A trip to Ireland is like stepping into a fantasy world. So what is it that makes the Emerald Isle so special? Dramatic seaside cliffs, rolling green hills dotted with sheep as far as the eye can see, and 15th century castles that glow in the light of the setting sun, just to name a few. Also, it’s green. Very, very green. But don’t take our word for it, let the pictures do the talking.
Ready to find your pot at the end of the rainbow, sip on real Guinness in authentic pubs, and discover the many shades of green of Ireland? We’re ready to welcome you!
Dublin International YHA is housed in a former convent school and retains some of its original features, including the converted church where breakfast is served instead of confession. You can take advantage of discounted rates on tours and attractions all over Dublin city such as the Guinness Storehouse, Croke Park GAA Museum, and Glasnevin Cemetery.
Situated in Glendalough National Park, Glendalough International Youth Hostel provides the comfort of en-suites in every room, offers bicycle rental and storage for exploring the surrounding areas, and is equipped with a BBQ for grilling up dinner after a long day of soaking up the Irish landscape.
Sleep in a 17th century mansion set in 75 acres of lawns and forests, overlooking the Lakes of Killarney and the Macguillycuddy’s Reeks at Killarney International – Co Kerry YHA. Enjoy boat trips or kayaking on the lakes, horse riding in the park, rock climbing or hiking in the surrounding area.
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