The one thing that most travelers never embark on a trip without is a plan which consists of an itinerary of the places to visit, arrangements at some good restaurants, and reservations for lodging. Perhaps it is because of this reason, that travelling becomes a hassle, a problem that needs to be solved before you can even step outside your home. Wouldn’t it be great to just fly without a plan to the destination of your dreams and just go with the flow? Follow the path less traveled and just let your feet bring you to new places?
True, you might get lost and expend a lot of time and effort, but losing your way sometimes means finding something more exciting than anything you’ve ever experienced. Who knows, maybe the places and experiences you discover may be more enjoyable than anything you could have planned? With all this in mind, pack your bags and leave all the planning behind as we regale you with a traveler’s tale of Ireland and stumbling upon an adventure worth telling.
The best place to start exploring Ireland is its capital, which is situated at the mouth of the River Liffey. Dublin is home to different attractions and historical landmarks such as Trinity College, which was founded in 1592; Dublin Castle, which now serves as a major Irish Government complex; and Ha’penny Bridge, which has ferried pedestrians over the River Liffey since 1816.
Bask in the architectural beauty of Northern Ireland’s Belfast Castle and St. Colman’s Cathedral near Cobh, the country’s main seaport town. Visit the city of Cork, the second largest city and the third most populated metropolitan area in Ireland. Cap your trip off on a strong note with snapshots of the panoramic vistas offered by the Cliffs of Moher, Slieve League and the Dingle Peninsula.
Now, it is your turn to lose yourself in Ireland and find a greater adventure in their exceptional natural wonders, picturesque edifices, and striking scenery.