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Ireland | Your faithful four-footed friend doesn’t have to miss out on discovering the enchanting beauty of Ireland. There are holiday homes here which allow you to bring your pets along.
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Take a break in holiday homes in the province of Leinster
The province of Leinster is located in the east of Ireland and is the most populous of the four provinces of Ireland. Dublin, the country's capital, is situated in the province. This city has a rich history and museums which house relics which date back to its Viking origins. Visitors can book holiday rentals or holiday homes in the heart of Dublin or in the surrounding area to explore this popular holiday destination.
The cultural attractions of Dublin
Founded in 1592,Dublin's Trinity College has some of the oldest buildings in Ireland and houses over a million books and invaluable manuscripts including the famous "Book of Kells". For visitors interested in prehistoric and medieval Irish history, the National Museum of Archaeology and History in Kildare Street is a must see. St Patrick's Cathedral enjoys special status as the national cathedral and is the largest church in Ireland while Dublin Castle attracts visitors to its beautiful gardens and medieval royal chapel. Visitors to the province of Leinster canrent holiday houses or holiday apartments in nearby residential areas or in the County of Dublin to enjoy this destination and to get a taste of the local culture.
An action packed holiday in the province of Leinster
Visitors who rent holiday homes or holiday apartments in the province of Leinster have the opportunity of experiencing theGaelic Games. Held at Groke Park Stadium in the city of Dublin, the games are an entertaining mixture of culture, history and sport and include many traditional Irish sports such as Gaelic football and hurling. In the heart of the ancient kingdom of Ossory, the county of Kilkenny, with its many historic castles, churches and special conservation areas is another destination popular with visitors to the province. Also away from the city, holiday rentals or holiday houses in the Wicklow Mountains, which extend across the Counties of Wicklow, Carlow, Wexford and Dublin, provide the perfect opportunity for activities such as climbing, hiking and mountain biking.