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Cosy pubs, Irish Guinness beer and, of course, St Patrick's Day: That's Ireland! The Irish love potatoes, and there are many more fun and interesting things to discover. This page has everything you need to know when living and working in Ireland!

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Typical Irish

When living and working in Ireland, you will want to experience and try everything. Take a peek into the life of a true Irishman! In Ireland, food is very important. You can tell by the fresh, pure and often organic produce. Start your day with a hearty Irish breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausages, and white or black pudding. In the evening, enjoy a delicious Irish stew with lamb, carrots, potatoes, onions, and parsley. Apart from that, Irish people love pure conviviality over a drink. When you are at the pub watching a game of hurling or Gaelic football, a Guinness beer is a must

Ireland is surrounded by the beautiful blue Atlantic Ocean. This island has a maritime climate, which means it does not have harsh winters but also not excessively hot summers. So if you are going to live and work in Ireland, you can escape the freezing winters. In summer, it gets around 25 degrees and the coast turns into the hotspot for surfing. Furthermore, it is important not to forget your umbrella! After all, there may be regular showers. 

The official currency in Ireland is the Euro. So make no mistake, as payment in Northern Ireland is made with the British pound. Useful tip: Larger banknotes such as EUR 100, EUR 200 and EUR 500 are often not accepted.

A busy street in Dublin

When you think of Ireland, you think of St Patrick's Day. This is the bank holidays in Ireland where everything goes out of style! On 17 March, the Irish commemorate Ireland's most important saint, Saint Patrick. Saint Patrick is known as the country's patron saint. On this day, there is more than enough to do! Many Irish go dressed up in typical green suits and drink lots of Guinness. There are fairs everywhere, streets are filled with parades, and you see fireworks being shot into the sky.  

The Must See's in Ireland 

If you are going to live and work in Ireland, Galway should not be missing from your list to visit. This beautiful colourful port town is a cosy, bustling city full of music cafés and Irish pubs. There is also plenty to do here for culture lovers. This medieval town has a beautiful history that can be seen in many things. The capital, Dublin, is also a real must-visit. With all the beautiful cathedrals, art and pubs, you won't run out of things to do here. Once you've discovered everything in the city, it's the beautiful countryside's turn. The Cliffs of Moher are one of the highest cliff coasts in all of Europe! From 214 metres high, you can enjoy the horizon of the Atlantic Ocean. You don't want to miss that, do you!

Cliff in Belfast

Your first words!

Conas atá tú? - How are you?

Sláinte - Cheers!

Go raibh maith agat - Thank you

SLAN go fóill - Goodbye