Ireland: Experience it and love it
Ireland has it all to delight your senses and offer up a sensory overload that will keep you remembering your vacation over and over again. On your descent into Ireland you will be mesmerized by the 40 shades of green that blanket the countryside and the intense blue of the sea that surrounds this island. As you set off on your first adventure the smell of wild flowers and fresh air, thick and delicious, will fill your lungs. Come on a journey with us and feel what we are talking about.
No trip to Ireland is complete without a trip to Dublin. Dublin City sometimes gets all the attention, but don’t forget Dublin County which is a brilliant spot with beautiful stretches of sea, atmospheric pubs, lots of activities and top cultural attractions. Both Howth Head and Dun Laoghaire command spectacular sweeping views out over Dublin Bay, and if you climb Killiney Hill, along the south Dublin coast, you’ll be rewarded with one of the most incredible panoramas in the whole county. Trafalgar Tours offers a range of great Ireland tours where you can experience some of the best highlights of Ireland, the company also has some wonderful early booking savings – so check them out now!.
For anyone that loves the great outdoors, Kerry is a dream destination. This charming county has it all, with truly sublime scenery, exceptionally friendly locals, internationally renowned spas, gorgeous little villages and excellent restaurants. Kerry’s exceptional coastline is a series of peninsulas that open out into larger bays and give a totally unique feeling to the county, with craggy hills that tumble down into the choppy ocean below, and a remote, untouched aspect to the land. Have you ever travelled around Killarney, Kerry in a jaunting car? You can with an Insight Vacation Tour – go to their website to discover some great deals and offers
Finish up your tour of Ireland with a trip to Belfast the city that built one of the most famous ships in the world, the Titanic. The story of the Titanic is etched, hammered and carved into the city of Belfast. Though the ship left almost one hundred years ago, visitors will find portholes of her history around each corner, whether it’s the White Star drawing rooms, a Titanic-inspired mural, or the Samson and Goliath cranes of the shipyard itself.
With a “Scenic Ireland” Globus Tour you will finish your 13 day fully escorted trip in Belfast before returning back to Dublin, so check the Globus website for details of this and other great deals on offer.
The literary city of Dublin, the awe inspiring Ring Of Kerry and the bustling city of Belfast – what more could you want from your vacation? See where Ireland takes you in 2011 and experience the Emerald Isle for yourself!
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