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Ireland is the perfect destination for teams of all levels, ages and genders. We use Dublin and Galway as bases to explore all Ireland has to offer, as these two cities offer the best local teams for your games as well as great history to explore. From bizarre lunar landscapes and the mighty Atlantic, to labyrinthine caves and crystal clear waterways, discover Ireland’s breathtaking beauty. The Emerald Isle offers a warmth of welcome unsurpassed in any European country. The Irish are well-known for their fun-loving nature and their natural ability to make all visitors feel welcome.
Dublin, Ireland’s capital and one of Europe’s oldest cities, has fast become one of Europe’s most vibrant & cosmopolitan cities. Dublin has it all, in the city you can see great sights such as Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Guinness Storehouse. While just outside the city you can see beautiful natural sights such as Wicklow Mountains and Newgrange (an ancient Irish burial mound).
Sights to see in Dublin: Trinity College and the Book of Kells, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Writers Museum, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Ha’penny Bridge, Newgrange, Wicklow Mountains, The National Stud Farm and much more!
Galway, frequently called Ireland’s most Irish city, is a place where Celtic culture and literature have long thrived. Lined by stone shopfronts, the city’s narrow cobblestone streets fill with a frenzy of street performers who enchant passers-by. Not far from Galway are the Cliffs of Moher, possibly one of the most spectacular sights in Europe!
Sights to see in Galway: Eyre Square, Spanish Arch, Cliffs of Moher, Galway Cathedral, Aran Islands, Connemara National Park, and much more!
For more information about Ireland, please visit the Irish Tourist Board website.