Flight To Dublin Ireland From R7500 per person
Ireland is a lush island in the North Atlantic, complete with castles, rolling green hills and let’s not forget Guinness beer. It is the second-largest island of the British Isles, with a population of approximately 6.4 million hospitable Irish locals. Popular attractions include Bunratty Castle in Shannon, SS Nomadic in Belfast and The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin.
Why visit Ireland
Ireland is home to a sensational array of reputable beers. It goes without saying that beer is an integral part of the Irish identity, in fact, Irish people are the sixth biggest beer drinkers in the world!
Famous for its landscapes, Ireland brings lush green imagery to mind, with hopes of silence and serendipitous journeys. Beautiful mountains and waterways consisting of lakes and winding rivers manifest an intrinsic calm.
A hearty Irish meal should be the number one thing on your itinerary once settled in Ireland. Delicious soups and stews can be enjoyed in winter, while scrumptious fish can be tried in the summer. It is comfort food made with love!
Best time to visit Ireland
Ireland has a mild but changeable oceanic climate, with few extremes. Its peak season is from June to August (summer months) and Christmas time. This means tourists will have to fork out additional spending money as prices of airfare, cars and accommodation are at its highest. During summer, you can expect the sun to rise around 6 am and set around 10 pm. The weather is pleasantly warm and all the attractions are open for incredible sightseeing. Attend sensational festivals in Dublin in the summertime. If you wish to avoid crowds, consider the month of September, as it is still beautifully warm. The best time to visit any city in Ireland would be in spring (February to April) and autumn (August to October). Witness the beautiful foliage during the autumn months, while spring sees nature’s elegance kick in with majestic flowers blossoming.
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