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Although the island of Ireland is small, each city offers unique experiences. Stroll from pub to pub with professional actors performing some of the city’s most famous works on Dublin’s Literary Pub Tour. Eat up in Cork’s English market, which sells artisanal meats and local cheese. Run, don’t walk, to the impressive Titanic Belfast.

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Ireland is home to the world’s longest defined coastal touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way. Full of sweeping cliffs, pounding waves and secluded beaches, this 1,500-mile stretch on the west coast takes visitors from West Cork to Donegal. Here is where you’ll find the Cliffs of Moher, the Skellig Islands and the Slieve League Cliffs.

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More than 3,000 castles dot Ireland’s landscape coast to coast and many are open for the public to explore or even rest their heads. Hear tales of banshees and smugglers at clifftop Dunluce Castle in County Antrim or have the universe at your fingertips at Blackrock Castle’s interactive astronomy exhibition in County Cork.

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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 (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and filming locations for "Game of Thrones" territory. Test your nerves on the swaying Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

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“There’s more to the Irish food scene than meets the eye,” says USA Today. In fact, there’s a full-fledged culinary renaissance taking place. Indulge in the latest taste-tingling fare on one of Ireland’s many artisan food trails, food festivals, or farmers' markets like St. George’s Market in Belfast.

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