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7-day itinerary if you're going to Ireland

- Day 1: Dublin: St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College - Dublin 1st tourist attraction is Guinness Storehouse at St. James Gate. Get a self-guided tour so you can get to know how they brew their stouts and get a pint of dark beers at the end of the tour. They get to drink it on a rooftop bar with a lofty circular view of the city. - Day 2: Rock of Cashel & Blarney Castle. Rock of Cashel sits on top of a big green hill next to the town of Cashel. You'll learn about the history of it there. After that, you should hit Cahir Castle. It's 15 minutes south of the Rock of Cashel and the tours last about an hour. - Day 3: Cork. The English Market is famous and you should definitely take a look at it. Eat lunch there and get a few souvenirs if you're into that. - Day 4: Killarney National Park. Killarney National Park is Ireland’s oldest National Park and it was formed in 1932 when Senator Arthur Vincent and his family entrusted Muckross House & Estate into the care of the Irish State. - Day 5: Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs are famous. There are so high and so beautiful. They can be incorporated into a trip to the Burren but I've heard many saying a few hour hike along the coast to the Cliffs from Doolin is well worth it. - Day 6: Galway. I'd highly recommend Galway City. Very close to Dublin and considerably smaller, you'll find amazing restaurants (I'd have never known that Irish restaurants could be that good). During the day, walk out along the sea to Salthill, go through Shop Street and get food from any restaurants. At night, there are plenty of bars which vary from modern to traditional, where one can sip a beer and listen to traditional Irish music. Of course, everything is cheaper than in the capital (duh!). - Day 7: Dublin, National Botanic Gardens. Enjoy the last day of your trip in Dublin. Many pubs, restaurants will wait for a last meal / pint. You should pay a visit to the National Botanic Gardens, it's worth a trip.

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