Discover Ireland and Northern Ireland
Start your driving adventure in Dublin or Belfast.
Visit the stunning ‘Emerald Isle’ and explore the lush green landscapes that earned Ireland its nickname. Rugged coastline and beautiful historic cities – including the vibrant cities of Dublin and Belfast – are all waiting to be discovered in glorious Ireland.
Dynamic Dublin offers something for everyone with its lively music scene, delicious fresh seafood and thriving attractions in and out of the city.Discover more
This buzzing city is a thriving metropolis – Belfast is bursting with historic architecture, a rich cultural scene and fantastic shopping.Discover more
Prepare to lose yourself in the glorious greenery on an Ireland road trip – the distances are short, you’ll drive on the left both sides of the Irish border, and the roads are refreshingly empty. The promise of legend, landscape and a warm Irish welcome will exceed all expectations.Read article
With its blend of warm Irish hospitality, rich literary heritage and famously exuberant nightlife, Dublin has an irresistible charm. Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Belfast and be sure to visit the Titanic Quarter. Discover the wonders of Galway City, stroll the cobbled streets of Kilkenny and stop for a pint of Guinness at a cosy watering hole. Tuck into the fabulous culinary scene of Cork, marvel at artistic masterpieces and explore the fascinating history of picturesque Limerick.
Steeped in history and boasting breathtakingly beautiful natural scenery, Ireland is a sparkling gem just begging to be explored. Take in miles of spectacular coastline sprinkled with lively fishing villages and idyllic sandy beaches. Or discover the unspoiled natural splendour and awe-inspiring ancient monuments of rural eastern Ireland. Experience the legendary ‘Craic’ in vibrant Dublin and visit the beautiful historic cities of Galway, Kilkenny and Limerick.
Not far from Dublin you’ll discover a fantastic cliff-top walk at Howth Peninsula. Visit Bull Island – an enormous municipal park and nature reserve in Dublin Bay. Take a trip north to the banks of the River Boyne to see the UNESCO World Heritage site Bru na Boinne. Or venture south to visit County Wicklow, the ‘Garden of Ireland’, to explore Powerscourt, the Japanese Gardens at Kildare, or experience the dramatic horseracing at Curragh.
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