Ireland is a gorgeous country with friendly citizens and lots of areas to explore. Many travelers stick to Dublin, Cork or Belfast when they visit, but there are many cute and charming towns in between these major cities that should not be ignored. The best way to see all these places is to rent a car and do a road trip through Ireland. This is a great way to make travel memories that are memorable and off the beaten path. Ireland is a safe and easy country to navigate, so it’s a perfect trip for firs- time travelers as well as more experienced travelers.
The coastline of Ireland is great to explore with a car; there are tons of castles, cliffs and caves that make for gorgeous photos when it’s a clear day. The Cliffs of Moher is an excellent place to make a stop and admire the water crashing against the steep cliffs. It’s hard to put into words how beautiful these cliffs are and most photos don’t do it justice.
Continue driving around the west coast of Ireland and stop at the Doolin Cave for a unique adventure. It’s about 10 flights of stairs down to get to the cave but worth the walk. The inside of the cave is beautiful with many limestone structures. It’s home to the longest, free-hanging stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere. Tours here cost less than €20 and it’s worth having a guide to navigate the cave and explain how it came to be formed this way.
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