Are there dangerous parts of Ireland?

Statistics

What’s the roughest part of Ireland?

Pearse Street Garda station in Dublin’s south inner city is at the centre of Ireland’s most crime-ridden district, the Irish Mirror can reveal. Our exclusive data probe of incidents clocked on the force’s Pulse system from 560 stations over 17 years, reveals the nation’s worst and most unexpected crime blackspots.

Is Coolock safe?

Like other Dublin areas, some of which have been covered previously in this column, such as Finglas and Clondalkin, Coolock has been branded as dangerous in the past. And there are troubled parts to it. Darndale most notably has a reputation that precedes it.

Is Tallaght a bad area?

Crime in Tallaght is certainly no worse than any other large centre of population and is well policed. As apparent from recent events closer to Dublin city it might even be preferable to stay outside of an increasingly violent Dublin city.

Is Ireland safe to live?

Is Ireland safe? Ireland is generally a safe place to visit and live. The 2020 Global Peace Index ranks it as the 12th safest country in the world. While we trail behind countries like Denmark, Canada and Japan, we’re streets ahead of our nearest European neighbours.

What should you not say in Ireland?

10 Things Tourists Should Never Say in Ireland

  • “I’m Irish”
  • Quizzing about potatoes.
  • Anything about an Irish car bomb.
  • “Top of the morning to you”
  • “Everything is better in… (insert large city)”
  • “St Patty’s Day”
  • “Do you know so-and-so from…”
  • “I love U2”
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Is Ireland safe?

Safe and welcoming

Ireland is listed in the top 15 safest countries in the world by the Global Peace Index 2020. It is known for being a safe and friendly country that offers a warm welcome to tourists and students from around the world.