Ireland, the "Emerald Isle" you can't miss

Known as the Emerald Isle, Ireland, a culturally rich territory has announced its reopening this summer, which means the possibilities of us spending our summer vacations there have increased. This country, famous for plenty of things, including its friendly environment, and its wide history, has a lot of things to offer for the tourists that decide to visit it, so today I will give you a guide of just a few things to do and go in this magnificent country.

  • Dublin

The capital city of the Republic of Ireland is not to miss; with a vibrant environment, your first stop should be here. Famous for its colorful dors, historic architecture, charming streets, and the opportunity to experience firsthand the pub nightlife, this capital city has it all. Dublin also offers many cultural activities throughout the day. A quick tip, to be able to see the most, is to be aware of the many walking tours available as you'll be able to see more of the city and learn more of the history of Dublin by walking through the city with a tour guide.

These tours often are for free, but be aware that the tour guides will be expecting a tip at the end. Other things to see here are Dublin Castle, the National Gallery of Ireland, and their Guinness Storehouse. So, in summary, there's something to do for everyone all year round. Still, during summer you'll be able to see a more open life here, and it'll be easier to walk around without needing an umbrella although, I would recommend you to take one either way because, in Ireland, you never know when it will rain.

  • Cliffs of Moher

One of the most breathtaking natural wonders you'll ever see, the famous Cliffs of Moher; it is hard to find a word to describe the greatness of this place that is both equally terrifying as well as mesmerizing. This is Ireland's most visited natural attraction, and with good reason, even to those who have not been to Ireland, this is a well-known place, so when you travel to this country, make sure to take a trip here.

To get to the Cliffs of Moher, there are two options, to rent a car and drive there (which you run the risk of getting lost but still is an adventure worth taking) or take a day trip, which is highly recommended as it makes it way easier to get here, another thing you might want to take into account is the weather, it might not seem like it, but it can get very windy here (trust me on this one, be careful) so even though you'll be allowed to visit this place even with bad weather, the views won't be the same so make sure you check the weather forecast beforehand. Nevertheless, this will probably be your favorite spot in Ireland, so it's worth the adventure.

  • Ring of Kerry

This photogenic area of Irland is perfect for all my photographers out there. One of the Irelands' most famous touristic routes, and with a good reason, located at the edges of Iveragh Peninsula, this route will take you to see the most incredible Irish mountains as well as coastal views. Perfect for those planning a road trip through the island