Traditional music, Celtic crosses, and proud patriots are a grand part of what makes Ireland unique. When visiting, you can enjoy a mixture of bustling cities like historic Dublin or rejuvenated Belfast, as well as towns and villages filled with charm and warmth and hospitality beyond compare.
The seasons in Ireland are fairly straightforward; Summer in Ireland: June, July and August, Autumn in Ireland: September, October and November, Winter in Ireland: December, January and February and Spring in Ireland: March, April and May.
Places to See
With so many places to choose from, it’s not always easy to know where to go in Ireland, but here's a couple must see spots to get your list started. For a glance at the past check out the beautiful castles like Blarney Castle and Bunratty Castle. Some other cool spots are Dublin and Galway to get a glimpse of the city life.
Among the many things Ireland is famous for, there are certain things you can't miss while there. While in the pub, grab corned beef and cabbage with a pint of Guinness to wash it down. While walking through Dublin check out all the famous statues of writers that have shaped the English world we live in today.