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Flight Tickets to Ireland

Ireland (Republic of Ireland) is a country in north-western Europe. Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (a country in the United Kingdom) together constitute the island of Ireland. The Republic of Ireland is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the Celtic Sea, and the Saint George's Channel which makes it an exceptional venue for unparalleled natural landscapes. Ireland has been named both the friendliest country and a favorite travel destination in the entire globe by leading travel sites and magazines. Thus, you will find mostly that Ireland flights are expensive but not at Travelopod! At Travelopod, we have negotiated airfares with all airlines flying to Ireland through which we bring to you the best possible Ireland airfares when you call us. So if you are planning to visit Ireland for work or vacation, book with Travelopod now!

Tourism Information about Ireland

Ireland annually receives approximately 9 to 10 million overseas visitors of which around 2 million are from the US & Canada. If you too want to visit Ireland, read on to know more about the country -

Language: Irish (Gaeilge) and English are two of the most commonly spoken languages in the country.

Accommodation: Since Ireland is a tourist-favorite destination, the place has over the years built accommodations for all kinds of budgets. Bed and Breakfasts are especially popular due to Ireland’s scenic landscape.

Food & Drinks: Fine Dining in Ireland is an expensive affair while eating at fast food restaurants and pubs suit budget travelers well. A good value meal provided by eateries in Ireland is called a carvery lunch which consists of roasted meat, vegetables, and potatoes. Vegetarian food options are limited. Kinsale and Donegal Town are especially famous for their seafood. Ireland is also known for their drinks, particularly whiskey and beer.

Currency: Ireland’s currency is the Euro (€). The plural for Euro in Ireland is also Euro (without the ‘s’). U.S.’ embassy in Ireland is at Elgin Rd, Dublin 4.

Shopping: Like any well-developed economy, Ireland offers its visitors a wide variety of products to buy. A unique scheme in Ireland available to shoppers from a non-EU country is that they are eligible for a partial refund of the VAT tax. That’s amazing, right?

Transport: If you want to see Ireland via road, you can try rental cars and caravanning companies. Taxis are also readily available in the cities. The railways and motorways are also efficiently developed. Iarnród Éireann is the state-run authority which handles rail transportation in the country. There’s also a Tram system in Dublin called Lucas. You can traverse Irish cities via buses too which are operated by Bus Éireann (state-run) and several private bus companies. Boating and Cycling are also two lovely ways to explore the Irish landscape.

Climate: Ireland has a hot coastal climate with mild extremes. There’s a famous saying in the country pertaining to its weather, it goes ‘In Ireland, it’s possible to see four seasons in a day’. Such is Ireland’s climate’s unpredictability that it is a ritual to check the weather forecast when you are stepping out. In winters, the average temperature can vary between 39 °F to 45 °F while in the summers, the mercury usually stays in the range of 58 °F to 65 °F. Rain’s like an unannounced visitor to Ireland, so always keep your waterproof coat handy; yes, even when it’s a bright sunny day in the summers!

Tourist Hotspots: The landscape of the Republic of Ireland (ROI) can generally be divided into six regions - East Coast and Midlands (County Dublin, County Kildare, County Laois, County Longford, County Louth, County Meath, County Offaly, County Westmeath, County Wicklow), Shannon Region (County Clare, County Limerick, County Tipperary), Southwest Ireland (County Cork, County Kerry), West Ireland (County Galway, County Mayo, County Roscommon), Northwest Ireland and Lakelands (County Cavan, County Donegal, County Leitrim, County Monaghan, County Sligo), and Southeast Ireland (County Carlow, County Kilkenny, County Waterford, County Wexford).

Popular destinations in Ireland include Dublin, Cork, Galway, Killarney, Kilkenny, Letterkenny, Limerick, Aran Islands, Brú Na Bóinne, Burren and the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara, County Donegal, Dingle Peninsula, Glendalough, Kinsale, Ring of Kerry and Skellig Michael, West Cork, Sligo, and Waterford. The landmarks which most attract the most tourists in Ireland are - Blarney Castle in County Cork, Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Kilkenny, and County Donegal. You should also do explore bus tours of Ireland to discover the country better.

Information about Ireland’s Airports

Dublin Airport, Belfast International Airport (Aldergrove), Shannon Airport, Ireland West Airport (Knock), and Cork Airport are the five primary international airports in Ireland. Aer Lingus and Ryanair are the primary international airlines based in Ireland. Other regional airports in Ireland include - George Best Belfast City Airport, City of Derry Airport, Galway Airport, Kerry Airport (Farranfore), Sligo Airport (Strandhill), Waterford Airport, and Donegal Airport (Carrickfinn).

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