When you visit Ireland you have to make some pretty tough choices on how to spend your time. There are many great attractions throughout the Emerald Isle and there is a limited time span to see the best ones. On our first trip to Ireland we were lucky enough to be there for a month so we saw some of the best that the country has to offer. From that trip – I would recommend three must see attractions to travelers who are visiting Ireland but have time constraints.
Our first must see attraction on your visit to Ireland would be the Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s top tourist attraction and they are part of The Wild Atlantic Way which is famous worldwide. The west coast of Ireland is just stunning but the Cliffs of Moher take the cake in terms of beauty. Rising out of the water like silent guardians – the Cliffs of Moher are imposing in a way that only mother natur can pull off. Make sure to visit the Cliffs of Moher while you are in Ireland because it will be a memory that will stay with you forever.
— Raquel (@shaguii) July 23, 2015
Another must see attraction on your visit to Ireland is The Blarney Stone. The legendary stone is built into Blarney Castle which is just about 8 KM from Cork. Travelers come from around the world to kiss the stone for good luck. They come from as far as Asia to kiss the stone – so make sure you don’t forget to put this attraction on your must do list. This young lady had a great time bending over backwards to kiss the stones as you can see by this Tweet. The video is only a few seconds long but the memories will last a lifetime.
Kissingn the Blarney Stone was rad🍀 pic.twitter.com/nedfD1Ch2t
— liliana (@lilyamaya_) July 26, 2015
Of course you can’t leave Ireland without a visit to the world famous Guinness Storehouse in Dublin. Guinness is a symbol of national pride for everyone in Ireland. The company has a long history of excellence and community involvement that make them a standout in the corporate world. On top of that the beer is excellent. Once you go t the Guinness Storehouse make sure to visit their bar on the top floor and catch some beautiful views of Dublin.
— Diego González (@dieganas) August 1, 2015
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