Discover Ireland's Cities | Dublin, Cork & Galway

Discover Ireland's Cities | Dublin, Cork & Galway

Read below and pick your perfect city break for when life gets back to normal!

From Dublin, the cosmopolitan capital city of Ireland, to the bustling streets of Cork, to the bohemian city of Galway on the Wild Atlantic Way... Ireland’s cities have so much to offer!

1. Dublin

Packed with buzzing pubs, award winning tourist attractions, gastronomic gems and friendly locals - Dublin has been named Europe's friendliest city twice by TripAdvisor! Our favourite tourist attractions are The Guinness Storehouse and Trinity College. The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s number one visitor attraction and has 7 floors to explore! Enjoy the panoramic views of Dublin from the Gravity Bar, dive into the history of Guinness and enjoy the taste of Guinness. Another must see attraction is Trinity College, home to the Book of Kells and the Long Room library, one of Europe’s most specular libraries.

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2. Cork

Cork is a small, compact city which can be explored by foot, in terms of sightseeing The English Market and Cork City Gaol are the most popular tourist attractions. The English market has been named “best covered market in the UK and Ireland". It has over 50 stalls selling goods like bread, fish, cheese and fruit and vegetables. Cork City is also famous for Jazz Fest, Ireland’s biggest jazz festival which is an annual music festival which attractions hundreds of musicians and thousands of people every year!



3. Galway

Named one of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 cities in the world to visit, located on the Wild Atlantic Way, Galway is best known for its art and creativity. There has never been a better year to visit Galway, it has also been chosen as European Capital of Culture for 2020, with so many cultural events to enjoy like theatre, literature, music, dance, film, heritage, sport and food, it’s a city not to be missed!

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