Clifden holds tight the historical stories of Ireland and showcases them in their streets, buildings and other architectures very well and deep. The city is surrounded by vistas and various castles and forests covered back roads for trailing through these backroads in the night, made me hear some very spooky horror stories by the locals who reside near those forests. The temperature in this particular city is warm and gives a hang of you to hang out in the beaches and the hiking trails. The city is being established in the western coast of Ireland, appreciates the adventure junkies it hosts. Here are some suggestions.
Connemara National Park
This park originates from the only fjord that is in the Clifden. The park goes as far as the twelve bens of the Rocky Mountains. The total square area of the park is about eleven miles. It is a complete Paradise, located at the outskirts of the Clifden. The park hosts it’s a most popular attraction, Kylemore Abbey, it has the most gothic architecture I have ever seen. The entry for this park is 265 Euros. You will spot many stone bridges to walk on above the most spectacular but small lakes. You cannot miss this beauty.
The Sky Road
This road is the iconic road for traveling. Most tourists hire a car and go on a road trip on this. The sky road is at least ten miles long. It is a very twisted road that stands over the western beach coast of Clifden, while you make turns and twists in the road you can feel the water waves on the windshield of your car. It is the most beautiful road trip I have ever experienced in my life and such spectacularly created road. Some of the turns in the road are so narrow that no two vehicles can cross it together. This is a must getting experience.
Cartagena is one of most colorful cities that I have come across. The friendly neighbors and the historical aspects are surely going to take you for a spin. Its tropical sunlight and colorful buildings will lift up your spirits. There are many tourist attractions to explore. Let’s take a look at the things that you can do when you step foot in Cartagena.
Go Exploring the Old City
A major portion of the city puts up in the old part of the city. This actually includes neighborhoods of Getsemani, Diego, and Centro. Here, I encountered the most picturesque streets, especially in La Ciudad Amurallada, the walled city. In fact, I came to learn that this has been declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The flowers, the colorful structure, and the artists are something to look out for.
Street Food Tour
Although, I tried out the fresh lemonade and cheese-filled arepas served by the food vendors of plaza, I signed up for the street food tour, too. I simply couldn’t resist the temptation to try out local dishes. In this tour, a guide is going to accompany you and you can taste items from the shops, alleyways, and carts which you might not have been able to discover all by yourself. Through the tour, you can also learn about the food and culture of the city. Do not forget to try out exotic food items like queso costeño, empanadas and buñuelos, and tinto.
Visit Mud Volcano
Want to do something eccentric? Visit mud volcano. Yes, you heart it right. El Totumo, the volcano has thick mud for you to bath in. You are going to find this just outside of Cartagena. Here, I went in for a quick massage and it was a relaxing experience. Floating in the mud is something that you might not have done before, so try it out.
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