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Kilmainham Gaol Dublin 4.1 km away
#1 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Definitely worth a visit, it gives you an amazing view of Irish history and all the conflicts experienced on this amazing island with amazing people, worth learning the history and seeing firsthand the impact of t...
A fantastic tour of this national site with a great guide (Katie) giving a fascinating glimpse into Irish penal and political history, in particular the events is the 1916 Rebellion.
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Trinity College Dublin Dublin 1.0 km away
#2 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Trinity has a simply stunning campus with a blend of the truly ancient (Book of Kells is on site) and the modern (both architecture and sculptures) and some of the rooms are equally stunning.
Students from all over the world come to study here and it is renowned for the famous Book of Kells which is on view within its walls, There are wonderful gardens where one can picnic and admire the many sculpture...
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The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition Dublin 0.7 km away
#3 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Excellent site to visit has great history leading back to several centuries So much information and so well portrayed Well done with such pride Trinity college with a great history complements the book of Kells ve...
The history of the Book of Kells is fascinating but if you can’t get tickets or the lines are too long you’ll still walk away with an appreciation of this historic site by just visiting the library.
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Temple Bar Dublin 1.3 km away
#4 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Lovely area to stroll, walking distance frim the city centre, lots of main attractions and fabulous eating places/cafes and the river view.
Temple Bar is awesome - definitely good for a walkabout for people-watching and enjoying the sights and sounds of Dublin's social scene.
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The Irish Workhouse Centre Portumna
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Portumna
Hats off once again to Stephen who was just more than a tour guide but a very nice man who does it purely for the love of this historic landmark in his beloved home county Galway.
Thank you very much for allowing me to take photographs and informing me of some very interesting historical content ... This is a definite landmark on the 'Discovering Ireland' bucket list.
Wild Atlantic Way Galway
#1 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Galway
Fabulous experience travelling along the wild Atlantic way Stop offs and romantic breathtaking views Nature and scenery at its finest Breathtaking Atlantic views The Atlantic stretching for miles on miles and the...
Beautiful rugged scenery, breathtaking views and wonderful exhilarating walks... followed up by a fabulous hearty pub lunch.. Well worth taking day or two to explore.
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Joyce Country Sheepdogs Shanafaraghaun
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Shanafaraghaun
If the view in and of itself is stunning - in any weather - and Mr. Joyce puts on an informative and fun demonstration.
All of the demonstrations took place outside and we had plenty of unobstructed views and had the liberty of moving around anywhere while Joe handled his dogs/sheep.
Arigna Mining Experience Roscommon
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Roscommon
... being retired miners makes it all the more realistic- a great day travelling to Arigna as sun shinning and temperatures outside 17 degrees - the views from the top of the mountain are amazing a great picnic spot
Following the hill climb to the top of the mountain, being blown away by the view , had the best home made scones i have ever had, we haved an excellent tour led by Gerry who brought the whole experience to life.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Dublin 0.0 km away
#5 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
A very interesting museum which gives a very balanced view of Ireland's history.. Its ,all presented in a modern and stimulating way with the use of modern technology.
The architecture and site design are very attractive.The location is convenient for tourists.The exhibits are engaging.The presentation of history of emigration and exploration of the philosophy of emigration are...
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Atlantic Drive on Achill Island Westport
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Westport
We enjoyed strolling along the beach, wandering into town and just enjoying the tranquility of the Island, It was awe inspiring views highly recommend visiting Achill Island.especially
Fabulous scenery beautiful views of the wild Atlantic sea spectacular views rugged and unusual coastline very calming experience good for the soul of
Dun Duchathair Inishmore
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Inishmore
The most incredible, barren landscapes on the hike in and incredible views from the cliffs when arriving at the fort .
This was a beautiful “get close to nature” hike with interesting topography and breathtaking views.
14 Henrietta Street Dublin 1.5 km away
#6 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
As a active tour guide in Dublin I have been to most of the tourist sites in the city and 14 Henrietta Street is a must see for anybody interested in the history and social evolution of Dublin.
Must See Historic Site
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Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum Dublin 2.0 km away
#7 of 269 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Great few hours seeing around the stadium and listening to the magnificent history -museum is great and the skyline tour tops off a great experience with excellent views of Dublin
Highly recommend this experience was just amazing to walk on the stadium roof and see all the sights in Dublin and the stadium tour was fascinating.
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Killary Sheep Farm Leenane
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Leenane
The views are incredible, Tom is kind and easy going, amazing to watch Roy and Tom work together- Killary Sheep Farm is a highlight of our family vacation- we loved our time there!
The sheep dog demonstration, with his sheep dog, Ray is an amazing site to behold, and worth the trip by itself.
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Rathcroghan Royal Site & Visitor Centre Tulsk
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Tulsk
Our tour of the site was enhanced by Daniel our guide who gave an excellent guide to the surrounding accessible Rath's and Oweynagat Cave, (sturdy footwear especially in wet weather) his knowledge and passion insp...
The museum provided a wonderful insight into both the archaeological and mythological history associated with this ancient site, which more than rivaled some of the far more famous historical sites such as Tara.
