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# How long would it take you to drive around Ireland?

Updated: 9/2/2023

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Ireland's coastline is about 1970 miles long. So going non stop at 60 miles an hour, it would take over 32 hours. In reality of course, you would not drive that long and roads don't go directly along every part of the coast. So to drive around Ireland, you would do it over the course of a few days. There is of course more to Ireland than its coast line. Ireland is over 32,000 square miles, so to see a lot of Ireland you could spend days driving around it. Going direct from the west to east coasts, can be done in less than 3 hours by motorway. So it really depends on how much you want to see and at what pace you want to see it at.

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