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There are plenty of places to see and visit in Ireland. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Ireland is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions in Ireland

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    1

    Torc Waterfall

    Hiking Highlight

    Torc Waterfall is located in the heart of Killarney National Park and is within easy walking distance. The highest fall height is 18m. A worthwhile destination for any hike (for …

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    Cliffs of Moher Trail

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    The Cliffs of Moher are a true classic among the natural wonders of Ireland. A must-see for every tourist. Despite the rush, it is worth visiting (preferably before 12 or …

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    Carrauntoohill

    Hiking Highlight

    The Carrauntoohil is with 1,038m the highest mountain in Ireland. Perched on top of a 2014 newly built wooden cross from where you have in beautiful weather, a fantastic view …

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    Diamond Hill

    Hiking Highlight

    Diamond Hill (Irish: Binn Ghuaire, "Guaire's summit") stands out with its 442m prominently between the Ballinakill Harbor in the west and the Twelve Bens mountain range in the east. It …

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    Glendalough

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    Historical monuments and legends. A visit will be worth it in any case. A comparable place but with far fewer tourists is the southwestern site of Saint Declain.

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    Muckross House

    Hiking Highlight

    Spacious park in Killarney National Park

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    Way along the Muckross Lake

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    nice way back from Dinis Cottage, where you can go by small boat for 10 € per person

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    Dublin - Howth Cliffwalk

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    Beautiful path along the cliffs of Howth. There are 4 signposted (circular) hiking trails from the harbor, which are of different length. Partly the way is quite narrow.

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    Temple Bar

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    Through the cobblestone streets you can go for a stroll and enjoy a meal in one of the restaurants or pubs. Incidentally, the whole district is a pedestrian zone. Often, …

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    Cliffs of Moher

    Hiking Highlight

    If you want a little quieter you should either dodge to the southern parking lot or continue to the north-east.

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    Entlang der rauen Atlantikküste

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    The Coastal Path from Doolin towards the Cliffs of Moher leads directly along the cliffs. Especially in rough, windy weather - as is so often the case in Ireland - …

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    Doolin

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    The town of Doolin is commonly known as THE center for traditional Irish music. Once a year (usually in June) the "Doolin Folk Festival" takes place here. Over three days, …

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    Christ Church Cathedral

    Hiking Highlight

    Imposing church in the middle of Dublin. A visit from the inside costs entrance.

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    Mullagh More

    Hiking Highlight

    Here you walk almost alone. There are several well marked trails, we did the blue. The entire trail is rocky, sometimes you even have to climb. As it rained heavily …

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    Croagh Patrick

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    Saint Patrick once climbed to the top of this mountain to fast for 40 days. During this time, he built a chapel and drove out the snakes of Ireland by …

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    The north of Ireland is rough and secluded - and gives it its own very original charm. Located in the extreme northwest of the Republic of Ireland, the Slieve League …

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    17

    Boardwalk

    Hiking Highlight

    The tour with the spectacular views leads over a boardwalk. Former railway planks prepare the way, so that one comes dry foot through this breathtaking moorland and moorland.

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    Guinness Storehouse

    Hiking Highlight

    The Guinness Storehouse is a museum in Dublin, Ireland, about the 250-year history of Guinness Beer. The history of Arthur Guinness, the manufacturing process, distribution channels and all types of …

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    19

    Ashford Castle

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    Built in 1228, the medieval castle Ashford Castle now houses an exclusive 5-star hotel. Its most famous guests include King George V, Queen Mary, John Lennon, Oscar Wilde, Ronald Reagan, …

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    Devil's Ladder

    Hiking Highlight

    The Devil's Ladder is one of the standard routes for climbing Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain (1,038m). What looks remotely like a landslide or boulder field is actually the most direct …

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