House prices, weather, things to do, scenery and general craic. When it comes to picking a place to live, a lot of factors come into consideration.
Which Irish county is the right one for you? We've ranked all 32 based on the above factors and more and here's what we've come up with.
Agree with every ranking? That's actually insane.
Disagree? Let us have it in the comments!
Purely for the fact I had an Ireland county jigsaw as a kid and Fermanagh wasn't even included hence me not realising it was a county for years.
Supposedly in the west but it hasn't even got a coastline.
Smack bang in the centre like a neglected middle child.
Again, where's the coastline?
It does get fierce cold up there. Plus we already gave them best accent. Can't have them getting too big for their boots.
The invasion of hurling fans on Thurles ever summer would get right on our nerves and with Templemore ya'd just assume everyone was a trainee guard.
Who could put up with hearing about 'the curse' all year round?
Alright, it's got Lough Neagh but you'd need a coastline to be higher. Seeing a trend here?
At least you're higher than Tyrone.
Yeah you're right in the middle of the action but two words... HOUSE PRICES.
Virginia? Sure ya wouldn't know what country you're in.
Now we're getting there with the coastlines.
You'd be right under the radar. Whether that's a good or bad thing is up to you.
Too rural for Dublin. Too close to Dublin to be truly rural. Make up yer minds.
The best surfing in the land.
Cheap enough rent and near the capital.
Great scenery and gas folks.
It's got an actual Chocolate Garden, for Christ sake.
Ya can't bate the Mullingar craic.
As the old saying goes, 'all roads lead to Portlaoise' and you're never too far from a big city with Kilkenny, Dublin, Waterford and Limerick not too far away.
There's a reason why it's the stag and hen capital of Ireland. Plus you could do the Smithwicks tour every weekend.
Big city living without breaking the bank.
Wild atlantic winds and of course the home of The Burren.
Ireland's oldest city. Great nightlife, great people and great blaas.
Mountains, coast, the DART and great walks. What more could you want?
The cheapest gaffs in the country and with no traffic lights you'll get to wherever you're going in no time.
As the song goes, we'd have our own Las Vegas, in the hills of Donegal.
No wonder no one ever wants to leave the the People's Republic
Connemara for natural beauty and the city for the best craic in the country.
We shit you not, Antrim has some of the best landscapes in Ireland. Take a tour along the coast on a sunny day if you don't believe us.
Also home to Belfast so great nightlife is never too far away.
Truly the Kingdom. Great views, great beaches, great sport and won't necessarily cost you an arm and a leg.
Most importantly, it has some of the best pubs in the country. Who's coming with us?