Long ago, Ireland was completely covered in ice. The ice cap melted, and Neolithic people made their way to the island. Ever changing and evolving, Ireland was pushed through medieval times, leaving behind castles and relics scattered across the country.
Today, Ireland is home to city dwellers, villagers, and rural folks. Those that live out in the countryside make their way by farming and raising livestock. Many fantastic cheeses come from Ireland, where goats and sheep are common sights along the many roads that move through the country.
Mystical Ireland offers visitors plenty in the way of exploration, from bustling cities and villages to quiet, foggy countryside. Dublin is the largest city, with tons of museums to explore.
Be sure to head out to the lovely scenic regions beyond, especially Galway, which is an icon of the country.
Larger cities have rail systems, yet taxis are quite expensive. Renting a car or taking the train is the best way to explore the abundant countryside.
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