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  • Laura Grace

About Me!
Hey! I’m Laura, the person behind I want to take a moment to welcome you to my blog and thank you for taking an interest in my travel tips, advice and itineraries.

I am an Irish Content Creator who has a passion for travel, the outdoors and content creation. The purpose of my brand Live Adventure Travel is to promote a range of travel experiences from around the globe with the use of Videography, Photography, Travel Writing and Storytelling.

I do this by creating shareable travel content that will help assist my followers and readers on their travels. All while promoting fun and interesting experiences in each destination I visit.

I also work on a freelance basis and offer skills in camera & drone photography/videography, travel writing, video editing and visual and written travel guides. I have a Degree in Music Production which has led to me developing strong skills in video and audio editing.

So, if you are in need of a Podcast, Youtube or Tiktok editor send me over a DM 😉 You can check out my work with me page to see an example of my work.

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Published : Jan, 2024

Suggested itinerary | Sites and attractions | When to visit | Long distance transport | Historical sites | Nature and wildlife | City tours or passes | Hiking or trekking |
Rock of Cashel | Blarney Stone | Cobh | Kinsale | Kenmare | Killarney National Park | Molls Gap | Ladies View | Torc Waterfall | Muckross Abbey |
Planning a trip to Ireland can be a lengthy task. One that leaves many scratching their head or pulling their hair out. But, lucky for you, I’ve come to your rescue. Hi, I’m Laura, your local guide. It’s my goal to make your trip to Ireland as carefree as possible. I love seeing visitors fall in love with my home country. Ireland is a magical place, and I understand just how much the trip means to you. It’s a once in a lifetime experience and I can’t wait to help you plan it. Now, let’s go on a road trip, an Ireland 7 day itinerary exploring the countries most iconic cliffs, beautiful national parks and we will even take a journey out to one of Ireland’s most scenic islands.

But first, we need to address the big question.


To put it simply, no. 7 days is not nearly enough to see all there is to do in Ireland. In fact, a whole month would only allow you to scratch the service of what the country has to offer. However, with that being said, oftentimes one week in Ireland is all most tourists have. And, while it’s not a huge amount of time, it is enough to see some of the countries major highlights.