Ireland’s top 7 attractions

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1. The Cliffs of Moher

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It is one among the must visit places in Ireland. This beautiful cliff stretches 8 kilometer long and is one of the most visited place in Ireland. It is located in the southwestern edge of Burren region in County Clare.

2. Ring of Kerry

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It is one of the most eye scenic places in world. If you want to indulge in activities sand make the full of a day then this place will offer you with cycling, horse-riding, fishing, deep-sea angling, golf and other water sports.

3. The English Market, Cork

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Best place in Ireland to buy some famous sea food, cheese, some artisan breads and some other things then visit this place and fill your bags with these yummy things.

4. Grafton Street Area, Dublin

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For shopping in Ireland, this place is the perfect. From flowers to garments to accessories and many performing artist, this place is one famous place visited by tourists. You can also stop at some cafes that will serve you with some relaxing Irish coffee.

5. The Rock of Cashel

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People say this place belonged to the High Kings of Munster, so with this rich heritage, people love visiting this place. These Medieval buildings include the High Cross and Romanesque Chapel.

6. Glendalough, Co. Wicklow

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Glendalough is a glacial valley in County Wicklow. This place is magical and a bit mysterious too. This place is was a monastic settlement that was establish in the 6th century. This place is peaceful and beautiful and attracts lots of visitors every year. With surroundings of lakes and woodland, this place is a perfect picnic spot.

7. The Little Museum of Dublin

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It is situated near Dublin then this museum often known to be as one of the hidden gems of Ireland, which has been recently added to the capital’s museum, can be visited. There are many permanent exhibitions and many informative tours available in this museum. You will surely enjoy the time spent here.