Interesting Places to Visit in Ireland
English writer Edward Dubois first referred to Ireland as “God’s Country” in 1807. Specifically, he was referring to the Wicklow Mountains.
The unofficial capital of Irish traditional music is little more than a small, single street and a couple of little pubs and yet, more often than not visitors find themselves captivated, ensnared by its charm and reluctant to leave too quickly.
This medieval castle is by far one of the most beautiful castles in Ireland. It has been standing for over 800 years and once belonged to the Guinness family.