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Ireland - What to see between cities

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We will be flying in to Dublin and going directly to Cork via private transfer. As we want to make the most of our time, what should we see along the way?. From Cork we will travel by private transfer to Killarney. And from Killarney, private transfer back to Dublin. Again, what to see along the way?. We want to spend time in each area, but also know that there are day trips we should consider. Trying to figure which are "on the way/close to" each city. We will have 3 nights in each location.
If there is nothing "along the way" and we would be better served doing the attraction by day trip (perhaps it's in the opposite direction) we would then reconsider the private transfer in lieu of a train from place to place.

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