Ireland Tours can take you through an amazing and a spectacular coastline, with castle topped hills, mythical stories and great hospitality. It is the land of saints and scholars, no less in amazing beauty. Here are some amazing locations to visit in your Tours Of Ireland.
Dublin is a city that definitely wants to meet you and it one of the most friendliest places on earth .The locals tell you about some tips and local information in a special event for welcoming you. It is always joyful to have a pint with a Dubliner in your Ireland Tours. Dublin has got plenty of bridges to have an amazing view over River Liffey. This is a Unesco City of Literature for its great literature and Dublin is always a Viking City at its heart. This city also ahs a bust of the famous poet ‘Gurudev’ Shri Rabindranath Tagore in St Stephen’s Green Park to mark the 150th anniversary of birth of this great man. Walk on foot to visit the Temple Bar, a cobblestones enclave of galleries, shops and lively people. Also, the grand Georgian architecture, alfresco café culture of South William and Drury Streets, the beautiful city parks of Merrion Square and the neat Iveagh Gardens will keep you busy here on your Ireland Tours.
The Fermanagh Lakelands are a vital point of Ireland Tours. The Fermanagh County is one third water, but has plenty of attraction on the small land too. You can find the famous echoing chambers of the Marble Arch Caves and Cuilcagh Mountain here. These caves make you feel like a quiet explorer with all their echoes and darkness on still waters. Many stately houses adorn the streets of Fermanagh and the Enniskillen Castle is situated here. Nearly 700 km lakes, canals and rivers make Fermanagh a perfect water world with the finest water ways. The largest lake, Lough Erne, contains about 154 islands in total creating an interesting maze on the pristine waters. Enniskillen on this lake is a bustling little town. This is a quaint town for the perfect Irish Tourism with a mile long main street that changes names thrice on the same street. The Cuilcagh Mountain can let you sea through the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea. The steep cliffs created by years of erosion and abrasion of limestone are a geo park designated by UNESCO. You can get a boat to go deep under all these wonders and explore caves formed 650 millions of years back in time.
The Mourne Mountains
The Mourne Mountains in County Down are a very adventurous place in the Ireland Tours. There are great challenging peaks here. There are also many sweet and calm lakes here. In contrast to the high peaks, the slopes are very gentle for trekking. There are various peaks with the Slieve Donard as the highest with a height of 850 meters. It offers a great view over the Murlough Bay and the town of Newcastle. The Silent Valley is below the mountain’s foot. You can get an amazing view of the Ben Crom Reservoir. The dry stone wall of Ireland offers the best ever view.