min. 147.6 ft
max. 2021 ft
The Rock of Cashel is one of the most spectacular and visited tourist attractions in Ireland . It combines Ireland's long heritage and the hallmarks of...
Not only is the Guinness Storehouse the most popular tourist attraction in Dublin, but also in the whole of Ireland. No wonder, it is, after all, about...
In 1890, the National Museum of Ireland was founded in Dublin. It offers four fascinating sections that are located in different places across Ireland's capital city. Apart from...
The Cliffs of Moher are directly on the Wild Atlantic Way, the longest designated coastal route in the world, on the southwest coast of Ireland in County...
Mizen Head is the southern tip of Ireland and extends dramatically into the wild Atlantic Ocean with its sea cliffs. On the Mizen Peninsula is the Mizen...
Not far from the Killarney National Park in County Kerry in Ireland is the Gap of Dunloe located. It is a narrow pass between Macgillycuddy's Reeks in the west and Purple Mountain...
min. 105 ft
max. 1742.1 ft
National Aquatic Centre in Dublin is not only one of the most exciting attractions in Ireland, it is also among the biggest swimming pools in the world. It is the...
min. 9.8 ft
max. 2155.5 ft
South of Dublin, in the 500-hectare Avondale Forest Park , the Avondale Treetop Walk leads up into the crowns of more than 100 tree species. Between...