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Do I need a travel adapter for a trip to Ireland?

No, you do not need a travel adapter (plug adapter) for a trip from the United Kingdom to Ireland. In Ireland, people are using the same plugs and plug sockets as in the United Kingdom.

Ireland und United Kingdom compared
Flag: United Kingdom
United Kingdom
GOutlets of type GOutlets
230 VoltVoltage
50 HertzFrequency
Flag: Ireland
Ireland
GOutlets of type GOutlets
230 VoltVoltage
50 HertzFrequency
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Country information

About Ireland

Flag: About Ireland

Ireland is a country in Europe (Northern Europe) with about 4.9 Millionen inhabitants on an area of almost 70 000 km². The capital of Ireland is Dublin (1 Millionen inhabitants).

People in the country are mainly speaking English and Irish.

The only neighbor of Ireland is the United Kingdom.

TLD: .ieCurrency: EURCountry calling code: +353Country Code : IE
Power sockets

Which types of plugs are used in Ireland?

Ireland uses plugs of type G. As these are the same types of plugs used in the United Kingdom, you do not need a travel adapter in Ireland.

Mains voltage

What is the Electricity Voltage in Ireland?

The voltage in Ireland is 230 volts.

The voltage, therefore, is equal to the 230 volts in the United Kingdom. This means that you can use all your electrical appliances without any problems.

Utility frequency

What is the utility frequency in Ireland?

The utility frequency in Ireland is 50 Hertz.

The frequency, therefore, is the same as in the United Kingdom. That's why it is safe to use all your electric appliances in Ireland.

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