Dublin is Ireland’s capital and largest city. Started as a Viking trading city in the 9th century, Dublin grew to be a centre of wealth and commerce. You will find museums, boulevards and squares built in the Georgian style. Enjoy a pint of Guinness with the cheerful and energetic Dubliners!

Belfast is the birthplace of the Titanic and was once the main place where most conflicts between Catholics and Protestants occurred. Plan your visit wisely and see Queen’s University, City Hall, Albert’s Clock, etc. as you stroll the city.

Galway has a long and interesting history. It was the fastest growing city in Ireland and is now Ireland’s most international city (with most residents that were born outside of Ireland).

The Wicklow Mountains has two blockbuster sights, Gardens of Powerscourt and Glendalough. See also the Glenmacnass waterfall, Blessington lakes, Sally Gaps, etc. on your visit to this beautiful county.

County Clare overlooks the Atlantic and the Cliffs of Moher. The Burren is a limestone moonscape you do not want to miss. While you are in the county, make also a trip to Doolin, which was once the town for Irish and European music lovers.

County Mayo was badly affected during the Great Famine due to its remote location. Visit the National Famine Memorial to learn more. While you are in the county, see also Westport, Village of Cong, Achill Island, etc.

County Wexford is rich in legendary history. See Hook Head Lighthouse, the Kennedy Homestead and Dunbrody Famine Ship when you are here.