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Your Cheap Ireland Holidays may be one of Europes most deforested areas but it still stands proud of its many historical destinations including the Uragh Stone Circle which can be found near Lake Inchiquin at Gleninchaquin Park. Expect nothing but five stone megaliths the largest of which measures up to 10 feet high and eight feet in diameter. Your Cheap Ireland Holidays will bring you to the 11th century Trim Castle which you may have already seen in the movie Braveheart which starred Mel Gibson.
You should check out the five-story hotel just across the castle during your Ireland Cheap Holidays as it was the subject of a controversy while it was being built in 2003. The Irish government has always been criticized for its ill treatment of heritage sites in favour of modern structures like the construction of a roadway which led to the excavation of the ruins of the Carrickmines Castle. You will be amazed at the sight of the 30,000-square metre castle during your Ireland Cheap Holidays as it remains to be the largest in Ireland. It is possible to explore the insides of the castle walls for a small fee.
Your Ireland Cheap Holidays should include a visit to the Hill of Tara which is located at an elevated height of 197 metres. The Hill is a popular subject and reference in popular media and was the O'Hara family plantations name in the "Gone With The Wind" novella and film. You will discover during your Ireland Cheap Holidays that this archaeological complex, which used to be the seat of the High King of Ireland, is home to many ancient monuments.
Dublin is a superb city for shopping (Grafton Street must not be missed), stroll the magnificent streets and walk alongside the river Liffey. The nightlife in Dublin is a real treat, with traditional Irish pubs and restaurants in the famous Temple Bar area.
You should even take a trip to Northern Ireland where you can visit legendary sights such as the Giants Causeway, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and Slemish Mountain where the well-known Saint Patrick farmed his sheep. Belfast is another fantastic shopping city with the new and diverse Victoria Square Shopping Centre offering all sorts of designer and high-street stores. Take a visit to The Merchant Hotel for afternoon tea in a wonderfully structured and detailed surrounding. Enjoy a superb meal in the celebrity hotspot "Cafe Vaudeville" and spend the night in the super stylish "Fitzwilliam Hotel".