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Welcome to the Google Maps of Ireland (IE) and the comprehensive location list for this country. World Route Planner, together with its detailed Ireland page, turns Google Maps Sightseeing into a meaningful experience! Our extensive destination gazetteer, coupled with Driving Directions to Ireland, allows you to explore Ireland through detailed satellite imagery and street views—fast, free, and easier than ever before.

Browse through the list of administrative regions in Ireland, navigate through these regions to find a place of interest, and book your hotel with the Best Price Guarantee! Your journey through Ireland via Google Satellite Map Sightseeing and Street View starts here.

When you search up Ireland on Google Maps, it's plain to see why people call this country the “Emerald Isle.” Though many people don't initially think of Ireland as a vacation spot, this country has a lot of attractions that make it a perfect place for tourists to explore. Once you sample the wonderful drinks, explore the spooky castles, and learn about the country's culture, it will be difficult to leave.

Ireland is known for the many friendly, inviting, and lively pubs that can be found in almost every town. An Irish pub visit is an absolutely necessary stop for people who want to experience Irish cuisine.  At almost any pub that you will see, you'll find Irish bands playing music, people laughing, and of course, Guinness being served on tap. Some pubs also offer traditional Irish food, which makes it a must-see for gastronomes who want to try out food from the Emerald Isle. It's best to try Irish soda bread, or specialty pudding before you leave the country.

Ireland Google Maps

To activate Street View on any city of Ireland, drag above the Zoom feature the yellow little man in the map.

One of the most striking aspects of Irish culture is the folklore. Almost every location has a local legend, a mythical creature, or a ghost story behind it. It is because of the rich folklore of Ireland that locations such as Glasnevin Cemetery are so popular. There are even hotels that are reportedly haunted,  and they are often sold out because of the high volume of people who want to catch a glimpse of a ghost. We suggest booking a night at the Castle Inn in Dublin if you want to try to have your own Irish ghost hunt, which is reportedly haunted by a deceased poet from the 19th century.

Many festivals are held in Ireland that are solely devoted to preserving the rich culture that the country is known for. Gaelic music, Irish poetry, Irish dance performances, and storytelling are often the center of attention at these festivals. If you are a fan of the arts, we highly recommend attending the Festival of World Cultures, which takes place in Dun Laoghaire Town annually. Of course, if you can't book at trip during a festival, you can always take a tour that is led by a guide who happens to be an expert on the local culture.

Simply driving through the country is a pleasure. People who are touring Ireland for the very first time remark upon the picturesque scenery that they see while looking out the windows of their cars. Rolling hills, meadows filled with flowers, and glades filled with beautiful trees are quite commonplace in the Irish countryside. Don't be surprised if you fall in love with the pastoral appearance of this country. Make sure to take a map with you – it's easy to get lost in many parts of Ireland.

Ireland is a wonderful place to visit if you are enamored with the unique culture that it holds. Known for wonderful stories, mysterious creatures, sonorous music, and more, Ireland is one destination that you will want to put on your personal tourism map.

