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Begin your amorous honeymoon tour of Ireland from Dublin, the capital city.
Start the tour with an indescribable exploration of the city after you freshen up from the hotel you are checking-in.
Though it very passionately crowded, Dublin possesses an overly old tradition still, through the Georgian style building it will be communicated.
Meander through the shopping hubs in Dublin, mainly jewellery, clothes and accessories, walk past the Daniel O’Connell's statute and reach to place your eyes on the largest sculpture in the location Dublin Spire.
Return to your hotel for a soothing relaxation.
A proper city tour can be conducted today, touching the ravishing spots of Dublin which directs you to analyse the pulse of Ireland in the most romantic way possible.
Hop on a bus, so that you may not miss any small or big sights of the city.
Visit Trinity College, where the green carpets spreading across the campus will definitely let you fall in love with the city.
Continue travelling south to add more photos to your album like Kildare Street and Leinster House, home of the Irish Parliament; Merrion’s Square and National Gallery and Saint Stephen’s Green, Dublin’s Central Park.
Wake up to a fresh morning blanketed by chilling air and get ready to obtain some amusing sights persisting on the countryside of Dublin.
Situated in the foothills of Wicklow mountains, Enniskerry is the most astonishing village, a postcard picture kind of location encircling a clock tower.
The village is bestowed with golf courses mainly, compete with your partner in a fun game here.
Proceed to Powerscourt Estate that holds beautiful green gardens, and here you can witness Dublin's largest waterfall as well.
A picturesque romantic locale is Powerscourt where you and your love can have a quality time with pleasant atmosphere and a phenomenal River walk can be availed.
From there, head to see yet another must see sight, Glendalough, perched on an area next to two clear water lakes below the cliffs of a deep glacial valley.
Since the location is esteemed with serenity and calmness, monks used to come for prayers and meditation here; but it is a typical romantic arena.
Next, go to take the pictures of awesome Kilkenny city, an old town, dedicated to arts and music. It boasts of its traditional buildings arrayed in a distinct manner.
Return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
County Cork will be the destination for the day. A vigorous, cosmopolitan city huddled by the river Lee.
Blarney is the first spot you may visit, famous for its stone castle made of limestone.
Then go to witness the exuberant Cobh, a great island in the Cork harbour. It has connection with the romantic Titanic and hence most romantic couples choose to place their feet in this historically important space.
Climb up the steep slopes of a hill to reach the top where you can behold the enigmatic beauty of St. Coleman's Cathedral.
Following it, set your gears ready for Kinsale which is the hub of yachting, sea angling, gourmet eating and golf.
Board one of the elegant yacht at the port and experience the sea becoming friends with you.
The narrow streets of the city are very much linked to history, after you conclude yachting, head out to visit the museum in the French Prison or, just outside the town, the star-shaped Charles Fort.
Retire to a relaxing night in a pub, say cheers to your love after an eventful day.
From Cork, pack your bags with the aim to mingle with more natural scenery in Killarney in County Kerry, the southwest part of Ireland.
What the location famous for is the National Park, cuddled by three magnificent lakes and the astounding MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range.
The day is dedicated to adventure cum thrilling activities.
Gear up for partaking in angling and water sports, golf, riding, orienteering, hiking, cycling, and canoeing with your better half. Share some relishing moments together.
Head to the West of Killarney; there is the Gap of Dunloe, a narrow mountain pass between the MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountains and Purple Mountain.
Walk the Gap if both of your are real time adventure seekers since this is really a breathtaking activity to be done; it is a narrow pathway surrounded by five different lakes and hence there will be no motor transport can be done.
Once you cross the Gap, there will be boats to take you to Ross Castle. From there, you will be taken back to Killarney.
Retire for the night.
An elaborate walk around 26000 acre National Park will be done today.
A melange of different mountains, lakes, valleys, woods and waterfalls is the reason for Killarney National Park stealing everyone's heart so splendidly.
The National Park houses Muckross House and Gardens at the centre. The house, a late 19th century mansion encompasses furnishings and artefacts from the old centuries and is a major visitor attraction.
Post which you will be travelling to Kenmare, the start point of Ring of Kerry round trip, 110 miles distance to be covered.
So, today, relax with just walking around the town of Kenmare. It becomes unmatched with any sight becuase the backdrop is enhanced by Kenmare Bay and the River Finnehy against the beauty of Kerry Mountains.
Ring of Kerry trip needs high energy and enthusiasm. 110 miles encircle the bewitching Iveragh Peninsula.
You and your love would be entangled by the mysticism prevailing around soft mountains, forest glades, bogs, rivers, lakes and beaches.
Glenbeigh, Waterville etc are some of the scenic villages you can find en route, meet and mingle with the local people and enjoy the surrounding serenity to the fullest.
By evening return to Killarneyy and retire for the night.
Today, prepare to have a glimpse of the Conor Pass, the highest mountain pass in Ireland.
It is a narrow, twisting road between the town of Dingle and Kilmore Cross on the north side of the peninsula, where roads fork to Cloghane/Brandon or Castlegregory.
Enjoy the awe-inspiring views from the road, the glaciated landscape of mountains and corrie lakes.
Later, wait to enthusiastically partake in a cycling trip to Slea Head, a circular route which begins and ends in Dingle. It extends some marvellous views of ancient megalithic structures.
Wind up the activity and retire for the night.
After breakfast, you will be taken to Shannon airport and the most romantic honeymoon trip ends here.
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