Donegal is the fourth largest city in Ireland in terms of size. Being placed on the top of National Geographic Traveler’s list for the coolest places to visit in 2017, Donegal has lots of interesting places to visit including Glenveagh National Park, Glenveagh Castle, Donagh Cross (St. Patrick Cross) and Gaeltacht where people go to learn about both the Irish culture and the Irish language.

Letterkenny – Co. Donegal. The Cathedral Town

Letterkenny Co. Donegalvideo
Letterkenny is the largest town in County Donegal in Ulster, Ireland. Its name is derived from 'Leitir Ceanainn', meaning "hillside of the O'Cannons". The O'Cannons were the last of the ancient chieftains of Tír Conaill. The town has now been nicknamed "the Cathedral Town",...

Saint Eunan’s Cathedral, Letterkenny-Co Donegal

Saint Eunan's Cathedral, Letterkenny-Co Donegalvideo
St Eunan's Cathedral should definitely be on your plan when you visit County Donegal. Explore the ergonomic design of the Cathedral built in Victorian neo-Gothic style on a site overlooking the town. You will find it at Ard Choluim, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland. From...

Grianan Of Aileach – County Donegal Beautiful Stone Fort-Ringfort

Grianan Of Alieach - County Donegal Beautiful Stone Fort-Ringfortvideo
The Hidden Gem of Grianan of Aileach Hidden away on the road outside of Letterkenny in County Donegal is the Grianan of Aileach. Perfectly placed on one of the highest positions possible to see in all directions. Especially down into the Loughs below it.Perched 801...