• Do you think that Dublin is dangerous?

    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Best Photography Spots in Ireland?

    I'm going on a trip to Ireland this summer in about a month with my parents, and I already have a place in Dublin and tickets, but not too many places in particular to see. We have enough time to drive out 3 or 4 hours so that I can photograph some place (Birthday gift :D). Any recommendations for great natural... show more
    I'm going on a trip to Ireland this summer in about a month with my parents, and I already have a place in Dublin and tickets, but not too many places in particular to see. We have enough time to drive out 3 or 4 hours so that I can photograph some place (Birthday gift :D). Any recommendations for great natural landscapes to photograph? I looked at some other sites but I'd love to hear from someone who has personally experienced it. Thanks!
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • I'm want to move to Ireland. What city is better, Dublin or Belfast?

    I'm from New Haven CT but raised in Uncasville and don't live far from the casino we have here. I'm African American, 22 soon to be 23 in September and I'm really considering moving to Ireland. Belfast or Dublin. I'm not exactly sure yet. I love traveling and going to countries and cities... show more
    I'm from New Haven CT but raised in Uncasville and don't live far from the casino we have here. I'm African American, 22 soon to be 23 in September and I'm really considering moving to Ireland. Belfast or Dublin. I'm not exactly sure yet. I love traveling and going to countries and cities outside of the U.S. But I really want to move to Ireland, I never traveled there before but I love culture, architecture, I hear they have pretty good schools/universities out there too. I also hear the nightlife scene amazing and so are the women. Of course I love the accents. Is Ireland expensive? What city is better / more safe to live in and, one day start a family? Which city has the better nightlife? Which city is better for a young male? PLEASE TELL ME EVERYTHING I NEED TO KNOW, THANKS.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why do Irish people sound as if they are speaking English as second language?

    Best answer: Because that's the history. It wasn't long ago that Gaelic (teangacha Gaelacha) was the primary language and English second for a large portion of the population. So they're allowed a bit of an accent.
    Best answer: Because that's the history. It wasn't long ago that Gaelic (teangacha Gaelacha) was the primary language and English second for a large portion of the population. So they're allowed a bit of an accent.
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • What is there to do in Dublin?

    I'm going to dublin this Saturday staying for 3 nights, I've never been before. What attractions, places to see and pages to eat do you recommend? Thankyou very much for your help! :D
    I'm going to dublin this Saturday staying for 3 nights, I've never been before. What attractions, places to see and pages to eat do you recommend? Thankyou very much for your help! :D
    6 answers · 4 months ago
  • So why do people eat lots of hamburgers in the US?

    We don't have that many fat people in Ireland.
    We don't have that many fat people in Ireland.
    32 answers · 4 months ago
  • What are the best attractions in Dublin?

    Best answer: Best is to get the three-day ticket for the hop-on/hop-off bus. Get on one of the buses with a human guide (not a recording) and ride the bus for the entire route the first time. It takes about 90 minutes and gives you a really good overview of Dublin. Then use the bus to visit the attractions which interest... show more
    Best answer: Best is to get the three-day ticket for the hop-on/hop-off bus. Get on one of the buses with a human guide (not a recording) and ride the bus for the entire route the first time. It takes about 90 minutes and gives you a really good overview of Dublin. Then use the bus to visit the attractions which interest you.

    https://www.dublinsightseeing.ie/Freedom...

    I also recommend taking a day-tour to Belfast in Northern Ireland. The tour will include some attractions in the countryside plus visiting Belfast will greatly help you understand recent history in Ireland. Your hotel will have brochures from tour companies that offer day trips to Belfast.
    4 answers · 5 months ago
  • Dublin weather?

    Hello, Tomorrow I ll go to Dublin with my school (im italian) but i don t know if i should bring an umbrella or a ski jacket (which is idrorepellent) someone can tell me how the weather is? thanks to everyone!
    Hello, Tomorrow I ll go to Dublin with my school (im italian) but i don t know if i should bring an umbrella or a ski jacket (which is idrorepellent) someone can tell me how the weather is? thanks to everyone!
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • Can is send a card 2nd class to dublin?

    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Is Dublin a safe place to live?

    5 answers · 8 months ago
  • Now I know this sounds stupid but -> Details?

    In about 7 years I want to move to Ireland. Now I am going to be in college at the time and wanted to know if it is possible to transfer to another continent(Thats the stupid part). Also does anyone have advice about traffic or currency changes or anything about Ireland?
    In about 7 years I want to move to Ireland. Now I am going to be in college at the time and wanted to know if it is possible to transfer to another continent(Thats the stupid part). Also does anyone have advice about traffic or currency changes or anything about Ireland?
    4 answers · 10 months ago
  • Who is your favorite Disney character?

    17 answers · 10 months ago
  • What do I have to show going through toll booths in Ireland by motorcycle?

    I am American. Along with paying, Do they require showing license, passport, Green Card third party insurance certificate? Just trying to prepare myself
    I am American. Along with paying, Do they require showing license, passport, Green Card third party insurance certificate? Just trying to prepare myself
    4 answers · 10 months ago
  • Concerning weather conditions, should I go to Ireland (and Giant's Causeway) in late october?

    I'm planning a trip in the autumn break and I found really cheap flight tickets and some good hostels in the citycenter of Dublin. While I visit Dublin for 2-3 days, I also want to spend a day on a tour to Giant's Causeway. Is (late-) october a smart time of the year to travel there? I don't mind... show more
    I'm planning a trip in the autumn break and I found really cheap flight tickets and some good hostels in the citycenter of Dublin. While I visit Dublin for 2-3 days, I also want to spend a day on a tour to Giant's Causeway. Is (late-) october a smart time of the year to travel there? I don't mind putting on an extra sweater, but I'd be a bummer if it rained all day ;) Experience?
    6 answers · 11 months ago