For North Americans who have been on a cruise to British Isles and Ireland, they dream of the day they’ll go back and for those who have not, they look forward to when they’ll go. This is because this destination is a favorite to many travelers from the North American Region. But this is all for a good reason, I mean where else on earth will you get 5 different countries, with their own unique cultures amalgamated into two islands whose size cannot even be compared to the state of California?

The main cities to visit in Ireland are the capital of Ireland Dublin and Cork. Dublin is rich in museums, gardens, exhibits and estates that are worth a look. Being an epicenter for Ireland’s history, you’re guaranteed to find very captivating historical example of nearly all eras, which even go beyond the historic St. Patricks cathedral dating back to the 3rd century. In Cork, you’ll enjoy kissing the Blarney stone found at the enchanting blarney castle.

A simple stop in Northern Ireland will bring you closer to Grand Opera House, Irish Linen Centre, Trust’s Crown Liquor Salon and the captivating Botanic Gardens. Be sure to look for the phantasm Loch Ness Monster, and to pay a visit to the Orkney Islands as you cross the white-sand beaches, rich prehistoric sites, and 1000 ft cliffs in Scotland. Ensure you stop at Wales to get that chance to relish a breather and some enchanting stunning landscape as you prepare to visit the numerous national parks.

Traverse England, walking in the land that America’s Forefathers had walked on decades ago. All the sites you see printed on postcards, the Trafalgar Square, Southampton Maritime Museum, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben among many others will all be at your disposal for exploration.

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