Quaint pubs, a cozy, mystical atmosphere, river dancing, clover green meadows and a lot of sheeps - these are associations that will probably be floating around in many people's heads when the name "Ireland" comes up. The country, also known as the Emerald Island because of its many green cliffs, hills and valleys, is definitely a must-see destination!​

The Irish are said to have an exceptionally high level of hospitality and the almost 85,000 m² island is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world - Ireland can undoubtedly withstand this reputation. Culture and nature are closely linked – embark on a day trip along the spectacular coastline in Dublin holding a cool Guinness in an authentic pub with traditional Irish live music reflects this link perfectly.

Ireland, the land of myths and legends, with its many mysterious burial mounds and castle ruins, offers a lot of adventurous routes. UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the "Brú na Bóinne" landscape area, the "Skellig Michael" island and the "Giant's Causeway" are just few visits to complete the travel experience of Ireland.

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The towns and villages of Northern Ireland each have their own individual charm. Armagh - also known as the "spiritual capital of Ireland" due to St. Patrick - or the artistic city of Lisburn with its 18th-century cityscape are definitely worth a visit. The small town of Newry, whose history goes back over 850 years, or Belfast, the building site of the world-famous Titanic.

Fun fact: more footage of the legendary Game of Thrones series was filmed in Northern Ireland than anywhere else in the world!


Dublin is both the capital and the largest city in the country. It is not without reason that Dublin is the most visited destination in Ireland, notorious for its friendly residents, traditionally atmospheric music and extremely lively and harmonious atmosphere.

Famous sights and attractions such as the brewery "Guinness Storehouse" or the impressive library of the Trinity College with the more than 1000 year old "Book of Kells" should not be missed when visiting Dublin


Particularly fascinating are the cities of Shannon, Galway and Cork as well as the Kerry - Southern Ireland district, offer a multitude of culturally attractive cities and endless panoramic landscapes.

The breathtaking "Cliffs of Moher" and probably the most beautiful peninsula in Ireland "Dingle" are also in the south of Ireland - a region that will truly impress travelers.


The western part of Ireland beholds a variety of famous sights - the "Wild Atlantic Way", which leads through an impressive coastal landscape, the charming monastery "Kylemore Abbey" and the rocky coastline "Flaggy Shore", which is littered with fossils that are several million years old.

Western Ireland is above all a true paradise for those seeking tranquility, nature lovers and active holidaymakers.