Sycamore House

134 New Cabra Road, Dublin, 7, Ireland
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Best time of year?

by Jordanmf

A couple buddies and I want to go to Ireland sometime in 2011. We want to go in March for St. Patrick's Day, but how is the weather at that time of year?

Re: Best time of year?

by wise23girl

Depends what you are used to....The Irish say "March of Many Weathers" according to my Irish friend who is here with us right now.
Still can be cold.

Re: Best time of year?

by leics

You can get a rough idea of climate averages for Dublin here:

but weather in both Ireland and in the UK is pretty unpredictable.

March will definitely be chilly (especially at night) and possibly cold (depending on what you are used to). There may be some frost, there may not. There will almost certainly be rain, which may be heavy and prolonged or just damp drizzle ( a 'soft' day). There may be sunshine. With the exception of frosts, much the same can be said for the climate for the rest of the year.

One can only guarantee it will be a mixed bag, but if you take clothes you can layer, warm waterproof outerwear, sensible footwear and hat/scarf/gloves (typical packing for Ireland and the UK for most of the year) you will be prepared for anything and will have an excellent time! :-)

Re: Best time of year?

by Waoife

The weather is the same as an time of the year in Ireland - unpredictable!!! You could be lucky and have clear blue skies or it could pour rain. Most likely though there'll be a mix - you often get all four seasons in one day here :) One think that's definite though is that it's not that warm in March (snow is unlikely but we did get it in March this year) so pack some warm clothes and an umbrella/waterproofs to deal with the rain!

Travel Tips for Dublin

More of Ireland

by morgana17

Ehm... I know, I know, this isn't only Dublin but also other Counties... sorry!
I suggest that you should visit the Cliffs of Moher in County Claire, Powerscourt Waterfall in County Wicklow, The Torc Waterfall in Killarney and the great Kilkenny Castle! (amongst the other things) The University College of Dublin... Horse riding and bed-breakfasting in Kinnitty Castle... Staying in Kilkenny's Hilton... seeing the dolphin in Dingle... sorry, there is too many!

Vistit the Temple Bar area,...

by speedwing

Vistit the Temple Bar area, cross the Liffey on the Ha'penny Bridge and listen to Irish music.
I've just been again and the Temple Bar Pub is still the best!! Spending Sunday in Temple bar with different musicians coming and going so that the tempo keeps changing.You meet people from all over the world..and yes...Irish as well!! wonderful place

Graffton Street has all the...

by dtsmith910

Graffton Street has all the cool shops and good places to eat. O'Connell street is a more scenic walk with the river next to it. That's a picture of some buildings along O'Connell street that look pretty neat.

O'Connell Bridge (and Street)...

by dubrovnik

O'Connell Bridge (and Street) - one of the widest in Europe, very busy all the time, with lots of hotels, restaurants, shops, and... cinemas! Just a bit further away there's a SAVOY cinema (watched Harry Potter and Lords Of The Ring there)



ENGLISH VERSION Relax (after a night in pubs for instance), in Stephen's green park. VERSION FRANCAISE Après une nuit de fête dans les pubs de la ville par exemple, pourquoi ne pas se relaxer à Stephen's green park ?


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