A Traveler’s Complete Companion To Visiting Ireland

By Trista
A Traveler’s Complete Companion To Visiting Ireland

Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Its official name is the Republic of Ireland, and its economy is heavily dependent on the tourism industry. Nearly 10 million people visit Ireland every year, most during its popular tourist season, which runs from roughly April to October. The cities that receive the most substantial tourist traffic include Dublin, Limerick, Waterford, Cork, and Galway. The places you can see and things you can do in Ireland are endless and include cruises, culture, architecture, nightlife, festivals, museums, and parks. 

With so many places to visit and so much to see, it’s nearly impossible to get everything done in one trip. In fact, you can stay in Ireland for six months and still not get to everything. Most people can only stay in Ireland for a few days. Ireland’s tourism industry brings in billions of Euros every year. If you’re planning an Irish vacation, then start with our ultimate guide. 

When you travel to Ireland, you will need to make sure you have enough money to convert into Euros for your trip. Pixabay.

27. Need-To-Know Basics

If you only speak English, you don’t need to worry about going to Ireland because one of the country’s main languages is English. If you are from the United States, every dollar is worth .88 Euros. Ireland’s population is over four million, but most of them will stay confined to their homes and businesses during the busy tourist season. 

The country’s capital is Dublin, and this is one city that you need to see because it holds some of the most fantastic tourist attractions, including the largest St. Patty’s Day parade. While you can visit any time of the year, the best time to visit is during St. Patrick’s Day or Christmas to get the most out of your experience.