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The Perfect 4 Days in Ireland Itinerary (+Tips)

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In the midst of planning your ultimate Ireland trip and in desperate need of an in-depth itinerary? Well, you’re in the right place for a good time. Here is our tried and tested 4 days in Ireland itinerary (with multiple samples). We spent a month in the United Kingdom and Ireland and tried to make the most of our visit!

Beautiful traditional Irish Store: Ireland itinerary 4 days

There are so many beautiful places to explore here, and even with 4 days, you can create a kickass travel itinerary to discover your interests!

The Emerald Isle beckons and has a certain allure that other destinations could only dream of. Yes, it features astounding natural beauty from coast to coast, but this gem also boasts stunning cities, a rich cultural history, and unforgettable attractions worthy of your Europe bucket list.

And when all is said and done, you’re in for an adventure that begs the question, “How could you ever experience Ireland in any other way?” Keep reading for a full 4-day Ireland itinerary below. 

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4 days in Ireland itinerary

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Ireland Itinerary 4 days: At a glance

We will share a few Ireland itinerary samples – the first one is in the format of a road trip exploring the Republic; the second one has you based in Dublin and then taking day tours from there (no car necessary, and this is great for first timers), and the last one is a mix of Ireland and Northern Ireland in the UK. 

Guinness Signs in Dublin
Ireland itinerary 4 days: Pretty lanes of Dublin

So, let’s quickly break down everything you’ll experience and explore as part of your Ireland itinerary.

Ireland Itinerary 4 days (Sample 1): Republic of Ireland road trip itinerary

  • Day 1 of 4 days in Ireland: If you’re after some epic scenery, remote landscapes, and must-visit attractions, your first day surely won’t disappoint. Day one is about exploring the enigmatic capital of Ireland — Dublin.
  • Day 2 of 4 days in Ireland: What would a trip to Ireland be without visiting the Cliffs of Moher? Well, it’s still pretty impressive, but this is one natural landmark you can’t miss. Beyond that, day two also boasts the village of Doolin and a stop in Galway.
  • Day 3 of 4 days in Ireland: When visiting Ireland, taking time to appreciate natural beauty is a must. So, on your third day, it’s time to get lost in nature (for a little while at least) at the National Park of the Wicklow Mountains. Then, it’s time to explore every inch of Glendalough.
  • Day 4 of 4 days in Ireland: Finally ending your Ireland trip, it’s time to head back to indulge in the more laid-back and quintessential parts of the isle. Fitting in a few more must-visit hotspots, it’s the perfect end to your adventure.

Ireland Itinerary 4 days from Dublin (Sample 2): Day trip options from Dublin

Ireland Itinerary 4 days (Sample 3): Best of Dublin, Belfast, and beyond  

  • Day 1 of 4 days in Ireland: Explore Dublin
  • Day 2 of 4 days in Ireland: Go on a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway
  • Day 3 of 4 days in Ireland: The next day, travel to Belfast and explore 
  • Day 4 of 4 days in Ireland: Day trip from Belfast to Dark Hedges and Giants Causeway 

Planning 4 days in Ireland itinerary: Travel Tips

How to get to Ireland

Getting to Ireland is relatively straightforward. There are two primary ways to reach the island. The first is to grab a seat on an international flight bound for Dublin International Airport.

Dublin Airport Express (Shuttle Bus)
Dublin Airport Express (Shuttle Bus)

Located roughly 6 miles from the city center, it’s easy to get to and from the airport. Hopping on the city bus 700 (8 euros) will take you right into the heart of Dublin, and from there, you can make your way to your accommodation via a private taxi.

We flew to Dublin airport, but there are other international airports on the island, such as Cork, Knock, and Shannon airports. If you are flying from the United States or Canada, you can get good flight deals to London and then make connections to Dublin.

Alternatively, if you’re going to Ireland from England, you can opt for a ferry trip. Ferries to Dublin depart from Liverpool and Holyhead; expect to pay about €200 per seat. 

We recommend taking the ferry from Liverpool, as you have a choice between a fast and a slower ferry line. 

On a fast ferry, the trip takes about two and a half to three and a half hours. On the other hand, a slow ferry takes about 7 hours, so it’s best to plan accordingly.

