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Traveling Ireland Solo

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There is no more beautiful country on the planet than Ireland. It is a land of green landscape, gorgeous seascapes and friendly people. The beauty and the friendliness are reason enough to enjoy traveling around Ireland on your own. If you have never made a solo trip in a foreign country before, it may seem a little intimidating. However, Ireland is the perfect place to get your feet wet with an adventure of solo traveling. Here are some tips that will make your solo trip around Ireland an excellent adventure.

Take Advantage of Hostels

When you are traveling solo, you don’t have the luxury of splitting the lodging expenses with someone else. This means you need to look for creative ways to save money on your lodging. One of the best ways to do this is to take advantage of hostels. You can stay in shared hostel rooms that will be very inexpensive. If you are willing to try sharing a dorm room in a hostel, you can get them for around $12 a night.

Besides saving money, staying in a hostel is a great way to meet fellow travelers. You can compare information about Ireland, giving each other tips on things to see and ways to save money. You are also likely to make friends that you can share your travel adventure on the Emerald Isle with.

Saving Money on Food

One of the best parts of going to Ireland is to enjoy one of the most amazing pub cultures in the world. As well as meeting lots of colorful characters and tasting the most delicious Guinness in the world, you can also help your wallet out by eating pub food. Most pubs in Ireland serve hearty, inexpensive food that will sustain your for many hours.

Also, you can also take advantage of the kitchen that is available to use in most hostels. You can buy food at the grocery stores to cook yourself, allowing you to avoid the expense of eating out.

Student Discounts

If you are a student, then be sure to bring your student ID with you. Almost every tourist attraction will offer you a student discount if you show your student ID. These discounts are not insubstantial. Many times, they will entitle you to half off the admission price.

Things to Do

There are some stops that are a must for any visitor to Ireland. At the top of the list is Dublin. You simply must spend at least a few days exploring the capital city. Galway and Cork are two other cities that are very worthwhile to visit.

The Ring of Kerry is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland. It is one of the most stunningly beautiful spots in the world. There are winding roads, historic forts and beautiful mountains to enjoy.

Also, you must visit a castle while you are in Ireland. Blarney Castle is the most famous due to the famous Blarney Stone. Visitors who kiss it are said to get the Irish gift of the gab.

Jason Kane loves traveling almost as much as he loves blogging. His next goal: every MLB stadium in one summer. He gets all of his travel related documents from Travel Docs.

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