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Marino Casino, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Marino Casino, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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With so much to see and do, Ireland is sure to offer up an exciting summer season. The season won't be complete without sampling some of Ireland's best seafood, salads and pastry. Share in some lively traditional Irish music and festivities, explore the cities and countryside.

South coast of Great Saltee Island - off the southern coast of County Wexford in Ireland
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Experience some of Ireland's unique summer traditions and cultural events in its historic cities. Enjoy some incredible moments in hot spots like Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Kilkenny and Galway. Be sure to visit the ancient Book of Kells in Dublin and the Titanic Belfast Museum in Belfast. This ultra-modern museum is one of the largest Titanic museums in the world.

To really enjoy the Irish landscape, rent a car and take a road trip through Ireland's stunning countryside. Touring the spectacular coastline of West Cork is a must. It's a part of Ireland where you can stop and get out and mingle with the locals while sampling some of their tasty artisan food. For more beautiful scenery, take a drive along the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland; it offers visitors to one of the world's grandest views.

A visit to Ireland is not complete without touring the country's centuries-old whiskey distilleries and renowned breweries. Two of the most popular distilleries to tour are the legendary Guinness Storehouse located in Dublin and the Bushmills Distillery in County Antrim. The Bushmills Distillery is the oldest working distillery in the world.

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