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Hi! We are planning to visit Ireland. What are the better months for visiting? I'd like to visit when there are good temperatures - not too cold.
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Hi Arleth,

You are lucky because Ireland is never too cold neither too hot. We have mild temperatures all year round.

If you want longer days and more daylight hours then you might want to visit us in Spring or Summer, where at 11pm there's still light!

That said, our weather can quickly change and you can have 4 seasons in 1 day, but that's the magic of Ireland! 

Some of our members have previously listed some tips about what to pack, so you can have a look and start planning.

You can also enjoy some lovely pictures from other Community members enjoying some blue skies!

If you need any help with your itinerary don't hesitate to let us know, we'd love to help. Si prefieres, también podemos atenderte en español.

Regards,

Marta ☘️
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thank you Marta. y cuales son esos meses especificamente?
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Hola Arleth,

Por experiencia propia te recomiendo los meses entre Abril y Septiembre, ya que los días son más largos y las temperaturas un poco más altas. Sin embargo, esto no te asegura que no vaya a pillarte algún día de lluvia, pero no suele ser más que un chaparrón.

Si no estás segura de qué meter en la maleta, puedes encontrar algunos consejos en nuestra web. También puedes echarle un vistazo a este hilo de nuestro foro (en inglés).

En caso de necesitar algo más, no dejes de volver a escribirnos.

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