Essential Ireland: 5 Must-Do Experiences and Must-See Sights

Ditch the guidebooks and pack your bags! Ireland, with its breathtaking scenery and vibrant culture, is ready to be explored. Today, we have handpicked Essential Ireland: 5 Must-Do Experiences and Must-See Sights to make sure you have an unforgettable trip. From hidden gems to iconic landmarks, we’ll show you the best Ireland offers. Get ready for an authentic Irish adventure!

#1 Brú na Bóinne

This World Heritage site in County Meath is one of the largest and most important Megalithic complexes in the world. It’s not just a hole in the ground as it may appear!

The three largest tombs were built approximately 5,000 years ago. Through a guided tour of the largest site at Newgrange, visitors can experience the “passage of light” ritual which signaled the arrival of the Winter Solstice.

#2 Ring of Kerry

Visitors might want to spend a day or two touring the Ring of Kerry, also called the Iveragh Peninsula, which forms the southwest corner of the island. With spectacular views at every turn, the ‘land of a million shades of green’ is where visitors fall in love with the untouched, natural beauty of Ireland.

#3 Blarney Castle

For the gift of gab and for a tour of some of Ireland’s most exotic gardens, head to this 15th-century fortress in the south. Those determined to kiss the famous Blarney Stone will have to venture up the slippery, steep staircases to the top of the castle and hang upside down over a straight drop.

#4 Cliffs of Moher

Stretching for five miles along the Atlantic coast in the west of Ireland, these breathtaking cliffs stand 700 feet tall at their highest point. The 12-mile coastal trail takes adventurous travelers along the majestic cliffs and through the award-winning visitors center.

#5 Rock of Cashel

In county Tipperary sits the Rock of Cashel, a stunning historical site that features a collection of medieval structures. The oldest sections date back to the 12th century and were once the seat of the Kings of Munster before the Norman invasion. It now contains one of the world’s best collections of Celtic art and medieval architecture. Cormac’s Chapel is only accessible via guided tour.

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