Ireland’s Ancient East is often overlooked on the regular tourist trail, however, it has long been a holiday spot for countless Dubliners looking for a short break. In fact it’s often said that ‘it’s where the locals go’ and sure when you hear that, you know it has to be good! It’s easily accessible, you are there within an hour from Dublin, there are interesting spots around each bend in the road. Watch this video, you’re ‘Suir’ to want to visit!
Ireland's Ancient East
Ireland’s Ancient East is easily reached from either Shannon or Dublin airports, there are so many castles to see, ruins to explore. We are incredibly lucky to have such a wealth of history on our doorstep and all so easily reached. It’s easy to see how life went on all those years ago, whether it be at the ancient passage grave at Newgrange (at 6,000 years old, it was built before the pyramids in Eygpt) or at the stately Kilkenny Castle (only 600 years old). You can walk in the steps of the Hight Kings of Ireland at the Rock of Cashel or experience some of the desperation of famine victims at Donaghmore Famine Workhouse.
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