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    Ireland is always in season

    The thrills of a street festival, the incredible culture of bustling cities, the warm welcome of friendly locals: no matter the season, Ireland is ready for you

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    In Ireland, every season has its charm. Who doesn't love the warmth of summer sunshine or those crisp spring days where the earth feels like it's awakening under your feet. But autumn and winter are just as much fun and travelling during these off-peak times means fewer crowds and more time to soak up that famous Irish welcome!

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    Slieve League, County Donegal

    Ireland's weather

    Discover what each season brings on the island of Ireland.

    Ireland's climate

    When it comes to weather, you can expect a pleasant climate all the year round, with an average temperature of 10°C. The warmest months are usually July and August (14-16°C), and spring offers the best of both worlds – sunny, crisp days with flowers in bloom (8-12°C). In autumn, you’re looking at a range of around 14-18°C. While winter presents a lovely frosty morning or two, the medium air temperature inland is a mild 8°C. Thanks to the island’s temperate climate, there really is no bad time to visit.

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    Dunlewy Lough, County Donegal

    Ireland is always in season

    Seasonal experiences and incredible adventures await all the year-round in Ireland.

    Seasonal delights

    Hungry for a taste of Ireland? From farm to fork, and ocean to plate, the island’s many restaurants and cafes embrace the land’s seasonal produce, creating gorgeous dishes sure to impress your taste buds.

    In springtime, meet the new arrivals at the Irish National Stud & Gardens and join the St Patrick’s Day celebrations across the island. Cycle the Great Western Greenway in County Mayo under the summer sun or embrace nature's wonders on a day trip to Rathlin Island in Northern Ireland. Autumn brings fabulous festivals, including Púca Halloween Festival, the Dublin Theatre Festival and the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival. Visiting in winter? Choose from an array of Christmas markets and warm up with a creamy Irish Coffee.

    No matter the time of year, a trip to Ireland is always a good idea!

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    Rostrevor Inn, Newry, Counties Armagh and Down

    5 reasons why Ireland is always in season

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    City breaks
    Soak up the culture of Ireland’s incredible cities – you may be surprised to know that there’s 11 to choose from!
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    Charming towns and villages
    From Dingle to Doolin and Enniskerry to Portaferry, a trip to Ireland’s idyllic towns promises friendly locals, quirky heritage and tasty food.
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    Fabulous festivals
    Festivals are a year-round affair! Halloween fright nights, delicious food festivals and lively music events are just some of the highlights in store.
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    Cosy pubs
    There’s nothing in the world like the warmth of an Irish pub. We’re talking open fires, music sessions and endless craic (fun).
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    Delicious dishes
    Whether you love pub grub, rustic dinners, seasonal delights or fine dining, Ireland is bursting with incredible food experiences.

    Ireland highlights

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    National Botanic Gardens

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    Dublin

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    Walk Connemara

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    Aimsir

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    Kildare

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    The Irish National Stud

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    Kildare

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    Wexford Kayak Safari

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    Wexford

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    Taste and Tour NI

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    Antrim

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    West Kerry Sheepdog Demonstrations

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    Kerry

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    Powerscourt Estate

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    Enniskerry

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    Walk Connemara

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    Moyard

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    Viking Tours Ireland

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    Westmeath

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