Ireland's stunning scenery has just had a €15 million reboot with the opening of the Waterford Greenway, a 46km walking and cycle trail along the Great Southern and Western Railway line.
The dreamy route takes you through brick-lined tunnels framed by wild ferns and foliage, across a red iron railway bridge, up high on an 1878 viaduct and past a derelict 1950's dance hall where many Waterford love stories began.
The trail leads from Dungarvan to Waterford City, and provides a new route for families to stroll along.
It's also a haven for cyclists as they whizz along the dizzy heights of the bridges along the trail.
Doesn't it look like something from a dreamworld? Summer days picnicking along here would be the perfect way to soak up some rare Irish sun.
The Greenway officially opens today, and more information can be found here.
See you at the tunnel?