Hi again everyone! I just thought I'd get your opinion about our plan to visit Ireland this December. Basically we're planning to stay in Dublin. Visit some museums and other attractions around Dublin, North Coast, Train Tour (cliffs of moher, bunratty castle, etc), Shopping, pubs.
My fiance and I will get married this December and we want Ireland to be our honeymoon destination. We're planning to stay for a week. I've been already making plans and researching of the places we'd visit, hotel to stay, etc. And I've tried to research about the weather recently just to find out that it's not recommended to visit in December because of the weather.. Is it really that bad?
We're coming from an Asian tropical country where it's usually hot and warm. I'm wondering if we'll be able to adjust to the climate just fine. Although we've been to other countries before where there's winter and experienced cold weather (like 0 to -3 degrees celcius)...
And I'm also worried that it might snow. And by that I imagine the streets being covered in snow. Because if it does, it would be a hassle and we might not be able to walk around and visit places, etc. I'm a little confused with the snow. Some I've read that it does not snow that much. What do they mean? Like it snows for a few hours but does not cover the street white?.. But others I've read that the snow's been terrible in Ireland. So what is it really? This has gotten me confused.
Sorry if this question is dumb but I'm a little worried if we'll push through with our plan or not. But really want to see Ireland. This makes me sad :(
I truly appreciate your advice. Thanks in advance!