European towns

Which are the most mesmerizing towns of Ireland? (Part 2)

Aughrim

The country has several towns by Aughrim’s name, but it is this scenic place in County Wicklow which makes this list. Positioned by the Derry & Ow rivers’ confluence, the original raison of the town d’être was the surrounding granite mine. That is why the forge, terraced houses, and town hall are built of granite as well as having a unique architectural style. Many hikers are attracted to the town since it is a fantastic starting point for the relaxing Sean Linehan Walk, a route of 6km that begin at Tinakilly Bridge.

Birr

Interior of Ireland is often overlooked. Either, it is bypassed for larger cities and towns. Yet, Birr makes an extraordinary claim for taking a break in the place. Famous as a heritage town, the jaunty character is offered by the preserved Georgian buildings. A lot of them are painted different colors. As one of the numerous sites of interest in the town, this Birr Castle is considered the most intriguing. A telescope made here and displayed to the public was the world’s largest for over 50 years until 1917. Plus, it was instrumental in various vital advances in astronomy’s science.

Bruff

Maybe the most wayward claim for the fame of Bruff from County Limerick is the John F. In case you do not know, Kennedy is the Bruff’s Fitzgeralds’ descendant. He indeed visited the small town from 1963. Also, Bruff is famous for its sporting heritage compared to its tourist sights. Sport has got a passive attraction owing to several excellent murals that are painted around town. Just to Bruff’s north, Lough Gur is known as a beautiful lake with a significant amount of wildlife. There is also a heritage centre as well as the ancient stone circle. Do not hesitate to plan for the trip there.