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If you're here for that long, I'd recommend renting a car and drive to Cork, and from there follow the Wild Atlantic Way route through west cork, Kerry, Clare and  up to Galway, or further. You would probably spend 4/5 nights or so doing this, and you'll  see some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, exploring the west coast of Ireland.

I wouldn't spend too much time in Dublin, 3/4 nights at the most, but you'll get to see all the sights. Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery, kilmainham Jail, and Trinity College are some of the main tourist attractions in the city. 

There's not really that much I can think of that you should avoid. Ireland is a very welcoming country and we don't really have many tourist traps etc. While it is quiet expensive here, particularly in Dublin, that's the only negative I've ever really heard from tourists. The temple bar area of Dublin has lots of pubs and bars however it is also the most expensive place in Dublin for drinks etc. It's still worth a visit, but you'll more than likely find yourself surrounded by thousands of other tourists looking for an authentic irish experience. You'll find that on the wild Atlantic way, passing through small Irish villages that haven't changed for decades. 

I'm a taxi driver in Dublin, so if you need a taxi or want a personalised tour of the city, let me know closer to the time. 

And if you avail of my services, I accept xrp as payment! 

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Well lads, sorry just noticed the Irish group on here. Don't be fooled by the Pablo, I'm as Irish as they come. 

Being from the west and having spent many years in Dublin, I can' argue with Niall's suggestion for your trip to Ireland. Dublin is a great city to visit but a few nights is plenty.

If you had the time to continue on the Wild Atlantic Way - Mayo, Sligo and Donegal are also beautiful. 

Enjoy your visit. 

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