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Ireland Tourism

For years Ireland has been at the top of many people’s ‘must visit’ lists, but the best time to take the plunge and hop on the plane is definitely now. Ireland is on the verge of shaking off the economic problems that have troubled it for the last few years, so prices now are more competitive than ever before. Tourism is booming thanks to the opening of the Wild Atlantic Way (a 2,500km biking/driving route all along the western coast), the recently revamped Titanic quarter in Belfast, and the massively popular TV show, Game of Thrones, which is filmed here. That’s all on top of the wonderful welcome international visitors receive, the fascinating history of the country, the top class bars, restaurants, and hotels, and the many things to see and do – obviously!

Visiting Ireland
Visiting Ireland
Visiting Ireland couldn’t be easier, especially if you are travelling from another EU country. Flights are very reasonably priced from mainland Europe and there’s no need to change currency, as Ireland uses the Euro. Visitors from further afield will find getting into Ireland a breeze too; citizens of the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and several other countries can enter without a visa.

Once you’re here, you’ll soon realise that the Irish are a friendly bunch, always willing to lend some helpful advice. Whether you opt for an organised tour or decide to travel the country independently, getting around couldn’t be easier thanks to an extensive road network and a national full of people willing to point you in the right direction.

Why pick Ireland?
There are thousands of reasons to pick Ireland as your next holiday destination. We’ve got breathtaking natural scenery, an intriguing history to discover, world class restaurants, excellent opportunities for outdoor activities, relaxing retreats, charming locals, and hundreds of sights to see, right across the country. If you like rolling hills, dramatic cliffs, glassy lakes, misty mountains, ancient ruins, eclectic eaterys, cozy pubs, fairytale castles, pretty seaside villages, modern cities, and of course, the all important ‘craic’, then and Irish holiday is for you.

Types of Holidays in Ireland
Ireland is ideal for any type of holiday. If you fancy soaking up some culture on a city break, look no further than the classy capital of Dublin. Fancy delving into the local cultures and traditions? Head out west to the Gaeltacht region, or stop off in Galway for some traditional music, local art, and fantastic food. Is adrenalin and adventure more your style? Climb one of our many mountain ranges or go mountain biking through the forests. If you love nature, we’ve got several national parks and a whole country full of awe-inspiring scenery that will take your breath away. Or do you just want to relax, enjoy a pint or two, and take things as they come? Then you’re especially lucky, because you can go anywhere in the country and do just that! Whatever you’re into, Ireland has it.

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