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How to travel around Ireland

Once you’re firmly footed on the Emerald Isle, the next question is how to get around. Well, luckily, there are three different options available to you.

The first is by using public transportation systems, which include a combination of buses and trains. 

While public transport is a good choice as you can easily navigate your way around the isle via this combo, it does affect your time and pace. Honestly, you’ll be at the mercy of train and bus schedules, and when you only have a few days in a magical place like Ireland, that’s the last thing you want.

Public transportation in Dublin, Ireland

The second (and more popular choice) is via rental car. Not only does this satisfy every road trip craving you might have, but it’s also a fantastic way to traverse Ireland’s countryside and city streets. 

If you’re looking for budget-friendly rentals, we recommend services like DiscoverCars, who operate in over 150 countries. 

Lastly, via day tours. We will go deeper into this itinerary option below (options 2 and 3).

Where to stay for the perfect Ireland itinerary

So, now you’re firmly settled into Ireland and considering where to rest your head during your stay. While Ireland brims with fantastic options, some outshine the rest. Here are our recommendations for where to stay while on the island.

A no-brainer choice, but staying in Dublin is as good as it gets. It’s the country’s capital and transportation hub, offering the perfect base for your adventures. Here are a few hotel options, 

Hotel Hendrick Smithfield
Hotel Hendrick Smithfield

Ireland Itinerary 4 days (Sample 1): Republic of Ireland road trip 4 days 

Beautiful lanes of Dublin

Day 1 of 4 days in Ireland itinerary: Explore Dublin

On your first day in Ireland, it’s only logical (and super exciting) to explore its crown jewel, the capital city of Dublin. Packed with incredible attractions and highlights, the city is one in a million and the perfect starting point for your Ireland itinerary.

While you can easily spend more than one day in this part of the country, one day is enough to take in its highlights.

Marvel at the monuments of O’Connell Street

After settling into your hotel room, it’s time to dive headfirst into this Ireland guide. And what better way than by sightseeing some of Dubin’s most iconic landmarks? First up is the Spire of Dublin on O’Connell Street.

The Spire of Dublin
The Spire of Dublin

Locally, this monument is also known as the Monument of Light. It’s a 393-foot stainless steel, pin-like creation that stands in the center of Dublin’s main thoroughfare. 

Construction ended in January 2003, and ever since, it has been a staple attraction among the landmarks of Dublin.

Visit Temple Bar Area

After crossing the historical Ha’penny Bridge, it’s time to head to the famous Temple Bar. This stunning riverside neighborhood spreads across cobbled pedestrian lanes and overflows with highlights. 

At the Temple Bar

From O’Connell Street, you’re luckily within walking distance from Temple Bar, as there’s quite a bit to see here. One of Dublin’s most popular areas, you’ll spend a while immersing yourself in traditional Irish pub life and its eclectic bar and boutique store scene. 

Irish Stew and Guinness
Irish Stew and Guinness

And no one would blame you for indulging in a traditional Irish pint while in Temple Bar, regardless of the time of day. Salil and I enjoyed Irish food—it was delicious and filling (particularly the stew).

Wander around Trinity College

A highlight of most Ireland itineraries, Trinity College, is up next. A crucial part of the country’s history, this educational institute is much more than your average university. 

Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin

Easily one of its must-see places is the Old Library of Trinity College. Its Long Room has been used since 1732 and holds some of Ireland’s most ancient texts. Inside, you’ll find the Book of Kells. 

This illuminated manuscript, made by Irish monks around 800, contains some of the most detailed depictions of the Gospels of the New Testament. 

Explore Dublin Castle

A long-standing feature of a trip to Ireland is a visit (or better yet, a guided tour – like this one) to Dublin Castle. A former motte-and-bailey castle, the building today serves as the Irish government building. 

Dublin Castle

Constructed during the early 13th century on the grounds of a Viking settlement, it’s an enthralling experience to visit its grounds. If you’re a history buff, then exploring this glimpse into Ireland’s history is a must.

Visit Christ Church Cathedral

Although not the largest church in Ireland, Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin rivals the title holder, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, in beauty and history. 

