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Vital statistics

Average Home Price

323,307.78 USD


Euros (€)

Average Salary

63,041.50 USD

Average Rental Price per Month

1,471.28 USD

Average Commute Time

35 minutes

Annual  temperature

45 - 68 °F

Living With Dancing Leprechauns

Ireland is a land of magic, talent, and wonder from its friendly people with a laid-back attitude to romantic landscapes. There is quite a tragic yet fascinating history to the land. Along with being the country with the most Nobel Prize winners for literature. Not to mention the beer, and pubs, some even with local standup talent.

Ireland’s Secret Sauce

  • The Emerald Isle has one of the most amazing surfing in the world with the wind blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean, and huge waves crashing down.
  • Guinness Beer, Smithwicks (Kilkenny), and Harp Lager as well as the local music are a staple of the land.
  • Ireland has the lowest corporate tax rates, and this is of course an attraction for many top businesses.
  • The reason why many Irish family names start with "Mac" or "O", is because in Gaelic “Mac” means "son of ..." and “O” means "grandson of ..."

Cost of the essentials

To live a comfortable life in Ireland your average cost of living should be 6,000 euros (7030.92 USD) a month.

172.79 USD

Energy bill / month

57.72 USD

Internet bill / month

5.87 USD / 0.5 liter

Domestic beer

1.72 USD

Loaf of Bread

9.39 USD

McDonalds Meal

Not to Miss in The Land of Ire

  • Check out the Cliffs of Moher which are a collection of sea cliffs which run for about 14 km.
  • Walk down Grafton Street, in Dublin where you can check out many of the local stores, as well as feel the Irish vibe.
  • And visit or attend Trinity College, which is viewed as one of the Little Ivies where the US News and World Report ranked it 46th in its 2020 ranking of best national liberal arts colleges. Plus, it was also ranked 49th for best value school. And the architecture of the buildings are old-school with the use of columns.