Glengowla Mines Oughterard
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Oughterard
As a homeschooling family - this is a perfect place for learning, as a person who loves rocks, well the museum offers a wonderful array from the site as well as from around the world and, to see the different samp...
We love the mines and we've seen many amazing sites in Connemara.
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Dun Aonghasa Inishmore
#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Inishmore
We toured this and other island sights with one of the most knowledgeable guides Ive ever had - able to explain the geology, flora and fauna, archeology, history, farming and building techniques of the island - Cy...
Steeped in a fascinating history please visit here.. it's stunning views make the fresh walk so worth while .. bring cameras as you will want to remember every second of this visit
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Downpatrick Head Ballycastle
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Ballycastle
Amazing views of sea cliffs, arches, stacks and stumps and of course the caves and blowholes the area is perhaps most famous for.
The Downpatrick Head is an amazing place to visit, where you have a stunning view over the coastline and the Atlantic Ocean - a very picturesque spot!
Knocknarea Sligo
#1 of 59 Sights & Landmarks in Sligo
Knocknarea offers a great hike with spectacular views of the surrounding area once you reach the top and along the route. 2 options, one is an easy hike from the carpark side and the other is a moderate hike from...
However there is a Fantastic Interpretive centre nearby and a chance to visit other ancient dwelling sites dating back to the neolithic era (3000bce) Think Indiana Jones and let your discovery begin!
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Wicklow Mountains National Park Glendalough Village 39.1 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Glendalough Village
What can I say amazing views and beautiful place highly recommend for a stroll or for walking biking great facilities children friendly bring a picnic fun to be had by all
One could hike around the lake or climb the mountain fairly easily or visit St Kevins village buildings and buriel sites.You would need directions (trails are colored coded and hiking boots, water,and walking pole...
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Howth Head Howth 12.2 km away
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Howth
Superb views of rugged coastline & cliffs, a panoramic view of Dublin Bay and Howth Harbour and and lovely views of both: Baily Lighthouse and Howth Harbour Lighthouse.
We spent a fabulous day in Howth village and ventured up the hill of Howth to view the fantastic panoramic views of Howth head with its quaint light house and the beauty of Dublin Bay.We highly recommend a visit
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Belleek Castle Museum Ballina
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ballina
Brian (the on-site guide) took us, and another couple, on a very interesting and informative tour of the castle.
Three of us visited this quirky site in early Oct 2017.
Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre Dalkey 12.3 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Dalkey
Dalkey is a great day with kids, hit the sidewalk book market, the castle and take in a view of the island for an easy and memorable day.
The tour includes a visit to the battlements, where there are great views of Dalkey and its surrounding area and you can clearly see (on a fine day) Howth Head on the far side of Dublin Bay.
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Mullaghmore Coast Mullaghmore
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Mullaghmore
Beautiful, quiet little village set on the waters edge with breathtaking views from the harbour of the fabulous nearby sandy beach, surrounding mountains and sea.
The coastal loop road that runs round the headland beyond the harbour provides delightful sea views before returning to the main road.
Sky Road Clifden
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Clifden
A wonderful walk, easy access, rewarded with stunning views....plenty to see and a new delight around every corner .....about half way, you are rewarded with a house selling home-made ice-cream!
Incredible views abound if the weather is with you the west coast of Ireland and Connamra offer an incredible array of topography with a lot of sites to take in an area well worth your time
Causey Farm Navan 57.0 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Navan
There are some picnic tables about the place where you can eat and they had both a crepe van and a fast food van on site.
We finished off our lovely morning by enjoying a nice cuppa and a scone in the café on site.
Sally Gap Wicklow 23.8 km away
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Wicklow
Highly recommended for visitors to Ireland, Sally's Gap is a short trip from Dublin, the breath taking views are simply stunning!
This is a longtime personal favourite of mine - it's where I go if I want head space - turn up the music and drive through the Sally Gap, any worries you had will melt away with the breathtaking views.
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Glendalough Monastic Settlement Vale of Glendalough 46.0 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Vale of Glendalough
Great morning - we beat the crowds and it was fantastic - walk to the upper lake was nice and what awaited us was pure beauty with nice waterfall, ruins and awe- inspiring views --- monastery ruins were very cool...
Our Cosmos tour group only viewed the Lower Site, which includes the Round Tower, The Cathedral, Priest's House, St. Mary's House a forest of grave slabs, and the remarkable St. Kevin's Church (or Kitchen) with it...
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Trim Castle Trim 42.6 km away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Trim
An excellent tour of the castle is available Amazing views Perfect for photo shoot Really enjoyed our visit Thanks
Fantastic just fantastic a great place to visit great tour excellent value and a view to die for.
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Croagh Patrick County Mayo
#4 of 81 Sights & Landmarks in County Mayo
come here everytime i visit horses are brilliant and so are the instructors 100% would reccomend to come here x being able to ride with the views of the beach and the mountain is truely breathtaking xx
... footwear, bring a light waterproof jacket, carry a backpack with water and snacks for energy when you reach the top and, most importantly, have a good camera to take it the captivating sights from the bay below.
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