Dublin

Ireland's capital street

Dublin lies on eastern coast of Ireland, not more then 100 km from Englands coast, just across the Irish sea. So no wonder most of the visitor will come to the city by air or sea. Dublin is also a port and 3 main ferry routes are coming here from Wales, Scotland and England. Of course it’s easier to flew here by plane as it will take you not even one hour from most of the British airports. Island of Ireland is divided in two parts. Northern Ireland lies on…

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National University of Ireland

National University of Ireland was established in the year 1845. It uses the Motto “With the favour of God”, which reminds us that strength is knowledge. Over 17.000 students are attending the scholarship at this university now, which is a lot compared to only 97 in first year. Especially if we know that there was almost 40 professors. This is one of the best universities, ranked as the top 2% of universities in the world. Nelson Mandela was a honorable visitor of the university in the year 2003. The community…

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Galway

Image of Cliff of Mohar

A true Irish cityLocated in the western part of central Ireland, Galway is one of those small romantic cities with a true Irish atmosphere. The city is also known as The City Of Tribes because of its early history when it was ruled by a collection of families. The city has its own port that by itself is an attraction. Peaceful settings and beautiful open panoramic views make it all that much attractive. Although Galway has some beaches that can be enjoyed, but they tend to be a bit crowds…

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Killarney

Photo of one of the main venues in Killarney

Full of natural beauty Found in the far south of Ireland is the city of Killarney. The city is well known for its national park called Killarney National Park and its Lakes of Killarney, a huge scenic attraction made up of 3 lakes. Killarney actually has been a tourist city since the 18th century and with good reason. The city enjoys a beautiful location next to the huge lakes of Lough Leane, Muckross Lake and others. There are many hotels situated around the lakes, overlooking them and you can go…

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Ireland

Ireland sits west of United Kingdom, north of Spain and south of Iceland. The country is famed for its unspoiled nature and beautiful sights. In fact so much that it has became to be known as Emerald Island. What’s important to understand is that Northern Ireland is a part of United Kingdom with its capital Dublin while the Irish Republic’ main city is Belfast. The island as a whole has been populated for over 9000 years and at the beginning of the 9th century many Viking invaders from today’s Norway,…

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