Ireland is also known as the “Emerald Isle,” a country known for its drinking culture, and tragic yet fascinating history. A fun fact about Ireland is that it has the most number of Nobel Prize for Literature winners than any other country. One of the other monickers of Ireland is also “The land of saints and scholars.” Dublin was officially recognized as “UNESCO City of Literature back in 2010.

The people of Ireland are warm and welcoming. They have it all in Ireland. Scenic cliffs, a great nightlife, romantic getaways, Celtic ruins, beautiful mountains, and ancient castles.

Cliffs of Moher

On the shores of Ireland, there stand tall the cliffs of Moher on the edge of the vast Atlantic Ocean. No camera can capture the beauty of this place; you have to be here to witness the majestic view. The Cliffs are covered with lush green grass. The cliffs of Moher are visited by about a million people each year.

Grafton Street, Dublin

If you like to experience local culture, Grafton Street is the right place for you to be. It is not just a shopping street; you will find the place alive with flower shops, street performers. You can hang out at coffee shops and enjoy the Irish breakfasts at a low price.

The Ring of Kerry

You will wonder with awe if you are driving in the heavens or is this Earth. The most beautiful view of Ireland. While driving on the round route, you will found breathtaking mountains, marvellous islands, and jaw-dropping sights.

The Rock of Cashel

The Rock of Cashel looks like the Hogwarts castle of Harry Potter series, or a set for a horror movie. This group of ancient buildings has a long history in the making. There is a round tower which was constructed in the 12th century, the High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, A cathedral, and Castle which was completed in the 15th century. The view of The Rock of Cashel is hauntingly beautiful.