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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Ireland

Rolling green fields, cobblestone streets, vibrant cities and the home of Guinness – Ireland is a European destination that really does have it all. Whether you’re looking for a rural fairytale adventure or mad about Game of Thrones, you’ll be sorted here.

We’ve rounded up the 7 most photogenic places in the country to take an Irish Instagram photo you’ll be proud of. Now that’s something worth cheers-ing with a pint of plain!

1. Cliffs Of Moher

These magical sea cliffs stretch on for 14km along the sparse Burren region in County Clare, Ireland.

Soaring to 702ft, the cliffs have insane views on a clear day and are the most visited tourist attraction in the country. Just be careful when taking photographs, people have died from falling from the edge…

 

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2. Trinity Library

This dark-wooden library in Dublin’s famous Trinity College looks like it belongs in Harry Potter. 

Walk through the cobbled stones of Trinity College Dublin to step back into the 18th century, when the magnificent Old Library building was constructed and which displays the Book of Kells.

 

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3. Dark Hedges

The most photographed location in Northern Ireland, these gloomy and dramatic hedges feature in Game of Thrones. 

The impressive row of beech trees makes for an iconic Ireland Instagram photo.

 

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4. The Aran Islands

Remote and incredibly beautiful, these scenic islands off the coast of Galway are home to locals who still speak Gaeilge as their first language.

The island of Inishman is reached with a picturesque seaplane that will be one of the cutest – and shortest! – flights you’ll ever do.

 

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5. Dingle

Dingle is a small port town on southwest Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula, known for its rugged scenery, trails and sandy beaches.

It has charming pubs, delicious Murphy’s Icecream and is home to a great independent music festival every winter, Other Voices. A must-see.

 

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6. Glendalough

Fancy a hike? There’s no better spot than the majestic Glendalough area in County Wicklow.

Pack a flask of tea and go native with some ham and cheese sambos and you’ll be rewarded with a view of the Guinness Lake below.

 

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7. Giant’s Causeway

Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.

Legend has it that the giant basalt rocks got where they are now by a giant.

 

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