Visiting Ireland Pt. 2

In addition to my 3 Beautiful Places to Visit in Ireland blog, I had to continue writing about some more beautiful spots to see in the Irish country. Whether it be a natural landmark or a tourist spot, here are a few more must-see places while you are enjoying the Irish experience.

Grafton Street, Dublin

The city of Dublin itself is such a fun, eccentric city but there are specific spots that make the capitial exciting. Grafton street is the heart of great shopping in Dublin. If you want to experience the true Irish city culture, this is a great place to start. This street is a hub of great entertainment, shopping, and nightlife. It is located right in the heart of the city so there is no other street like Grafton. It is a one-stop-shop for everything you could possibly want from Dublin.

The Guinness Storehouse

Ireland is the home of some of the best beer. While you are visiting Dublin, stop by the Guinness Storehouse to experience the authentic Guinness brand. It is a great place to try different types of beers while also getting a bite to eat. The top floor is a circular glass room so you can see the city of Dublin with a beer in hand. The inside of the storehouse has a stunning industrial feel that makes it visually appealing from the moment you step inside.

Ring of Kerry

The definition of the Ring of Kerry is relative to who you ask. It could be called a trail, a road, or a route but everyone agrees that it is a step into history. There are multiple attractions to see during your visit to the Ring of Kerry. Breathtaking mansions and castles that are full of stories encompass this amazing tourist spot. 
 Within the Ring of Kerry, there are multiple towns and villages that are included in the large area of land. One of the towns called Waterville was known to be one of Charlie Chaplin’s favorite places to visit. Many who visit Ring of Kerry stay for the bed & breakfast experience. The Ross Castle is another beautiful building open to the public in the Ross Peninsula that is great for anyone planning on taking a long walk or jog if you are coming from Killarney.

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