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    Ireland - home of many famous writers, poets, singers and music, of St Patrick, Guinness, whiskey and an unfathomably large number of exceptional pubs – can be rainy, at times even desolate, but never less than extraordinarily fun. Ireland has benefited substantially from its EU membership, and alongside all the old traditions – the late night pub singalongs and minuscule but gorgeously scenic farming communities – you’ll find the island of Ireland is moving with the times.

    With Northern Ireland’s violence hopefully ground to a halt, trips around the entire island are a great travel option. Dublin is an impressive starting point. The Guinness Storehouse and nearby Jameson distillery demonstrate the locals' renowned taste for a swig or two, while the cobbled streets and traditional music of temple bar and jagged, stony architecture of Dublin’s many churches take you to the heart of what it is to be Irish.

    Head north, and the vivid murals that adorn the walls of gritty Belfast’s houses tell their own tales of a darker history, while the highly regarded indie rock music scene is every bit as enjoyable as Dublin’s more traditional counterpart. The Giant’s Causeway – a natural formation of hexagonal rocks that slope down into crashing waters north of Belfast – is a breathtaking natural attraction, while the cliffs of Donegal and the rustic fishing villages and farm land around them are a true taste of cookie-box rural Ireland.

    Head out west, and you’ll find Galway, a traditional city weighed down with culture and buskers on the streets as well as boats out to the magnificent and barren Aran Islands. Just to the south the proud Cliffs of Moher and desolate expanses of the Burren are startling natural draws. Then there’s the musical culture of Ennis, Gaelic football in Kerry and 6th century, crumbling monasteries of Skellig Micheal.

    Away from the tourist centers, the warm welcome of Irish natives is a massive draw in itself: there’s nothing quite like an Irish stew in a thatched cottage while a red haired child entertains you with her harp. It can be a costly destination, but Ireland’s scenic sites and unique, joyful culture are worth the expense.

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    Accommodation near Ireland

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    • Kinnitty Castle
      4.74 Km from Ireland
      Kinnitty Castle or Castle Bernard is a 19th-century gothic revival castle in Kinnitty (Cionn Eitigh), County Offaly, Ireland. It is located north of the Slieve Bloom Mountains on the R421 regional road between the villages of Kinnitty and Cadamstown. A nearby pyramid was built by the Bernard family who resided in the castle,
    • Leap Castle
      14.90 Km from Ireland
      Leap Castle (pronounced “Lep”) is a castle in County Offaly, Ireland, about four miles north of the town of Roscrea on the R421.
    • Birr GAA
      15.46 Km from Ireland
      Birr GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Birr in County Offaly, Ireland. The club is almost exclusively concerned with hurling and are one of the most successful club hurling teams in the country.
    • Birr Castle
      15.81 Km from Ireland
      This article is about the castle in Birr, the town in Ireland. For alternative meanings see: Birr (disambiguation). Birr Castle (Irish: Caisleán Bhiorra) is a large castle in the town of Birr in County Offaly, Ireland. It is the home of the seventh Earl of Rosse, and as such the residential areas of the castle are not open to the public, though the grounds and gardens of the demesne are publicly accessible.
    • Rosenallis GAA
      18.46 Km from Ireland
      Rosenallis Gaelic Athletic Association club is a hurling and gaelic football club in the village of Rosenallis in County Laois, Ireland. The club colours are green and white. The club formerly amalgamated with the Clonaslee-St.Manmans club to play senior hurling under the name Tinnahinch. Seamus Dooley and Declan Conroy are two of the club's most famous players, representing Laois at senior hurling level. Rosenallis has never won the Laois Senior Hurling Championship but has won the Laois Interm...
    • Tullamore GAA
      20.24 Km from Ireland
      Tullamore GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland. The club is concerned with both hurling and Gaelic football and competes in Offaly GAA competitions.
    • Meelick-Eyrecourt
      27.72 Km from Ireland
      Meelick-Eyrecourt is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in the east of County Galway, Ireland.
    • Shanahoe GAA
      32.21 Km from Ireland
      Shanahoe GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling and gaelic football club in the village of Shanahoe, County Laois, Ireland, whose pitches are located about 2 km outside the village. The current club was founded as recently as 1980 and is located in the parish of Raheen, County Laois and amalgamates with St. Fintans, Colt to play underage football and hurling although there is still a very strong sense of rivalry between the two clubs. An older Shanahoe hurling club won the Laois Intermedia...
    • Kilruane MacDonagh's GAA
      32.32 Km from Ireland
      Kilruane MacDonagh's GAA is a Tipperary GAA club which is located in County Tipperary, Ireland. Both hurling and Gaelic football are played in the "North-Tipperary" divisional competitions. The club is centred on the villages of Kilruane, Ardcroney and Cloughjordan. The club was founded in 1937 and is named after Thomas MacDonagh, a signatory of the 1916 Proclamation who was born and lived in Cloughjordan. The clubhouse and playing field are located in Cloughjordan. The finest day in t...
    • Emo Court
      33.26 Km from Ireland
      Emo Court, located near the village of Emo in County Laois, Ireland, is a large neo-classical mansion, formal and symmetrical in its design and with beautifully proportioned rooms inside. It was designed by the architect James Gandon in 1790 for John Dawson, the first Earl of Portarlington. It is one of the few houses to have been designed by Gandon, another including Roslyn Park, Sandymount. Other buildings by him include the Custom House and Kings Inns, both in Dublin. Gandon was so busy with ...

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    Graphic showing average weather in Ireland in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 4.7 111.9 40.5 44.1
    Feb 5 76.4 41 30.1
    Mar 6.6 65.9 43.9 25.9
    Apr 8.3 58.7 46.9 23.1
    May 10.9 66.4 51.6 26.1
    Jun 13.8 69.3 56.8 27.3
    Jul 15.1 90.9 59.2 35.8
    Aug 14.9 89.6 58.8 35.3
    Sep 13 99.6 55.4 39.2
    Oct 10.2 99.5 50.4 39.2
    Nov 6.7 97.8 44.1 38.5
    Dec 5.2 117.9 41.4 46.4

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      • I love Ireland because I created my own version of it.... I have no idea what Ireland actually is... this is because the people are so varied and different. This makes Ireland multinational at the moment. Which means it's not exactly Ireland, The Ireland it's now An Ireland.
      • 100% a great spot for cooling you down from a very hot holiday abroad, no need to pay for water just stand outside and get a cool refreshing shower every 20 minutes in spectacular unspoilt views, well in rural Ireland anyway, there's only 1 top city in Ireland and that's galway it showcases true Irish culture, heritage and meaning our capital lost that.
      • Ireland - a fabulous wee country steeped in Myth & legends. Traditional music & musicians , literary arts and artists, architecture, theatre, sights to be seen and experienced, Come visit our wee haven, tis a blessing to enjoy!
      • Ireland is an all round good time. Everything is pretty. The only thing holding it back is that the Irish call powerboards extension cords and don't have another name for actual extension cords. You're killing me, guys.
      • First time I ever used it. I want a map and some pictures of Ireland where my family is from. Not only did I get a map and some pictures, but there was a 360-degree panoramic picture in there. Nice! 😎


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