Don't forget to visit one of the many tourist offices around Ireland – they're great sources of local information and travel advice.
The island of Ireland uses Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), so set your watch when you land to make sure you're on Ireland time.
Relaxed, easygoing, and with plenty of discounts available, the island of Ireland is a great holiday destination for older travellers.
Be prepared... that's our motto. So here are the main emergency numbers to use in Ireland - just in case things don't go to plan.
Renting a vehicle in Ireland puts you in control. Whether you go for a car, motorbike or campervan, here's what you need to know.
You'll find lots of places of worship on the island of Ireland, as well as specialist food stores, restaurants and religious retreats.
There is a smoking ban in place all over the island of Ireland, so find out where you can and can't smoke during your stay.
Concessions, travel discounts, accommodation tips – everything students and young people need to get the most out of Ireland.
Mobile phones or pay phones, area codes or roaming tips, here's the lowdown on communications in the island of Ireland.
From £165 per night
€99 per couple.
From €145 per person sharing.
From €83.50 per person sharing
From €885 per person sharing.
From £3000 per week.
From €350 per person.
From €55 per person.
From €1,595 per person sharing.
From €28 per person sharing.
From £60.00 per person sharing in Low Season.
From €50 per person for Adult Ticket.
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If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com