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17 Best Souvenirs to Bring from Ireland

A trip is not really a trip if you don’t bring something from it. Ireland has plenty of things that look and feel Irish at first sight and are a perfect souvenir to bring from a visit. From the expensive handcrafted artisanal souvenirs to the mass-produced kitsch ornaments, there is […]

 
 
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What to Pack for Ireland – 18 Must-Haves

There are two things you need to know about Ireland as a travel destination. The first is that people only need to visit it once before they fall in love with it. The second is that Ireland is one of those destinations that require careful packing. Ireland is a country […]

 
 
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How to Make the Most of Your Layover in Dublin

Any traveler can do a lot worse than have a layover in Dublin. Actually, Dublin layovers happen often because Dublin is a hub for cross-Atlantic travel. For people traveling from the United State or Canada, Dublin is often the place where their feet touch European soil first. Thanks to Ryanair, […]

 
 
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Do Irish People Speak Gaelic?

Do Irish People Speak Gaelic?

Learning a couple of words in local languages is one of the more fun parts of traveling. When it comes to Ireland, that means learning to say something in Gaelic. However, some people might wonder whether they need to, because most of the communication in Ireland happens in English. Plus, […]

 
 
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20 Things You MUST Know Before Visiting Ireland

Between members of the Irish diaspora looking for their roots, gay couples looking for a perfect wedding destination, and literature buffs looking to pay homage to the greats, Ireland sees millions of tourists every year. Tourism is a ten-figure industry in Ireland, and the Irish people have grown accustomed to […]

 
 
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Why Is Ireland Expensive?

Ireland sure is a lovely country to visit, but many who do so find it very expensive. And they’re not alone. People who live in Ireland are well aware that consumer goods and services in their country are significantly more expensive than the EU average. There are very few countries […]

 
 
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