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A soulful country with a big reputation, Ireland is immersed in unrivalled landscapes, cultural expression and fascinating, friendly people. From the mountains of Mourne and the lakelands of Roscommon, Ireland is a true stunner.  
Birthplace to Titanic and gateway to Northern Ireland, Belfast is one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Boasting lush gardens, Victorian houses, a Cathedral quarter and a bustling pub culture, Belfast is worthy of a visit. However it’s the capital that truly provides an unparalleled Irish experience. 
Dublin’s mix of heritage and heart will not disappoint. Oozing with charm and charisma, there is so much more to Dublin than Guinness. Promising all of the thrills of a buzzing city combined with medieval beauty and layers of culture, it’s clear to see why Dublin remains a firm favourite for travellers. Steeped in history, Dublin remains unspoiled and true to its roots, with traditional builds and majestic landmarks on every corner.  
There is a seamless blend of old and new as luxurious, contemporary hotels are nestled amidst greenery, rivers and majestic castles. Whichever hotel you choose you are guaranteed scenic views as this city is one of the most magical you will have ever seen.   
Boasting an array of glamourous resorts perfectly positioned close to many of the main attractions, getting out to explore will be easy! Chic hotels are complete with top-notch spas, multiple dining experiences, lavish accommodation and swanky bars, ensuring a blissful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city
With Georgian, cultural and medieval quarters, there is so much to do and see in Dublin making it a destination for the whole family. For a dose of culture explore the museums, churches and art galleries. Take the little ones to Dublin Zoo or AquaZone before enjoy in a bit of retail therapy in the fashionable stores, hip boutiques and vibrant markets. Visit the iconic Guinness Storehouse or indulge in some whiskey tasting. By night, watch a show at one of the fantastic theatre houses before setting your sights on Temple Bar area, teeming with bars, restaurants and music venues. 
With brightly painted pubs heaved with live music and eateries offering front-row seats for seeing buskers and street theatres, there’s no doubt you will fall in love with Galway’s infectious energy. The arty, bohemian city is cool and contemporary yet steeped in history. A trip here won’t be complete without a visit to the picture-perfect harbour.  
Wander through colourful streets and let your sense of smell guide you. The Irish take great pride in serving up the finest of foods, so eating out will be a real treat. Locally sourced ingredients, an explosion of flavours and the very freshest of produce is to be expected. With an emphasis on hearty Irish grub, international cuisine is also on the menu. Captivating whiskey bars, atmospheric pubs, brasseries, vintage cocktails bars and al fresco fine dining will keep your taste buds tantalised! 
Food and drink is at the heart of this charismatic country. Be sure to explore the cobbled streets and check out some of the classic traditional eateries to really get a slice of Ireland. The diverse city is certainly electric. Go by your mood and choose from a rooftop cocktail bar, vivacious club or bustling pub.  

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  • Time difference: UTC +0
  • Capital: Dublin
  • Currency: EUR
  • Must See: Dublin Castle

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After Dark Destinations 
  • The Market Hotel’s Rooftop and Terrace Bar is a late night must. Famed for its it’s stunning cityscape views, drink here in style while lapping up panoramic vistas of Dublin. The buzz of the urban city life is enhanced in the swanky social venue. Mingle with fellow travellers and allow the mixologists to make you an innovative cocktail or two with precision and care. Enjoy intimate indoor or outdoor areas that seamlessly blend into each other offering chic décor and sumptuous settees. Chat amongst friends as you relish the sophisticated atmosphere and admire the night’s sky.  
  • The party hub of Dublin’s city centre, Temple Bar area is renowned for its electric nightlife. Trendy eateries, lively pubs and buzzing night clubs surround the cobbled streets. For a classic Irish pub feel go to Teac Na Céibe in Temple Bar Square for a traditional pint and some Dublin soul. Or, if you’re after a fun night of clubbing across two fabulous floors head to The Purty Kitchen or The Workman’s club where you are guaranteed to be kept on your toes all night.  
  • For a fun filled evening of blues, rock and jazz, The Belfast Empire Music Hall is your go to! Offering a lively atmosphere and a range of beats, this one is the perfect spot for music lovers. Oh, and did we mention it also hosts a comedy night? Convinced? 
Tastes To Try 
  • A trip to Dublin would not be complete without a stop off at Guinness Storehouse. Playing homage to the black stuff since 1759, situated in the centre of the St James’s Gate Brewery, the former Guinness fermentation plant, is an iconic seven-storey build in the shape of a giant pint. A trip here will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about the legendary drink. To complete your visit, enjoy malts at the cool Gravity Bar, receive a complimentary pint of Guinness and lap up panoramic views across Dublin.  
  • For exquisite fine dining, we recommend eating at the spectacular Patrick Guilbaud. Located beside the five-star Merrion Hotel in Dublin, the restaurant is Ireland’s only two-time Michelin-star restaurant. Serving up mouth-watering contemporary Irish cuisine infused with a classic twist, the presentation, quality and flavours on offer are certainly worthy of the rating. Innovative food plates and a wealth of Irish charm combined with Parisian decorum guarantees a profound dining experience.  
  • For a scenic affair, The Tower Bar and Restaurant in Mayo is perfectly positioned on the Westport harbour and offers stunning vistas over the bay. Dine indoors or al fresco and enjoy fresh, seasonal fare as well as a range of craft beers, wine and cocktails. With live music most evenings, BBQ’s throughout the summer and a beautiful beer garden, this one’s a must. 
Soak up the Culture 
  • Dublin’s National Gallery of Ireland boasts a spectacular collection of paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures. It also houses an iconic collection of Irish paintings while the gallery's highlights are works by Vermeer, Caravaggio, Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet. A trip here is a must for art lovers!
  • For a little history, Saint Paul’s Cathedral is a definite. Built between 1220 and 1260, this is one of the only standing buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin. Learn about the past of the largest cathedral in Ireland and admire the architectural beauty as it stands proudly as the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland today. We also recommend a visit to Dublin Castle, the National Library of Ireland and the National Museum of Ireland.  
  • Cork is situated on the picturesque River Lee and boasts Ireland’s arguably most beautiful natural harbour. Steeped in history with an authentic surrounding aura, Cork is the place to seriously soak up the culture. Must see’s (after the harbour) are the medieval Blarney Castle and Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, boasting a Victorian Neo-Gothic edifice with spires. Don’t forget to take your camera! 

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