Dublin is home to plenty to do for history lovers, nightlife lovers, nature lovers, and everyone in between.
For nature lovers looking to stay around Dublin and its environs, look no further than Howth Head. Pictured above is the Baily Lighthouse at the edge of Howth Head.
Along the River Nore in County Kilkenny is the beautiful old Kilkenny Castle, a 12th-century fortification still excellently preserved to this day.
These sea cliffs, running a bit under nine miles on the Western edge of Ireland, have made their way into vacation packages and postcards since time immemorial.
Cork is an unusual city. Its city center is an island positioned amidst two channels of the River Lee that converge downstream.
Limerick is an excellent place to visit, with several well worth seeing attractions and a highly notable nightlife that includes live music, jamming, and ubiquitous dancing.