Top 5 tourist attractions in Ireland

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Cliffs of Moher

An impressive visual spectacle, the Cliffs of Moher sit astride the striking landscape of the Burren on one side and the Wild Atlantic Ocean on the other. The majesty of this landform stretches over a length of 14 km and was formed 320 million years ago.

Things to do:

- have a walk on the paved pathways and enjoy the spectacular vistas over sea, land and sky.

- view the activity of the 30,000 pairs of seabirds that nest at the cliffs during the breeding season.

- book a  guided visit and ask for the tour that alows you to view the cliffs from three primary viewing platforms

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Dublin Castle

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One of the most important buildings in Irish history, the Dublin Castle was the seat of English, and later British rule in Ireland From 1204 until 1922. Originally  a medieval fortress, the old castle was constructed on elevated ground once occupied by an earlier Viking settlement. After a major fire caused severe damage to much of the building in April 1684, a campaign of rebuilding in the late-seventeenth and eighteenth centuries saw the Castle transformed from a medieval bastion into a Georgian palace.

Things to do:

- you can book a tour to visit the excavation site of Viking and medieval Dublin, the Gothic Chapel Royal and the splendour of the former viceregal State Apartments.

- you can visit one of the periodic art exhibitions on display

Kylemore Abbey 

Kylemore Castle was built in 1868 as a private home for the family of Mitchell Henry, a wealthy doctor from London. The Gothic Catle is of impressive size, being placed on the edge of a lake that on clear days reflects its overwhelming beauty in the mirror of the water. The Estate includes large walled Victorian Gardens. Since the 1970s these have been open for public tours and nature walks. 

Things to do:

- visit the restored rooms of the Abbey to step back in time and learn about the lives of those who lived, worked, and prayed in this beautiful building

- enjoy a self-guided tour of the castle

- take a walk in the beautiful gardens sourunding the castle.

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Salt cave paradise

A location dedicated to salt therapy where you can bathe in salt water or spend time in areas with salt walls and salt beaches dedicated to halotherapy. 

The salt used in all the treatments and in the saltwater pools comes from the therapeutical salt mines in Praid, Transylvania. The salt is 100% organic, unprocessed salt, free of chemicals. 

Things to do:

- take a bath in a salt pool and enjoy the benfits ao salt water for your skin a muscles.

- enjoy a halotherapy sesion and emprove your breathing while boosting your immune sistem.

- relax with a SPA sesion, with sauna and salt therapy.

Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse is a tourist attraction at St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin. Visiting the storehouse you can explore the story of Guinness across the seven floors of the building that are surrounding a glass atrium shaped in the form of a pint of Guinness. At the last floor you can take in the 360 views of Dublin city from Gravity Bar, while drinking a pint Guinness.

Things to do:

- taste the most iconic beer of Ireland at it`s home place.

-order a pint featuring your selfie on the head of the black and white stout.

- learn about the process of making beer, sample the most popular Guiness beers and learn how to pour your own pint.

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