Study in Ireland
Ireland, an island situated in the north-west of Europe and separated from a near-by island of Great Britain by the Irish Sea, comprises the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland (a part of the United Kingdom). The Republic of Ireland covers the area of 70,273 sq km and Northern Ireland 13,843 sq km. Ireland is inhabited by approximately 6.4 million people.
This beautiful country proudly offers a breathtaking landscape combined with traditional music, dance, food, drink, and hospitality that are worth to experience.
What to do and see: visit the official Ireland tourism website.
Be prepared, what is important to know about Ireland:
- Ireland Currency: EUR
- Ireland Telephone area code: +353
- Ireland Electricity (plug): Electricity in Ireland is 230 volts, frequency 50Hz, plug type G . Check out the type of plug.
- Ireland Annual events: Temple Bar Festival (Jan), Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (Feb), St. Patrick’s Festival (Mar), North Leitrim Glens Walking Festival (Apr), Limerick Riverfest (May), Dublin Writers Festival (Jun), Earagail Arts Festival (Jul), Rose of Tralee International Festival (Aug), Galway International Oyster Festival (Sep), Savour Kilkenny Food Festival (Oct), Wexford Festival Opera (Nov), National Crafts & Design Fair (Dec) and more.
- Ireland Public holidays: check out on Government website.
- Ireland Weather average:
Dublin: 7ºC - 15ºC
Cork: 7ºC - 13ºC
Limerick: 8ºC - 14ºC
Galway: 6ºC - 13ºC
Find information about transports in Ireland on government websites:
- In all Irish towns and cities, cycling is common means of transport. You can use Cycle Planner to plan your trip.
- Getting around Ireland: buses and trains.
- Taxis can be hailed from the streets.
- Living expenses
Top cities in Ireland
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