Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, Ireland

November 24, 2016

Likes:
* The food!! No one ever tells you how amazingly good the food is in Ireland.
* Close proximity to other European countries
* The Guinness.  It really does taste amazing in Ireland.
* Nightlife was good, lots of places to go both chill and wild
* Great music!
* People were friendly and helpful
* I heard there are no snakes.  If that's true this place is amazing.
* It was easy to get around in Dublin, we were able to use Uber.  Cabs were fairly priced.

Dislikes:
* The weather, although great for photos!  It was rainy and cloudy most days we were there.
* Sunset at 4:30 pm in November.  And I mean SET.  As in pitch black dark by 5pm.
* Lots of traffic.  Coming from every direction.  Overwhelming at times.

Other Things to Do:
* Cliffs of Moher
* Guinness Brewery
* The Book of Kells
* Blarney Stone
* Castles!

10 Ireland Blogs:

  1. Top Things To Do In Dublin, Ireland
  2. Dublin: Through the Eyes of a Local
  3. 3 Days in Dublin Ireland: The Perfect Dublin Itinerary
  4. DUBLIN TRAVEL GUIDE
  5. We’re in Dublin!
  6. The Really Long List of Things to do in Dublin
  7. DUBLIN TRAVEL GUIDE — HOW TO VISIT DUBLIN ON A BUDGET
  8. 13 Things Not To Do in Ireland
  9. Things to do in Dublin as a Solo Traveller
  10. The Alex

 

 

Preparing for a trip to Ireland:

  • Passports
  • Passports are required to enter Ireland

    Must be valid for the duration of your stay. 

    Keep a copy of the photo page of your passport in a separate, safe place while traveling

    Carry extra passport photos in case you need to apply for a quick replacement

    Travelers may be required to show their passports at all airports, train stations, and hotels

    https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/ireland.html

    • Visas
    • Visas are not required for citizens of the US.

       Currency

       The currency in Ireland is the Euro (EUR)

    • Health, Immunizations
    • Immunizations are not required for entry, at this time.

       Center for Disease Control and Prevention 

    • Time Difference
    • Irish Standard Time (IST), 5 hours ahead of New York

    • Electricity

     Electrical sockets (outlets) in Ireland (Éire) are the "Type G " British BS-1363 type. If your appliance's plug doesn't match the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel plug adapter in order to plug in. Travel plug adapters simply change the shape of your appliance's plug to match whatever type of socket you need to plug into.

    Electrical Plug/Outlet Voltage

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