Facts about Ireland

Administrative divisions: 26 counties; Carlow , Cavan , Clare , Cork , Donegal , Dublin , Galway , Kerry , Kildare , Kilkenny , Laois , Leitrim , Limerick , Longford , Louth , Mayo , Meath , Monaghan , Offaly , Roscommon , Sligo , Tipperary , Waterford , Westmeath , Wexford , Wicklow
Area: total: 70 ,280 sq km land: 68 ,890 sq km water: 1 ,390 sq km
Background: Celtic tribes arrived on the island between 600-150 B.C. Invasions by Norsemen that began in the late 8th century were finally ended when King Brian BORU defeated the Danes in 1014. English invasions began in the 12th century and set off more than seven centuries of Anglo-Irish struggle marked by fierce rebellions and harsh repressions. A failed 1916 Easter Monday Rebellion touched off several years of guerrilla warfare that in 1921 resulted in independence from the UK for 26 southern counties; six northern (Ulster) counties remained part of the UK. In 1949 , Ireland withdrew from the British Commonwealth; it joined the European Community in 1973. Irish governments have sought the peaceful unification of Ireland and have cooperated with Britain against terrorist groups. A peace settlement for Northern Ireland is being implemented with some difficulties. In 2006 , the Irish and British governments developed and began to implement the St. Andrews Agreement , building on the Good Friday Agreement approved in 1998.
Flag description: three equal vertical bands of green (hoist side) , white , and orange; similar to the flag of Cote d'Ivoire , which is shorter and has the colors reversed - orange (hoist side) , white , and green; also similar to the flag of Italy , which is shorter and has colors of green (hoist side) , white , and red
Capital: name: Dublin geographic coordinates: 53 19 N , 6 14 W time difference: UTC 0 (5 hours ahead of Washington , DC during Standard Time) daylight saving time: +1hr , begins last Sunday in March; ends last Sunday in October
Climate: temperate maritime; modified by North Atlantic Current; mild winters , cool summers; consistently humid; overcast about half the time
Currency code: euro (EUR)
Ethnic groups: Irish 87.4% , other white 7.5% , Asian 1.3% , black 1.1% , mixed 1.1% , unspecified 1.6% (2006 census)
Geographic coordinates: 53 00 N , 8 00 W
Geography note: strategic location on major air and sea routes between North America and northern Europe; over 40% of the population resides within 100 km of Dublin
Government type: republic , parliamentary democracy
Imports partners: UK 38.2% , US 11.3% , Germany 9.7% , Netherlands 5% , France 4.1% (2007)
Internet country code: .ie
Land boundaries: 1 ,448 km
Neighbouring countries: total: 360 km border countries: UK 360 km
Languages: English (official) is the language generally used , Irish (Gaelic or Gaeilge) (official) spoken mainly in areas located along the western seaboard
Location: Western Europe , occupying five-sixths of the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean , west of Great Britain
Map references: Europe
National holiday: Saint Patrick's Day , 17 March
Nationality: noun: Irishman(men) , Irishwoman(women) , Irish (collective plural) adjective: Irish
Natural hazards: NA
Population: 4 ,156 ,119 (July 2008 est.)
Religions: Roman Catholic 87.4% , Church of Ireland 2.9% , other Christian 1.9% , other 2.1% , unspecified 1.5% , none 4.2% (2006 census)
Terrain: mostly level to rolling interior plain surrounded by rugged hills and low mountains; sea cliffs on west coast
Unemployment rate: 4.6% (2007 est.)

Capital of Ireland

Baile Átha Cliath (click to view Baile Átha Cliath map)

Places in Ireland

Browse the most comprehensive and up-to-date online directory of administrative regions and Street Views in Ireland. Our listings are organized alphabetically, starting from level 1 regions and progressing through to level 2 and eventually level 3 regions, ensuring you can easily navigate and find specific areas of interest.

Battle Bridge city Google Maps
Boyne Bridge city Google Maps
Cloonakilleg city Google Maps
County Carlow (123 Google Maps locations)
County Cavan (253 Google Maps locations)
County Clare (348 Google Maps locations)
County Cork (1083 Google Maps locations)
County Donegal (783 Google Maps locations)
County Dublin (202 Google Maps locations)
County Galway (680 Google Maps locations)
County Kerry (592 Google Maps locations)
County Kildare (335 Google Maps locations)
County Kilkenny (276 Google Maps locations)
County Laois (282 Google Maps locations)
County Leitrim (240 Google Maps locations)
County Limerick (268 Google Maps locations)
County Longford (63 Google Maps locations)
County Louth (144 Google Maps locations)
County Mayo (523 Google Maps locations)
County Meath (146 Google Maps locations)
County Monaghan (236 Google Maps locations)
County Offaly (303 Google Maps locations)
County Roscommon (177 Google Maps locations)
County Sligo (285 Google Maps locations)
County Tipperary (394 Google Maps locations)
County Waterford (241 Google Maps locations)
County Westmeath (121 Google Maps locations)
County Wexford (368 Google Maps locations)
County Wicklow (310 Google Maps locations)
Cuppanagh Bridge city Google Maps
Diamond city Google Maps
Inchibeg Bridge city Google Maps
Kilgolagh city Google Maps
Woodfort city Google Maps

Random cities in Ireland

Baile Átha Cliath, the capital city of Ireland.

Link to Ireland Google Maps page

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