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Ireland - Northern or Western

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Greetings, My family is planning a trip to Ireland and we are looking for a well rounded vacation with ancient artifacts, castles, hiking, scenic overlooks, golfing etc. We plan to fly in and out of Dublin but are very undecided after that. We have it broken into three choices - North Ireland, Central / West Ireland, and the South Western area of Ireland.

For those who have traveled around all areas extensively, what are your recommendations for first time visitors? We will only have 8 full days on land and would like to have a relaxing but worthwhile pace - perhaps 4 destinations at 2 nights each....

Thanks for any insights!

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