Christ Cathedral

More commonly known as The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, this Gothic and Romanesque jewel of the Roman Catholic church is a must-visit. Here, you can immerse yourself in one of two ways. The first is simply taking in the sights of the exterior and marveling at its stunning architecture. 

However, the second, and by far the best way, is to get yourself the Go City: Dublin Pass, which grants access to this monument at no additional cost. The pass can be bought for 1-5 days. 

Indulge at the Guinness Storehouse

How about a tour through the original Guinness Storehouse for a more buzzworthy blast from the past? This building is a pure display of Irish history — and a tastebud-treating one at that.

The site where Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease in 1759, it’s made of seven floors,  each dedicated to a specific part of the brewing process. While you can opt for a guided storehouse tour, there’s nothing like going solo.

Tickets to the Guinness Storehouse go for around €19–€24 and give you a tasting and a 1-pint voucher for an ice-cold Guinness. The best part? You can enjoy your drink on the top floor paired with epic views overlooking the city.

Stroll through St. Stephen’s Green

To cap off day one of this Ireland itinerary, it’s time to appreciate the more natural side of Dublin. And there is no better way than by taking a late afternoon stroll through St. Stephen’s Green Park in the city center.

Clocking in at over 20 acres, it’s one of the oldest parks in Ireland, dating back to 1664. While you might think it’s just any old park, it sits right in the heart of Dublin’s shopping district, so you can get some retail therapy while you’re here.

Day 2 of 4 days in Ireland itinerary: Visiting the Cliffs of Moher

Your second day in Ireland is about exploring the west coast of Ireland. It’s a natural playground where stunning landscapes meet a scenic countryside unlike any you’ve seen.

Beyond the Cliffs of Moher, you’ll fill your day by visiting Doolin and end it with a visit to Galway.

Ireland’s west coast is a premier part of any Ireland itinerary. Thus, it’ll be an early morning start followed by a day of sightseeing and exploring.

Early morning at the Cliffs of Moher

You simply can’t visit Ireland without taking the time to explore and experience one of its most spectacular natural attractions. Few places compare to the Cliffs of Moher. 

Cliffs of Moher

While you can start the day at Bunratty Castle and then head to the cliffs, they attract quite a crowd. So it’s best to dive right in (metaphorically, of course).

Why are the Cliffs of Moher so impressive? Well, consider this: six miles of majestic coastline that plummets directly into the ocean. With that image in mind, you can hike the cliff line for some surreal views.

Drive the Wild Atlantic Way

Have you ever heard of the Wild Atlantic Way? This beautiful stretch of road, totaling 2499 km (1,553 miles), runs from the west through parts of Ireland’s north and south coasts. As far as a scenic drive goes, few road trip destinations could compare. 

The Ring of Kerry Ireland itinerary 4 days
The Ring of Kerry: County Kerry Southern Ireland

This road comprises quite a few stellar country highlights, from the Cliffs of Moher, the Ring of Kerry, Connemara, and The Burren. While you won’t be driving the whole Wild Atlantic Way, any distance traveled along its roads is unforgettable.

Explore the tiny village of Doolin

One of the closest towns to the Cliffs of Moher, the tiny village of Doolin is your next stop on this one-day road trip. At roughly 8 km (5 miles) from the cliffs, it’s a charming little addition to your day, and spending time in one (or two) of the classic Irish pubs that line its streets is a must.

Cute town of Doolin
Cute town of Doolin

No Ireland road trip would be complete without a visit to this quaint town that sits firmly on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Get lost in Galway

After exploring Doolin, it’s time to head for Galway. Depending on how long you choose to spend in Doolin, you’ll arrive in Galway mid to late afternoon. 

This makes it the perfect time to explore the city and take in some of its best sights before deciding on a place to grab some well-deserved dinner.

Galway in Ireland 4 day itinerary
The Claddagh Galway in Galway: Ireland 4 day itinerary

After spending the day exploring (not just Galway), heading to any of the best pubs in Galway is a must. While each is unique, the Front Door Pub stands out, famous for its beef and Guinness stew.

