5 Must-see Attractions in County Mayo

5 Must-see Attractions in County Mayo

Mayo is the perfect day trip when you’re staying at the Travelodge Ireland budget hotel in Galway city. The county is chock full of great visitor attractions and a poster child for the Wild Atlantic Way. There are majestic mountains, stunning sea views, ancient monuments, top adventure centres, great towns with excellent restaurants and pubs. There’s only one problem, how do you choose just five? Well, here’s our best shot, read on for our 5 Must-see Attractions in County Mayo.

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Five of the Best Dublin Pubs to Drink Guinness in

Five of the Best Dublin Pubs to Drink Guinness in

Visit Dublin and not have a pint of Guinness? That’s pretty unlikely, isn’t it! But where to have that first pint of plain? That’s a tricky choice, there are so many top-class Guinness-pouring pubs in Dublin City. We at Travelodge Ireland always want to help you out when you’re staying in one of our 5 budget hotels in Dublin so get ready for a pint of the black stuff at Five of the Best Dublin Pubs to Drink Guinness in.

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Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic Way

Planning a visit to the Wild Atlantic Way? Then you’re in for a treat! This 2,500km stretch of glorious rugged coast along the west of Ireland is home to soaring mountains, jutting headlands, breath-taking cliff faces and lush green forests. Whether you’re seeking an epic adventure or a remote, tranquil getaway, you’ll find it here, on the world’s longest coastal touring route.

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Discover Northern Ireland

Discover Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland features some magical landscapes, from forbidden forests to sweeping glacial valleys; it’s no wonder so much of ‘Games of Thrones’ was filmed there. Northern Ireland’s most famous attraction, the Giant’s Causeway, is one of Europe’s most celebrated natural wonders.

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Dublin a Breath of Fresh Air

Dublin a Breath of Fresh Air

Nestled between Wicklow Mountains and the Irish Sea, Dublin is a young, vibrant, happening city full of culture and heritage. A Viking city at heart, Dublin’s streets are an eclectic mix of history and contemporary. Home to Ireland’s National Museums and Galleries and with many more historical, artistic and literary attractions in Dublin, there is plenty to see and do for the culturally inclined.

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