Ireland has become a secret vacationer’s hideaway in the last 20 years, and there is plenty to do in Ireland. In the early 1990s, Ireland took an economic turn upwards and the country began to establish itself with economic success. Since then, immigration has increased from European countries, Russia, and even Australia and the US. The well-hidden secret of the wealth that Ireland has to offer has started to come to light.
Today, tourists and those who just want a quick weekend getaway come to Ireland to experience the charm of the old town mixed with what the thriving metropolis has to offer. There is something to do for everyone between the ages of 1 and 101, and there is always something else to come back to.
Dublin, with almost 500,000 inhabitants, is the capital of Ireland.
Belfast, again about 500.00 is the capital of Northern Ireland. These two great cities began as seaports, across the Irish Sea, around AD 488. C., so they are full of the charm and character of an ancient city, while being able to offer you all the comforts of a bustling city.
There are many culture towns scattered throughout the country that offer wonderful experience, culture, and food!
Museums, theaters and sporting events
Lots of shops are available too. And, it’s one of the best you’ll make anywhere.
With the mass transportation system, you and your family can easily reach any destination or go around the city. The system itself is something to see and experience.
Restaurants and outdoor pubs are springing up everywhere, so you can always stop at one of these cozy taverns and grab a snack. Children are welcome almost everywhere and casual attractions are welcome.
Of course, if you want to go out for dinner at a nice restaurant and then go dancing until dawn, there is plenty of nightlife for you too.
Ireland has the most beautiful beaches in the world, and County Galway in Galway Bay is a great place to enjoy surfing. Since Ireland is an island, there are plenty of sandy coastlines to see, but remember that the summer season is only from June to August, and then it might be necessary to bring a light jacket while walking along the coast. However, the waves, sun and sand are tempting, and the kids will love to go and have fun! So make sure at least one of your days in Ireland is a beach day!
Then, at the end of the day, what could be better than a fresh seafood dinner prepared especially for you, at any of the many seaside restaurants that line the coastal towns. You could drive from Dublin to Galway City in a matter of a couple of hours, and with the Atlantic Ocean on the west side of Ireland and the Irish Sea bordering the east side, you better believe that the best of Atlantic seafood North is available to you!
The variety and charm of Ireland make it the best getaway for the whole family or just for two. Come and enjoy!