When you’re done with dinner, the drive back to Dublin might be a bit much to tackle, so it would be a good idea to spend the night in Galway. The cultural hub of Ireland, staying in Galway is almost equal to staying in Dublin. 

Stay overnight in Galway: It’s got every element of a major city while featuring a traditional side you don’t get in other places. We recommend booking a room at the Menlo Park Hotel, a 4-star property in the city’s heart.

The following day, it’s time to head back to Dublin. We recommend heading out as early as possible to make the most of day three.

Day 3 of 4 days in Ireland itinerary: Wicklow and Glendalough

Kicking off your third day in Ireland, you’ll explore county Wicklow, which holds some of the most natural hidden gems of the Emerald Isle. After taking in the sights of this county close to Dublin, you’ll head to Glendalough, where you can quite literally get lost in nature.

Morning adventure in Baltinglass

Thankfully, county Wicklow is not far from Dublin, so you can start the day a bit later than usual, especially after driving back from Galway. 

Baltinglass Abbey
Baltinglass Abbey

Some highlights of the area include the stunning Blessington Lakes, the headliner being Baltinglass. A worthwhile short trip while here is the historic Baltinglass Abbey constructed during the 12th century.

Visit the Glendalough monastic site

After your morning in Baltinglass, it’s time to head for the scenic and lush Glendalough. Beyond its stunning landscapes, it features spectacular views that will stick with you for this entire trip and well after.

Glendalough in 4 day Ireland itinerary
Glendalough

Within this glacial valley lies one of the most imposing early medieval monastic settlements in the entire country. Founded as the first Christian settlement in the 6th century, most structures you’ll see date back to the 10th century.

Explore Glendalough Upper Lake

Now for a fun (and somewhat physical) addition to your Ireland itinerary: after visiting the Glendalough Monastic site, it’s time for a hike. Although hike might not be the right word, this walk through the lower lake area to the upper Glendalough Lake area is necessary.

Glendalough Upper Lake
Glendalough Upper Lake: Ireland itinerary 4 days

These two lakes are a local favorite, and once you set out, you’ll quickly agree it’s a fantastic way to spend your days in Ireland.

Discover Poulanass Waterfall

For those looking to go chasing waterfalls. You’re in luck. Taking a slight detour off the main trail to the upper lake, you’ll arrive at the stunning Poulanass waterfall. These small falls spill into the upper lake area, creating an almost ethereal atmosphere.

Poulanass Waterfall in Wicklow Mountains National Park, Ireland
Poulanass Waterfall in Wicklow Mountains National Park, Ireland in 4 days

Several spots along the walking trail provide spectacular views of the waterfall. And for those who love fun facts, the name Poulanass comes from old Irish, which translates to “Hole of the waterfall.” Did we mention the epic views you’ll get of Guinness Lake?

Day 4 of 4 days in Ireland itinerary: Discover the more laidback side of Ireland

Your final day in Ireland will be a more laid-back and relaxed exploration of some of the country’s most enticing highlights. A trip to Killarney National Park, a road trip through the Dingle Peninsula, and some beach bumming at a beach or two await you.

Venture into Killarney National Park

Yes, many come to Ireland for its rich history and even richer love for a pint and some live music. But venture into the Irish countryside, and you’ll discover unique places like Killarney National Park.

Ross Castle on shore of Lough Leane, Killarney National Park
Ross Castle on the shore of Lough Leane, Killarney National Park

Experiencing the best of this national treasure can be done via a guided tour like this Killarney National Park tour on a private horse and carriage. Or you can head on a hike to epic spots like Torc Waterfall.

Head out on a drive along the Dingle Peninsula

While most travelers would take the Ring of Kerry road from Killarney, another equally fantastic option is to tackle the scenic drive along the Dingle Peninsula. 

Cliffs on the coastline at Slea Head, Dingle, Ireland in 4 days
Cliffs on the coastline at Slea Head, Dingle, Ireland in 4 days

Ringed by sandy beaches and craggy cliffs, this striking natural feature includes mountain ranges and peaks such as Mount Brandon. Beyond that, there is a lot to do here, including visiting a few Star Wars filming locations and indulging in Irish culture on a pub crawl.

