I already wrote an entry about my visit to Miltenberg, but this time I had the chance to get inside the castle and have a closer look at this building residing over the city. Advertisements
Before our trip to Ireland, I went to some local book stores and I really tried to find a travel book I could buy. I really tried my best.
Fans of the series ‘Game of Thrones’ probably know this already – a lot of scenes were filmed in Ireland. And whether you want to join one of the official tours or rather explore the locations on your own, it’s definitely a lot of fun!
Galways is well known for the pubs and there really are enough to stay there for at least two weeks and go into a different pub every night!
This year I spent my birthday in Ireland and as I wanted to do something special that day, we drove to the Marble Arch Geo Park and joined a tour through the caves!
A local told us to go to Enniskillen as he really likes the city and as we’re always open for travel tips – we decided to check it out!
The third stop on our trip along the North Coast of the island brought us to Dunluce Castle, and I really wish we would have had more time there as it’s really a gem for any lovers of ruins and castles!
After visiting the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, we drove off to head to the next spot on our list: the Giant’s Causeway!
This year we travelled to North Ireland and I wanted to grasp this chance and see a bit more of the Irish Coast, of which I only had a small glimpse last year – and one destination on my list was the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge
This castle lies on a Crannog, a man made island, next to Killykeen Forest Park. It’s only accessible by boat, but it sure is worth travelling there.