Today I’m hosting a breath-taking photograph taken in Glendalough by Tomasz Lisowski from Adventurous Travels.
Tomek is a man with a passion for off the beaten path destinations. He lives in Dublin but gets out as often as possible.
I have chosen this amazing photo because I love nature. I love getting out of the city to do some outdoors activities!
I must admit that if you would ask me a couple of years ago I would say I’m a big city Girl! And I was but I think that with age I’m changing.
More and more I enjoy medium-sized cities, nature, being outside! And becoming even bigger countryside Girl, which I always was deep down in my heart. Haha
Yet again I let myself to get away from the main story! I’m really a total chatterbox as you can see!
Picture Story: Glendalough, Ireland
This picture was taken in Glendalough, near medieval ruins of the monastic city (more than the 1000 year old). Around 50 kilometers from the Irish capital – Dublin.
So if you already checked out all the things to do in Dublin, this destination os for you.
I went there to spend a lovely summer weekend as well as to escape the city crowds. I was really lucky about the weather. It was super sunny and not even a single drop of rain!
The lakes in Glendalough Valley are beautiful. They look outstanding from the ground level but I decided to climb the trail that leads to the top of the hill above.
After 40 minutes, my effort was rewarded with this spectacular view. I really recommend everyone to see this magnificent place when you visit Dublin. It’s easily accessible and it will take you to a different, wonderful world.