{"id":4462,"date":"2019-04-27T14:05:42","date_gmt":"2019-04-27T14:05:42","guid":{"rendered":"http:\/\/overinireland.com\/?p=4462"},"modified":"2019-08-04T22:44:53","modified_gmt":"2019-08-04T22:44:53","slug":"ireland-travel-tips","status":"publish","type":"post","link":"https:\/\/overinireland.com\/ireland-travel-tips\/","title":{"rendered":"20 Ireland Travel Tips to Make Your Experience UNFORGETTABLE!"},"content":{"rendered":"\n

Ireland is a jewel for tourists. But, as for everywhere,\nit is advised to come with some basic knowledge. Luckily, we\u2019ve got you covered.<\/p>\n\n\n\n

Deeply rooted in ancestral traditions, Ireland is a young country shaped by thousands of\nyears of History. Adjusting to its unfamiliar system, unique culture\nand different mentality can be a tricky venture. Getting prepared is the\ninsurance of a memorable journey. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

Plan your trip, save both money and time, and engage\nin a stress-free adventure with your guide of \u201c20 Ireland Travel Tips to Make Your\nExperience Unforgettable\u201d. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

#1  Weather Tips <\/h2>\n\n\n\n

In the Emerald Isles, the weather is unpredictable as\nit can change every fifteen minutes. When the thermometer hits 17\u00b0C (62.6\u00b0F),\nconsider the climate balmy. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

The highest temperatures reach 19\u00b0C (66.2\u00b0F) in both\nJuly and August. The coldest days average 5\u00b0C (41\u00b0F) and occur during January\nand February. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

It rains\nall year long, most of the days, and the driest periods happen in April, May\nand July. From mid-spring to the early end of summer, the sun breaks through the clouds for an average of 5.5 hours per day.<\/p>\n\n\n\n

Most of\nthe wind goes hand in hand with the freshest months, and the northern part\nsuffers from blustery peaks. The Southern side of the island has fewer air\ncurrents and remains agreeable throughout the seasons. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

#2  Picking the right Season<\/h2>\n\n\n\n

The peak season takes place in both July and August\nwhen most of Europe and other parts of the world are on holidays. Do expect\nsome crowd. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

The shoulder season, on its side, goes on a couple of\nmonths before and after. It offers mild atmospheric conditions (above 17\u00b0C\/62.6\u00b0F)\nand a journey away from the horde. The natural light is up at 7AM and down at\n8PM. <\/p>\n\n\n\n

The rest of the year, the sun rises at 8AM and sets at\n4PM on average. Tourism is low and, many touristic places either close down or\nshorten their opening hours. (It is essential to check to prevent\ndisappointments) <\/p>\n\n\n\n

The ocean\nand seas heat from 15\u00b0 to 19\u00b0C (50\u00b0 to 66.2\u00b0F) in the hottest time of the year.\nIn winter, the salt water barely makes it to the 8th degree (46.4\u00b0F). <\/p>\n\n\n\n

#3  Do\u2019s and Don\u2019ts <\/h2>\n\n\n\n

Another\nvital list to review before visiting any country; no one likes to disrespect\nthe master of the house.<\/p>\n\n\n\n