Top 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL Places in IRELAND | Essential Irish Travel Guide ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช



Traveling to Ireland or Northern Ireland? From Dublin to Belfast and everything in between, these are the Top 10 Essential Things to Do on the island of Ireland.

22 thoughts on “Top 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL Places in IRELAND | Essential Irish Travel Guide ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช

  1. Eurojee Jarina says:

    *Buy an all day Dart ticket and take the dart from Howth to Greystones, you can hop on and off at any stop in between it. And you must visit Dun Laoghaire.

    *I will definitely not spend money in Temple Bar – Just take a selfie and pictures.

    *if you are looking for a bite. Try Catch 22 around Clarendon St. Fantastic seafood and for me the chowder is amazing.
    By the way I have lived in Ireland for 15 years.

  2. TheInFeature says:

    Being from Belfast – this video is so well researched and put together. Great round up of all the best attractions and sights to see! Glad you guys enjoyed your time in Ireland ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ชโ˜˜๏ธ

  3. animation girl says:

    VISIT DINGLE!!!! it's amazing I'm from kildare but I go there to visit friends if you do Dingle Bay has 2 Murphys (ice cream place) and has kool scoops (another ice cream place) it's amazing you can go see fungi which it one of the oldest dolphins in the world!! There is an amazing aquerium and lots more!

  4. DUBLINTV says:

    80% of the REPUBLIC of Ireland is NOT in the South. The most northern part of Ireland is in the REPUBLIC- You guys were actually in County DONEGAL which is in the North of Ireland but not "Northern Ireland" as Northern Ireland is mostly the North East portion of the island of Ireland and yes a political entity that is part of the UK. Whereas the REPUBLIC of Ireland is 26 of the 32 Counties and covers North, South, East and West of Ireland. Otherwise this is an excellent video.

  5. Kamlesh Bhatt says:

    You guys were so cool in this video. In a comprehensive yet interesting manner you explained all that would count to make this video good. Congrats to both… I am planning a visit to Ireland next Spring season and this video will certainly help.

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