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Ireland

Like an island right in the middle of a foggy lake, Ireland is a mystery you are seeking to solve; one moment it is something to explore then dazzles you the next. The locals welcome you with a pint of ale, or a swig of beer, one sip will take you from there to a world of story and curiousities. Irish culture is an intoxicating potion to sip or slurp, just like their drinks, can leave you satisfied, or wanting more.

Must Do Adventure

  • The spectacular rocky sea Cliffs of Moher at County Clare make for one of the most magnificent views of the Ireland Tour. Stroll to the Hag’s Head, and climb the cliffs to check out O’Brien’s Tower. Catch a glimpse of the breathtaking sunset at Cliffs Of Moher too.

    Admire the impressive beauty of the Cliffs of Moher
  • Go on adventurous hikes or long walks along the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way on the Ireland Tour. The trails like Northern Headlands Looped Walks and Bay Coast Looped Walks are easy to navigate, and every loop and bend will greet you with idyllic landscapes. You can take part in coastal walks and gentle walks too.

    Take a long walk along the fabulous Wild Atlantic Way
  • Explore the striking beauty of lush green coastal scenery and seaside villages during the Ring Of Kerry Excursion on the Ireland Tour. Check out the magnificent view at Killarney National Park and stop to admire the Torc Waterfall. Chill out at the quaint town, Kenmare, and don’t miss out on Skellig Islands.

    Go on an adventurous Ring Of Kerry Excursion

Bucket List Experience

Dublin

Enjoy the Ireland Tour at Dublin, the capital of Ireland, known for its magnificent tapestry of history and cultural heritage. Dive deep into the fascinating Irish culture at Temple Bar and then proceed to visit the Guinness Storehouse for a pint of the finest brew. Browse through the unique artifacts at Little Museum of Dublin, and explore the rich Irish history at Malahide Castle. Take a stroll in the picturesque courtyards of Trinity College and explore the different chambers of Dublin Castle.

Belfast

Have fun at the Ireland Tour with a trip to the Ulster Museum in Belfast that boasts four floors of local history and natural science collections. Stained amazed at the fascinating work of stained glass windows at St. Anne’s Cathedral and explore the beautiful campus of Queen’s University at Belfast. Take an adventurous hike along the trails of Cave Hill and admire the scenic beauty of Botanic Gardens. Visit the fabulous Titanic Museum and chill out with Irish pint at Duke Of York.

Doolin

The charming town, Doolin at Clare County, has loads to offer to make your Ireland Tour more memorable. Marvel at the spectacular vistas of seaside cliffs at the Doolin Cliff Walk to the Cliffs of Moher. Proceed to enjoy authentic music of Ireland at the Doolin Music House and explore the stalagmites and stalactites at the mysterious Doolin Cave. Hit the famous Gus O’Connor’s Pub to mingle with locals over Irish beer and then sample a variety of Irish chocolates at Doolin Chocolate Shop.

Tullamore

Relish the charming appeal of Tullamore at the Ireland Tour. Begin the day with a trip to Tullamore D.E.W Visitor Center to sample the rarest and finest whiskeys, but don’t get too drunk because an enchanting experience awaits you at the Gothic Charleville Castle. Have fun along the cycling, fairy, and walking trails and sculpture park at Lough Boora Discovery Park and take a stroll in the vast grounds of Birr Castle. Enjoy a fun picnic at Tullamore Town Park before heading back home.

Moher

Begin the day with a grand cruise of the Cliffs of Moher on the Ireland Tour. Take a long walk on the cliff tops to listen to hear the bells ringing from the lost city of Atlantis, and pay homage at the sacred St Brigid’s Well. Have a light lunch at Vaughan’s Restaurant in Liscannor Village and then relish the excitement of surfing at Fanore Beach. Cherish the traditional Irish hospitality at Ballinackin Castle Hotel and sample a dish of classic oak-smoked salmon at Burren Smokehouse.

Limerick

Make the most of the Ireland Tour will be an overwhelming experience of rich history, adventure, and Irish culture at Limerick. Enjoy the interactive and interesting displays at King John’s Castle and take a colorful tour at Thomond Park, the stadium for Irish Rugby. Touch the point of sword sharpening on the walls of St. Mary’s Cathedral and lunch on fresh food at the iconic Milk Market. Go on an idyllic stroll by the lakeside at Lough Gur Visitor Center and embrace magic and myth at Terra Nova Fairy Garden.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Ireland Tour between September and November, and March and May when the weather is agreeable for venturing out on walking tours and hikes.

Travel Guide

Location

Ireland is in along the north-western coast of Europe, to the west of the UK, and bordering Irish Sea, Atlantic Ocean, and St. George’s Channel.

Capital City

The capital of Ireland is Dublin.

Main Airport

Dublin Airport in Dublin is the most important airport in Ireland.

Language Spoken

Irish and English are the most popular languages in Ireland.

Currency

The currency of Ireland is Euro.

Visas

The citizens of the US do not require a visa to enter Ireland and stay up to 90 days. Citizens of other countries require tourist or business visa for the Ireland Tour.

Electricity

The standard values vary between 230 volts and 60 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for types G plugs.

Vaccinations

The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Ireland tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 999 and 112 for any emergency that you face during the Ireland Tour.

FAQs about Ireland

What is internet access like in Ireland?

Public wi-fi service is available at a reasonable speed in bars, cafes, hotels, and restaurants. The Internet is also available on trains and buses.

Can I use my mobile phone in Ireland?

Buy a prepaid sim card if you are not from Europe or Australia on the Ireland Tour to make phone calls in Ireland.

How are the toilets like in Ireland?

There are western-style flush toilets and urinals (MNA for women and FIR for men) all over Ireland. Carry toilet paper and soap for use on the trips. Dump the toilet paper in the waste bin instead of flushing it.

Can I drink tap water in Ireland?

Do not drink tap water directly in the rural areas of Ireland. The tap water of big cities like Dublin is safe for consumption.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Ireland?

Ireland widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa and MasterCard. Notable hotels accept cards of Diner Clubs and American Express.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Ireland?

There is a massive network of ATM centers all over Ireland. The machines run on Plus and Cirrus mechanism

What to wear in Ireland?

Pack in your tops, jackets, raincoats, walking boots, dresses, and a formal suit for the Ireland Tour.

Is Ireland safe for women to travel solo?

Ireland is a perfectly safe destination for women to travel solo.

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