The Emerald Isles is located in the North Atlantic to the West of Wales. The North Channel separates the island from the rest of Great Britain.
Did you know? Ireland is the twentieth-largest island on Earth.
Private Charter Flights to Ireland
Admiral Jet can get you from London to Dublin in around an hour. Dublin is the vibrant and lively capital of the Republic of Ireland with an airport that will give you a hassle-free and seamless arrival.
A short drive (arrive 25 minutes) from the centre of the city, Dublin Airport (EIDW, DUB) blends luxury services with privacy. The country’s primary airport receives a lot of private air traffic and provides limited take-off and landing time slots.
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Ireland has a reputation for being the greenest and most friendly island on Earth. Receiving around ten million people a year, Ireland is full of culture, history, myths, and legends.
Croke Park is a brilliant way to experience the culture on offer. This is the home of the GAA games and will provide opportunities to get a taste of authentic Gaelic games, such as Gaelic football, hockey, hurling, rounders, Camogie and Ladies football. Croke Park is the home of the GAA – the Irish Sporting Association and you can show your support for Gaelic sports here.
The Oldest Working Bar in The World
Visit Sean’s Bar and have a pint in the oldest bar in the world, it has been selling booze for over 1,100 years! The epitome of Irish pub culture, immerse yourself in the joyful atmosphere and soak in the Irish charm with a pint.
Guinness is Ireland’s most popular export and undoubtedly one of the most famous beers in the world. No visit to Ireland would be complete without taking a tour of the Guinness Storehouse. You can learn how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness, eat fine food, sample the drinks, and it is just one exciting day out. No wonder it is the most visited attraction in Ireland.
Big Mountains on a Small Island
Carrauntoohil is Ireland’s tallest mountain and one of the best places to visit in Ireland. This is the hiker’s paradise in Ireland, the trails are stunning, and the vistas to die for. Standing in the middle of the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks range, the impressive natural formation measures 3,406 ft (1,038 metres) above sea level.
Bring Your Umbrella
Ireland’s weather is unpredictable. Basically, it rains a lot in Ireland – it rains around 225 days a year. This is how the Emerald Isle gets its name because it’s such a lush and green landscape. Even the summer months don’t guarantee hot, dry weather.
Renting A Car Is The Best Way To See The Country
Considering it is so small, the island is primarily rural and natural landscapes. The best way to see everything is to rent a car and explore! Each town and city has its unique culture and traditions, the island is steeped in history, and the journey is worth it for the views alone.
Talk to the locals
The Irish are renowned for the friendliness and hospitality. Spend some time getting to know the locals and they will make sure you are well looked after.