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The Battle of the Boyne is one of the most significant events in Irish history fought between King William III and his father-in-law King James II July 1690.
Drogheda is a great base to explore an area which has the highest concentration of internationally important archaeology sites in Ireland. (The Boyne Valley)
Kildare Village situated in the heart of Ireland’s horse-racing country, Kildare Village is home to over 80 designer boutiques and is designed to capture the charm and scale of the region’s stud farms.
Charming Medieval Village. Carlingford is situated on the East Coast of Ireland, in the heart of the Cooley Peninsula.
Newgrange was constructed over 5,000 years ago (about 3,200 B.C.), making it older than Stonehenge in England and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.
Largest Norman castle in Ireland,situated on the River Boyne in Trim, County Meath. With an area of 30,000 m², it was built by Hugh de Lacy.
The Titanic Experience is located in the heart of Belfast at the former Harland & Wolff shipyard, where RMS Titanic was built in 1912.
Follow the stunning Causeway Coastal Route, and visit some of the most recognisable filming locations,steeped in local myth and legend.
The Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland’s most famous landmark and a World Heritage Site. It takes its name from the legends of Finn MacCool.
The Gobbins is a cliff-face path at Islandmagee,on the Causeway Coastal Route. It runs across bridges, past caves and through a tunnel,along The Gobbins cliffs.
Connemara, situated at the very edge of Europe,experience the natural beauty of one of Ireland’s most iconic destinatations.
Kylemore Abbey & Gardens. Nestled in the heart of County Galway,is the ideal destination for a day out in Connemara.
On the west coast of Ireland The Cliffs Of Moher are one of the most outstanding coastal features of Ireland.They ascend to over 700 feet (213 metres)
Glendalough is a glacial valley in County Wicklow, Ireland, renowned for an Early Medieval Monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin.
Malahide Castle parts of which date to the 12th century lies close to the village of Malahide, nine miles (14 km) north of Dublin in Ireland.