Get Lucky in an Ireland Holiday
Your dream holiday can happen in Ireland. There are a lot of possibilities that you can do to get that break you need, honeymoon, family bonding, adventure with friends or just some rest and relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The mystic wonders of Ireland have always fascinated a lot of travelers, from the popular leprechauns, their famous Guinness beer, to their St. Patrick festival that they are wholeheartedly celebrating, the year round gloomy rainy weather, and late night sing-along in their famous pubs that are scatted all over this emerald isle.
With Irelandâ€™s rich culture and history, you will see how in tuned they are to old traditions. With the additional fascinating scenes of farming communities, you might think that Ireland is behind the times. Surprisingly, as they say â€œold traditions die hardâ€ you will find how Ireland has come to terms in the modern times and is rising among its peers and even so not sacrificing their rich cultures and heritage.
Letâ€™s start your dream holiday in Dublin. The capital and the largest city of Ireland, this is somewhere you can enjoy what modern day Ireland to offer has dubbed in 2007 and again in 2009 as one of the friendliest cities in Europe. This youthful city as it was dubbed caters to a lot of pubs all over the area. Like most of Ireland, this is one of the most popular destinations you can go to. The most known tourist spots are the Guinness Storehouse where you can enjoy a pint, or what they call a swig. Enjoy the live music that is played as you pass these traditional cobbled streets to take pleasure in the rest of Dublin and what it has to offer.
Up north of Ireland tells tales of its darker history. Belfast, the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, offers us the rural side of the country. Enjoy the scenic and natural attractions of Belfast from the Giantâ€™s Causeway which are hexagonal rocks that are on a sloping angle into the waters, this natural formation is located in the northern part of Belfast. Another natural attraction is the rural fishing villages that give you the feel of the culture of Belfast is. But though rural, the modern architecture of their City hall and their busy Metropolitan Area wonâ€™t make you forget how modern and up to date they are too.
Regardless of where you are in Ireland may it be in the busiest streets of Dublin or the quiet and quaint town of Belfast, there are really some adventure you can do for you and your loved ones. From the exciting Volvo Ocean Race, peaceful Lakelands, escorted tours for a ready and relaxing adventure, their food, music, arts and festivals and anything else they can find a reason to drink beer with.
Historic Ireland is rich of traditions, stories and modern day adventures, whatever suits you and the one youâ€™re traveling with, get your dream holiday in Ireland: discover it â€“ find it â€“ experience it!