Ireland is a country in Northwest Europe which consist of the island of Ireland which lies in the Atlantic Ocean.
It is a lowland country of wide valleys, lakes and peat bogs, with islolated mountain ranges around the coast.
The climate is mild due to the Atlantic Drift and rainfall is plentifull, though highest in the West.

Agriculture, industry and service industries are important. The economy could benefit from peace in the north and withdrawl of the English troops. The population of about 5.500.000 people live in an area of about 85.000 square kilome-ters. Languages spoken are Irish, Shelta, Gaelic and English.

Lovingly referred to as the “Emerald Isle”, Ireland is a true historical jewel, boasting hundreds of amazing castles and monasteries, in addition to beautiful landscapes and a vibrant fun-loving culture.

Dublin is the beating heart of Ireland, home to such tourist attractions as the famous Trinity College, and the newly-built but already-beloved Guinness Storehouse. Many visitors to the city embark on one of its ubiquitous Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tours, an economical and quick means of hitting all the city’s many hotspots.

History is alive all over the Emerald Isle, and visitors won’t want to miss trips to such famous spots as the sheer Cliffs of Moher and the Blarney Castle, home to the eponymous Blarney Stone. Other fascinating attractions include the ancient Glendalough Monastic Settlement, and the 12th century castle complex known as the Rock of Cashel. The isolated monastery on Skellig Michael is just another one of the plethora of amazing historical sites that make Island a history buff’s heaven.

Ireland has long been famous for its lush green scenery, its legendary beers, its extraordinarily friendly people, and its (often) spectacularly bad weather. Despite all the myths, you probably won’t find the end of the rainbow or a spritely leprechaun with a pot of gold. What you will find, however, is a beautiful country ready and willing to capture your heart.

On Trifter Ireland Travel Guide, our goal is to help you plan the perfect trip the the green isle. Whatever you’re looking for – whether it’s a great deal on plane tickets to Ireland, the cheapest Dublin hotel, the most charming hostel in Galway, the best way to find a rental cottage in Ireland, or the inside scoop on Irish food and the famous Guinness – we’ve got it here for you.

Want to know which festivals are going on while you’re in Ireland? Looking for the museums that’ll help you understand this country’s culture and history? Itching to see some sporting events? Just want to hang out and make friends at the local pub? Trifter Ireland Travel Guide can help you do all of that, and more. Come on in and see what inspires you to book your trip to Ireland!

So whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, Trifter has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation.

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Contents:

What is the geography of Ireland?

What are the ethnic groups in Ireland?

What language is spoken in Ireland?

 

Helpful words to get you started:

  • Hello: Sabaii dee
  • How much: Tao dai
  • Two: Song

What is the main religion in Ireland?

 

What is the culture of Ireland?

What is the history of Ireland?

How is the climate in Ireland?

 

When is the best time to visit Ireland?

Do I need a visa to go to Ireland? How much is the visa fee for Ireland?

 

 How to get to Ireland?

How can I get around Ireland?

What things I need to know before visiting Ireland?

 

What are some good books and movies on Ireland?

What will I eat in Ireland?

How is healthcare in Ireland?

 

What to buy in Ireland?

How to handle money in Ireland?

What is nightlife like in Ireland?

Is Irelanda safe place to travel?

What to wear in Ireland?

What are the etiquette & customs in Ireland?

What are the Traveler’s Do’s and Don’ts in Ireland?

 

What is illegal in Ireland?

 

What are the major ceremonies and festivals of Ireland?

 

 What are the public holidays in Ireland?

 

Why should I go to Irelandat least once?

 

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