Ireland is an abode for tourists as it boasts of rich countryside, villages and coastal cliffs and also some of the best UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We bring to you a list of the top 10 places that you will have to visit in Ireland!
10. Aran Islands
This is a wonderful car-free island and is away from the typical developments in mainland. You will get an amazing countryside experience in these islands.
9. Glenveagh National Park
The second largest national park in Ireland spreads over 14,000 acres; it is popular among hikers and fisherman from all over Ireland. You will get to see some rare wildlife in this national park and the formerly extinct Golden Eagle has also been reintroduced in this park.
8. The Burren
For an experience like walking on the moon, the karst landscape of this landscape is the best bet. It also houses some of the rarest plants and insects along a few colorful flowers emerging out from the cracks during spring.
7. Connemara National Park
One of the best national parks in Ireland, Connemara is famous for Connemara Ponies and the wild countryside spread across the Twelve Bens mountain range. Three of the Twelve Ben Mountains lie on the border of the National Park and it also houses one of the most beautiful castles of Ireland.
6. Cooley Peninsula
Located at the North Eastern tip of Ireland, it is below Northern Ireland and is rarely inhabited. You can view the lush forests on Mourne Mountains or walk on the windswept coastline, making it one of the most promising destinations to visit in Ireland while you are there.
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