Hi fellows you should know the best time to visit Ireland which we’ll inform you about in this article.

– In Ireland, everyone talks about the weather whether it is in discussing the direction of the rain from the entrance to a supermarket, or meditating from a pub table that the temperature in March reached 24 degrees. Irish weather is unpredictable. So, we would like to go into discussing it a lot.
Ireland’s climate is largely influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, Ireland does not have the maximum temperatures that prevail in other countries on the same latitude; the average temperature is moderate at 10 ° C.

A warm main ocean current called the North Atlantic drift keeps temperatures at sea also moderate. The hills and mountains, especially around the beach, leave the rest of the island from the strong winds coming from the ocean.

Therefore, although the weather can be variable – it is rarely harsh.

– Tips about the weather and the best time of year to visit Ireland:


1-Seasons: Spring and Summer

In the spring (February to April), the average maximum temperature rise is between 8 and 12 ° C, with April as a particularly pleasant month. In the summer (May to July), the maximum temperature ranges range between 18 and 20 ° C.

In the hottest months of July and August, daylight hours are 18 hours, and the darkness is only after 11 pm. Hence the very consumed phrase in Ireland; “Certainly the evenings are a long ones.

2-Seasons: Autumn and Winter

In autumn, (August to October) the highest temperature rise is between 18 and 14 ° C. September is a pleasant and moderate month. Winter temperatures generally reach 8 ° C, while January and February are the coldest months, with temperatures falling below freezing, and with a few unusual cold weather symptoms, Snowfall is rare.

3-When is the best time of year to visit Ireland?

There is no so-called ideal time to visit Ireland, but the summer months are the peak season for visitors who come to see the long sunny evenings and the gardens full of open flowers, and eat out in the cafes. Of course, in summer, there are festivals in every corner. Fall and spring are average seasons for travelers, and you will enjoy walking among the foliage painted in bronze in autumn, while spring sees nature begin to glow and flowers bloom. As for winter, walking in a national park on a wet, wet winter day can mean seeing nature in its most impressive form.

4-You wonder what you bring with you? You will need to be flexible, choose the layers of clothing that you can wear or wear as the temperature changes. Bring with you a jacket, even in the summer, and a raincoat to accompany you in all outdoor activities and glasses and comfortable shoes for walking and parasailing.
Do not be fooled into thinking that you do not need a sun visor in the summer months – when the sun shines in Ireland is very strong, wear a high-impact visor and bring a sun hat.

5-Well, it’s raining in Ireland, but long bouts of rain are very rare. Therefore, you can wear appropriate attire, or turn quickly to a nice little bar to wait until the rain stops. Of course, you can imagine which of these two options is our favorite strategy.

– Best places to visit in Ireland:


1-Castle Dublin:

Dublin Castle Dublin is one of the most important tourist attractions in Dublin dating back to the 13th century. It was built at the site of the Viking settlement,

The castle is currently playing an important role in welcoming distinguished guests, elite people, kings and presidents, as well as the inauguration ceremonies.

2-Phoenix Park:

Phoenix Park is one of Dublin’s most popular public parks. It dates back to the 13th century as an elite fishing park and in 1660 was officially declared a royal park and theme park until it opened to the public in 1747 in Dublin.

One of the most important features of the park is the European brown deer, which has been living there for centuries, moving around freely.

3-Dublin Zoo:

Dublin Zoo Dublin Zoo is located in Phoenix Park, the largest Irish zoo, and the most famous tourist attraction in Dublin Ireland

The park occupies about 69 acres of Phoenix Park and is divided into areas that include a vast array of animal species from different environments.

4-St Stephen’s Green Park:

St Stephen’s Green is the most famous Victorian park in Dublin Ireland, opened in 1880. The 9 hectare garden is preserved in the same layout as the original Victorian building

One of Dublin’s most important tourist destinations is Ireland. The nature of the park is spectacular throughout the year. It also includes a Victorian lake,and swiss-style escorts in the middle.

5-National Botanical Gardens in Dublin:

National Botanic Gardens in Dublin National Botanic Gardens is one of the most important tourist destinations in Dublin. Ireland is located three kilometers northwest of the city center of Dublin, specifically in the region of Glasnifen.

The gardens include many prestigious architectural greenhouses, and participate in numerous national and international initiatives to conserve biodiversity and sustainable development.

6-Malahide Castle:

Malahide Castle, some of which dates back to the 12th century, is located near the village of Malahide, north of Dublin

The castle is one of the most important tourist destinations in Dublin, and the place, next to the castle, has very impressive botanical gardens.

7-The Habini Bridge

HaPenny Bridge, officially known as the Levi Bridge, is located above the Levi River in Dublin. A bridge made of cast iron or cast iron

The bridge between the two areas of Saint Cable and O’Connell, one of the most important tourist places in Dublin Ireland and an important symbol of the city, was celebrated 200 years in 2016.

8-Castle of the Rock of Cashel:

The Rock of Cashel, known as the Castle of Kings and St. Patrick’s Rock, is one of the most important tourist attractions in Dublin Ireland, a historic castle two hours from Dublin

The castle is a stunning collection of medieval buildings that were built on a limestone bulge in Golden Ville.

And now we guess that you all know the secret of Dublin it’s the castles and the magical green nature which is rare to find nowadays .. wish you a great vacation.