Located in the northwestern Europe, the island of Ireland is famous for its ancient rocks and great legends. Apart from the natural beauty of the beaches, lakes, mountains and limestone deserts, the country is also known for its numerous festivals. It is also known as the Emerald Isle as it is rich is poetry, prose, painting as well as tourist literature. With proper warmth and hospitality, Ireland is very popular among the tourists.
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Ireland consists of 32 counties, six of which are in Northern Ireland which is a part of UK. The rest of the counties are under the Republic of Ireland. Apart from the north, the main regions are East Coast and Midlands, Shannon, Southwest Ireland, Western Ireland, Northwest Ireland and Lakelands and Southeast Ireland. It is separated from the United Kingdom by the Irish sea.
Summer (June-September) is the best time to visit Ireland
Mythical natural beauty. St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Irish food. Culturally Rich.
The unpredictable weather. Not maintaining punctuality. Too much crowd in summers.
For people looking for budget accommodation, there is an official youth hostel association, Oige, which has hostels in the most remote and beautiful places. The number of options in the larger cities like Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway are more as compared to the small towns. Bed and breakfast services are widely present all over, and they are very friendly and run by families. There are also some deluxe standard hotels for people looking for luxury accommodation.
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