It's tempting to bring nothing but waterproof gear when packing for a trip to Ireland, but the sun does shine sometimes - honestly.
The electricity supply in Ireland may require visitors to use plug adapters, power converters or power transformers to cope with both different …
Since the introduction of the Euro, Ireland has shared a currency with many other European countries.
The currency of Northern Ireland is sterling, and although some stores close to the border will accept Euro, realistically you'll need to have …
We've info here on bank opening hours in Ireland, where to exchange currency, using ATMs and other useful banking information for planning travel in Ireland.
There is no escaping it, Ireland is an expensive country, it's an expensive place to live and an expensive place to take a vacation.
Driving on the left may seem like the major obstacle to overcome in Ireland, but there are other hazards you need to be alert to also.
Remarkable as it may seem, it is probably cheaper to buy a mobile phone when you arrive in Ireland.
The moterway network in Ireland, though growing, is not as extensive as elsewhere in Europe, and most visitors will eventually end up on narrow …
Although you will have no problem using your phone in Ireland, you may find that high roaming charges means it is actually cheaper to buy an Irish SIM …
Irish weather is notoriously changeable, but if you are prepared will not prevent you from having a good time.
Irish weather changes through the seasons and while there are few extremes knowing about seasonal variations can help you pick the best time to visit.
Climate variation by region is not extreme, but some parts of the country definitely get more sun - and some get more rain.
Travelers checks have largely been replaced as a means of carrying money safely in Ireland by credit cards and ATM Cards.