YOUR GUIDE TO IRELAND
A Land of Natural Beauty, Cultural Delights, and Welcoming Spirit
Discover the magic of Gaelic traditions, explore ancient historical sites like Newgrange, and embrace the enchanting melodies of traditional Irish music. Whether you're exploring the vibrant streets of Temple Bar or wandering through the serene countryside, Ireland will leave you with unforgettable experiences and a sense of timeless charm.
Top Attractions & Activities:
Have fun in Dublin
Admire the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare
See Bushmill's Giant’s Causeway
Drive along the Ring of Kerry around the Iveragh Peninsula
Wander Galway, a harbour city on Ireland’s west coast
Party on St. Patrick’s Day
Kiss the Blarney Stone in Cork
See historic castles - Kilkenny Castle, Dublin Castle, Cahir Castle and Dunguaire Castle
Capital and Population:
The capital city of Ireland is Dublin.
The country's population is 5.033 Million.
The official languages of Ireland are Irish (Gaelic) and English.
Irish is both the national and primary official language of Ireland. The second official language, however, is English, which is widely spoken and used for the majority of official, legal, and everyday communication.
The official currency of Ireland is the Euro (EUR).
Best Time to Visit and Weather:
June-September for a warmer climate and clearer skies.
Ireland is often referred to as the "Emerald Isle" due to its stunning green landscapes, lush countryside, and rolling hills.
Ireland has a strong literary heritage, with renowned writers like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and W.B. Yeats hailing from the country. Dublin, the capital, is a UNESCO City of Literature.
St. Patrick's Day, celebrated on March 17th, is a significant cultural and religious holiday in Ireland.
Ireland has a rich ancient history, with notable sites such as Newgrange, a prehistoric monument older than the Egyptian pyramids.