Located in the North Atlantic, Ireland is a magical island dripping in history and home to marvelous castles, cathedrals and cobbled-stone cities. Explore the breathtaking landscapes of the Cliffs of Moher, Wicklow Mountains and Killarney National Park. Admire the scale and strangeness of Giant's Causeway and the Marble Arch Caves. Dip your toes in the North Channel at the beautiful Ballycastle Beach. Visit the "City of the Tribes" and wander through Galway's Latin Quarter, Quay Street and Kirwan's Lane. Go whiskey tasting at a distillery or party like the Irish at one of the nearby pubs. However you spend your time in Ireland, you'll leave with memories you'll treasure forever and ever.
Things You Should Know
|Official Language:||English and Gaelic|
|Entry Requirements:||Valid passport|
|Driving:||On the left|
|Marriage Requirements:||Must apply 3 months before the wedding (other local marriage laws might apply)|
|Best Times to Visit:||May through November|
With Dublin in the east, Belfast in the north, Galway in the west and Cork in the south, every destination promises amazing historical sites, stunning scenery and friendly locals. Stay in one of the four provinces or travel to multiple places. Accommodations vary from 5-star hotels to historical castles to stately Georgian manors to comfortable village inns. Wherever you decide, you'll be swept away by the charm and culture of the Emerald Isle.
Destination Weddings in Ireland
From urban cities to quaint rural towns to the vast emerald green countryside, Ireland provides the perfect backdrop for all kinds of weddings and photos. Tie the knot in fairytale castle gardens, a neo-Gothic cathedral, restored 19th century masonic school or luxury lakefront hotel. There are countless outdoor and indoor venues to choose from and plenty of wedding packages to make your special day an unforgettable occasion.
Climate & Weather
Ireland experiences a temperate climate with mild temperatures and four seasons. Never too hot or too cold, the average annual temperature is 50° F. Due to its northern latitude, July and August are the warmest months with close to 18 hours of daylight. January and February are the coldest months with inland temperatures reaching 46° F. Weather can be unpredictable and change throughout the day. Rain is common but long bouts of it are pretty rare and snow is scarce.