Best Time to Visit Ireland

by Nia Scott

Oct 10, 2018

Ireland © Luca Bergami |

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Ireland can be a tricky place to visit. It’s well known around the world Ireland is a wet land. It rains all the time there and the weather can be daunting to travelers looking to explore the famous rolling hills.


There are also many attractions in the country near a coast, and the weather can affect the availability. For the safety of travelers, some places cannot stay open if there is too large of a storm or too much rain. It would be upsetting to change travel plans due to the weather, so try to plan around it.


On the flip side, visiting Ireland during the rainy season can be a time to remember. Most people stick to the indoors when it’s raining but the citizens of Ireland do not. They are undeterred by torrential downpours and will spend their time out on the town enjoying the day. Visiting at this time is great because it allows people to become immersed in Ireland and live like a true citizen does.


Most would say the best time to visit Ireland would be March to May and September to November. It’s generally rainy all year-round; however, these times of the year avoid the cold months, so visitors won’t be wet and cold. No matter what, Ireland is a fantastic place to visit and has many exciting attractions waiting to be discovered.



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