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4 Things You Must See and Do in Ireland - John B. Wilson


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John B. Wilson discusses 4 things you must see and do in Ireland in this in-depth presentational blog. For more information, please visit!

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4 Things You Must See and Do in Ireland - John B. Wilson

  1. 1. 4 Things You Must See and Do in Ireland Prepared by John B. Wilson
  2. 2. I N T R O D U C T I O N Visiting Ireland has always been on your bucket list, not in the least because of the country’s iconic landscapes and unique culture. When you’re finally ready to plan your Irish vacation, we’ve put together a list of some of the things that you must see and do when you’re in Ireland.
  3. 3. B L A R N E Y C A S T L E Located in the lovely town of Blarney, which is close to the city of Cork, Blarney Castle is best known for being home to the Blarney Stone. A supposed magic stone, it is said that once you kiss it, you will be granted the gift of eloquence. People come from all over the world to walk the winding, narrow stairs that lead to this stone. A guard and tour guide will help you lean backwards and kiss the stone. And even if you’re plenty eloquent already and don’t feel up to kissing a stone, you can still marvel at the beautiful castle grounds and gardens.
  4. 4. C L I F F S O F M O H E R These beautiful cliffs are an absolute must see when you’re visiting Ireland and are one the most popular tourist attractions in the country. Located in County Clare, on the west coast, these limestone cliffs tower up to 700 feet above the sea. The 8km walk will take you close to the edge, and you can visit the highest point of O’Brien’s Tower and take in the spectacular views.
  5. 5. K I L L A R N E Y N A T I O N A L P A R K When you want to experience the truly wild, untamed side of Ireland, then you mist visit the 11,000-acre Killarney National Park. As you trek through this park, you will be met with a bevy of beautiful sights, including moorlands, gardens mountain ranges, Roos Castle, the Gap of Dunloe, and the Torc Waterfall. You’ll also get to see animals, such as deer, and beautiful Irish flora and fauna.
  6. 6. G U I N N E S S S T O R E H O U S E No visit to Ireland is complete without visiting the Guinness Storehouse. This museum is situated inside the a past fermentation plant right in Dublin. While taking a tour, you can learn all about the art of crafting malt and the science behind fermentation. And, of course, you’ll also be able to sample some tasty Guinness at the amazing Gravity Bar, which also has a fantastic panoramic view of Dublin.
  7. 7. T H A N K Y O U ! For more information Please visit