Waterford was previously known as Ireland's Wine Capital. Waterford is also famous for Crystal, a vestige of the city's former glass-making sector.
Sligo is best known for its landscape, but it's also an excellent spot to dine.
It is probably most famous as the starting point for the Wild Atlantic Way and the access point for Malin Head, Ireland's most northerly point.
Connemara National Park in County Galway encompasses 2,000 hectares of picturesque mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands, and forests.
Glenveagh is a wonderful hideaway for nature enthusiasts, with its pristine habitats and protected species, as well as pathways that take in the spectacular Victorian Castle and Gardens along Lough Veagh.
This small town is famous around the world for its beautiful setting next to lakes and mountains.
Dingle is famous for its hardware pubs, and Ireland's Dingle Peninsula drive is one among the top things to do when visiting the nation.
The Cliffs of Moher are home to large colonies of nesting sea birds and are one of the most important bird-breeding places in Ireland.
Dublin is famous for its castle, literature, Viking heritage, bustling nightlife, and Irish pub culture, which has traditional interiors, antiques, and hearty cuisine.
Donegal is one of Ireland's most memorable counties, with towering mountains and wave-hewn sea cliffs.