Tourist Attractions in Ireland


Ireland has a wide range of tourist attractions on offer, from the UNESCO World Heritage sites to over 1,500 castles to see, figuring out what to see on your visit can be a challenge. The information provided below will help you decide what to add on your must see list!


UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Ireland has three listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Brú na Boinne, The Giants Causeway and Skellig Michael island. For more information about these fantastic UNESCO sites tourist attractions.


Skellig Michael Island

Tourist Attractions in Dublin City

If you are planning to visit Dublin in Ireland and you not sure where to start, these list of the top 10 tourist attractions in Dublin City to get you started.

This guide is in two sections to make it easier to read, part 1 covers the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, The National Gallery, National Botanic Gardens and Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Dublins attractions part 2 covers the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, Leprechaun Museum, Trinity College, Croke Park and Dublin Castle.


Guinness Storehouse

Around Shannon Airport

If you are planning to start your trip with landing at Shannon Airport, this airport puts you right in the middle of Irelands busiest County.

There are lots to do in Shannon City starting with a visit to the famous Cliffs of Moher clifftops, it remains visited by over one million guests every year. Not only we recommend visiting Cliffs of Moher, we have created a guide listing the top 10 tourist attractions to do in the area.


Cliffs of Moher

Choosing the right car

Deciding to visit Ireland and renting a car is an easy decision! This article provides information on the various types of cars and categories available to rent.


Hidden Gems - The Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry - 2017 Hidden Gems

The Ring of Kerry is almost 180km circular route around Iveragh Peninsula. The route starts and finishes in Killarney, and visits some of the most beautiful and remote areas in Ireland. For more inforation on some of the hidden gems along the Ring of Kerry, click here.


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