When to Visit Ireland
Read the below travel guides to find the best time to visit Ireland.
Ireland has plenty to offer for culture vultures, history buffs and hardy hikers. The country’s weather conditions during this time are cold and wet while days are shorter. This could discourage some visitors from looking forward to hiking. However, ...Read more
Ireland is cold, wet, and windy in February. It is not surprising then that the country sees very few tourists during this time. But this also means you will practically have the whole country to yourself. While it is true that some parts of Ireland are i ...Read more
The first signs of spring are apparent in Ireland in March, but winter has not lost its bite. Expect more sunshine and fewer cold, wet days toward the end of the month, but Ireland’s weather can still be unpredictable. Capital Dublin is inviting, as ...Read more
With the lingering effects of the cold Irish winter finally over, April is a lovely time to explore Ireland. Spring is in the air; days are longer and there is ample sunshine. There are lots of excellent things to do in Ireland in April—from hiking ...Read more
The weather is fairly good for a trip to Ireland — long, bright days with temperatures rarely plunging into the uncomfortable territory. Pleasant temperatures across the country during this time of year make it an ideal month to explore the length a ...Read more
The weather is nice and warm for a trip to Ireland in July, and this beautiful country offers endless opportunities for everything from cycling and trekking to water sports during this month. Therefore, it is no surprise that a large number of tourists vi ...Read more
August is the peak of the summer season in Ireland and one of the best times to be here. The weather during this time is typically warm and sunny, which means that you can fill long days with exciting outdoor activities. There are plenty of things to do i ...Read more
Make a beeline for Ireland in September to cover its major sights while avoiding crowds. Like most parts of Europe, the school year starts in September in Ireland, which means that the number of locals and tourists jostling for the best photos of the Gian ...Read more
October is a great time to visit Ireland. The winter cold has not yet set in and the colors of autumn are at their most vibrant. Besides mild weather conditions, days are also relatively longer during this time, offering you plenty of time to see local at ...Read more
For holidaymakers looking for a pocket-friendly trip to Ireland, November offers a great bargain. Yes, temperatures could plunge to a single digit during this time, but it is a fair trade-off, given hotels and travel fares are a lot cheaper. And the fact ...Read more
December is a month of contrast in Ireland. While the countryside sleeps, the cities are abuzz with revelry. Enjoy winter concerts in castles and churches or stroll down streets lined with lights and baubles. Yes, the weather in Ireland in December may be ...Read more
Winter brings a unique charm to the Emerald Isle. Ireland transforms into a winter wonderland filled with festive cheer, beautiful landscapes, and cozy pubs as the temperatures dip. For outdoor enthusiasts, winter is the perfect time to try your hand at ...Read more
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