Layers on Layers
Pack sweaters, short-sleeved shirts, a windbreaker or raincoat and a heavier coat. For days you’re out exploring, weather can change on a dime. So, best to layer up for those outdoor adventures!
As you can already tell, the weather is finicky and no one wants to walk through puddles! Boots, in general, are great if you’re visiting any landscapes with some rocky terrain.
To keep you nice and warm in those boots! You can find some made of high-quality Irish wool in many of the gift shops in Ireland, too—a great souvenir and something you can use while you’re exploring.
Especially during the later part of fall when temperatures drop, you’ll want to keep your hands and head warm while you’re out and about!
Type G Converter
Ireland uses type G electrical outlets, so be sure to pack a compatible converter.
Seems obvious, but we do recommend bringing a copy of your passport for back-up, too, just in case the unthinkable happens!
Something small enough to fit in your suitcase but durable against the outdoors (read: rain!). A backpack will make toting your belongings around much easier than a purse or pocket, plus you’ll have room for any souvenirs you might collect along your outing. Note: some tours/attractions may limit the size of the bag you can bring inside, so it’s always best to check first. One of our By-Your-Side Service℠ TEAM members can help with that information, too!