Ireland

Click the map for tourism ideas The Republic of Ireland, hosts 26 of 32 counties on the island of Ireland. It is a unitary, parliamentary republic and part of the European Union. The western landscape mostly consists of spectacular rugged cliffs, hills and mountains. The central lowlands are extensively covered with glacial deposits of clay and sand, as well as significant areas of bogland and several lakes. The capital and largest city is Dublin, which is located on the eastern side of the island.
Foyle Hotel

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Moville, Inishowen, Co. Donegal . Tel: 074 9382025
Johnnie Fox'S

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, Glencullen, Co. Dublin D18 X635. Tel: 00353 1 295 5647
Worth the trek to find this amazing old multi roomed pub up in the Dublin Mountains. Dating back to 1798 Johnnie Fox's is a lively place - even for Ireland! Good choice of beer and superb food. Seafood a speciality
Palace Bar

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21 Fleet Street, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin . Tel: +353 1 6717388
Dating back to 1823 and one of the oldest pubs in Dublin . For a long time it was the favourite haunt of the staff of The Irish Times, under leadership of editor-in-chief Smylie. Aside from appealing to journalist, The palce Bar was also very poular with Irish writers and poets living in Dublin in the early 1900's, people like W.B. Yeats, Patrick Kavanagh and Flann O'Brien.
Quay'S Bar

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10-12 Temple Bar Square, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin . Tel: +353 (1) 6791923
Queens

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15 Castle St, Dalkey, Co. Dublin . Tel: 01 - 2854569
Dalkey is a lovely village just outside Dublin and is easily accessible on the 'DART' train. Good beer and brilliant food make the Queens well worth visiting
Teddy O'Sullivans
, Kilmakilloge, Co. Kerry . Tel: 00353 64 668 3104
South of Dingle Bay and North of Bantry Bay - the next bit of land to the West is America ! If you're looking for somewhere remote then this is the place. The Harbourmasters House also serves as the local B&B, Pub, General Store and Sweetie Shop ! There's nowhere else to eat around, but you won't be disappointed, especially if you try the local Salmon.
Temple Bar

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47/48 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin . Tel: +353 1 672 5286
The Oliver St. John Gogarty

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Fleet Street & Anglesea Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Co. Dublin . Tel: +353 1671 1822
Toner'S

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139 Baggot Street, Dublin 4, Co. Dublin . Tel:
One of many Dublin pubs full of old Irish Character
Town Clock

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Market Square, Moville, Co. Donegal . Tel: 074 93 85815
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