Northern Ireland Travel GuideWhen to visit Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland sees most of its visitors from May through September when temperatures are at their warmest. The winter season, from November through February, is the least popular time to visit due to cold and rainy weather. The spring and fall, particularly May and September, are potentially ideal times to visit, with a mix of pleasant weather, fewer crowds, and lower prices.
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