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You’ll learn the 6 steps to pouring the perfect pint, and will be awarded with a Guinness-pouring certification for your troubles.Fun fact: the factory also contains the world’s largest beer glass—if it was filled, it would contain 14.3 million pints of beer! There are also a couple of cute little towns nearby where you could stop for a coffee or an ale.There’s truly nothing more calming or beautiful than star gazing while gliding across the waters of Lough Hyne on a kayak.
While we’d recommend that you stop in for a pint and a pie anywhere that catches your fancy, the riverside neighborhood of , you’ll find a rustic Irish world seemingly frozen in time.Bonus: you can also spot where is a must-do while you’re in Dublin.The seven-story storehouse tour takes you through the history of Guinness, how the delicious stout is made, and even features a couple of tastings along the way.The Blarney Stone dates back to 1446 and is linked to a litany of myths and folklore.are the result of a powerful volcanic eruption in Northern Ireland some 50–60 million years ago.
Human presence on the island dates back to 600 CE, and was a safe space for Catholics who suffered under the restrictive 18th-century What Cork lacks in size (it’s Ireland’s 2nd largest city, but has about 800,000 fewer inhabitants than Dublin) it makes up for with its plethora of incredible activities.