Discover our travel guide of Wicklow in Ireland made of pictures from travel influencers and photographers.
What you will see and do in Wicklow:🌲 Forest 🐾 Wildlife ⛰️ Hill station 🌲 Plain ⛰️ Hill 🏞️ River
County Wicklow on Ireland's east coast is one of its most beautiful regions, encompassing rolling mountains, pristine beaches and plenty of historic sites. It's also home to many things you'll only find in Wicklow, from the country's tallest waterfall to Saint Patrick's landing site.
The beautiful Wicklow Mountains National Park is the largest of Ireland's six national parks, spanning 220 square kilometers, and the site of the historic Glendalough Abbey. Wicklow Way's self-guided walking trail, part of the mountains was listed in the 2015 book 1001 Walks You Must Experience Before You. Wicklow National Park is only about a 40-minute drive south of Dublin, but you'll feel as if you're in a whole other world, amid some of Ireland's most breathtaking sights. In fact, you may have caught a glimpse of it before, either on television or in film, as it was used as the setting for the “History of Vikings” TV series, the 2007 rom-com.
A satellite garden of the National Botanic Gardens of Ireland, the Kilmacurragh Botanical Gardens are peaceful on the site of a former estate whose acidic soils and moderate temperatures have turned them into a haven for plants. rare. It has welcomed critically endangered species like the monkey puzzle tree, whose population in Chile has been so devastated that they are now a national monument. The arboretum is also home to many of the Irish champion trees - selected as one of the country's tallest, oldest or largest trees.
The two famous seaside towns of Bray and the Greystones are linked by a 6km trail around the Bray Head peninsula. Overlooking the Irish Sea with unrivaled views north of Wicklow and south of Dublin, this is one of the most beloved walking routes on the east coast. In Bray you can visit The Harbor Bar, once voted the best pub in the world Lonely Planet.
The best hotels in Wicklow are BrookLodge & Macreddin village, The Parkview hotel, Glendalough Glamping
You can visit Sally gap, Russborough house, Glendalough Upper Lake or Wicklow Brewery.
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Discover more travel spots to explore around Wicklow🏞️ Loch spots ⛰️ Hill spots 🐾 Wildlife spots 🏖️ Beach spots 🌲 Forest spots ⛰️ Highland spots ⛰️ Hill station spots 🌲 Nature reserve spots 🏞️ River spots 🏞️ Waterway spots 🏞️ Mountain river spots 🏘️ Town spots 🌲 Plain spots 🌉 Bridge spots 🏰 Ruins spots ❄️ Fjord spots 🏖️ Shore spots ⛰️ Cliff spots Mountain pass spots
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