Top 15 Pics That Will Make You Want To Go To Ireland

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We often spot great flight deals to Ireland and since yesterday was Saint Patrick’s Day, we wanted to come up with this nice ranking so you can discover this beautiful country through a few photos.

Almost every week, we spot great prices to Dublin, the Irish capital, on our flight deals page. If you are lucky enough to live in Toronto or Montreal, it’ll be around $450 roundtrip, but from the rest of Canada it’s a few hundred dollars more. Still one of the most affordable destinations in Europe (in terms of flight prices).

And as you might have already read on out blog, if you want to go to almost any European destination, the best way to save money is often to split your itinerary into two separate tickets. Basically, you buy the cheapest transatlantic flight and then from there you buy a cheap flight to Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain, etc.

We have a detailed article that explains how that works, but let’s just say that it’s a great way to have a 2-in-1 trip and visit two countries for (less than) the price of one. Dublin happens to be one of those cities where you can create a stopover and save hundreds of dollars on your plane ticket… and explore a new area!

So on this festive weekend for the Irish people (and because the Top 12 Pics of Berlin were popular), here are the Top 15 pics that will make you want to go to Ireland as soon as you spot a good deal… or make you want to stop there on your way to another European city.

1. Slieve League Cliffs

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2. The Giant’s Causeway

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3. Dublin

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4. Dunkin, County Kerry

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5. Cobh, County Cork

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6. Castle Island, Lough Key

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7. County Mayo

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8. Mussenden Temple

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9. Emerald Isle

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10. Cloughoughter Castle

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11. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

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12. Blackhead Lighthouse

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13. Kilkee Cliffs

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14. Dunluce Castle

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15. Greenway Waterford

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BONUS. Cliffs of Moher

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Bottom Line

Here are photos that should have you inching to head across the pond and visit Ireland… or to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!




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