31 ESSENTIAL First Time IRELAND Travel Tips




Want to know what to do when you travel to Ireland? How about what clothes to pack or how much your trip might cost? Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers share their top 31 essential Ireland Travel Tips to help you have the trip of a lifetime.

What’s the difference between Ireland and Northern Ireland?

If you can’t pick between Dublin or Belfast? How about the weather in Galway or the food in Cork? Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers share their top 31 essential Ireland Travel Tips to help you have the trip of a lifetime.

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  1. I've checked out a lot of these videos on Ireland…this one and
    others and I can't help but notice the unpleasant and often rude
    comments about Americans from Irish commentators…yes…I am American. This is only an observation and here I'm speaking of Irish commentators not other Americans..
    Not only about Americans but also rude comments about practicing
    Catholics as well. I would say with your videos this doesn't happen that
    often…with these videos, the Irish who leave comments are mostly
    polite and civil. I was planning a trip to Ireland…I
    know….pronounced "Areland" but reading all the negative comments form
    Irish people and their criticism of Americans, I'm having second
    thoughts about even visiting now…too bad because I really want to. If I do decide to go, I'm hoping not to
    experience any of this anti-American or anti-Catholic bias. I do like
    the videos though and trying to lean more…:-)

  2. Tyrone is pure farmland, oh and some shithole, what is it again, oh aye Omagh, also straban just doesn’t know what to do with itself, just don’t ask anyone if it’s in the north or south, you’ll be there for hours

  3. As always you guys get beyond the cliches and really give a true sense of wherever you are visiting. Your observations about Ireland are insightful and accurate (apart from the idea that St. Patrick’s Day isn’t celebrated like the US. You’ve clearly never been to Dublin on March 17th!). Your advice for visitors on where to visit is excellent except you completely miss Kerry and in particular Dingle and West Kerry. I’m not a Kerryman but speaking about Ireland without mentioning Kerry is missing one of the most wonderful parts of the country – a bit like summarizing France and omitting Provence – You Need to come back and check it out.

  4. One bit of advice, forget about learning a few words of Irish. Most Irish can't string two sentences together anyway. You'll just look desperate and silly.
    Most people don't do rounds in pubs (unless they're friends) as it's just too expensive.

  5. Craic is literally pronounced like crack there's no need to have an accent on it. Also, the 4 different provences in Ireland (Munster, Leinster, Connacht and Ulster) all speak Irish with a different accent, so many words and phrases sound different depending on which provence you're in!

  6. You're joking me… The temperature during summer averages between 20°C – 30°C?! What fecking Ireland did you visit? When it climaxes at 20°C the country goes mental, chavs begin to take over any grassy public spaces, blasting techno while having their taps aff.

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