posted on Mar, 13 2019 @ 04:43 PM
I live in Ireland!!
Ring of Kerry, go out on the boat to see the dolphins, the McGillycuddy Reeks (Highest mountains in Ireland) aren't far from Cork if you're into
hiking, there's the Foto Wildlife Park in Cork, very good open spaced place, Cobh Beach in Cork is one of the best around. I'm not sure about small
scale stuff outside of the middle of Ireland where I live (Haunted Castles, ruins etc). The rock of Cashel is a big hit with history buffs, Limerick
is a beautiful city, I'm told, but I've never been up that way. If your going to Galway you have to see Connemara, there's a remote town in the middle
of nowhere called Cliffden, very nice spot. Many people have said that Galway would have been the capital once if it had been more accessible, but
much of the West side of Ireland is remote, lesser roads, etc. The art musuems in Dublin are great, I've seen Da Vincis work there, Monet, Rembrandt,
etc etc. There's two very close to eachother, and I'd advise using the Luas, a type of train that doesnt cost much, 6-7 euro a go i think. There's the
Viking tour in Dublin, a viking bus/boat drives around the city centre and takes a dip in the water too. The wax musuem in Dublin, Phoneix park,
dublin zoo... you sound like you won't be near here, but Wicklow is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
If i think of anything else ill add it in.
P.S. I hope you and your partner aren't susceptible to alcohol poisoning.