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Thinking of a trip to Ireland? So many people come to this wonderful country and never get further than the city of Dublin. Yes Dublin is a magnificent city and there is plenty to do there, but there is so much more in to see and explore in Ireland than just one city! Here are some suggestions to get you started.
The Giant’s Causeway
Warm fare, excellent drinks, and freshness form the base of Irish food. While most think of Ireland as a meat and potatoes country, there’s much more to Irish cuisine than that (although the meat and potatoes dishes are excellent). On a trip to Ireland, you won’t go hungry and you won’t have to spend a whole lot if you check out pubs, local markets, and take-away restaurants. If you’re looking for fine dining, modern Irish restaurants in cities like Dublin
Most of us can snag ten days off for vacation every year, luckily, that’s the perfect number of days for an introduction to Ireland. In ten days, you’ll be able to explore the rolling green hills of the countryside, take in the sights of Dublin, and sip a few pints while listening to lilting Irish tunes.
To make the most of your days, you’ll want to fly open jaw into Shannon and out of Dublin (or vice versa). Since long-haul
Wales is known for its natural beauty, distinct culture and a long history. Part of the UK, it’s got a unique character which attracts travelers from all over the world. Wales is filled with picturesque cities to visit and listing them is absolutely impossible. Some of the most notable are: Cardiff – the capital of Wales -, Aberystwyth – coastal town -,Wrexham – largest town in North Wales , home to a superb church and castle – and Caernarfon –
July is part of the peak travel season in Ireland and the only time when you can actually swim in the ocean. If you don’t want to pay too much for your flight and hotel and also don’t enjoy the crowds, then this period is definitely one to avoid. On the other hand, it’s also the perfect time to enjoy the festivals.
July is a summer month, when the days are usually warm and long (18 hours of daylight). A “hot”
Visiting Ireland in June means you’ll be avoiding the peak travel season and also get here when it’s supposed to be the sunniest. It’s a good month for exploring the outdoors plus there are also some events taking place in Dublin, celebrating James Joyce.
June is one of the sunniest months , but the weather is variable and Ireland’s weather is definitely not very predictable. Sometimes the weather in April might be nicer than the weather in June , so