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Bray

 
Bray Bray is a town in northern County Wicklow, Ireland. The River Dargle enters the sea here, from a source near Kippure, in the Wicklow Mountains. Bray Head is the situated at the southern end of the promenade and a well-worn track leads to the summit. The rocks of Bray Head are a mixture of greywackes and quartzite. ==== BRAY - ATTRACTION There is a lovely promenade along the seafront, with Bray Head, a stiff climb, at the southern end. Along the cliff face there is a 4-mile path, which takes you to the next town on the coast, Greystones. This is much nicer than Bray, and the walk along the cliff path is well worth the effort for the spectacular views of the coast, the cliffs and the railway far below....
 

Medieval Kilkenny

 
Medieval Kilkenny Kilkenny is a medieval city of 24,000 people acclaimed internationally as a centre for craft and design. Technology, Tourism, Craft & Design and food processing are the main industries in the county. Each year Kilkenny hosts a number of international festivals and the city is a very popular tourist destination. This medieval city is characterised by many beautifully restored buildings and winding slipways - it is small and compact enough to explore on foot, yet full of fascinating historical buildings and contemporary shops, design galleries and restaurants. The ancient city of Kilkenny was named after a 6th century monk St Canice.His memory lives on in the beautifully restored St Canices Cathedral, built overlooki...
 

Cork

 
Cork Cork is Southern Ireland's second largest city and it's city centre is situated on an island between two branches of the River Lee, joined to the mainland by a series of bridges. More sedate than Dubin, Cork has immense charm and it's Corkonian inhabitants offer a warm welcome to visitors. Don't miss the West Cork coastal towns. Blarney Castle, The Opera House, Princes Street Market, St Finbar's Cathedral, Cork City Jail, Cork Heritage Park, Doneraile Wildlife Park....
 

Galway

 
Galway The quality of life, light and landscape weave a magical spell over visitors who come to the West of Ireland. The County of Galway is endowed with great natural beauty and the region has a living Gaelic culture, with strong Irish-speaking communities The second largest county in Ireland, Galway is set on the west coast. Its heavily indented Atlantic coastline provides a myriad of wide bays, sheltered harbors, deep fjords and island clusters. Lough Corrib, Irelands second-largest lake, divides the county in twothe fertile farmlands, with their traditional dry stonewalls in the east, and mountainous Connemara, where the Irish culture and language thrives, in the west. At the mouth of Galway Bay lie the three Aran Islan...
 

Wicklow

 
Wicklow Wicklow is well known as the Garden of Ireland, it has the world-famous Glendalough, a monastic settlement of the 6th century; and the most breathtaking scenery. Set in this area of wild beauty many roads meet here and it is the perfect centre from which to explore the mountains and surrounding countryside. Being on the east coast of Ireland it has dry and sunny weather and the sea coast with its sandy beaches holds unique attractions to suit all ages. You may well be persuaded to stay in Glendalough (The Glen of Two Lakes). Bray, also a seaside resort, has a promenade, a long beach, and is an active, busy town with shops, music, night-clubs and nightly entertainment. You will be spoilt, not only with a large choice o...
 

Dublin

 
Dublin Founded on the River Liffey by the Vikings in the ninth century, Dublin is one of the liveliest cities in Europe, with an infectious sense of fun that is evident in its frolicsome pub culture. Besides housing the greatest treasures of Ireland in its museums, it has a vibrant theater scene with the famous Abbey and Gate Theatres producing original and repertory pieces. Over the last two decades, Dublin has achieved remarkable economic success. Its attractive tax policies, strategic location, and hardworking work force continue to draw foreign investment. Main industries include electronics, software, manufacturing, telecommunications, retail, transport, food, pharmaceuticals, and tourism. Dublin has a mild, temp...
 

Clonmel

 
Clonmel Clonmel in County Tipperary is the county seat of South Tipperary County Council. The town lies mainly on the northern bank of the River Suir with a smaller section south of the river. It lies in a valley, surrounded by mountains and hills. The Comeragh Mountains are to the south, while northeast of the town is Slievenamon. The town is noted in Irish history as having withstood the Cromwellian forces which sacked both Drogheda and Wexford. ==== COLONMEL - ATTRACTION If you arrive in Clonmel from the direction of Cashel, you see one of the most panoramic views of green Irish landscape. The town rolls out below with rich rolling terrain ringing the town in the distance. This is postcard Ireland--and a pristine vie...
 

Athlone

 
Athlone Athlone is a town that lies on the River Shannon near the southern extremity of Lough Ree, Ireland. Athlone, along with Mullingar and Tullamore is one of the largest towns in central Ireland and also the commercial capital of the Irish midlands. . The modern name Athlone comes from two words 'Ath' meaning ford or crossing and 'Luain' a man's name, meaning the ford of Luain. ==== ATHLONE - ATTRACTION Its beautiful riverside location, opening onto the largest lake on the river Shannon, is the cornerstone of its outstanding natural beauty and enchanting atmosphere. There are quite a few things to do and see in town, so it is worth it to stop over on your way from Dublin to Galway. Sean's Bar, located on the west...
 

Blarney

 
Blarney Blarney is a village in the south of Ireland, located 8 km northwest of Cork, Ireland. It is the site of Blarney Castle, home of the legendary Blarney Stone. ==== BLARNEY - ATTRACTION Blarney village is a major tourist attraction in County Cork. Mostly people come to see the castle, kiss the stone, and go shopping. The centre of the village is dominated by The Square - a grass field where Blarney locals and the townpeople from Cork City journey to during the summer. Activities include soccer, sunbathing and other recreational activities. Various attempts to beautify the square over the years have always been met with stiff objection from the locals. Previous uses include a market square. By kissing the Blarne...
 

Cashel

 
Cashel Cashel is a town in County Tipperary, in the southern midlands of Ireland, which is also the episcopal see of a Roman Catholic archbishopric. The main bus route between Cork and Dublin runs through Cashel several times a day. The most frequent bus service comes from Waterford with a bus change at Cahir. The town has two hostels so it is possible to spend the night here, but it is not necessary. ==== CASHEL - ATTRACTION Cashel and the famous Rock of Cashel is one of Ireland's most important historical sites. The starne shaped rock with the ruins on top of it and Cormac's chapel are the major attractions. Just downhill from the Rock lies the ruins of Hoare Abbey from the 13th century. If you spend the night...
 

 

 

 

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