Post # 1
Fiance and I will be (possibly) honeymooning in sountern Ireland this late October, if not then, we’ll honeymoon there later next year. I would like to hear suggestions of places to go. I LOVE Halloween, so if there is any neat Halloweeny places to see and do, I would love to hear it. I would also like to see and experience a wide varity of Ireland. Country and city stuff.
Really, just throw anything interesting about places to see in Ireland for our honeymoon.
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Post # 2
It depends how long you are going for and how much travelling you want to do
In the North: Belfast – lots to do, Stuff to do with the troubles: Free Derry Corner for example in well Derry and other murals in Belfast, Giants Causeway for scenery and pure amazingness
In the Republic: Lots! Dublin obviously, Ring of Kerry areas has lots to see, Dingle penninsula, Connemara area in Galway. Donegal holds a special place in my heart and is often a ‘forgotten county’, Historic castles as well though I can’t think of names, Holy Cross Abbey in Co.Tipperary has a portion of the cross. Sligo has some nice parts as does Cork
Post # 3
I just got back a few weeks ago from my Ireland honeymoon. We went to dublin, Kilkenny, kilarney, doolin and bunratty. I loved dublin, my favorite stuff there was the newgrange tour, the Guinness Storehouse and we went to Food, Folklore, and Faries at the Brazen Head. Kilarney was my favorite because it was such an active place and there was so much to do. Favorites there were the ring of Kerry tour, a carriage ride to ross castle, and their little ice cream shops. Doolin was really fun because it had the Cliffs of Moher, which were awesome. We tried going on a boat ride to the bottom of the cliffs but it was too windy, everyone who recommended it said it was great though. Last in bunratty we went to the castle and park then went to the Banquet at the castle for dinner which was really fun. We did so muchore and it was all so interesting and fun. I would recommend doing a lot of research before you go so you have an idea of what you want to do but also be open to other stuff when you get there. I would’ve never thought to do a lot of my favorite things if it weren’t for the locals telling us the best places to go.
Post # 4
We may be there a week or two (depending on budget).
Post # 5
If you want to get out of the Dublin area, Waterford is a really nice little town for a stop. It’s Ireland’s Oldest City. There are waterfront views, lovely museums, and the Waterford Crystal headquarters.
Post # 6
Either counties cork and kerry, or go north to donegal/sligo. Fly into dublin and stay a day or two there, lots of things to do and if it’s at Halloween time a trip to kilmainham would be good – they do Halloween special tours