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U.K & Ireland


U.K & Ireland

Often used interchangeably with 'England' or 'Britain', the United Kingdom actually consists of Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England. From Scotch whiskey and haggus to horses, tea, scones and Irish whiskey, there is a lot going in in the UK. Looming castles, abbeys, mansions and manors sprawl around the countryside. The mystifying Stonehenge leads to wild speculation about its purpose and how it was built.
The land of Shakespeare and leprechauns, the landscape of the United Kingdom changes from flat moors into craggy hills and woodlands; from the mist shrouded Loch Ness – whose waters allegedly conceal the Loch Ness Monster – to the placid waters of the Lake District. The extensive network of cycle routes, walking trails and campsites offer views of some unbelievably beautiful scenery.

The official currency is the pound sterling and the official language is English. The United Kingdom is a year round destination –though you ought to be warned that the weather is very unpredictable. 

Ireland is an island in north-western Europe is most popularly known for its rich green landscapes with lush hills and clover fields. The cliffs of Moher, the Giant’s causeway, the dingle Peninsula are just some of the few amazing scenic spots this country has to offer.
Inhabited since the Stone Age, Ireland has a genuinely rich heritage, and much evidence of the past still remains. The country has many ancient megalithic sites, with mysterious inscriptions and symbols and around a thousand castles that are dotted around the island, many of them in ruins, but some are still preserved in their medieval splendour.
An absolute must do in Ireland, is visiting one of the many authentic Irish Pubs. The pub culture of Ireland precedes its name and has to be known as a symbol of a good time all around the world.

Overall, Ireland has a mild but hot changeable oceanic climate with few extremes. In Ireland you may indeed experience 'four seasons in one day'.
English is the native language of most Irish people and is spoken everywhere, but Irish is the first official language.

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