The 5 Most Instagrammable Spots in Ireland
Ireland the land of green, mythical creatures that have orange hair and very curious pots of gold and potatoes. Okay, I know that Ireland is more than just leprechauns and grass but when my s.o. decided to whisk me away to this magical land all I thought was "we are going to spend our vacation starting at mountains and grass". Even though Ireland doesn't offer the same architecture or activities as other countries do, it does offer some breathtaking locations for the perfect Instagram photo!
#1. Cliffs of Moher
This has to be the most photographed and Instagrammable spot in Ireland at least that's what the internet tells us. The wildflowers, fresh ocean air, steep cliffs and endless sky would warm even the most bitter heart.
#2. Gap of Dunloe Killarney National Park Ireland
If you visit Gal Meets Glam you can see that this location is so simplistically beautiful. When visiting a space that offers so much green try to wear pops of color like red or yellow! You'll avoid blending into the background and allow for your outfit and those tiny yellow wildflowers to really stand out.
#3. Titanic museum Northern Ireland
The Titanic museum brings an industrial feel with some very old history. If your Instagram is filled with metal, warm tones and industrial designs then this location is perfect. While you're there make sure that you actually go inside of the museum, don't just stop and take a picture!
#4. Wicklow National Park
This gorgeous park reminds me of Wyoming or Alaska, it's so serene and tranquil. If you're looking to get away for the day go to the Wicklow National Park and have a picnic or go for a hike. If your Instagram theme features a lot of fitness, throw on your best outfit and take some fun athletic shots.
#5. Kylemore Abbey
This estate is just one of many that occupy Ireland, this Victorian estate was once home to Mitchell Henry and his beloved wife Margaret. In 1874 Margaret while on vacation in Egypt died after catching a very high fever. Mitchell was heartbroken and built his wife this beautiful estate.
Have you visited any of these amazing sites in Ireland? Look out for more European themed posts over the next few weeks!
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