Take your drive off-road at Inch Beach

A surefire standout of the Dingle Peninsula is Inch Beach. This rugged sand beach is unique because you can take your car and drive along the coastline as far as it stretches. We recommend you do just that.

Inch beach on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland in four days
Inch beach on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland in four days

And after driving a bit, step outside your car, dip your toes into the Atlantic and grab a few snapshots of the stunning beach.

Explore the town of Dingle

As the final stop of your four days in Ireland, head to the charming town of Dingle. It’s a colorful and culture-rich town where cute shops, ice cream parlors, ships bobbing in the bay, and swimming dolphins are highlights.

Colorful fishing boats and yachts at the harbor of Dingle town
Colorful fishing boats and yachts at the harbor of Dingle town

Speaking of dolphins, the town’s unofficial mascot is a bottlenose dolphin named Fungie, who has welcomed visitors to the village for more than 30 years. 

And if you’re not one for dolphin spotting, pub crawling is almost a national sport here, with a whopping 65 pubs in the small town. 

Tip: If you’re looking for inspiration for your next trip to central Europe, look at our European itinerary.

Ireland Itinerary 4 days from Dublin (Sample 2): Day trips without a car

Here is an alternate Ireland Itinerary for 4 days, where you can base yourself in Dublin throughout the duration of your Irish trip and not rent a car. 

Ha Penny Bridge in Dublin
Ha Penny Bridge in Dublin over River Liffey

We recommend the Go City: Dublin Pass for four days so that you have a transportation savings card for commuting in the city. This pass also includes one day of the hop-on and hop-off tour, which will allow you to check off all the major attractions in the city in one day. 

Plus, you also get access to the Guinness Storehouse. 

Dublin Old Town

Day 1 of 4 days in Ireland: On the very first day, explore the city highlights of Dublin.

Day 2 of 4 days in Ireland: On the second day of this itinerary, start on a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway. 

You can book a day tour such as this one that includes Galway and the Burren, the monastic ruins of Kilmacduagh, and, of course, the gorgeous Cliffs of Moher. 

Finn McCools Tours provides this tour, and we highly recommend their service—their local guides are very knowledgeable and helpful!

Day 3 of 4 days in Ireland: Venture out to check off Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough, and Kilkenny on day 3. On this 9-hour day trip, you will get to soak in the views at Wicklow. 

Mountains in Killarney National Park
Mountains in Killarney National Park

The tour includes a walking tour of Glendalough and a visit to Kilkenny before returning to Dublin. Entry to Kilkenny Castle is not included

But the scenic drive includes sites from movies such as P.S. I Love You and Braveheart. You can book this affordable tour here.

Day 4 of 4 days in Ireland: Explore the city of Cork on day 4 of this 4-day Ireland itinerary. You can take the train from Dublin to Cork or opt for another day tour that includes Cobh and entry to Blarney Castle. 

Cork is Ireland’s southern capital, known for its arts, music, and literature. The historic city centre has charming Georgian buildings, beautiful 17th-century alleys, and modern architecture. 

Ireland Itinerary 4 days (Sample 3): Best of Dublin, Belfast, and beyond 

This 4 day itinerary includes Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom. The UK is not a part of the European Union, nor do they follow the Schengen agreement, so you might need a visa to cross over. 

Titanic Quarter in Belfast UK
Titanic Quarter in Belfast, UK

US and Canadian passport holders do not need a tourist visa to enter the UK, but please ensure you always carry a valid passport with you. 

Read: Should you visit Belfast or Dublin?

Day 1 of 4 days in Ireland: Explore the city’s highlights on day one in Dublin. 

Day 2 of 4 days in Ireland: Next, go on a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway. You can book a day tour such as this one that includes Burren and the monastic ruins of Kilmacduagh. 

Day 3 of 4 days in Ireland: Head straight to Belfast on day 3. It will take less than 2 hours to drive or a 2.50-hour train ride from Dublin.

