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Cheap Car Hire Ireland

With the car, you can easily visit the Republic of Ireland and learn about the foreign cultures and the many small cities in the country. The United Kingdom is located in the North of the island, in South and West, the Atlantic Ocean stretches. The centuries-old traditions and customs, maintained to this day by the locals such as old Irish folk music and the even burned whiskey, give a very special character Ireland and make it a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. If you decide for a sightseeing tour with a hire car is available in the capital Dublin and also in all other, larger cities, a car hire available. You can select and book marked directly corresponding offers directly via economyhirecars.com.

Landscape in Ireland

The landscape of Ireland is, and gives a very own and typical character of the island. Mainly flat levels through the land while, interrupted by short hilly sections and a large number of Lakes. The Northern Irish Sea Lough Neagh is the most famous waters of all Ireland. The River Shannon which flows along through the whole island from North to South is the longest river. A popular attraction for tourists form but also the large number of national parks, which are distributed in all Ireland and provide a natural and safe Habitat for many animal and plant species. With a rental car, you can here the nature of Ireland's relaxed and explore without time pressure and enjoy.

Culture in Ireland

The music represents a major cultural center in the social life of the Irish people. The crucial factor for the sound and the character of Irish music is a wide range of conventional instruments. Especially the oldest Irish instrument the harp are typical. But also flutes and violins take up an important part. Before the 18th century, it was typical to strictly separate instrumental music and vocals for Irish music. Only from the beginning of the new century both was combined with each other. In addition to music is also popular dance. Often traditional dances are performed at celebrations such as weddings or festivals. These include among others the Formationstanz and the tap dance.

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