Viktoria Gerger is an Austrian student studying in Ireland on her Erasmus, at the University of Limerick. Here, she shares her favourite panoramic from her time in Ireland!
1. Limerick City, Co Limerick
Even though Limerick is one of the largest cities in Ireland, I had never heard of it before coming to UL last year. I’ve had lots of time to explore the city, this photo is taken from the treaty stone.
2. Clonbullogue Airfield, Co Offaly
Upon joining the Skydiving Club, I got to spend some time at the Irish Parachute Club and see parts of the country not everyone gets to when coming to Ireland. I really enjoyed the early mornings and amazing sunsets in Offaly.
3. Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry
One of my favourite trips with the International Society was to the Dingle peninsula, which is why I went twice, no matter if November or April this gorgeous spot is a very well hidden gem but definitely worth the visit!
4. Lough Tay, Co Wicklow
Visiting the Wicklow mountains was amazing, especially in fall, this private lake in the middle of the mountains is also known as Guinness Lake and has been one of my favourite spots in Ireland so far.
5. Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare
What would a list about beautiful scenery in Ireland be without a mention of the Cliffs of Moher. I’ve been there several times, and each time the weather is different but it’s never not a breath taking view
6. The Burren, Co Clare
The very underrated beauty of the smallest national park in Ireland is quite the sight and definitely worth a stop in County Clare.
7. The Giants Causeway, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland
I’ve managed to make it up to the Giants Causeway three times this past year and I was still taken aback every time at how beautiful no matter if rain or sunshine.
8. Salthill Beach, Co Galway
Galway is one of the coolest cities I’ve been to, and has a great beach especially on those ‘sunny and rainy at the same time’ days!
Thanks to Viktoria for writing this post for us! Inspired to study abroad in Ireland? Check out the University of Limerick.
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