Honeymoons in Ireland

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Ireland Overview

With plenty of blessings for the new bride and groom, a honeymoon in the land of the “Luck of the Irish” can be the ideal choice in a honeymoon for both the bride and groom.  Ireland is a fascinating country with wonderfully warm people, and landscapes that are romance in themselves. 

A honeymoon is Ireland is a honeymoon that is filled with romance with rolling hills to roll down, and castles from an era gone by.  It is a blend of past and present, with wonderful hospitality and legend that is endless.  From wonderful cuisine, romantic hikes, and historic attractions there is something for everyone.  Couples also have an array of retreats to choose among for that special pampering of a lifetime, making your honeymoon romantically beautiful.

Key Facts for Ireland

Capital City – Dublin

Currency – Euro

Official Language – English

Flight time: 0 hours from Delhi

When to Honeymoon in Ireland

When to Go:  To avoid traditional peak season, April, May or September is the best time to travel to Ireland.  June through August is also a particular beautiful time when the sun is shining and the temperatures are comfortable.

Flight Info:  Several carriers serve the route from India to Ireland. Among carriers that fly from New Delhi you’ll find Air India, Air India, Jet Airways and Turkish Airlines.  Flight times vary, but are most are about 14 hours with one stop.

Currency:  Euro

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Getting Married in Ireland

In a feisty, twinkling country, with storybook castles and magnificent rolling hills, a fairytale wedding can come true.  A destination wedding in Ireland is one that offers a myriad of things to do and places to see, and with the luck of the Irish on your side, the blessings are even better!  Ireland offers some romantically beautiful venues to say those magically romantic vows.

Marriage Requirements


Legalities: To be legally married in Ireland, the Civil Registration (Amendment) Act 2012 must be followed.  Couples will need to submit a Notification of Intent to Marry no less than three months prior to their wedding date.  This will need to be submitted to a Registrar.  Couples will also need photo IDs, birth certificates, and provide proof that they are free to marry.  For more information, please click HERE.