IRELAND

The Emerald Isle is a place where the scenery will catch your breath and the locals steal your heart. Quaint cities, delightful (and melodiously accented) citizens, and landscapes unlike anywhere else on Earth, Ireland is a truly spellbinding place, offering a captivating mix of stirring history and scintillating nature; the home of epic literature, heart-tugging music, and legendary hospitality.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local expert in Ireland who will design a unique itinerary completely tailored to you.

IRELAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

An Aristocratic Discovery of Ireland guided by Earls and Dukes

Imagine staying in the finest country houses and castles, having a chat over lunch with the Earl of Kildare, then have some time for golf, fishing, horse-riding, shopping and exploring charming towns and villages. You may even have the chance to get your own title! Our curated experts in Ireland have gained the trust of many members of the Irish nobility and will take you in a wonderful tour that combines politics, elegance, entertaining eccentricity and indulgence.

Whiskey Tours: Capturing the Spirit of Ireland

Irish monks coined, in the 7th century, the term ‘water of life’ to qualify the superb, high-quality whiskies of Ireland. A specialized whisky tour is a fabulous way to discover world famous Irish whiskies like Bushmills, Jameson, and Midleton.

Game of Thrones (and Other Movies) Tour

In Ireland, see the forest where the White Walker ambush took place and where the Dire Wolf puppies were first found or the Dark Hedges road where Ayra Stark dressed as a boy to escape from King’s Landing. Serious fans can even dress up as the Starks of Winterfell!

Visit the castle and the pretty village of DowntonIn (Oxfordshire village, in real life), for the highly successful period drama, Downton Abbey, which details the complicated lives and loves of the Crawley family and the people they employ.

 

IRELAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

An Aristocratic Discovery of Ireland guided by Earls and Dukes

Imagine staying in the finest country houses and castles, having a chat over lunch with the Earl of Kildare, then have some time for golf, fishing, horse-riding, shopping and exploring charming towns and villages. You may even have the chance to get your own title! Our curated experts in Ireland have gained the trust of many members of the Irish nobility and will take you in a wonderful tour that combines politics, elegance, entertaining eccentricity and indulgence.

Whiskey Tours: Capturing the Spirit of Ireland

Irish monks coined, in the 7th century, the term ‘water of life’ to qualify the superb, high-quality whiskies of Ireland. A specialized whisky tour is a fabulous way to discover world famous Irish whiskies like Bushmills, Jameson, and Midleton.

Game of Thrones (and Other Movies) Tour

In Ireland, see the forest where the White Walker ambush took place and where the Dire Wolf puppies were first found or the Dark Hedges road where Ayra Stark dressed as a boy to escape from King’s Landing. Serious fans can even dress up as the Starks of Winterfell!

Visit the castle and the pretty village of DowntonIn (Oxfordshire village, in real life), for the highly successful period drama, Downton Abbey, which details the complicated lives and loves of the Crawley family and the people they employ.

 

WEATHER IN IRELAND

Spring

From March to April, the average highest temperatures range from 46°F to 54°F, with April considered particularly pleasant.

A major warm ocean current called the North Atlantic Drift keeps sea temperatures mild too. Hills and mountains, mainly around the coast, shelter the rest of the island from strong winds coming off the ocean.

Summer

From May to August, the average for highest temperatures are between 64°F and 68°F.

The warmest months, July and August, get about 18 hours of daylight and it gets dark only after 11pm. Hence the well-worn phrase in Ireland; “sure there’s a grand stretch in the evenings.”

Fall

From late August to October, highest temperatures hit between 57°F and 64°F.

September is considered a temperate month. Ireland’s climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it doesn’t have the extreme temperatures.

Winter

From October to February. Winter air temperatures inland normally reach 46°F, while the coldest months are January and February.

The temperature drops below freezing intermittently, and apart from a few freak cold snaps, snow is scarce. A walk through a national park on a clear, crisp winter’s day can mean seeing nature at its most impressive.

WEATHER IN IRELAND

Spring

From March to April, the average highest temperatures range from 46°F to 54°F, with April considered particularly pleasant.

A major warm ocean current called the North Atlantic Drift keeps sea temperatures mild too. Hills and mountains, mainly around the coast, shelter the rest of the island from strong winds coming off the ocean.

Summer

From May to August, the average for highest temperatures are between 64°F and 68°F.

The warmest months, July and August, get about 18 hours of daylight and it gets dark only after 11pm. Hence the well-worn phrase in Ireland; “sure there’s a grand stretch in the evenings.”

Fall

From late August to October, highest temperatures hit between 57°F and 64°F.

September is considered a temperate month. Ireland’s climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. As a result, it doesn’t have the extreme temperatures.

Winter

From October to February. Winter air temperatures inland normally reach 46°F, while the coldest months are January and February.

The temperature drops below freezing intermittently, and apart from a few freak cold snaps, snow is scarce. A walk through a national park on a clear, crisp winter’s day can mean seeing nature at its most impressive.

Images of Ireland

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