Ireland is a top tourist attraction for people all over the world and for good reason. It has a rich and deep cultural heritage spanning back centuries while also being a modern, successful nation. Ireland sees millions of tourists every year for these reasons so if you’re planning a vacation to Ireland you will be among good company.
Ireland has a lot to offer any visitor but if you’ve got a tight schedule and don’t have much time to spare then here are the top three attractions we think you must see while in Ireland. Last minute holidays from Ireland are a great way to enjoy amazing vacations and save money along the way. These three attractions are all relatively cheap while still oozing Irish culture!
Of all the myths and legends in Ireland, Blarney Castle is probably the most well known. The castle itself is a fantastic attraction being both an architectural and historical treasure. Contained within Blarney Castle is the legendary Blarney Stone. Kissing the stone supposedly grants you the gift of the gabber for seven years. Whether that’s true is another question but it makes for a cool photograph of you hanging upside down!
Dublin’s Guinness Factory
Ireland has a very strong association with drinking and Guinness has managed to come out on top as what is probably Ireland’s most famous export. Guinness started production in Dublin over 100 years ago and it is still made there to this day! The original factory in Dublin has been opened to the public so that now you can see exactly how Guinness is made from start to finish. You can even have a go at pouring the perfect pint of Guinness and at the end of the tour you can have a drink from the top of the factory looking out over the whole of Dublin!
Ireland not only boasts a rich cultural heritage but it’s also the home of some fantastic scenery. There are many different natural wonders worthy of visiting while in Ireland like Giant’s Causeway. Take your camera and enjoy some awe inspiring natural beauty!
Ireland’s a fantastic country with a booming tourism industry. It can be an expensive country to visit but experiencing Irish culture does not come at a steep price. It’s a beautiful country well worth a visit by anyone!