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1. A walk in these streets is able to boost your mood, at Malahide

It is a great place to just walk around, and enjoy its architecture and monuments. It's also a hub for all the urban buses in Dublin

From @joaobsb_

2. The Giant’s Cause way, one of the most amazing places on the planet

The Giants Causeway comprises around 40,000 thousands of mostly hexagonal basalt columns descending gently into the sea. Depending on who you believe, the stones were formed either by an underwater volcano’s geological actions or by a giant named Finn McCool, who lived and battled along the north Antrim Coast

From @ireland.explores

3. Alone in nature, standing and shining

Scrabo Tower is a 135 feet high 19th-century lookout tower or folly that stands on Scrabo Hill near Newtownards in County Down, Northern Ireland. It provides wide views and is a landmark that can be seen from afar

From @scenic_pics_ireland

4. One month today to St Patrick’s day Belfast, What’s your plans this year? At Commercial Court Belfast

From travellernorthernireland

5. Spending a day at Kildare Village, Ireland


6. Weekend, here I come. What plans, Dublin? At St Stephen’s Green Park

From travelledroad

7. The most scenic road in the world! Welcome to the ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is a scenic drive around the Iveragh Peninsula in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry. Its 179km-long, circular route takes in rugged and verdant coastal landscapes and rural seaside villages

From @niamhxtravels

8. New friend spotted at Erris Head, North Mayo

From piradeep.pk

9. Expect anything when in Ireland! Irish people just know how to have fun

From @ladbibleireland

10. One of the Europe’s busiest shopping streets: Grafton Street

Grafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre — the other being Henry Street. It runs from St Stephen’s Green in the south to College Green in the north.

From @cristinacinti

11. This is why you really shouldn't miss Phoenix Park in Dublin. Save this post for your next trip to Dublin

The great attraction of the largest urban park in Europe are these animals. It's not possible to indicate a specific place to find them as they roam freely in the park.

It was, without a doubt, one of the best travel experiences I've ever had and one of the most beautiful things my eyes have ever seen!

In Phoenix Park, you will also find: the Phoenix Column, the Dublin Zoo, the Papal Cross, the Wellington Testimonial, and even the official residence of the President of Ireland.

You can get close to the deers as long as you guarantee your safety and theirs, and follow the directions on the park's information signs, namely those asking not to feed the animals.

Notes: take some time to walk around until you can see these wonderful creatures and use comfortable and "old" shoes because you will be stepping on a lot of grass and mud to reach the areas where they usually are


12. One year of exploring and living in Ireland now and it has been nothing short of SPECTACULAR

To many more experiences and explorations of this beautiful Emerald Isle

Which is your Favorite pick 1-5 ?

1. Cliffs-Mountains

2. Castles-Monuments

3. Beaches-Lakes 

4. Cities-Towns

5. Woods-Parks

From @teetrails_

13. Amazing vibes in Grafton Street

Grafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre — the other being Henry Street. It runs from St Stephen’s Green in the south to College Green in the north

From @marioliv.c

14. The Rock of Cashel is one of Ireland’s most spectacular and – deservedly – most visited tourist attractions

Set on a dramatic outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale, the Rock of Cashel, iconic in its historic significance, possesses the most impressive cluster of medieval buildings in Ireland. Among the monuments to be found there is a round tower, a high cross, a Romanesque chapel, a Gothic cathedral, an abbey, the Hall of the Vicars Choral and a fifteenth-century Tower House

From @julialentz

15. Enjoy the view of a rooftop bar in Dublin, Ireland

From marina.andreou9

16. A walk in the woods. At Ballinstoe woods, Wicklow

From anirudh__pai

17. Who’s up for a little game of guessing which road in Galway this is?

From piradeep.pk

18. Have you started planning your trip to Ireland yet? Where would you go first?

✨ Coastline cliffs, sunny bright shores, Ireland has it all! Here are few places you MUST visit on your next trip to Ireland!

📍O’Carroll’s Cove, County Kerry

📍O’Driscoll Castle, Cape Clear island, County Cork. (Ferry from Baltimore and Schull)

📍Dún Dúchathair ( The Black Fort) Inis mor island, County Galway

📍Blarney House (Blarney castle and gardens), County Cork

📍Kerry Cliffs, Portmagee, County Kerry

📍Loop Head Cliff walk, County Clare

📍Gougane Barra, County Cork

📍Cliffs of Moher, County Clare

📍Fastnet Rock “The teardrop of Ireland”, County Cork (Ferry from Baltimore and Schull)

From @lemonlimod

19. The power of the Atlantic Ocean

From real.ireland

20. One of the best sceneries in the whole world! The Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

The Cliffs of Moher is a hotspot for a wide range of flora and fauna with as many as 20 different species of birds to be seen. The cliffs have been featured in many movies including Harry Potter, The Princess Bride, Leap Year, and many more

From @cliffsofmoher.ie

21. A day in the beautiful Cork City in Ireland

It’s Ireland’s Foodie Capital

Cork is known as the culinary capital of Ireland, a city where you’re actively encouraged to gorge. And there’s no better introduction to Cork’s foodie scene than the fantastic English Market

From @racheldube

22. Donard Cove & Cave, Newcastle, Co. Down

Legend has it that the cave leads up to the top of Slieve Donard and is guarded by St. Donard himself in his robes.

From @ajlmedia.ie 

23. Stunning views of the southwest most point of Europe

From ton18

24. Here are some bucket list spots in Ireland for you to add on your next trip

From @ontourwithbambi

25. 5 places that you can’t not visit while in Ireland


📍Trinity College
📍The Blarney Stone & Castle
📍The Burren National Park
📍Seans Bar
📍Ring of Keery

From @stuartmackeyofficial

26. Some snow in Dublin can make your day

For most of the year, Dublin is cold but not cold enough for it to snow. The average weather temperatures from January to December range between 5 and 15 degrees Celsius

From  annabelle.heff

27. Pov: you arrived at your staycation and this breathtaking view is yours, at Letteran Lodges, Co. Derry, Ireland

From @ditchinthe9to5

28. Ireland’s most dramatic scenery is the west coast of Ireland

The long west coast of Ireland – stretching from Donegal’s Inishowen peninsula south through rugged Sligo, Mayo, Galway and Clare to the windswept Kerry coast and swinging east again to the gentle, fertile landscapes of east Cork – encapsulates some of the best and most dramatic aspects of the Irish landscape

From @grahambruton

29. POV: you driving normally in Ireland and this is your view!

From @gowest_ireland (Via TT)

30. How to spend a fun -on budget- day in Dublin. Tag someone who’s visiting Dublin, Ireland soon

Make sure you visit👇🏻

1. O’Connel St.

2. Simon’s Place

3. National Gallery

4. The Long Hall Pub

5. Winding Stair bookshop

6. Aobaba

From @lonelyplanet

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