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IRELAND

With a historic presence of Celtic and Nordic culture, Ireland is full of myths, legends and traditions!

With around 4.8 million inhabitants, Ireland is considered one of the richest countries in the world in terms of GDP per capita. Famous and known for countless achievements; Ireland is the place where the popular Guinness beer was created, it is the pioneer country of the Saint Patrick's Day (St Patrick's Day) and not to mention the delicious Irish breakfast that is part of Irish daily life.

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For being a precursor to St Patrick's Day, which is the party in celebration of the country's patron saint, St. Patrick, the Irish have as part of their habits the culture for pubs and nightlife. Walking through the cities of Ireland, you can enjoy several pubs with numerous themes, but always with advertising of the darling beer by the Irish: Guinness! But don't think that the nightlife goes on until late in the morning, the pubs are usually open until 3am.

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For those who like natural landscapes, Ireland is the ideal place! It is not for nothing that we know it as Esmeralda Island, precisely because it is characterized by its green fields. Sligo, for example, even though it is a small town, is remembered for the natural beauty of its parks.

And speaking of myths and legends, have you heard of the Leprechauns? They are Ireland's green elves, who are everywhere and are part of Irish folklore. A Leprechaun is a small, bearded man wearing a green hat and suit. According to legend, if you are a freak and come across a leprechaun leprechaun you have the right to ask him for 3 wishes!

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CORK

GALWAY

LIMERICK

Cork is currently the second largest Irish city.

With approximately 185 km² of extensional area and 124,000 inhabitants, it is characterized by a beauty typical of a university city, by music and theater.

Galway is a city beyond that special! Like many Irish cities, Galway is known for its nightlife, pub culture and various festivals that take place throughout the year.

If you are from the profile that loves a city with a country atmosphere and full of stories, I present you Limerick!

Being approximately 200 km away from Dublin and with just over 90,000 inhabitants, Limerick is the 4th largest city in Ireland and is completely bathed by the River Shannon.

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