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Part of Ireland's beauty is its variety - no two regions are the same and each offers you something unique. Dublin City is a hive of urban style with excellent opportunities to sightsee and shop, as well as eat, drink and stay in some of the country's top establishments. Go to visitdublin.com.

East Coast & Midlands

The East Coast and Midlands has charming countryside with beautiful rivers and lakes, historic Christian settlements and top championship golf courses. Go to eastcoastmidlands.ie.

Shannon Region

The Shannon area is home to the majestic and famous River Shannon, a great stretch of water for inland cruising, which stretches down to the untamed Atlantic coast. You'll also find the lunar-like Burren and Lough Derg, Ireland's pleasure lake, both within easy reach. Go to shannonregiontourism.ie.

Ireland West

Wild and wonderful, the West is rightly famed for its craggy landscapes, untouched beaches and excellent festivals. Go to irelandwest.ie.

North West of Ireland

While up in the North West the views are equally dramatic and inspirational with stunning coastlines, rolling hills, rugged mountains and glassy lakes that are perfect for angling. Go to irelandnorthwest.ie.

South East of Ireland

Sun-seekers should head to Ireland's warmest corner, the South East, where you'll find green verdant landscapes, long stretches of beach and lively towns and villages. Go to southeastireland.com.

Cork Kerry

And last but not least is the South West with its incredible scenery, excellent spas in idyllic locations, and the buzzing, cultural city of Cork. Go to corkkerry.ie.


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