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About Ireland

Ireland is a beautiful country covered with rich green forests and vast mountain ranges. It also boasts a huge range of archeological sites, including old forts and ancient ruins. Outdoor activities that suit families and couples are on offer, from horse riding to cycling and long walks through the stunning countryside. If you’re into your golf, there are around 400 courses across the country. Fota Island Golf Club is particularly special, having hosted the Irish Open three times. For some great waves to surf, head over the Lahinch in County Clare.

Make sure that you visit some of the traditional Irish pubs that are at the centre of the country’s culture. Savour a Guinness while watching one of the lively folk bands that can be found performing across Ireland.

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When To Go

Ireland is great to visit just after the traditional summer holiday months as it stays light until after 8pm and the weather is pleasant. Although rain is a possibility whatever time of year you go, May is your best bet if you’re desperate to dodge the wet weather, and the temperature is warm and agreeable.

Fast facts about Ireland

  • Capital
  • Currency
  • Fly to
    The airports of Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Knock, Donegal, Shannon, Waterford
  • Official Language
    Irish Gaelic, although everyone tends to converse in English.
  • Time
    No time difference from the UK

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Dublin Sightseeing
    You can book a bus tour through Ireland’s capital with us. Take in Dublin’s beautiful sights and hear about the history of this great city.
  • Experience traditional Irish culture in Galway
    With its small cobbled streets, and charming and friendly atmosphere, Galway is the perfect Irish town. The streets are lined with welcoming pubs playing live music.
  • Stroll through Trinity College
    Trinity College is a college within the University of Dublin. Built in the 1500s the building’s architecture is to be marveled at and the surrounding grass patches and University buildings are also lovely.
  • Take a walk along the Cliffs of Moher
    One of the most majestic sites in Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher stand 203 metres above sea level. You can hear the waves pounding against the walls of the cliffs; a truly awesome sight.
  • Visit the Rock of Cashel
    Cashel translates to ‘fortress’. Although there have been many forts occupying the hill on which the Rock of Cashel sits, it is the remains of the cathedral which you can see today. A wonderful historical site, the Rock of Cashel can be walked to from the village Cashel.

Top destinations in Ireland

  • Dublin
  • Kerry
  • Limerick
    Great Irish pubs
  • Mayo
    Trendy vibes
  • Meath
    Getting away from it all