In Belfast, explore the following spots, 

  • Hit the Saint George’s Market
  • Visit the Belfast City Hall
  • Go on a Black Taxi City Tour to learn about Belfast’s troubled past. The tour lasts four hours and includes mural stops. Our guide shared so many stories of the troubles, political turmoil, events leading up to Bloody Sunday, and its impact later. I highly recommend a walking tour in Belfast or Dublin to learn more about it. 
  • Hit the Titanic Quarter. Ensure you book tickets ahead of your visit. 
  • Sign off for the night at the Cathedral Quarter 

Read: Here is a detailed list of things to do in Belfast in one day

Belfast City Centre

Where to stay in Belfast? We recommend an overnight stay in Belfast for days 3-4. The Clayton Hotel is a great place to call home for 2 days. It is located within walking distance of the Titanic Quarter and other sightseeing spots. 

Day 4 of 4 days in Ireland: End your Irish road trip of 4 days with a visit to Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage site – the Giant’s Causeway, and then explore the Dark Hedges and walk over the Atlantic Ocean at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge 

Girl at Giants Causeway
Giants Causeway
Northern Ireland Coast - Dunluce Castle
Northern Ireland Coast – Dunluce Castle

Without renting a car, you can choose this Northern Coast day tour from Belfast that covers all the places, including the ruins of Dunluce Castle, while enjoying a scenic drive along the Antrim Coast Road. Check it out here

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4 Days in Ireland itinerary: Sightseeing Map

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Ultimate Ireland Travel Tips for your itinerary

Ireland is a beautiful country you should visit at least once. From the spectacular natural elements of the West Coast to the traditional cities of its southern regions, you’re bound to fall head over heels in love. 

Ireland is a quintessential part of any worthwhile European itinerary, and it has become a staple destination for anyone looking for a truly memorable trip.

As for some insider tips to making the most of your adventure beyond getting a rental car and prepping for driving on the left side of the road, we’ve got you covered.

Is 4 days in Ireland enough?

Four days in Ireland is enough time to experience the best of what this wonderful country has to offer. With four days, you can explore Dublin and take a day trip to the countryside to tour some of the most stunning landscapes, such as the Cliffs of Moher, Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough, and Kilkenny. 

Of course, the more time you have, the better.

How many days are needed in Ireland?

Ideally, 7 days.

The number of days needed in Ireland largely depends on what you wish to experience and see. If you want to explore the entire island, more than 4 days might be necessary. However, if your time is limited and you’d like to taste the country, 4 days should be plenty. 

Ideally, with 7 days in Ireland, you can spend 2 days in Dublin, followed by scenic stops at some of the most picturesque places like the Cliffs of Moher or the Wicklow Mountains, and then end by visiting Aran islands.

When is the best time to visit Ireland?

The best time to visit Ireland would be during either of its shoulder seasons. These periods are from March to May and from September to November. During these months, you’ll have the advantage of lower tourist numbers and mild temperatures, not as cold as in winter.

While summer is best if you want to be assured of sunny days, it is also the peak tourism season, and thus, most attractions get overcrowded.

What to pack for Ireland?

  • Universal adaptor: Europe uses round power pins, so carry a universal adapter. Here is what we have
  • Anti-theft backpack: Because we travel in trains and use other means of public transportation, we recommend carrying an anti-theft backpack (or a daypack). We use the same backpack as a carryon (and – I carry 4-5 dresses, four blouses, two light jackets, and a small cosmetics bag)
  • Comfortable walking shoes: Walking shoes are a must for all your Europe trips. You will end up walking/wandering/strolling quite a bit (in old towns, transiting through transport, neighborhoods, etc.). Many old towns are also carefree and pedestrian-friendly, so lace up!
  • Lightweight rain jackets: I highly recommend carrying a lightweight waterproof jacket at all times of the year, especially on your road trips

4-Day Ireland Itinerary | Final Thoughts

That’s a wrap on your 4 days in Ireland itinerary, a whirlwind adventure that will have you returning for more. Yes, there is so much more to see on this stunning island, and if you have more time, heading to northern Ireland won’t disappoint.

Temple Bar Dublin
Temple Bar Dublin

But if you have 4 days, this Ireland itinerary brings you right to the doorstep of its best and most memorable attractions. 

PS: Check out our curated list of European travel tips to ensure you don’t miss a beat when planning your next Ireland journey.

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