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Advice for large family trip to Ireland next summer

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I'm wanting to start planning a family trip to Ireland for next year. It will be for my family with mostly adult children and their wives/husbands, probably 8 or so people. I was thinking over the summer July or August. I have no idea where to start my planning. I've never travel out of the US. I don't know much about the country. Where should I start? Is there a better time to go over the summer? How much time should we plan on spending?I was thinking a week or 2. How much should it cost? I heard the plane fair was the most expensive thing. I'm interested in the culture of the country and some of the historical sites as well. Not a big fan of crowds or long lines. Thanks for your help.

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