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Travelling to Ireland in Fall 2015

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My boyfriend and I are very excited to be travelling in Ireland this year. We've decided to stay 8-10 days in either late September/early October 2015, within the southern regions. I've read different reviews about travelling by train (mixed reviews) and we're not fans of group tours. We're essentially left with renting a car and mapping out our own itineraries.

While we want to see the best that Ireland has to offer, we're also not keen for falling into the tourist traps either. Can anyone make any recommendations as to what kind of itinerary they would propose for 2 adventurous souls that enjoy stumbling upon gems?

We also want to support the local economies by staying in smaller towns, with quaint B & Bs as well, rather than city hotels.

Thank you!!

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