Lost in the emerald island

Tripoto
19th May 2014

connemara national park

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

connemara national park

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

connemara national park

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

kylemore abbey, the lake

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

trinity college

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

glendalough

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

some abitants

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

no Matter in Which irish city you'll go, you'll always found this

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

another again

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

scaried but i have to do that

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

Thinking

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

walking on the sky road

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

glendalough

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

glendalough church & cemetery

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

cork

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

kilkenny church

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

some kind of monument in the bay of waterford

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

killarney park, walking to the torc waterfall

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

The torc waterfall

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

killarney park

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

The torc waterfall

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

stunning colours killarney park

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

somewhere in the country

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

tipical irish coast road

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

beautiful landscape

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

cliffs of moher

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

cliffs of moher

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

breathless by cliffs of moher

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

cliffs of moher

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

tourists

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

clifden bay

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

clifden

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

kylemore abbey

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

kylemore abbey, the lake

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

whats more irish than this?

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

glendalough

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

trinity college entrance

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

trinity college . St James park

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

cliffs of moher

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

galway

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

Power of ocean. cliffs of moher

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

driving by

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

glendalough

Photo of Lost in the emerald island by Barbara Galloni

The beautiful and green Ireland is a mix of emotions and colors, which come into you. Changing from a young, sparkling, colorful, fun, carefree atmosphere typical of cities such as Cork Galway or naturally dublin, to a more private, storical enchanted atmosphere that you can find in the beautiful kilkenny, but mostly you can find only

 taking a car and starting to turn the streets remotest in the Irish countryside, maybe losing the road but discovering corners of unspoiled beauty.
 
I was there in May 2014 for about a week
 
the link from italy are RYANAIR or AERLINGUS
off course there are flight from others companies  like ALITALIA or BRITISH AIRWAYS but the Prices are to much expensive for my experience .
 
For rent the car you can choose from a Lot of companies, i found it by rentalcar.com
 
 
beautiful city. You can discover it simply by feet or by bike. the atmosphere is young and lively open. from temple bar along the Liffey, from St. Stephen's Green park to the Trinity College nothing will leave you disappointed. not forgetting of course the Guinness that will make the trip even better

the guinness Store house . St James gate

Photo of Dublin, Ireland by Barbara Galloni
beautiful and peaceful place. it's Really near to dublin so it can be discovered in just an hour of drive and it's also linked by bus

glendalough

Photo of Glendalough, Ireland by Barbara Galloni
Nice city, we visit it in a rare sunny day.

some kind of monument in the bay of waterford

Photo of Waterford, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

enchanted, road to torc waterfall

Photo of Killarney, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

stunning torc waterfall

Photo of Torc Waterfall, Kerry, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

in the Middle of nowhere

Photo of Tralee, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

beautiful landscape

Photo of Galway, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

breathless

Photo of Cliffs of Moher (Coach Park), Clare, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

walking on the sky road

Photo of Clifden, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

kylemore abbey

Photo of Kylemore Abbey, Renvyle, Ireland by Barbara Galloni

kilkenny church

Photo of Kilkenny, Ireland by Barbara Galloni
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