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Visit Ireland!

Loads of newspapers, magazines and travel guides keep writing about Ireland, so we thought you should get all that info on one place… Keep in mind, these are only some of reasons why Ireland is awesome, Dublin is the best place to party and Galway is one of the prettiest places to see and getaway to some of the must stunning scenery in the world! So… what are you waiting on? It is definitely time to Visit Ireland!

Lonely Planet says Ireland is Top country to travel to!

New Year's Eve Dublin 2013

There’s a whole lot of love for the old country, which carries a burden of expectation skewed towards the sheep-on-the-road, thatched-roof image – slightly at odds with the modern Ireland of motorways and macchiatos. Ireland is stunningly scenic, its traditions – music, dance, whiskey and beer – firmly intact. 

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Matador networks says Dublin is the place every coffee lover should visit!


Dublin is a city known to imbibe — mostly alcohol, not coffee. But the boozy city is taking to cafe culture, most shops opening in the city center — Dublin 2 most of all (That is exactly where Barnacles Temple Bar is located, in case you didn’t know…)

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National Geographic thins that the best nightlife you can have is right in Temple Bar! (we do agree with that one!)

The Temple Bar Pub, Temple Bar, landscape with some people outside

Wedged between Trinity College and the old city, the Temple Bar area is a decadent neighborhood of watering holes and nightclubs.

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National Geographic also thinks you need to visit Ireland for one of the best surfs in the world! 

Easkey Surf Co. Sligo on the Wild Atlantic Way Route

The salty surf traveler who doesn’t mind surfing in cold water or rain Ireland, known among surfers as “Europe’s cold-water Indonesia” should be on the bucket list of every surfer.

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Huffington Post Lists Dublin in 20 cities to visit in you 20s!


If you imagine Dublin as a place with cobblestone streets and pubs flowing with beer, you’re on the right track. But there’s more to Dublin beyond booze — like a history spanning more than 1,000 years. Get a hearty dose of culture at spots like Christ Church Cathedral and the National Gallery of Ireland, or indulge your inner literary nerd and visit the National Library and the Old Library at Trinity College. Of course, you must visit the Guinness Storehouse and drink as many pints of beer during your stay as possible

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Wonderlist says Ring of Kerry drive is one the most scenic in Europe!


A popular tourist circuit, the 200 km long Ring of Kerry leads its visitors on a fascinating trip around the Iveragh Peninsula. Drawing a circle between steep mountain slopes, sneaking through magnificent valleys, crossing countless rivers and lakes, passing by sandy beaches and cliffy coastlines, Ring of Kerry allows you to discover much more than the breathtalking beauty of the Emerald Isle.

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What are you waiting on? Visit Ireland now! Barnacles Temple Bar is in the heart of Dublin and Barnacles Galway is at the best location in Galway, across from Quays pub, surrounded by quirky shops of pedestrian area, pubs and restaurants!  Stay in the both hostels and save money! 🙂