Ireland

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Experience The Emerald Isle

A small country with a big reputation, helped along by a timeless, age-caressed landscape and a fascinating, friendly people, whose lyrical nature is expressed in the warmth of their welcome.  Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George’s Channel.
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Ireland has mild weather year-round, but sees most of its visitors during the long, warm days of summer. Winter is the least popular time for tourism, as it gets cold and rainy. Spring and fall are potentially ideal times to visit because the weather is still favorable—although it can vary from warm to cold in the same day—and there are fewer crowds and reduced prices on many travel products and services.
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How best to see the region?

There are the fewest crowds during the winter low season and the most crowds during the summer. Festivals that attract large crowds include the Cork International Film Festival in October, the Galway Races in the summer and fall, the Rose of Tralee Festival in August, Puck Fair in Killorglin in August, and the Ould Lammas Fair in Ballycastle at the end of August.

Travel to Dublin where you can immerse yourself in history and culture, experience adrenaline-pumping activities and lap up the lively nightlife.  From street performers to live music, kite-surfing to cocktail bars, once you get a taste of Dublin you’ll realise it’s got a personality like no other.

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