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Ireland

Fall in Ireland is packed with unforgettable experiences in each city. Stroll through the pleasant campus of Dublin’s Trinity College, dating back to the 1700s. Step into one of Galway’s traditional music pubs and experience the city’s artistic creativity. Discover the rise and fall of the Titanic at the ship’s birthplace in Belfast.

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Stretching 1,500 miles down the west coast, the Wild Atlantic Way takes you from Kinsale up to Donegal. In addition to stunning coastal views, here is where you’ll find the Cliffs of Moher and the Skellig Islands. Plus, you can make pit stops to Galway in September or Kinsale in October for their annual food festivals.

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Forget the history books – explore Ireland’s unforgettable ancient wonders up close. In County Meath, find Newgrange, a passage tomb that out-dates the Egyptian pyramids. Meander through Trim Castle - a three storied, twenty sided fortress - or be amazed by Glendalough, a sixth-century monastic settlement in County Wicklow.

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Not only is the scenery spectacular along the Causeway Coastal Route, but so are the roadside attractions. Stretching from Belfast to Derry-Londonderry, sites include the Giant’s Causeway and filming locations from "Game of Thrones"®. Explore the Dunluce Castle ruins, inspiration for the capital city in "The Chronicles of Narnia."

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Christmas in Ireland brings merry markets and festive cuisine. Head to Belfast, Galway or Waterford's Winterval for some mulled wine, spiced beef and caroling at their annual Christmas markets. The festivities continue after Christmas as well -- Dublin is home to an epic New Year's festival that's loaded with entertainment.

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