Ireland: Welcome to the Emerald Isle!Historic monuments. Literary pub tours. Epic coastal drives. Castles that echo of ancestry. The allure of Ireland is as strong as ever, and you, the traveler, gets to soak it all in with these can't-miss experiences.This tiny island nation in Europe offers its visitors some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world, beautiful county towns and amazing historic sites just waiting to be explored.The amount of attractions to be enjoyed on this comparatively small island seems immense. Indeed, in most areas, you can’t throw a pebble without hitting an ancient monument. Planning an Irish vacation can truly become a nightmare. But it does not have to be. Just get this compact book that will give you the most important information about the places you can’t miss while visiting Ireland.Inside the Ireland Travel Guide:DublinCounty AntrimCounty LimerickCounty MeathCounty SligoCounty CorkCounty KerryCounty GalwayCounty ClareCounty KilkennyFollow in the footsteps of Ireland’s prolific writers and seek refuge on one of the island’s spectacular coastlines. The idyllic landscapes will be more than enough to keep you entertained and happy during your stay.Ireland also has several county towns with great architecture and old-world charm. Starting with the capital city, Dublin, tourists who want to experience the Irish lifestyle should simply take a stroll through the cobblestoned alleys.One of the many things Ireland is famous for is its pubs. But, did you know you can go on a pub crawl tour in various county towns and see firsthand which offers the best party scene?Well, in this easy to read travel guide you’ll find out which are the most popular county towns, but also the most interesting prehistoric sites and natural parks and what other amazing things you can do while vacationing in Ireland.Get it now! Get the Ireland Travel Guide right now and start planning your next fantastic getaway!
Genre: Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, Ireland
Size: 24 pages
Free download for Kindle from 17 February 2020 onward