Often as travellers who are just itching to book our next flight and jet off to that next exotic location, we look in what I truly believe to be the wrong places of inspiration, especially with regards to travel destinations. It works well enough most of the time, how you can head on over to your favourite search engine and then simply type in a query for some suggestions for your next destination, or you might even be looking to do some research on a specific destination you’ve already set your sights on.
To reiterate though, those are some of the worst channels through which to search for travel inspiration, quite simply because all the content that comes up is overly commercialised and is likely primarily optimised to rank highly on search engines for specifically targeted, paying keywords or key-phrases. Rather, where we need to be looking is in the direction of some of those industries, companies and market players whose view of the travel industry is more of an impartial one in that they serve an indirect market of the overall travel industry.
The likes of Chill Insurance, for example, is one such company which would give the eager traveller seeking some travel inspiration an honest account of some trip ideas they’d really enjoy since the likes of chill.ie aren’t merely trying to sell you some booking through which they earn commission from the hotel they refer you to. No. These types of market players take a bit more of an authentic view of the travel industry since it’s their business to service the everyday needs of those travellers.
Chill Insurance is the subject of my focus in this regard simply because they’ve actually gone and put together an entire e-book which details some of the best Irish cultural drives available, lying in wait for the eager road-tripper.
The e-book which is rather astutely entitled “Irish Cultural Drives” highlights some of the main elements along the way which come together to make the typical Irish cultural drive a truly memorable one, suggesting routes to take based on a variety of plenty of tastes in entertainment and cultural experiences.
Additionally some great advice is offered by way of getting your car fit and ready for summer, but otherwise the various tastes in cultural experiences on offer and explored in great detail include the likes of a historical point of view, with so much history contained in the rolling landscapes, art, family, music and food.
Ireland is indeed one of the most interesting and beautiful places in the entire world and from the point of view of a Londoner, I would probably admittedly not think about heading out to a destination that’s only a stone’s throw away from England, but now I would go all the way and say that I’d take an Irish cultural drive as a trip idea over many other exotic trips, any day!
This little hidden gem which is located very close to our corner of the world is waiting for those who have a nose for a uniquely rich road-tripping experience.