- 1 What’s so great about Ireland?
- 2 Is it worth going to Ireland?
- 3 What is bad about Ireland?
- 4 Is Ireland friendly to American tourists?
- 5 What should you not miss in Ireland?
- 6 What is Ireland famous for food?
- 7 What part of Ireland should I visit?
- 8 What salary do you need to live in Dublin?
- 9 What are 5 interesting facts about Ireland?
- 10 How much money is in Ireland?
- 11 What can you not eat in Ireland?
What’s so great about Ireland?
Without a doubt, Ireland has some of the most impressive scenery in the world, let alone Europe – and we’re proud of it, too! Ireland is an ancient land of mysticism and history with stunning nature, scenery, flora and fauna all in arms reach. Prepare to be amazed.
Is it worth going to Ireland?
Ireland is a fantastic country off the edge of Europe which has been going for 5,000 years. If you don’t fall in love with the beautiful countryside, village architecture and colourful pubs then there is something wrong with you.. Granted, it is expensive, but this means it is a success.
What is bad about Ireland?
Safe to say, one of the worst things about living in Ireland has got to be the weather! Expect rain, rain, wind, and then more rain. Although last year saw record-breaking temperatures across the island during the Summer months, we generally experience wet, cold weather year round.
Is Ireland friendly to American tourists?
Ireland is a very friendly country and very knowledgeable about all things American … I’ve come across hundreds of Americans while visiting Irish tourist spots on behalf of Ireland Calling and found them nearly always to be friendly, respectful and deeply interested in local culture and history.
What should you not miss in Ireland?
Top 10 Ireland Attractions
- Eat and Drink your way around Dublin.
- Sample Ireland’s finest at Guinness Storehouse.
- Kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle.
- Admire the colourful architecture in Cobh.
- Find your Castle.
- Drive the Wild Atlantic Way.
- Visit the mighty Cliffs of Moher.
- Visit Sligo Abbey and Strandhill Beach.
What is Ireland famous for food?
Don’t leave Ireland without trying…
- Soda bread. Every family in Ireland has its own recipe for soda bread, hand-written on flour-crusted note paper and wedged in among the cookery books.
- Irish stew.
- Colcannon and champ.
- Boiled bacon and cabbage.
- Smoked salmon.
- Black and white pudding.
What part of Ireland should I visit?
Best Places to Visit in Ireland
- Aran Islands.
- Cliffs of Moher.
What salary do you need to live in Dublin?
expect to pay 1500 per month to rent a place for your family, which will deplete more than 50% of your net wages. We are family of 4, couple and 2 young kids. Being a single earning person in family, is 65k good enough for living and savings in Dublin.
What are 5 interesting facts about Ireland?
Facts About Ireland for Kids
- The River Shannon is the longest river in Ireland.
- The highest mountain in Ireland is Carrauntoohil.
- Cork is the biggest county in Ireland.
- The first potato was planted there!
- The smallest county in Ireland is Louth.
- Halloween originated in Ireland.
- There are five cities in Ireland.
How much money is in Ireland?
$28.14 billion (2017 est.)
What can you not eat in Ireland?
10 Irish Food Rules You Must Not Break
- Rashers (this is back bacon – like Canadian bacon.
- Pork sausages.
- Black pudding (sausages mixed with oats, herbs and pork blood – trust me, its delicious)
- White pudding (same as above, minus the blood)
- Grilled mushrooms.
- Grilled tomatoes.
- Eggs (scrambled, fried or poached)