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Emerald green Ireland makes for a “northern style” seaside vacation. It is home to many medieval castles and a delicious cuisine famous for its stew. Ireland invites you to the cosy city of Dublin, Cork’s clubs and bars, and hiking trails (including the Kerry Way), as well as providing horse riding and active leisure opportunities.

Five-sixths of the island belong to the Republic of Ireland, while Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom. Plains in the middle of the island are surrounded by coastal highlands. For a long time now, Europeans have held the country to be a perfect holiday destination, the main reasons being tasty beer, wild nature and a noble history. Besides, Ireland is loved by foreign students of different specialities, and allows them to practise their English skills here. The country’s universities are often rated alongside the best in the world.

However, travellers are attracted to Ireland not only because of Dublin’s bars and picturesque seashore cliffs – this country has also preserved mysterious prehistoric places and breathtaking natural sights. The remote Carrantuohill Peak and the wild fields of Donegal County, the rushing waves of the Atlantic Ocean and the majestic Glendalough Valley are just a few undiscovered places in Ireland that will amaze even experienced travellers. Art lovers will be impressed as well – Ireland is proud not only of its classical theatre plays, but also of the manic rock parties held in Limerick.

The Cliffs of Moher are among the most visited places in the country that radiate its true spirit. These high cliffs stretch along the Atlantic coast for eight kilometres. On one of the cliffs stands the round O’Brien Tower, the view from which extends from Galway Bay to the Twelve Bens mountain range.

The republic is known for the hospitality of its people. A foreigner will not only find help in a tricky situation, but will also receive earnest care and a sincere smile. The secret to this national trait is simple – Irish people feel well only when the people next to them are happy and content. Friendliness is truly synonymous with Ireland.

In Europe, Ireland is sometimes called a small country with a big reputation. Here, no one cares about who you are, where you come from, or what political views and income you have. The most important thing is to be able to celebrate the moment cheerfully and freely, be it with a pint of ale, glass of whiskey or a cup of Irish coffee in your hand.

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