TRAVEL TO IRELAND 32 Counties of Ireland. Home to craggy cliffs and windswept valleys, to ancient castles and modern cities and roads that unfurl like ribbons, Ireland is uncommonly rich with both natural wonders and manmade attractions.
Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny, Ireland - Kilkenny Castle is a castle in Kilkenny, Ireland built in 1195 by William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke to control a fording-point of the River Nore and the junction of several routeways.
Clifden Castle is a ruined manor house west of the town of Clifden in the Connemara region of County Galway, Ireland. It was built circa 1818 for John D'Arcy, the local landowner, in the Gothic Revival style.
The Blarney Stone is a famous Irish historical site located in the village of Blarney, It’s a huge block of stone that was a gift of gratitude to the Irish people from Robert the Bruce, for their unwavering support in the 1314 battle of Bannockburn.
Kiss that Blarney Stone! I am Irish after all! Blarney Castle with its moat, in Ireland. Home of the "Blarney Stone" where you bend over backwards to kiss the Blarney Stone to be bestowed with the gift of Eloquence.