Travel Guide


Travel Guide for Ireland

The best season to visit Ireland is March through November. During this time, the temperature ranges from 50-65°F (10-18°C). If you travel in March, you may also get a chance to celebrate the traditional St. Partrick’s Day holiday and the parade with the Irish people. 


Transportation: Uber is available in many cities such as Dublin, but the service may not support the entire country. Alternatively, you can use Taxi services such as FreeNow. If you are flying to the Dublin airport, there are also a wide range of rental car providers to choose from, such as Avis, Budget, Sixt, and Hertz.


Stays: and Airbnb are popular vacation stay booking platforms. If you are looking for the best rate, IrelandHolidayHome is a local website to help you compare vacation homes or hotels rates from multiple sources.

Visas: For US citizen travelers, visas are not required to enter Ireland. For non-US citizen travelers, Schengen visas might be required. When planning for your trip, check the official Ireland travel advisory posted by the US Department of State. According to the Department of State, an increasing number of US citizens have been refused entry to Ireland because they failed to demonstrate travel intent. Please review the traveler’s requirements and prepare the appropriate documents before your trip. If you encounter emergency situations or need local assistance, contact the US Embassy in Ireland for help.

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