TRAVEL GUIDE TO NORTH IRELAND
This is your ultimate travel guide to North Ireland!
I’ve always been fond of Great Britain’s monarchy, my favorite part, that I’ve studied a lot is the Tudor Dynasty. I don’t know, there is something about the monarchy in the UK, right? Also the way they are fond of their Royal family. Even I was sad to hear about Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II’s passing. I imagine how touching it must have been for their subject.
A new Era is starting now, with the Queen no longer among us and King Charles taking the reins of the Monarchy. I am fond of King Charles as he is very attached to Romania, where he has acquired some lands, and very close to people living there in the region. I find him so human, so humble with those peasants. I accept better his errors with Lady Di, an amazing soul, who did not deserve that fate.
The United Kingdom includes England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. On 6 December 1922, a year after the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, the territory of Southern Ireland left the UK and became the Irish Free State, now the Republic of Ireland.
There are fantastic places worth visiting all over North Ireland. Some of the best tourist attractions in Northern Ireland would be the Mournes, the Antrim Coast, Tollymore Forest, Glenariff Park, and the Belfast Black Cab Tours.
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When in THE NORTH IRELAND
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BREXIT: EU is a political and economic union that comprises 27 states member. UK has decided through a referendum on 31 January 2020 to leave the EU, going to a transition period, until 1 January 2021, the day the UK effectively ceased to be a member of the EU.
Currency: The currency in North Ireland is the British Pound.
Language: The main language spoken in Ireland is English.
Connexion: The Internet is at a very good speed, and all countries are on 5G. Wi-Fi connection everywhere you go, free or on demand.
ATM: Almost all ATMs in North Ireland provide credit card withdrawals for Visa and Mastercard. Amex and Link cards are also accepted at some ATMs, including AIB and Bank of Ireland (the two largest banks).
Railroads: The railway system in the United Kingdom is the oldest in the world. North Ireland rail network covers Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kerry, Mayo, Sligo, Waterford, Wexford, and many more counties around Ireland.
Plugs: The plugs in the United Kingdom are type G. The standard voltage is 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50Hz.
Best Time to visit
You really need to plan in advance if you want to visit the UK in general. But even then, you can never rely on the weather. It changes all the time and is mostly cloudy, if not rainy.
However, the best time to visit Northern Ireland is in summer, between June and August when the weather is warmer and dry. The weather in Northern Ireland is similar to the Republic of Ireland and Britain with mild summers and chilly winters.
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