Best time to visit Ireland [year to year comparison]

- These months are the coldest in Ireland. - Expect chilly temperatures, rain, and occasional snow in some areas. - Fewer tourists, which can mean lower prices and quieter attractions.

January and February 

- Springtime in Ireland is lovely. - Temperatures start to rise, and flowers bloom. - March can still be quite rainy, but April and May are drier. - Moderate crowds, especially around Easter.

March to May 

- Summer is peak tourist season. - The weather is usually mild, with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 20°C (59°F to 68°F). - Longer daylight hours allow for more outdoor activities. - Expect higher prices and more crowded tourist spots.

June to August 

- Early autumn is a great time to visit. - Temperatures remain pleasant, and there's less rainfall. - The fall foliage is beautiful in October. - Fewer crowds compared to the summer months.

September and October 

- Late autumn and early winter can be wet and cool. - November is generally mild, while December sees a drop in temperatures. - Christmas markets and holiday festivities make December charming. - Fewer tourists, but some attractions may have reduced hours.

November and December 

In summary, the best time to visit Ireland for pleasant weather and fewer crowds is during the shoulder seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (September to October). 

If you prefer warm weather and don't mind larger crowds, summer (June to August) is also a good option. Winter (November to February) is the least popular time due to cold and wet conditions, but it can offer unique holiday experiences.

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