Headed to the Emerald Isle? In addition to your normal clothes for travel, here are the 10 things you actually need for Ireland, in a helpful packing list.
While summer in Ireland gets all the glory, planning a trip during spring in Ireland is actually a great idea. Not only are there fewer tourists around, but you’ll also save money on accommodations during this time of year. True, you may still encounter some rainy days, but with a mix of both indoor and […]
Ireland in March can be somewhat of a tease – we finally get out of the dreary winter months and look forward to warmer spring months ahead, but there’s still a bit of wet weather to get through. Luckily, there are plenty of fun events during this time of year, such as the famous St. […]
As the various parts of the year go by, Ireland feels fairly quiet and slow in February. The country and the hemisphere are in the grips of winter, so people are forgiven for taking it easy indoors and staying warm. Most people think of visiting a destination when it’s summer and the sun is out. […]
You may not think of winter as the ideal time to visit Ireland, but there are actually plenty of benefits. You’ll have fewer people to deal with anywhere you go, from tourist attractions to restaurants. That means no waits, and you may be able to see more in a day than you would in summer. […]
When you’re looking for one of the cheaper times to visit Ireland, January is a great time. Ireland in January is free of all the holiday crowds, so you’ll love being able to explore without waiting in any lines. Airfare and hotels are also more affordable this time of the year, so as long as […]
When you think of visiting Ireland, you likely think of warm, sunny days during the summer while you wander around the country. Don’t discount the winter as a time to visit, however – there are plenty of things to do in Ireland in the winter. In fact, there are many advantages to visiting the island […]
When it comes to when people want to visit Ireland, summer gets all the glory, but it’s a great country year-round if you don’t mind a bit of rain. In fact, I think the off-seasons can be even better because you won’t be dealing with crowds of tourists and may have a chance to mingle […]