Ireland Attractions

Want a quick run-down of some of the top sights in Ireland and their reviews? Look no further! Here’s a short overview of some of the many attractions the Emerald Isle has to offer, separated by area. All reviews are from within the last month and have been retrieved from Trip Advisor.


West Coast

‘Incredible Sights’

‘The Wild Atlantic Way stretching all along the West Coast of Ireland has some of the finest scenery anywhere in the world. Incredible’. – (The Wild Atlantic Way)


‘Stunning View!’

‘The cliffs are just unbelievable! This was my second visit and it was just as impressive as the first 13 years ago. But what is better, they have added a wonderful visitor’s centre built into the hillside’. –  (Cliffs of Moher)



‘The walk down the stairs was long but after you see the stalactite you forget it took that long and you don’t worry about coming up’. –  (Doolin Cave)


‘Visually Dazzling blues, blue-greens’

‘Killarney National Park is simply one of the most serenity-inducing visual feasts I have ever been lucky enough to enjoy’. – (Killarney National Park)

‘Real West Adventure’

‘This is a great opportunity to get close to the beautiful nature that Dingle has to offer. I’d recommend kayaking out to Fungie the dolphin!! –  (Irish Adventures – outdoor activities)


‘Favourite Beach’

‘This is a wonderful beach , suitable for joggers, walkers and groups. The long lovely strand is great for walking on while also taking in the wonderful sea views and fresh air. It is extremely safe for children, with Lifeguard on duty during Summer months. Definitely worth a visit’. – (Banna Strand Tralee)


‘Great visit and tour’

 ‘What an interesting place and beautiful crystal. Fascinating to watch the masters work and hear the story how this beautiful crystal is made. Great you and beautiful shop to browse and purchase’ – (Waterford Crystal)




‘The scenery has to be seen to be believed. The sun was shining and we loved it. PS I Love you and Leap Year were both filmed around here and I am not surprised!’ –  (The Wicklow Way)


‘Definitely Worth Viewing’

‘You can feel history around you in this place. It’s one of the “must see” places in Ireland. It’s under renovations but still has its charm and unique’. – (Rock of Cashel)



‘Outstanding Attraction of Dublin’

‘Brilliant! So much fun, so informative, Staff are excellent and very enthusiastic. Highly recommend a visit’ –  (Guinness Storehouse)

‘Worth a Visit’

‘Enter the bonkers world of fairy tales with an open mind and a sense of humour. A fun,charming way to spend an hour or so. The story telling was captivating and the museum was great fun. Highly recommended’ –  (National Leprechaun Museum)



‘My New Favourite Place in the World’

By far the most beautiful and spectacular place in the world. So much fun exploring and climbing and taking pictures of the breath taking scenery. –  (Giant’s Causeway)

‘Brilliant, Simply Brilliant’

A must see! Amazing, interactive, informative, could spend hours and hours here! Tour guides very knowledgable, gift shop pricey but worth it, outside area worth exploring also. –  (Titanic Belfast)



This is by no means an exhaustive list but gives you an idea of how many, much loved, sights can be visited during a trip to Ireland. There’s something for everyone! If you haven’t found something that sparks your interest, then you can always contact us here and we’ll do our best to find the attractions that suit YOU!