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Ireland and Amsterdam - 10 days

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Hello fellow travelers,

My husband (25 & 30yrs old) and I are planning a trip to Ireland and Amsterdam this August. We thought we would split our time equally in each place. We're flying into Dublin first. Any advice on areas to travel to in Ireland? Since we'll just have the 5 days and there's so much to see, it's a little overwhelming. We like to drink and have fun but also like to walk around and sight see.

Would be so grateful for any advice you might have on either location. Or, if it seems like Ireland would be it's own trip (but I am really hoping we can do it this trip), are there other areas around Amsterdam that might be better spent bc of the time restriction?

Thanks so much,
Marie

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