Why you should take a flight to Ireland
A trip to Ireland bestows a glorious blend of rich history and modern recreation. While you are unlikely to find leprechauns and pots of gold, strolling along the trails through ancient towns makes anything seem possible. This is especially true when you visit a structure as old as Newgrange. The Newgrange passage tomb dates at 5,200 years old, which makes it one of the oldest structures still standing in the world. A vacation to Ireland give visitors the opportunity to relish Trim Castle, re-create medieval history during a banquet at Bunratty Castle, or visit the large number of other historic castles and houses. History buffs will delight in remnants of ancient life when discovering Céide Fields, the most comprehensive Stone Age site remaining in the world. Ireland flights of fancy bloom when viewing fairy forts, standing stones and intriguing burial tombs.
If tickets to Ireland have you embarking on trails through historic villages, you should also remember to visit the modern attractions of Ireland. Ireland contains a vast number of renowned gardens, in both the country and the cities. The climate eminently suits many exotic species, so gardens vary drastically. Visitor spy gardens that are small or expansive, walled or wild, and display local or imported flora; the variety ensures each enthusiast will find delight. Gardens in the city lead to historic and modern museums; Dublin’s Irish Museum of Modern Art offers breathtaking displays. After visiting museums, castles and gardens, a vacation beginning with a flight to Ireland is incomplete without visiting the healthy sprinkling of authentic Irish pubs to enjoy local cuisine. Chowder, fish and chips, sausage and mash, bacon and cabbage, and – of course – a pint of Guinness remain popular local choices. Flying to Ireland will sate each of the senses with glory of the past and the present.