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Dublin Ireland travel itinerary- Places to see

This page gives information on Ireland Travel Itinerary and places to see.

Good news is Ireland/Dublin is a short flight away from England. There are plenty of flights from various airports in England and Scotland to take you to Dublin. What is also interesting is:

Irish Short-stay Visa Waiver Programme

The Irish Short-stay Visa Waiver programme, valid until October 2016, means that bearers of a valid UK ‘C’ general visa to enter the UK for a short-term visit up to 180 days who want to travel from there to Ireland will not require an additional visa for Ireland. “General visas” (C Visa) cover the short-term visit, tourist and business visitors.

Dublin is an underestimated tourist location as compared to its neighbor – the UK, however, tourism to Dublin has grown especially people who have already seen continental Europe. The itinerary that I followed was for 4 days. These are the places to see in Ireland:

Northern IrelandNorthern Ireland Travel Guide

Northern Ireland packs in the attractions with a rich cultural heritage, striking scenery and a sweep of stunning coastline

Visit the Counties

Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone

Belfast, Londonderry City, Newry City, Lisburn City, Armagh City

South Coast:

Cork City, Kilkenny City, and Waterford City

The West Coast

Headway out West for wild landscapes and a sublime coastline rushing in from the Atlantic

Visit the Counties

Clare, Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Limerick, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo, Offaly, Tipperary

Galway City, Limerick City

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