In County Clare, you may visit the Burren. Tourists leave their County Clare hotels to marvel at the bare limestone domes on the Burren. You can also choose to go to Aillwee Cave and admire the spring and summer flora on the Burren. For many who come to hotels in County Clare, the visit is about hearing traditional folk music. The region is famous for this. Some stay in County Clare with the hopes of hearing and/or recording old songs. County Clare is full of interesting attractions and sights, so try to prolong your stay. It is worth checking into EasyToBook.com for discount hotels. County Clare is then open for visits to the Knappogue Castle, the Bunratty Castle and Fun Park and Ennis.
Ennis is home to the Daniel O’Connell Column and a nearby ruined Franciscan Friary. It has narrow winding streets and a High Cross of Dysert O’Den. The town also hosts the De Valera Museum and Library. In the environs, you can enjoy the Cragaunowen Project – an open-air museum with costumed guides exposing the realities of 5th and 6th century Irish life.