10 Things You Need To Know-Before You Go! (Ireland)


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10 Things You Need To Know-Before You Go! (Ireland)

  1. 1. 10 Things You Need To Know About10 Things You Need To Know About Ireland.Ireland. 1. Accommodations. 2.Tips On Driving in Ireland. 3.Famous Pubs to Visit. 4.Currency. 5.Whats On...Local Events. 6.Rent A Car. 7.Don't Tip. 8.Recommended Driving Tours. 9.Keep a Euro in your pocket. 10.Language & Interesting Facts-You Didn’t Know.
  2. 2. Accommodation Ideas Motorhomes All the convenience of accommodation and transport in one! Rent a motor-home from Auto Europe. Contact us for more information! Hotels From all levels of style and luxury, Ireland has many hotel options to choose from. In Irish hotels, you’ll be warmly greeted by the friendly people at the front desk who will make sure your room is to your liking. You will receive the best information from the local staff about the closest pub offering traditional Irish fair, best shopping spots, family activities and the best places to enjoy the nightlife. Guest Houses Guest houses in Ireland are usually larger than B&Bs even though they are still family run. Most have between 5 and 15 guest rooms. Often guest houses are purpose built so that the rooms are generally larger and the facilities are more generous than B&Bs. You can expect to pay about the same as a 3 star hotel but with a more cozy and comfortable atmosphere. Resorts There are a growing number of health farms and spas throughout Ireland, which include spa baths, massage clinics, yoga retreats and beauty salons as well as accommodation. Castles Experience the splendour and magnificence of staying in an historic castle in Ireland. It’s not every day that you get to wake in the grandeur of ancient tapestries, stone columns, high vaulted ceilings, spectacular gardens and lakes, right at your doorstep. Live like a king
  3. 3. Accommodation:
  4. 4. ●Familiarize yourself with the rental car and its controls: The same as getting into any new or different vehicle, recognize the location of all the car’s controls. ●Drive on the left side of the road. ●Get a good map or a GPS with appropriate map. ●Get to know the road signs. ●Respect the right of way. ●Don’t run out of gasoline! In rural areas, few gas ●stations exist and are distant between each other, so try to keep the tank full. Tips On Driving in Ireland
  5. 5. Famous Pubs To Visit:
  6. 6. Currency:Currency: ● As part of the European Monetary System, the basic unit of currency in Republic of Ireland is the Euro (€), while Northern Ireland remains on its existing currency system of sterling pound (£). ● Foreign exchange bureau are available throughout the country in banks, tourist information offices, and airports. Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit cards will be widely accepted in Ireland.
  7. 7. Whats On...Local Events January: Temple Bar Traditional Festival of Irish Music and Culture. March: St Patrick’s Festival—on and around March 17 April: Colours Boat Race—Rowing race between Trinity College and University College Dublin. June: Dublin Writer’s festival. September: Dublin Fringe Festival. The Liffey Swim—swimmers race from Rory O’More Bridge to Customs House
  8. 8. Rent A Car ● Many first-time American visitors will use a tour bus for the land portion of their trip because they are fearful of driving in a foreign country, on the wrong side of the road on the wrong side of the car. If you are a good driver, you will be able to handle driving in Ireland. If you're a little nervous, rent a car with an automatic transmission. It costs more, but shifting is one less thing to think about while driving. Auto Europe offers the best rates guaranteed on car rentals, as well as discount airfare and hotel reservations all over the world. With over 8,000 car rental locations world wide, Auto Europe truly is your one stop travel shop. In addition to car rentals, we also offer sports and prestige car rentals, long term leases, chauffeur drive services as well as cell phone and GPS rentals.
  9. 9. Don’t Tip in Restaurants ● In America, waiters earn an hourly wage that’s far below the minimum wage with the expectation that tips will bring them up to and over the minimum wage. In Ireland, and Europe, waiters earn an hourly wage that’s far greater than American counterparts, so there’s no expectation to leave a tip for service. If you want to though, 10% is plenty.
  10. 10. Recommended Driving Tours ● The Cliffs of Moher is Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to 1 million visitors each year. The Cliffs rise up to 214 (700 feet) at the highest point and range for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the Western seaboard of Co. Clare. ● Conor Pass (Dingle Peninsula): The main road from Tralee to Dingle Town takes you 390m above sea level on a road that seems impossibly narrow and rough, but which offers extraordinary views. You may find yourself above the clouds here, and in places you can see for miles. It's an unforgettable drive, especially in the spring or fall, when the weather can create gorgeous skies.
  11. 11. Keep a Euro in Your Pocket ● If you plan to shop for groceries, keep one Euro in your pocket. You’ll need a one Euro coin to get a shopping cart (a “trolley”), which gets returned to you when you put back the cart. Also, keep reusable grocery bags in your car. You’ll need them when you shop or you’ll have to buy bags. You also need to bag your own groceries.
  12. 12. Language ● English is the spoken language in Ireland, even though Irish is the official language. It is taught in schools and mostly spoken in Gaeltachts or ‘Irish speaking’ areas in parts of Kerry, Cork, Galway, Mayo and Donegal. ● Book your trip to Ireland today & visit- www.AutoEurope.com
  13. 13. Interesting Facts You Didn't Know About Ireland ● The Irish consume in average 131.1 liters of beer per year - the 2nd highest per-capita consumption after the Czech Republic. ● Halloween was derived from an Irish festival called Samhain. ● St. Patrick’s clearing of the Emerald Isle of snakes isn’t true. There have never been any snakes in Ireland ● St. Patrick was not actually Irish, he was Roman. ● There are more Irish people living Outside of Ireland than in. ● There are Palm Trees in Ireland.. ● Book your trip to Ireland today & visit-www.AutoEurope.com