Ireland offers a warm welcome to everyone, but especially to children, with the OECD among the international organisations giving Irish childcare a friendly tousle of the hair. Many of us considering a move to Ireland are doing so in search of a better life for ourselves and our families. It’s easy to understand why. The Emerald Isle offers a great deal to entice families, including a relaxed way of life, the opportunity to enjoy a more outdoor lifestyle, excellent educational institutions and much improved job opportunities.
Expats reveal their favourite lesser-known places to see when visiting in Ireland. We all have our favourite places – the ones that bring back excellent memories, the ones where we made important life decisions, the ones that took our breath away. Today, the Ireland Buying Guide chats to three of our readers who’ve made the move, about their favourite spots in Ireland.
Moving to Ireland doesn’t mean missing out on traditional British celebrations, it’s an opportunity to find even more exciting ones, especially with the country’s mystical Gaelic past (and enjoying of a drink or two)
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