Dublin is the perfect place to celebrate the holidays with friends and family, but some of the most popular holiday destinations around the country can also be found in neighbouring counties.
Here’s a guide to finding the perfect holidays in Ireland.
The weather and the food is a big part of Ireland’s holiday season, so if you’re looking for the perfect day of relaxation, there are plenty of options.
In the UK, the weather can be quite good during the Christmas period, and the Irish are no exception.
Here are a few things to look out for during the time of year.
What to do at home?
Irish food and drink can be a bit pricey, but most restaurants are open 24/7.
Here you can find plenty of great options to start your day off.
Here is our guide to what to do for a decent Irish breakfast.
Here we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite Irish foodie places to visit around Dublin during the holiday season.
For a great Irish holiday, we’d suggest the following: The Great Northern Railway Station is located just outside the city.
It has all the typical fare options you’ll find at most of Dublin’s other tourist attractions.
The Castle Hotel in the Dublin suburb of Clonmel is a great place to chill out and relax with a few drinks and a view of the city, while also being a good place to take in the sights.
For a good night out in Dublin, look no further than the trendy St John’s Hotel, which is located at the top of the hill just off the railway station.
Here’s our guide for all the Irish restaurants in Dublin during Christmas and New Year’s.
The Irish are known for their love of traditional food, and there’s no better time to try a traditional Irish dish than during Christmas.
Here, we’ve rounded up some of Dublin area’s best Irish restaurants during the festive period.
What can I expect?
While Ireland has been known for its fantastic food for a long time, it’s been the focus of a lot of international attention during the holidays.
The European Union is trying to boost the number of Irish restaurants opening their doors, and it’s a good idea to visit in the best of spirits.
The best Irish bars and restaurants to try are all in the capital city, Dublin.
If you’re travelling to the island of Ireland, you can also visit the islands of Cork and Waterford, which are on the mainland.
There are also some lovely beaches to explore during the day, with the best being the one in Donegal.
What you can buy in Dublin?
It’s not just about the holiday, though.
Here in Dublin’s shopping district, you’ll be able to find everything from Irish groceries to Irish designer clothes, along with an abundance of great deals.
Here to buy in the city?
We’ve included a list for a number of our favorite shops in Dublin.
We’ve put together a list here of some great shops to shop for in Dublin in 2017.
Where to eat?
You can eat a meal at a variety of Irish eateries, including pubs, restaurants, and bars.
We’re also here to give you a list if you want to go on holiday in Dublin and want to save some money.
You’ll find the best restaurants, pubs, and cafes in Dublin to visit during the year.
If your budget is tight, you might want to check out some of these places in the Capital City, or even Dublin Airport.
If that’s not your cup of tea, then there are some excellent restaurants to visit along the city’s busy routes during the days of the week.
Here it is for you to pick the best restaurant in Dublin for your holiday.
For a good meal, check out the options at our list of Dublin restaurants.
What are the best things to do during Christmas?
You’ll need to be prepared for some busy periods of the year, but here are some of Ireland ‘s most popular holidays.
Christmas Day is when the country celebrates its annual celebrations of Christmases birthdays, which means that most people in the country have the chance to spend time with family and friends.
However, if you are planning to visit the country for a holiday, it would be wise to make sure that you have a plan for your family and friend to stay for the holidays as well.
The day is a time to enjoy traditional family and holiday traditions with friends, family, and neighbours.
If visiting Ireland for the first time, here are a number places you can try out during the event: Christmas Eve, or Christmas Day, is the most significant day of the holiday in the UK.
The night of the party starts at 6.30pm and lasts until the morning of Christmas Day.
You can check out what to wear for this occasion and other celebrations in Dublin by visiting our guide on where to wear what during the Irish Christmas celebrations.
There’s also the day of celebration on the same day, which has an estimated attendance of around 50,000 people. Here