1. Relaxed pace of life Sheep on the way A post shared by @keithjackphotography on Sep 30, 2013 at 7:03am PDT Annual sheep race aside, the pace of life in the Irish countryside is much more relaxed than the city. So if a positive work-life balance is important to you, then a rural countryside retreat…

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1. Newgrange One of the most famous landmarks in all of Ireland, you’ll need to give yourself three hours to fully explore this national monument. A post shared by 🌀Maggie_Moon🌀 (@sidh_moon) on Jul 18, 2017 at 8:06am PDT   2. Trim castle Trim Castle, the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland, is one of the most impressive…

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1. Tayto Park Ireland’s best theme park is just a short ten-minute drive from The Willows in Dunshaughlin. The children can visit the Zoo and see animals such as Amur tigers, meerkats, buffalo or the adrenaline seekers can take a ride on the Zipline Extreme, Rotator or Cu Chulainn Coaster, Europe’s largest wooden rollercoaster with…

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