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A must-see. Beautiful house with stunning gardens. You are given a guide for a walking tour of the house. There is also a museum in the old horse stables which has a lot of the local history.
A fascinating tour. Newgrange predates Stonehenge and the pyramids of Giza.
When you are on the Dingle Peninsula, make sure to go on the scenic drive around Slea Head. Beautiful views.
The grounds are beautiful, but the highpoint is seeing the Book of Kells. Also, in the Long Room of the old library is a copy of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic.
The Italian garden is stunning. A nice place to walk and observe and take photos.
The ruins on top of Slane Hill are interesting. Great place to take photos. It's free.
Beautiful scenery and quiet and peaceful. Lots of history.
Clifden is a small town on the coast. Easy walking. We stayed at the Abbeyglen Castle Hotel and had a wonderful time on "Irish Night".
Take the Hop On-Hop Off tour of Dublin. See O' Connell St., Trinity College, Merrion Square, St. Stephen's Green, Christchurch Cathedral, The National Gallery, and St. Patrick's Cathedral.
The Queenstown Story Heritage centre is an interesting tour. Queenstown (later named Cobh) was where the Titanic picked up its last passengers, and it also was the last sight of Ireland for over three million people. There is a statue of Annie Moore who was the first to enter the U.S. through Ellis Island.