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Ireland Travel With Kids

April 03, 2013

Ireland travel with kids means castles and green magic of the Emerald Isle

Planning a family vacation with kids to Ireland, the magical Emerald Isle, and looking for best tips and places to visit? We did a big circle around Ireland for a few months one summer via our motorhome on our world tour and I have been many, many times.

Taking kids to Ireland means exploring like at the Blarney Castle

Many Americans like to begin a European vacation in Ireland because the similar culture and language makes it easy and many of us have roots there. You will love the  amazingly verdant hills in a scrumptious countryside, castles, music and friendly people.We were especially fond of Dingle,
Cliffs of Moher, the Burren, County Cork, the Ring of Kerry and Dublin.

Ireland is a perfect family vacation destination

Do remember that rain and cold 'tis the usual weather, even in summer, so bring your umbrellas, warm clothes and let the kids splash in some puddles. You might luck out with some sunny days, but if you are prepared then you will have fun no matter what the weather does.

Ireland travel means music and history


Hiking and biking around Ireland is a great activity for families and we loved having picnics in the countryside ( one of the best ways to eat healthy and cheap in Europe).

family hiking and biking Ireland

The traditional farms at the Muckross House in Kilarney is a great outdoor museum experience for the whole family to know more about the history of Ireland in an entertaining way.



Horses in Ireland in Kilarney



MORE ABOUT IRELAND


Exploring Roots in Ireland

Hiking and Biking Ireland

Old Ireland

Ring of Kerry Family Travel

Blarney with Kids

Dingle Nature

Have you been to Ireland? If so, what is your favorite spot?


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