 acres of scenic parklands and beautiful gardens.

7. Titanic Belfast – This museum in County Antrim tells the story of the world-famous RMS Titanic, which was built in Belfast between 1907-1912.

8. Emerald Park –This is a theme park and zoo, based in County Meath, which provides a great day of fun for all the family.

9. Newgrange – Located in County Meath along the River Boyne, this 5,200-year-old passage tomb was built by Stone Age farmers.

10. Bunratty Castle – Built in 1425, this tower-house in County Clare showcases beautiful tapestries and artwork from the 15th and 16th century.

Top 10 Visitor Attractions in Ireland

B&B Ireland has a wealth of quality-assured B&B homes located close to all these attractions, which act as the perfect base for exploring each location.  With welcoming hosts, comfortable bedrooms and delicious breakfasts, B&B homes are the perfect choice of accommodation when travelling around Ireland.  With a range of local knowledge, your B&B hosts can also help you plan your itinerary to ensure you see all the amazing places that Ireland has to offer.  So why not book your B&B accommodation stay today and see how many of these tourist attractions you can tick off your bucket list!

Posted: 07 Jun 2023 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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