Ireland

An incredibly welcoming and breathtakingly beautiful destination, Ireland offers more that you can imagine. I love Ireland there are so many beautiful things to see and do.

Timing

Since you’re not expecting to lounge in the sun or feel the sand in your toes when you think Ireland, there really isn’t a bad time to visit.

Late spring, summer and early fall offer the lowest chance of rain and colder temps. Between March and May, and September to November, it’s not as crowded as it is in summer, or as cold as it is in winter. That said, Ireland has a mild, temperate climate and although it’s rainy at times, you can visit all year round.

Don’t Miss

The rolling hills, the beautiful countryside, the castles, the Cliffs of Moher, the Ring of Kerry, the sheep, the bars and pubs.

You must visit Dublin and do the touristy things, like Temple Bar, a distillery tour and whiskey tasting. Then, you’re off to explore gorgeous cities and cliffside castles. You’ll want to kiss the Blarney Stone for good luck and of course, no trip to Ireland would be complete without the purchase of some locally made woolen goods.

So many fabulous small cities and villages to visit along the way. From Killarney to Kilkenny, Galway and Cork. You can stay in a beautiful castle over night or a fabulous B&B over a pub.

Ten Days

Ten days is just enough time to visit the highlights, including Dublin, the Rock of Cashel, Galway, the Cliffs of Moher, the Dingle Peninsula, and Northern Ireland. Your days will be action packed to get it all in but having personally visited Ireland, I have so much to share!

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Kimberlee Evans, Owner

Originally serving the Colleyville, Keller, Grapevine, and Southlake, TX areas, An Extraordinary Traveler is now serving clients nationwide.

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