No trip in Ireland would be complete without visiting at least a few Irish castles. Regardless of the route chosen, from Dublin to the Ring of Kerry, somewhere nearby you will surely see these wonderful monuments of ancient architecture. Do not forget to grab a jacket, as there may be drafts in stone buildings, especially in the autumn-winter period. Wear comfortable shoes, take a camera and even a laptop to record the most interesting legends and stories that overwhelm the ancient castles and castles of Ireland.
Dublin Castle is one of the many historical buildings of the capital of Ireland, as well as the most famous of Dublin's castles. Located south of the Liffey River, the castle was built on the site of the first Viking fortress.
Cathedral of Christ - the main cathedral and one of the best historical city buildings in Dublin. The crypt of the cathedral contains ancient temple treasures and artifacts.
St. Patrick's Cathedral is the largest temple in Ireland. A feature of Dublin is that it has two cathedrals.
Rock Cough is the ruins of a large Celtic cathedral, which is a candidate for inclusion in the UNESCO list.
The legendary stone of eloquence - the most famous landmark of Blarney Castle - is located at the top of the castle tower. Legend has it that kissing this stone will forever gain the gift of eloquence.
Visiting this medieval castle-fortress with a huge park on the seashore, you will find many intriguing legends and stories about its owners and five ghosts that still haunt the guests of the castle.
The ruins of an ancient monastery on the banks of the Shannon River in Offaly County include a cathedral, castle, tower, numerous temples, high crosses and a large collection of tombstones.