Ireland

Languages:

English, Irish (Gaelic)  

Time zone:

GMT/WET (UTC​) 

Area:

70,273 sq km 

Population:

4,757,976 

Currency:

Euro (€) 

Religion:

Christianity 

Government:

Unitary parliamentary republic 

Phone code:

+353 

Exploring Ireland is just like slipping into another world – a world of charming history and culture, postcard towns and villages, dreamlike landscapes and a heart-warming culinary. Settled off the coast of England and Wales, the republic of Ireland inhabits majority of the island of Ireland. Although Ireland is a small country of Europe, it has got lots to offer. So, begin your expedition with the
capital, Dublin, which is home to literary gems, and not to forget Guinness
beer. And then steer towards other beautiful destinations like Edinburgh,
Belfast, Waterford, Glasgow, Adare, Galway, Clifden, Cork, Doolin, and Limerick.
Also, you should not miss the wild beauty of Donegal, the solitude of
Connemara, the splendid mountains of Mourne, the illustrious Causeway Coast,
and the stunning Kerry and Cork. And, you must taste some of the traditional
dishes of Ireland, such as shellfish, Boxty, smoked salmon, and coddle.

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Clare

Situated on the craggy coast of the Atlantic, Ireland's County Clare is one of the country's most stunning destinations. The limestone landscape of the Burren is truly unique and spectac...

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Galway

Galway, on Ireland's west coast, is the 5th largest urban zone in the country and one of the fastest growing cities. It has a population of more than 70,000 and has been known as The City of...

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Sligo

Sligo in northwestern Ireland is about 40 miles from the border with Northern Ireland and about 135 miles from Ireland's capital of Dublin. Sligo, located at the mouth of the Garavogue River...

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Killarney

Killarney, located in south-western Ireland, is a municipality in Country Kerry. It sits at the periphery of the scenic Killarney National Park and is one of the country's widely ...

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Cork

The city of Cork, on the south western part of Ireland, sits on the banks of River Lee. It is the 2nd largest urban zone in the country as well as Ireland's 3rd most populous metropolis....

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Dublin

  A visitor to Dublin may be tempted to head straight to the pub to get himself a pint full of Guiness or a hearty helping of Stout, , but, while pub-cr...

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