Ireland, a Haven for Honeymooners

There is nothing more romantic than spending yoImage result for Ireland, a Haven for Honeymoonersur first trip away as man and wife, amid the green hills of Ireland. The beauty of the scenery is something quite out of the ordinary and the contrast between the hilly monstrosities and the rocky outcrops glistening like half-hidden diamonds is something to behold. While Ireland does provide plenty of cultural learning and exploratory opportunities with the bountiful castles in the region, it is also a hive of nightlife in the city centres.

Ring of Kerry and The Southern Sights

County Clare is where your journey will begin. Take a glorious drive through the Burren and gaze in awe at the rich, abundant alpine trees that grow in the area and share in the wonder of the Mediterranean species that have made this limestone region their home. Bordered by Galway Bay and the Atlantic Ocean in the west, this is one of the most beautiful parts of the country. On your way to Kenmare, stop in and pay the famous Ring of Kerry a visit before making your way to Cork and the Blarney Castle where you will get a chance to kiss the Blarney Stone. Head east to Waterford and experience the magnificence of the crystals that inhabit the area.

Dublin, Alive and Vibrant

The city is one that is quite modern in some aspects, however, you will always find a touch of history or old Ireland in the midst of it all. Quaint villages with cobbled stone walkways are scattered throughout. Take a guided tour or explore on your own. Georgian Square, gorgeous parks, and the infamous Book of Kells that lies in Trinity College are all there for you to discover. Newgrange will give you an insight into a prehistoric era that has long since been forgotten. Experience the restaurants, nightlife, casinos and the hospitality of a vibrant, outspoken nation who will make you feel right at home.