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Self-drive holiday in Ireland: Freedom on the Green Island

Ireland has a wealth of scenic experiences. On a self-drive holiday you can visit the most isolated areas at your own pace.
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Self-drive holiday in Ireland: Freedom on the Green Island is written by Naja Mammen Nielsen.

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Experience Ireland at your own pace

Ireland has unimaginable amounts of beautiful nature. But the distances can be great and the public transport can be a challenge if you want to get to the more isolated areas. It is therefore worth considering a self-drive car holiday in Ireland.

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With a rented car, you have the freedom to stop where it suits you and let chance guide you around. Drive along the many small roads and coastal roads over the hilly green landscapes and make stops in the small cozy villages away from the main road.

Here you can experience “the real Ireland” in one of the small pubs, where there is plenty of opportunity to exchange stories with the locals over a dark Guinness and socializing. Irish stew.

We have put together a range of great tips for your self-drive holiday in Ireland.

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About the travel writer

Naja Mammen Nielsen

Naja has travel blood in her veins and has a penchant for islands. She has traveled on five continents and has a great knowledge of the African continent, where she has traveled in 11 countries. In addition to countless trips to the region, she has started a development project for former girl soldiers in Sierra Leone, worked two years in Tanzania, been on island hopping in Cape Verde, crossed Zambia and Zimbabwe by train and moved in the footsteps of genocide in Rwanda.

The destinations are carefully planned on their own, targeted at the locals, the less touristy places and the preferred means of transport is by train and bus.