The ‘Emerald Isle’, Ireland is welcoming and wonderful – full of friendly people, amazing history and lovely sightseeing destinations. You may miss the others, but make sure you get to see these three main attractions in Ireland.
1. THE LITTLE MUSEUM
If you wish to grasp an idea of Dublin’s recent history in all its quirkiness and humour, this is the place to go! The Little Museum started in an organic meet and greet sessions for visitors and soon began to grow, reaching where it is today. The museum organizes informative, personally guided tours, new initiatives include Dublin by Land & Seaand The Green Mile Walking Tour. The U2 exhibition mementos, trinkets that belonged to John F Kennedy during his 1963 Ireland tour are on permanent display.
2. Killarney National Park
The Killarney National Park boasts a19th-century grand Muckross House and Gardens. Queen Victoria also made a royal visit here that resulted in extensive renovations and re-landscaping took place in preparation. The mansion stands close to the shores of Muckross Lake famed worldwide for its splendour and beauty. Taking you around the huge property are Killarney’s famous horse & traps called Jaunting Cars.
The Killarney National Park itself is beautiful and scenic with its lakes and mountains. One must take the11-kilometer drive over the scenic Gap of Dunloe which is a narrow and rocky mountain pass carved by glaciers at the close of the Ice Age for a wondrous experience and also check out Ross Castle.
Glendalough is home to one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. It is described to be magical and mysterious. Currently known as the Monastic City, it was first established by St. Kevin during the 6th century. The round tower present there, the lush woodlands and pretty lakes make the town a delight to explore leisurely.