Description: RING OF KERRY is a trip not to be missed if you visit Co. Kerry. Starting from Killarney via Killorglin the Ring of Kerry offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Ireland. This trip takes around 4 hours to complete and there are fantastic photo opportunities around every bend.
Description: CLIFFS OF MOHER are spectacular sea cliffs on the west coast of Clare along the wild Atlantic way, they stand approx 700ft at the highest point. From O Brien's Tower, you can see the Aran Islands to the west on a clear day and surrounding countryside north, south and east as far as the eye can see.
Description: NATIONAL PARK in Galway is one of six parks in Ireland where the Irish language is still spoken in everyday life. This is also where the world famous Connemara ponies come from. Kylemore Abbey home of the Benedictine nuns who came here after world war one from Belgium. The abbey is part of the Kylemore castle in Connemara built in 1868.
Description: GUINNESS STOREHOUSE at St James gate Dublin is one of the main attractions in Dublin. It has approx 4 million visitors a year. Guinness was founded by Arthur Guinness in 1759 when he took a 9,000 year lease on the four-acre brewery site at St James gate.
Description: GLENDALOUGH AND POWERSCOURT are situated in Co. Wicklow in Irelands ancient trail. Glendalough was founded in medieval times by St Kevin, it is set in the beautiful surrounds of the Wicklow mountains and is hugely popular with tourists from all over the world. Nearby Powerscourt House and Gardens were initially the 13th-century castle but is now a large country house and gardens covering around 47 acres, the gardens were created in the mid-1800s. The Slazenger sports family currently owns the estate. The house was destroyed by fire in 1974 and restored in 1996.
Description: TITANIC BELFAST is a visitor attraction on the site of the former Harland & Wolff Ship Yard where the Titanic was built. As well as a Museum where it tells the story of the ill-fated White Star Liner which sank on its maiden voyage in 1912, it also houses a Conference Centre, gift shop and restaurants. It attracts over 800, 000 visitors a year.
Description: GIANTS CAUSEWAY on the North Antrim coast is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the World and the centrepiece of the coastal causeway route. This magnificent rock formation was formed by volcanic activity 50 million years ago. There is a similar formation across the sea in Scotland 75 miles away.
Description: TRINITY COLLEGE is a research University in Dublin founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, it is Ireland"s oldest surviving University and is among the most elite in Europe. The book of kells believed to be created around 800ad can be found on display in the library of Ireland's greatest treasures.