Make two positive accommodation reservations - the first in your entry city and the second (on your last night) in your departing city.
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Ireland is one of the safest places in the world to travel now that the Peace Process in Nothern Ireland is in place.
Dublin's O'Connell Street is not great after 12 at night and in the Temple Bar area you need to watch your bags. Be careful to che…
Very good question.
Simply all are accepted all across Northern Ireland except Euro - the Euro is only accepted in a limited number of outlets.
A nice website to help you with your visit is called Enjoy Ireland - http://www.enjoyireland.ie
There's no shortage of lively nightlife in Dublin. Temple Bar and surrounding areas are good fun but a little expensive - ok for one or two nights.
Importantly try to find accommodation a little bit away from Temple Bar and the city centr…
I don't mean to be rude but I know little or nothing about all the different requirements for all the different Nationalities needing Irish Visas.
Here is a helpful website that should be able to help most - http://www.citizensinformation.…
The official Dublin Bus (Hop On Hop Off) City Tour is great value for money. It goes to 23 of the best Dublin attractions and has onboard commentary (in most languages)
The full tour takes one and a half hours but your ticket is valid…
Once you have a passport with you that has been accepted to enter you into the UK you will not require a visa.
Do bring with you a Visa or Mastercard or plenty of cash so there are no issues with you trying to remain in Ireland to find wor…