I recommend you not to be too ambitious about your itinerary, as you will end up spending many hours on the road and not enjoying our beautiful landscapes or cities.
Visit Dublin in 2 days is a great idea, you can adapt our itinerary suggestion
to suit you.
After that, it will take you less than 2 hours to get to Belfast. From there you can follow our friend's advice and drive along the Causeway Coastal Route and visit the Giant's Causeway
, Carrick-a-rede bridge and Dunluce Castle. Depending on the stops you would like to do and the hours you are willing to drive, you can go to Galway that same day, or spend the night in Derry-Londonderry
The following day you can walk around Galway
for a quick sightseeing and head to the Cliffs of Moher
, where you can spend the rest of the day, and stay overnight in Limerick
. From there, and on your way to the Ring of Kerry, I recommend you to do a quick stop in Adare, one of Ireland's most beautiful villages.
You can dedicate a full day to the Ring of Kerry
, there are many stops along the way you can visit, like Killarney National Park, Moly's Gap or Kenmare.
Then you will only have 1 day left to return to Dublin for your flight back, so if you want to visit Cork, Kilkenny or Wicklow I will advice you to drop some places from your itinerary and go for your unmissable ones.
If you need any more suggestions just let me know. También podemos facilitarte ayuda en español.