Popular Attractions :
What better to drive around Ireland with wide range of Ireland
companies to choose from! Many Ireland Rental Car companies offer
free transport to the depot to collect your car and you can return
your car to the airport on your departure. They offer airport pick as
well as one way Rental Car services
Dublin has been rated as the most fun European
capital. There is plenty to see in this lively city: beautiful Georgian
houses and squares; the incredible Book of Kells at Trinity College;
the beautiful Celtic treasures in the National Museum; the Abbey
Theatre; Dublin Castle; the Guinness Brewery; and sites associated
with Swift, Joyce, and Yeats, including a Writers' Museum.
Some of Ireland's most fabulous and perfect coastal
landscape lies along the 112-mile-long Ring of Kerry drive, running
between Kenmare and Killorglin, southwest of Ireland. Some of the
highlights include Derrynane House, the home of Daniel O'Connell
"the Great Liberator”; the Skelling Islands; and the
medieval St. Michael's church.
The capital of Connacht, the city maintains a
very energetic music and theater tradition that comes into its own
in the July Arts Festival, music and dancing fills the streets and
with everyone drinking Guinness and eating oysters. One of the main
events during this time is an international oyster-shucking competition
that attracts participants from around the world.
Cork one of Ireland's friendliest cities, has
been compared to Dublin without the traffic, with plenty of lively
pubs, shops, and nightlife. Its beautiful port, Cobh, was the last
port of call of the Titanic, while Blarney, just north, is the site
of the famous castle and stone and on the west of Cork, lies the
old fishing village of Kinsale which is now one of Ireland's top
resorts, with the famous Old Head Golf Links on the narrow peninsula
leading out to the lighthouse.
Wicklow Mountains lies south of Dublin, less
than an hour's drive from the capital, is a wonderful place to visit,
filled with wild beauty and unusual landscapes, crisscrossed by
fine walking paths in every direction. Especially attractive are
Enniskerry, site of the Powerscourt Gardens and Waterfall; and the
Lakes at Glendalough, next to a monastery founded in the sixth century
by St. Kevin. Connemara
|The Rock of Cashel and
The Rock of Cashel is one of the famous landmarks
of Ireland, where the ancient Kings of Munster was by St. Patrick.
The Rock of Cashel is covered with the romantic ruins of a huge
cathedral, as well as one of the country's finest Romanesque works,
Cormac's Chapel. Only eight miles away, 15th-century Cahir Castle
is the largest of the period built in Ireland, and it has a canny
system of defenses; the guided tours are very colorful and explain
how they worked.
|Bunratty Castle (Family-Friendly)
Burnatty Castle lies a few miles away from Shannon
Airport near Limerick. The father of William Penn once lived in
tower house. Today the castle has been restored and furnished with
antiques to perfectly re-create the period, and sumptuous medieval
banquets are made open to the public. A folk park, around the castle,
contains the traditional houses from all over the Shannon region,
for demonstrating traditional skills from the good old days of self-sufficiency:
weaving, butter churning, and craftwork.
Book your Ireland Rental Car online and
securely. You can choose from an economic Rental Car, a luxury
Rental Car or one way Rental Car.