Where are you spending Valentine's Day this year?
Valentine's Day is coming up! Do you have plans yet? These Irish destinations are sure to impress your loved one on February 14.
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Whitefriar Street Church, Co Dublin
Did you know that Dublin is home to the remains of St. Valentine himself? Whitefriar Street Church on the south side of the city has a shrine to the patron saint of love. Make sure to visit on Valentine’s Day on February 14 and ask for the saint’s blessing.
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Kylemore Abbey, Co Galway
Hidden away in Connemara in Co Galway, the history behind the stunning Kylemore Abbey is particularly romantic. The building was first constructed in 1867 by Mitchell Henry as a sort of ‘love token’ for his beloved wife Margaret, who fell in love with the area when they visited on their honeymoon.
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Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare
As one of Ireland’s most picturesque scenes, the Cliffs of Moher may be the perfect spot to pop the question on Valentine’s Day.
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The original Claddagh shop, Co Galway
The Claddagh ring’s iconic design represents friendship, loyalty, and love. Stop by the original Claddagh jewelers on William Street in Galway City to get one fitted for you and your partner.
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Kissing Gate, Co Armagh
Why not visit the Kissing Gate at Tannaghmore Gardens? Legend has it that couples who kiss here will get married within a year! Love, love! pic.twitter.com/VwdXe9cVew— Discover Craigavon (@VisitCraigavon) February 14, 2017
Legend has it that if you and your beau share a kiss at this gate in Tannaghmore, Co Armagh, you’ll be married within the year!
Do you have plans to travel to Ireland for Valentine's Day? Let us know in the comments!