Ireland - Traveling
Organizing your trip
Means of transport recommended in town
Click here to get the details of the Dublin Transportation Office.
Means of transport recommended in the rest of the country
|Name||Type||Domestic flights||International flights|
|Aer Arann||low cost||yes||Yes|
Traveling by yourself
Freeways/Motorways = Blue
National Primary & Secondary routes = Green
Regional and local routes = White
Different forms of tourism
For all tourism spots click here.
Many festivals and cultural events also take place.
Shopping hours: Mon-Sat 09h00-17h30/18h00.
Many towns have a late night opening on Thursday or Friday until 20h00/21h00.
Sunday: 12h00 - 17h00/18h00 (main shopping centres, larger department stores). Many smaller supermarkets in towns and villages are also open.
Health and safety
Time difference and climate
Dublin Bay prawns, seafood, smoked salmon, trout...
Oysters (served with Guinness and wholemeal bread).
Irish stew ( mutton, lamb or juicy beef, served with potatoes, stock, onions, carrots and garlic).
Crubeens (pigs’ trotters).
Colcannon (a mixture of potatoes and cabbage cooked together).
Soufflé made with carrageen (a variety of seaweed).