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Honeymoons in Ireland

With romantic landscapes, mouth watering food and drink, a plethora of luxurious beauty spas and plenty of opportunities for adventure, Ireland makes the perfect honeymoon getaway – it was good enough for Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, after all. Whether you just want to relax after your big day or have an action packed holiday – or a little of both – Ireland ticks all the boxes, and there’s only a few steps to take to get there…

First of all you’ll need to decide on your accommodation. Five star luxury resort? Check. Castle? Check. Cottage in the wilderness? Check. Apartment in the centre of the action? Check! No matter what type of room you’re looking for, you’ll find it – but be warned, you’ll be so enchanted by the country you won’t want to spend much time in it!

Next, you need to plan out your activities – if you feel like doing any, that is. Perhaps taking in some of Ireland’s natural wonders like the Giant’s Causeway or the Cliffs of Moher tickles your fancy, or maybe you’d like to sample some fine Irish whiskey fresh from the source. You might enjoy biking through some woodlands or hiking through the hills for that stunning view of the landscape, or you might like to spend your time cuddling up by a fire in a cozy pub, with good food and better company. Whatever you feel like doing, we’ve got the answer.

So you’ve picked out your accommodation and you’ve got some perfect honeymoon activities planned. All that’s left is to pack your bags! So, what essentials should you bring on a honeymoon to Ireland? A sense of adventure is a must for starters, as is an umbrella! Ireland can get four seasons in one day, so you should plan for all of them; something waterproof, something warm, a pair of sunglasses and if you’re lucky, a pair of shorts or two – it’s probably best to leave the wedding dress at home, however. Last of all, don’t forget your camera so you can capture all of those magical moments.

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So now that you’ve got all the boring bits organised, the only thing remaining is planning your route. If you’re a city slicker, hopping between Ireland’s cities is easily done, either by public transport or your own two wheels. It only takes around 8 hours to get from one end of the country to the other, so making the trip from Dublin to Cork, Cork to Galway, or Dublin to Belfast takes only a quarter of the time. If you want to see the stunning scenery Ireland is famous for, a road trip along the west coast should be on your to do list. The entire west coast is known as the Wild Atlantic Way, and takes around a week to complete (or longer if you take your time). The Causeway coastal route is also an epic road journey along the north coast, taking in the incredible Giant’s Causeway and a host of other sites.

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