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When packing for your Ireland travel, don’t pack an umbrella. If there’s one place in the world where an umbrella is completely out of place, it’s Ireland.

And not because it doesn’t rain, on the contrary – it rains quite often, almost constantly. But an umbrella will last until the first garbage can. All because the rains don’t come alone. They are carried by strong winds.
But neither the rain nor the wind can take away the beauty of Ireland. When I got soaked to the bone, I just put up with it. I walked around wet as a rat, but smiling and happy.

So, here is my first Ireland travel tip for you: always pack a raincoat.
With the umbrella topic settled, Ireland fascinates with its emerald-green landscapes. On my Ireland travel, after seeing the sights of Dublin and the surrounding area, I booked some day trips to explore the Irish countryside. This allowed me to visit more places while I was in Dublin: Bunratty, Corcomroe Abbey, Doolin, Howth, Kinvara, Malachide, and of course the Cliffs of Moher. Sometimes I would hop over to Northern Ireland to Belfast, Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede, and The Dark Hedges.

And Ireland – it is divinely beautiful and a trip to Ireland is worth it!

Best day trips from Dublin to the Irish countryside

How To Visit Howth From Dublin: The Coastal Retreat

Visit Cliffs Of Moher From Dublin: The Best Guide

How To Visit Bunratty Castle From Dublin: The Guide

How to visit Newgrange from Dublin: Comprehensive Guide

How To Visit Malahide Castle from Dublin: Ultimate Guide

How to visit Corcomroe Abbey from Dublin: The Guide