Ireland is part of Europe with main city at
Dublin. It's usually 🌤️ 12.97 °C in Ireland with a rainfall of 🌧 71.60 mm. Tipping is usually not expected in Ireland. Internet speed in Ireland is on average 12.8 Mbps. In Ireland you drive on the left side. Its Developed country with a
population of 6M people. The main currency is Euro. The languages
spoken are Irish and English. Automatic teller machines are very common in Ireland. Current travel safety advice is Do not travel. Get other useful information like socket plugs, SIM cards and emergency numbers.
👍 Developed 🌤️ ~12.97 °C 🌧 ~71.60 mm 👨👩👦👦 6M people
🛡️ Travel safety
Do not travel
Measures are in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Ireland. The Irish Government has advised you to stay at home as much as you can. See Travel for links to the latest advice. If you’re in Ireland and you wish to leave, do so as soon as possible by commercial means. Follow the Australian Embassy's social media accounts for regular updates on flight options for leaving Ireland. See Local contacts for links. We advise you: Do not travel to Ireland.
issued date: May 14, 2020
Ireland uses 230V, 50Hz with socket and plug Type G.
The languages that are typically spoken are Irish and English
💱 Currencies Used
Ireland uses the euro (symbol: €), code EUR.Banknotes come in denominations of 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5 euros. Euro is subdivided into 100 cents. Coins come in denominations of 2 and 1 euros and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 cents.
Widely accepted Credit cards are widely accepted within Ireland (at hotels, shops, and restaurants, travel agencies, car-rental agencies etc.). Visa, MasterCard and Maestro are the most widely accepted. American Express is less common. Diners Club is pretty rare. Discover, JCB, UnionPay and RuPay are unknown.
Automatic teller machines are very common in Ireland. You can find them in both large & small cities, tourist areas etc.You do not need a chip & PIN card to use an ATM — your standard magnetic card will work fine.
Not expected, but can leave extra tip Tipping is usually not expected in Ireland. However, if you are satisfied with the service provided you can show your appreciation by leaving a small ‘extra’ tip. Receipts might sometimes include a service charge. If there is a service charge there is no need to tip.