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TOURING IRELAND
Dublin
Belfast
Ring of Kerry
Ring of Dingle
Heritage Parks
Kells - the high cross
Cork and Kerry
CASTLES:
Birr
Blarney
Bunratty
Carrickfergus
Donegal
Dublin
Dunluce
Johnstown
Kilkenny
Trim
IRELAND'S HOUSES:
Bantry
Muckross
Mount Stewart
GARDENS:
 
NATIONAL PARKS
 
PREHISTORIC IRELAND:
Drombeg Stone circle
Newgrange
Knowth
Clontygora Court grave
MONASTERIES / ABBEYS:
Quin Abbey
Jerpoint Abbey
Kylemore Abbey
Ireland Caves:
Dunmore Cave
FACTORY VISITS:
Waterford
Old Bushmills' Distillery
NORTHERN IRELAND
The Giant's Causeway
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
 
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In my own travels, I felt very safe traveling about Ireland, both in the south and north. From what I have read Ireland appears to be one of the safest European countries a tourist could visit.

Theft particularly in large cities is reported to be of highest concern for the tourist. While reports of pickpockets and theft are not to the same extent as say for London, Madrid or Barcelona, you still might want to read my "Safe Travel for Spain" page, which addresses the pickpocket issue.

I do strongly recommend one keep their passport, most of their money and back up credit card in a money belt under their clothing. If your hotel provides a safe, use it. Note - you will need your passport prior to boarding international aircraft and booking in to your hotel, you will need to think ahead and have the pastport out of your money belt at those times.

The US Department of State Consular Report on Ireland - Provides information on traveling to the Republic of Ireland and current safety issues.

The US Department of State Consular Report on the United Kingdom - Provides information on traveling to Northern Ireland and current safety issues.

USA citizens can register their visit with the USA embassy.

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Most of the information on this website was gather during my families July 2004 visit to Ireland