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Thinking of going to Ireland for a short break been to Dublin before but fancy somewhere different where would you recommend

Bossclaz
1 month ago
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Loislane
Loislane1 month ago

Never been to Ireland but would love to visit x

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MartinBluck
MartinBluck1 month ago

I went to Dublin with my girlfriend last year, we had a great time. Very friendly people. We're thinking about going to Belfast at some point.

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Dani1
Dani11 month ago

Hi Bossclaz Dublin is great so have had plenty of fun times there. Connemara (Galway) and Dingle (Kerry) are stunning. Derry is brilliant too 😍☘️

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

Have you considered Northern Ireland? The North Coast is amazing. Drive around it from Belfast to Derry.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn1 month ago

Ballyshannon in Donegal was lovely. I spent 4 nights there. Good access to different tourist places using Ballyshannon as a base. Waterford looked nice through the coach window but I had a terrible migraine and had to stay in my hotel room in the dark and missed going out and exploring. Travelling the whole length of the Wild Atlantic Way is great and there are many small little villages along it. Depends if you want big towns if so Cork and Kerry. Kerry has the racecourse in Kilarney and of course the ring of Kerry which is stunning if the weather is right. I prefered the small places as I'm not too keen on towns and cities as I get older.

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angemski
angemski1 month ago

Cork was voted the third friendliest city in the world by one publication - voted on by people around the world. I'd be happy to take the recommendation. (Dublin would be another choice as I haven't been)

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lornaae
lornaae1 month ago

I went to Dublin in December and loved it! Have heard Belfast and Cobh are both really nice!!

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chelseaturpin
chelseaturpin1 month ago

I love Dublin in the winter months.

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loveglitches
loveglitches1 month ago

galway and clifs of moher

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly251 month ago

If it is a city break you are after, Cork or Galway. You can fly to Knock or Shannon airport for Galway and then either hire a car or get a bus to Galway. Cork city is close to the airport and again, you could hire a car or use public transport. If you hire a car and have time, visit Kinsale and Cobh - both beautiful coast towns.

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly251 month ago

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn1 month ago

If you fly into Knock, do go to the knock Shrine. I found it very funny. I've never been anywhere less 'holy' in my life. The shops around the shrine selling every kind of religious tack were great for all the wrong reasons. holy water on tap at the knock shrine. Buy or bring bottle and fill up. I gave several out as gifts. Then again, I have a strange sense of humour

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