Ireland is a distinct combination of several years of history and culture along with the picturesque landscapes across the country. People planning to visit Ireland need to do some preparation as they are spoiled with multiple choices. A perfect trip to Ireland would involve mixing culture and nature in an appropriate amount. Ireland has many designated World Heritage sites.
One can straightly head to Boyne Valley in County Meath as it contains stunning historic sites and tremendous assets. The massive megalithic ancient passage tombs are older than the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. One of the tombs called “Newgrange” is Ireland’s infamous prehistoric site which was built about 5,000 years ago.
Boyne Valley has many other archaeological marvels, which should not be missed! Next, on the list are the “Ring of Kerry” and “The Cliffs of Moher” that paint a surreal picture of nature right before your eyes. Standing at above 702 feet over the gigantic Atlantic Ocean, Cliffs of Moher gives a view of the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, The Twelve Pins and the Maum Turk Mountains. It is complete transcendence because the windswept cliffs, several water bodies like river, ponds and lake, lush green environment and unspoiled beaches are all inspiring! When you stand at such a height, it is particularly fascinating to notice the several patterns and colors of the ocean ranging from sky blue to turquoise.
After such a transforming experience, indulging in a nice meal at the end of the day makes living life extraordinary and you will have multi-cuisine dining options available in the land of Irish folks! If you have your life in busy cities than visiting Aran Islands is quite an interesting option as the whole idea of doing a cycling tour on an island is beyond exciting! Once you have tried to soak as much natural beauty as you could, head to Dublin to view the largest church in Ireland called St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Once you are in Dublin, definitely experience its pub culture before you take off to another destination.