Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Ireland is rain, rain and more rain. Could just be right in this country that is located in the less sunny Northern Europe. The island, which rubs against the United Kingdom, quickly makes you forget the somewhat gloomy climate. Because Ireland offers many beautiful pearls of nature. Sightseeing here only yields beautiful pictures. The Irish themselves are über-friendly and are happy to help you on your way through this hilly and above all green country.

Clean Air

It is sometimes said about Ireland that the Irish outdoor air is one of the healthiest in the world. So much so that the English writer Jonathan Swift once said of the clean Irish air: 'Soon the English will tax it'. The air, brought in from the Atlantic Ocean, has an almost embalming effect on body and mind.

Guinness or Irish whiskey

The capital of Ireland is the very popular Dublin. A city with history. But above all a city with countless cozy pubs and cozy shopping streets. After Dublin, Cork is the second city, one of the oldest cities in the country. The cathedrals here determine the atmosphere. Stroll past St. Mary's Cathedral or St. Finbar's Cathedral. Of course you can't leave the pubs without having indulged in a real Guinness or a glass of Irish whiskey. You take a possible hangover into the bargain. cheers!

Round trip along Ring of Kerry

A trip through Ireland means lots of 'ooooh and aaaaah' moments. The nature here is surprisingly versatile. The towering Cliffs of Moher, for example, resting on the west coast of Ireland. Or the Wicklow Mountains, a rugged but walkable mountain range near Dublin. Do you want the easy way? Then take the Ring of Kerry, a beautiful driving route along the Iveragh and Dingle peninsulas. Other attractions along the way include Ross Castle, Derrynane National Park and the Skellig Islands.

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