Are you looking for a change of pace, a vacation to help ease the body, mind, and soul, as well as fill yourself with historic magic? Ireland is an ideal location. Ireland, a pristine land built on rich landscapes, Celtic beauty, and a renowned mythical history can fill any traveler with the experience of a lifetime.
Begin your journey in Dublin. This city has its own magical charm, and is a great place to start your adventures. Brief walking tours are available in this city to get yourself acquainted and comfortable making your own personal history. Stop at various religious landmarks and churches that are filled with a plethora of art, grace, and glory. Mark your travel calendars for the following: The Christ Church Cathedral, Trinity College, and the National Museum of Ireland. If you hit these spots along with taking in the various shops in town, you’ll be filled with intrigue. Don’t forget to make time for mid-day tea and a stop in at a rustic pub.
After Dublin, check out The Boyne Valley, a trio of ancient temples that are older than the famed pyramids of Egypt. These temples were designed around the path of the sun. History books lay claim that this is an Atlantian site. At Newgrange, visit the grand art crafted out of stone and towering boulders. Inside the temple is an enclosure of ancient energy. If you plan a trip around Winter Solstice, mid-December, you can see the sun rise in perfect alignment with the temples, a steely beam of sunlight shoots down the middle of the temple. The temples Dowth and Knowth have their own charismatic history as well.
Tara is a spot worthy of an Irish visit. Tara is one of the biggest monuments in all of Europe. It’s regarded with the highest esteem to the Irish nation. Tara is an esteemed land that was believed by many ancients to be a home to the Gods. Celtic pride and varied treasures are available in shops here as well.
Glendalough is yet another enchanted land worthy of making tracks in. It has an enchanted, warm glow to it, one that won’t soon be forgotten. This is an ancient site known as the “Glen of the Two Lakes,” the surviving entrance to a beautiful Irish monetary.
With Dublin under your thumb, your next stop is to head south to Kildare. In Kildare, vacationers and travelers can meet up with the flame of Saint Brigid. St. Brigid is known for her amazing power of healing, a true location to catch a whisk of inspiration, or even divine sensations. Near this holy land, you can visit an area called Muckross House. This house is filled with gardens and magical inspiration. Secret forests lay next to these gardens. The forests are populated in a dense landscape of ancient trees. Keep your eyes open for any leprechauns. They are known to come bounding through the gardens, dropping gold trinkets in their wake.
As you visit this land of beauty, magic, and inspiration make sure you are prepared for a truly exciting vacation. It’s one that will leave you awe-inspired.