Céad míle fáilte…. welcome to the Emerald Isle. This nickname given to the Republic of Ireland is by no means an understatement, as Ireland has one of the most verdant landscapes you will see with lots of green fields and lush vegetation, which are maintained by the frequent rainfall which quenches the land.

Despite its somewhat changeable climate, Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and is home to a number of very striking natural wonders which attract thousands of tourists each year. Whether it be the Irish charm, the beautiful scenery or the Celtic cultural heritage, discover Ireland and be whisked off to the land of St. Patrick which will make you want to visit it again and again.

Dublin is an unavoidable destination on any tourists’ agenda when in Ireland. Home to U2 and the famous Temple Bar, Dublin is the perfect place to soak up the Irish culture, whether it is by sipping a pint of Guinness on top of the Guinness Storehouse in Gravity Bar or a walk through Trinity College, the most famous university in Ireland.

Visit the second largest city in Ireland which is Cork, renowned for its medieval buildings which line St. Patrick’s Street, the main commercial street in the city. Some of the most popular features in this city are the Church of St. Anne Shandon and Blarney Castle. In the west of Ireland lies Galway which has wonderful monuments such as Eyre Square. Go further down the coast in the direction of Limerick and you will see the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher which plunge down to meet the Atlantic Ocean. Or follow the Ring of Kerry and see some of the most picturesque towns, beaches and mountains in Ireland.

Ireland is a quaint country with lots of countryside and traditions, and it offers a warm friendly welcome to any tourist.