Most beautiful beaches, lively pubs, colourful culture, amiable people, delectable dishes, spectacular memorials, medieval castles, ageless docksides, breath-taking hills, lush landscapes and sparkling lakes, welcomes you to Ireland, the "Emerald Isle.” Located just off the coast of Wales and England, Ireland is the birthplace of the famous Guinness beer. Its capital, Dublin, nicknamed the "Fair City”, is the largest and most populous city in the country. This magnificent city is among the best thirty cities in the world. Ireland welcomes thousands of visitors and tourists yearly who swarm in throughout every month of the year to get a taste of what true beauty really is. Ireland is also famous for some of the world’s finest attractions like the amazing Cliffs of Moher, Trinity College, Kinsale, the Aran Island, the Ring of Kerry, the Rock of Cashel, Bunratty and lots more.

Best Cities To Visit In Ireland

Main Things You Need To Know

Beer Lovers

In Ireland, people consume an average of 131.1 liters of beer per year


Halloween origins from Ireland.

Last Names

Most of Irish families last names, start in Mac... or O'....

Urban Legends

Ireland is very known because of the gobin legend.

Best Things To Do In Ireland

Main Things You Need To Know About Ireland

The Republic of Ireland uses the Euro as their official medium of exchange within the country. One Euro is equivalent to 1.18 US dollars.

The Irish speak and recognise both Irish Gaelic and English as their official languages, but still maintain its place as the first official language. Ullan is spoken as a minor language by a very few population. There are good tour guides who will be willing to assist tourist with communication and who will like to teach them a few things in the language if you find one necessary.

Visa Information
Nationals of the EEA and certain other countries do not need a visa to enter the country. Tourists who are not nationals of these countries will need to apply for a tourist visa either under a single entry or multiple entries. Countries whose nationals must apply for the Irish visa include Afghanistan, Iraq, Albania, Lebanon, Cuba, Moldova, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Eritrea, Somalia, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Georgia, Ukraine, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and Iran.
As part of the requirements for a tourist visa, the following eligibility criteria must be met.
Tourists must provide:
1. A completed and signed visa application.
2. A passport that will remain valid for at least six months after you’ve left Ireland.
3. Prove showing that you’re financially capable of covering all the expenses that will be incurred during visit.
4. Recent passport-sized photographs.
5. Visa fee. A single entry visa will cost £60 and £100 for multiple entries.

Getting There
There are 10 international airports in Ireland that welcome tourist from other countries to explore the wonders of Ireland. These airports are Dublin Airport, Belfast City Airport, Cork Airport, Shannon Airport, Derry Airport, Ireland West Airport, Donegal Airport, Waterford Airport, Kerry Airport and Belfast International Airport.
Driving into Ireland will only be possible through North Ireland. This is because it is the only country that shares boundary with Ireland. You can also decide to cross into Ireland from North Ireland by train.
Entering Ireland by ferries is the best option for all neighbouring countries. Among these neighbouring countries are England and Wales who have two different routes each to enter Ireland. 

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Peak Travel Periods
The Irish tourist visa is valid for 3 months and cannot be extended after its expiration. Tourists who wish to continue in the country must first leave and then re-enter.
Ireland does not have predictable weathers as others do; so predicting a good period for tourist visits may seem daunting. However, the months of May to July are arguably the best months to pay a touristic visit to Ireland.

Travelling In Ireland

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