St Patricks Day; 4 reasons to visit Ireland

Our beloved Ireland, home to the Fairies, Leprechauns & Shamrocks, I visited Dublin a little earlier in the year and fell in love with the mystique and charm of the country. Here at my 4 reasons why you should add Ireland to your travel journals for 2015.
1. Guinness- Irelands favourite tipple and consumed worldwide. Visit the Guinness Storehouse situated at St James Gate Brewery, Dublin. The attraction now welcomes over 1million visitors each year. Tourists flock to discover the history and experience hands on the process of creating the perfect pint. Whilst you’re here you’ll learn how to pull the perfect pint and even sample your produce.
2. Giant’s Causeway – The only NUESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland! Emerge yourself in Tradition Irish Folklore and discover the tales of how the Causeway was created by Giant Finn McCool, legend reveals all there is to know about this fantastic attraction.

3. Titanic Belfast – the birthplace of the Titanic is a must see. Discover the history surrounding the most famous cruise liner and relive your own Jack & Rose moment!

4. Blarney Stone – Why do people even kiss the Blarney Stone? I thought it was for luck but turns out it brings you the ‘gift of the gab’ something I don’t really need! Never the less one famous amongst both the Irish and Tourists! Visit Cork to experience for yourself.
Also see my article on Dublin specifically if you are planning on visiting here.

Rebekah xx

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9 thoughts on “St Patricks Day; 4 reasons to visit Ireland

  1. Anca says:

    The Giant’s Causeway is so impressive and Guinness is delicious, good reasons x

  2. I have always wanted to go to Ireland as that is where my grandad came from on my mothers side. Some lovely reasons here why to visit!

    Rachel xx

  3. I’ve always wanted to visit Ireland. It alway looks so beautiful in the photographs I’ve seen.

  4. Kayleigh says:

    Fab post! Def gonna read your little article too 🙂 can’t wait to go!!

    Kay x

  5. I absolutely love Ireland and found the people so incredibly welcoming and friendly when I visited. As well as Dublin, it’s so worth getting out and about and seeing some of the wonderful countryside that Ireland has to offer. A truly beautiful country.

  6. I really want to take my little boy as he is obsessed with Titanic, so this would be our perfect place to visit.


  7. Emma White says:

    I have to admit that Ireland isnt somewhere I have ever visited although would love to. I have tasted Guinness and really don’t like it, so wouldn’t be having any of that.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    The Giant’s Causeway is on my bucket list of places I’d like to see before I die. I did have the pleasure of visiting Ireland once, but it was a whirlwind drive through with family. I’d love to go again.

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