The Republic of Ireland is known for its friendly locals, vibrant cities, and stunning natural scenery. From ancient castles to lively music, Ireland’s cultural heritage is on show everywhere, and It’s sure to leave a lasting impression.

If you’re a lover of natural scenery, you’re in luck because The Republic of Ireland is home to some of the most beautiful sights in the world. The Cliffs of Moher contrast luscious green fields with a sudden drop into the deep blue ocean, while the Ring of Kerry is the perfect way to experience Ireland’s iconic rolling hills by road.

You’ll be met with friendly locals and a warm, inviting atmosphere throughout your travels. Don’t miss your chance to check out a classic Irish pub and enjoy a Guinness or Irish Whiskey!

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The Ireland Connection

15 Wonderful Days
  • Start: Dublin
  • Ends: Dublin
  • Countries: Ireland

Embark on an unforgettable journey with wonderful sightseeing

Touring the Republic of Ireland by Coach

Touring Ireland by coach is an excellent way to take in the stunning scenery and Irish culture. At Albatross Tours, our smaller groups and first-class coaches provide plenty of room to spread out and relax between stops. Our large windows provide the perfect view of the lush Irish countryside.

When to Visit

The best time to visit The Republic of Ireland is during the warmer summer months, from the beginning of June to the end of August. However, the region is a great destination year-round, offering a unique charm with every season.

Irish Culture

Things to Know Before You Go

Here are some important details that you should know before you go:

  • Language - The country's official languages are Irish and English, and most locals speak English.
  • Time zone and daylight - Ireland follows Greenwich Mean Time. Ireland’s longest sunny days are in the summer, where it can experience over 17 hours of daylight, while in winter, the region can have less than 7 hours of daylight.
  • Money - As a member of the European Union (EU), the Republic of Ireland was one of the first nations to join the widespread adoption of the euro (€) as its national currency. This consists of 100 cents and the Republic of Ireland trades in denominations of €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200, and €500, as well as coins of €2, €1, 50¢, 20¢, 10¢, 5¢, 2¢, and 1¢.
  • Electricity - The electricity plug type is G, which is the same as in Northern Ireland and The United Kingdom.