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Tours to Ireland

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Tours to Ireland

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Travel Information

 

Tour Destinations

Cork
Dublin
Galway

Travel Time

1 - 1 ½ hour flight from London

3 ¼ hour ferry (Holyhead - Dublin)

3 ½ hour ferry (Fishguard - Rosslare) + 3 hours coach travel to Cork 

Useful Links

Travel Guide to Ireland

Ireland Tourism Website

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Currency

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Tour Destinations in Ireland

Cork is located in the South West of Ireland, and you will find plenty there to occupy your party during their stay, including the picturesque and lively Patrick Street. Cork also enjoys an abundance of nightlife with numerous bars, clubs and restaurants to keep the older members entertained while there is Ten Pin Bowling and a Laser Park nearby for the younger members.

Dublin is a city of many contrasts, a cosmopolitan European centre with impressive avenues and squares and a mixture of traditional pubs and modern nightlife. Combine this with its picturesque coastline, mountainous countryside and the warmth of the Dubliners and this should prove an enjoyable and memorable tour.

Galway in the West of Ireland, is situated on the river Corrib and boasts a wealth of sights including Medieval walls, Lynch’s Castle and the Spanish Arch.  All this combined with the vibrant nightlife and the local love of sport should make for a memorable tour. 

Destination Highlights

  1. A wide range of activities and trips
  2. Outstanding Nightlife
  3. Great Craic!
  4. Friendly welcome and great hospitality from fixture hosts
  5. Centrally located town / city accommodation
  6. Easily accessible from the UK
  7. Wide range of playing standards to ensure a good match for your fixtures

 

 

 

No. 1. Destination Highlight: The Aviva Stadium & A Proper Pint of Guinness!  

Visit the Aviva Stadium, the new home of Irish Rugby and Football. Built on the former site of Lansdowne Road the stadium hosted the 2011 Europa League Final.  Afterwards, sample a true pint of Guinness and what better way to enjoy it with a visit to the Guinness Factory. After a tour of the museum you will make your way to the Gravity Bar which offers 360 degree views over Dublin.

 

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