Ireland Travel Guide3 Oct 2013

Ireland Travel Guide

We spent one of our last summer holidays making a journey through Ireland which lasted more than 2 weeks. It was a route full of castles and abbeys, Celtic crosses, mysterious engraved stones, cliffs, prehistoric cemeteries, narrow roads and some traditional pubs. For the next days (and weeks) we’re going to write in Phylosoft about our particular Ireland travel guide, describing you our route, the points of interest that we visited and our thoughts and

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Tourism in Ireland. Useful information8 Oct 2013

Tourism in Ireland. Useful information

While we were preparing our route and as we were traveling around Ireland, we collected a lot of information about what to do, which places you should visit, the prices of the tickets, how to go from one place to another, which roads are there… In this post we’ll give you some tips about things that helped us before and during the trip, and some other things we already know that can be useful for

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Stage 1. Dublin9 Oct 2013

Stage 1. Dublin

Our starting point in our travel by Ireland was Dublin, where we spent the first day and half, before beginning our road trip. In these first hours we visited the Tourism Office, Trinity College and its library including the famous Book of Kells, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Christ Church, and we also walked around Temple Bar, the pubs area more “touristic-traditional” of the city.

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Stage 3. Kilkenny – Kinsale13 Oct 2013

Stage 3. Kilkenny – Kinsale

To begin this third stage we visited Kilkenny Castle and its gardens, and we walked a while in this medieval village. After that we spent a long time in the astonishing Rock of Cashel and its neighbour Hore Abbey, and then we headed to Cahir Castle, from where we went to the end of the stage, in Kinsale.

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