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Who can resist the charm of the Emerald Isle? The multi-hued green landscapes, the dramatic seaside cliffs, the hospitable locals, the lively music, and the rich history. Experience it all on a tour of Ireland.

Dublin

The capital city is well-known for its historical buildings, including Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Trinity College, where you can find the 9th-century Book of Kells in the iconic Old Library. Wander along Grafton Street and through the Temple Bar neighborhood. And don’t miss the opportunity to drink a pint at the Guinness Storehouse or a drop of whiskey at the Jameson Distillery Bow St.

As you head south, you can visit Kilkenny Castle, a 12th-century Anglo-Norman fortress, then stop in Waterford to witness craftsmen creating world-renowned Waterford Crystal.

Cork

In the southwest, near cosmopolitan Cork, visit Blarney Castle to kiss the mythical Blarney Stone. Explore the country’s first national park in Killarney, then drive the scenic Ring of Kerry around Iveragh peninsula.

Limerick

Get a taste of medieval Ireland in the city of Limerick, on the River Shannon. Spend an afternoon at 15th-century Bunratty Castle and its Folk Park living history museum.

Continue your Ireland vacation in Tipperary with a tour of the Rock of Cashel, an ancient religious site and 12th-century fortress.

Galway

The magnificent Cliffs of Moher deserve a spot on any travel bucket list. Take in the coastal views as you travel north toward Galway, where you can enjoy live Irish folk music.

Visit Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, founded by Benedictine Nuns who fled Belgium in WWI. Amble through its lovely Victorian Walled Garden and enjoy a pot of tea in the Tea House.

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