What to pack for your tour to Ireland?

OMG, what should I pack in my bag? What type of bag do I need? Will it fit on the plane & the bus? 

Firstly, don’t panic. We have some very handy tips for packing for a trip to Ireland that involves considering the variable and often unpredictable weather. Here’s a comprehensive list to help you prepare for your journey:

 

REMEMBER, THAT BAG IS GOING ON THE TRIP…..SO HEAVY IS BAD, LIGHT IS GOOD.

 

Quick Check Before The Plane 

What type of clothing, rain jacket, and footwear do I need to bring to Ireland?

What type of luggage should I bring to Ireland?

We ask that you bring only one large backpack/suitcase (25kg) and a day pack. If you are going to be traveling with a lot more than 25kg, then please let us know.

 

What electronic devices should I bring with me?

Remember we use a three-pin plug in Ireland, with square pins!!!  

What bank cards work in Ireland?

American, Canadian, Australian? Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted throughout the island of Ireland; American Express is accepted in some places but not all. Credit cards can be used for purchases and also to withdraw cash from ATMs (although this usually is accompanied by a fee). It is better to withdraw from the main banks as the charges will be cheaper. The two main ones are AIB & Bank of Ireland.

Some last-minute essentials!

REMEMBER KEEP IT LIGHT TO ENJOY THE SIGHTS.

Here at Irish Experience Tours, we believe in the mantra of REDUCE, REUSE & RECYCLE.
Everything we do in our lives impacts our environment so reducing our environmental footprint is our goal here.

We must reduce our waste in the future and be more environmentally conscious. Less luggage also means less carbon used in the form of fuel used in air travel and the bus journey
So helping us to be more environmentally friendly, so good all round. ☘️

If you have more questions about what to pack for your upcoming trip to Ireland, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team or visit our website. We’re here to make sure you are prepared for your adventure in Ireland. Contact Us