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Visit the Emerald Isle and experience the luck of the Irish for yourself with a jam-packed Ireland vacation package. Start your adventure in Dublin, where the Guinness flows freely, and the craic is at its finest. You could visit the Guinness Storehouse to learn how the good stuff is made, wander around the famous Trinity College, and even do a literary pub crawl in the footsteps of the legends inspired by the city. To dive deeper into Ireland, potter around the harbor town of Galway, kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle a few minutes from Cork, or drive the spectacular Ring of Kerry around the Iveragh Peninsula on your travel package to Ireland.
Reviewed on May 30, 2023
West of Great Britain, Ireland is known for its abundant rain, rolling hills and rugged, meandering coastline. It’s here you can experience enchanting culture and folklore, music and welcoming locals.
While you’ll find 6,203 hotels here starting as low as $156 a night, if you bundle your hotel and flight bookings through Expedia, you’ll score better prices. Create a personalized Ireland Vacation Package and add extras to suit your needs, like car rental or activities. For example, if staying in Dublin, consider a day tour to Blarney Castle you can book it when securing your hotel and flight package.
Day 1-2: Many people arrive via Dublin Airport. Once you’ve found your hotel and freshened up, make your way to some of Dublin’s most popular attractions, like Trinity College, St Patrick’s Cathedral and one of Ireland’s oldest pubs, the Brazen Head.
Day 3-6: Next, book a zippy rental car to explore Ireland’s rugged Atlantic coastline, which includes the famousCliffs of Moher.You can also get a ferry to the dramatic and desolate Aran Islands.
Day 7-8: Finish your road trip in Cork, Ireland's second-largest city. On your way here stop in vibrant towns such as Galway and Limerick and explore the fascinating Burren National Park and stunning Ring of Kerry.
Ireland’s National Day, better known as St Patrick’s Day, is celebrated March 17 each year. Numerous parades are held around the country, with the largest in Dublin.
If you’re basing yourself in Ireland’s national capital, save yourself some cash with one of our Dublin Vacation Packages.
The County Galway is a massive region in west Ireland where you'll find scenic countryside and stunning historical sites. Old castles are prominent throughout the area, with many dating back many centuries. Of course, the natural features here are dominated by vibrant green grasslands and bright blue lakes. Numerous monasteries are set up throughout the region, with impressive architectural stylings.
County Cork is an unforgettable region in southern Ireland where you'll find urban attractions and tranquil countryside. However, no matter which you visit, you won't have to go far to discover fascinating historic sites, from the massive Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral to quaint churches in modest parishes. Some of the ruins in this area date back to the 13th century and are still standing well enough.
Dublin is an iconic Irish city known primarily for its unique atmosphere and personality. Known as its craic, you'll find a satisfying combination of intelligent and sarcastic humor embodying the banter here. The phenomenon has influenced writers and artists throughout the ages, and you can even see how that affected the history of the town more directly in the local museums.
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|Cliffs of Moher, Powerscourt Waterfall, Keem Bay Beach, Barleycove Beach, Brandon Point|
Reviewed on May 28, 2023
Reviewed on May 29, 2023
Reviewed on May 28, 2023
Walk the cobbled lanes of Ireland’s oldest university, alma mater to literary greats and home of the precious Book of Kells.
Explore the waterfront in Dublin with a trip to Dublin Port. You can enjoy the bars while in the area.
A tour of this pint-shaped hall in a historic brewery provides an intoxicating journey through the making of Ireland’s signature drink.