7 alluring places to visit in Ireland

 

If you are planning on visiting a new and interesting country, why not choose Ireland? The Emerald Isle is a charming place with many interesting things to do. And also, it has a lot of amazing places that are worth visiting, so traveling by car would be a more wonderful experience. This is why Edmunds calls the 2018 Nissan Altima Sedan the perfect car for long road trips.

1.      The Book of Kells – Dublin

The Book of Kells is known as the most famous medieval manuscript in the entire world, being at the same time an important cultural treasure in Ireland. The Book of Kells exhibition is located in the heart of Dublin and you can visit it only by purchasing a ticket.

2.      The Blarney Stone – Cork

Also known as The Stone of Eloquence, is a stone that is set in one of the Blarney Castle’s walls. There is an entire story behind the Blarney Stone, but the legend says that the stone bestows the gift of eloquence after someone kisses it.

3.      The Black Fort – Galway

The Black Fort or Dún Aonghasa is a fort situated on the cliffs at Killeany, mainly consisting of a wall that surrounds the ruins of early stone houses. If you enjoy being in a quiet place, you will definitely like the Black Fort.

4.      The Kilkenny Castle – Kilkenny

The castle was built for the 4th Earl of Pembroke in the early 1200s. It later became the principal Irish residence of an important Butler family and it is nowadays the main attraction in Kilkenny.

5.      The Cliffs of Moher – Liscannor

Located in County Clare, the Cliffs of Moher attract thousands of tourists every year. In the late 1800s, local landowner Cornelius O’Brien built O’Brien’s Tower and made it accessible to the visitors. And just like the Black Fort, if you like spending time in a quiet place, then the Cliffs of Moher is the place to go.

6.      Waterford

Founded by the Vikings somewhere in the 850s, Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city. It is known as the Viking Triangle and there you can find Ireland’s oldest urban medieval monument, Reginald’s Tower.

7.      The Rock of Cashel – County Tipperary

Also known as Cashel of the Kings, it is one of Ireland’s most visited historic sites. If you want to visit this place, you should know that there is an admission fee and the guided tour takes around 50-minutes.