Many people are confused about Ireland vs Northern Ireland. I often get asked “what is the difference between Ireland and Northern Ireland?”. Is there a difference? Are they not one and the same? They are not and, to help clarify things for you, here is an explanation as to why there is a difference and what exactly the differences are between the two.
Ireland can be an expensive destination to visit. After the Euro was introduced, prices for both locals and visitors soared and they have remained high in many aspects for both daily life and tourism. However, it doesn’t mean you have to put off visiting the Emerald Isle. In this post I’m sharing some tips on how to travel Ireland on a budget.
In this guide you are going to discover the best places to visit in Ireland. From stunning scenery, lush landscapes, places to discover Ireland’s history and the best cities to enjoy, these places are the must-visit and must-see in Ireland that you need consider when planning your Ireland itinerary.
If you are looking to visit the Emerald Isle you are probably wondering “when is the best time to visit Ireland?”. For me there is no bad time to visit Ireland, but for other people there are some things that will play a role in when they decide to book that trip for. With this guide I share everything you need to know to help you make your decision.
It is not often I hear it, but sometimes, just sometimes, I am asked “Is Ireland worth visiting?”. Now, for me as an Irish person, yes, I can be biased. Being an Irish expat is hard because I miss the beautiful Emerald Isle so much, but I try to go back as often as I can. But if you are wondering “why travel to Ireland”, then I am going to share with you my best reasons to visit Ireland, just convince you if you are on the fence.