Dublin Northern Ireland East Coast North West South East South West West


Experience the beautiful ‘Emerald Isle’, rich in culture and full of craic, and we can take you there on one of our 4 routes from Britain.


Routes to Ireland:

Cairnryan - Belfast

Liverpool - Belfast

Holyhead - Dublin

Fishguard - Rosslare



This UNESCO City of Literature has poetry running through its veins. Pop in to the Writer’s Museum and experience a roll call of some of the world’s finest writers. The best place to take a breather is along the River Liffey. From here, the city’s water-edged catwalk of architecture unfolds. With a host of great restaurants, live music and a friendly atmosphere, Dublin is a capital city that won’t disappoint.

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Belfast Londonderry Northern Ireland


Modern, dynamic and packed with world-class attractions, Belfast sets the pace with cool hangouts and great sights. Immerse yourself in the story of Titanic at the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience, sample the local produce in St. George’s Market or head out of the city along the Causeway Coastal Route and stop by the stunning Giant’s Causeway and the Bushmills Distillery. Keep going and you will arrive in Derry/Londonderry, a city famed for its music and festivals.

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County Meath County Kildare County Wiklow County Laois


From world class heritage to horse racing on the beach, Meath will certainly not disappoint. Brú na Bóinne is where you’ll find the Neolithic passage tombs at Knowth, Dowth and Newgrange, famous for the spectacular shaft of light that spills through its roof-box every year at winter solstice. Take a stroll along the Wicklow Way, a haven for hikers, right at Dublin’s doorstep.

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County Donegal County Sligo County Leitrim County Cavan


Sitting on the Wild Atlantic Way, Donegal is making waves. Not least in National Geographic Magazine, which rated Bundoran amongst the world’s 20 best surf towns. Visit Glenveagh National Park, where the Derryveagh Mountains frame a valley that wouldn’t look out of place in JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. Sligo is also a must see, inspiring much of J.B. Yeats’s greatest work.

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County Tipperary County Waterford County Carlow County Kilkenny County Wexford


The Viking heritage runs deep in Ireland, as a visit to Waterford, Kilkenny or Wexford will testify. Wexford also has its Opera House hosting the annual Opera festival. Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city and home to the world famous Waterford Crystal. Experience Ireland’s Golden Vale, or County Tipperary, with its rich tapestry of lakes, mountains, valleys and ancient heritage sites.

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County Kerry Limerick City Cork City County Limerick County Cork


The South West is your gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. Stop by Cork City, Ireland’s culinary capital and sample local cuisine at the English market. Visit Limerick, Ireland’s City of Culture 2014 with great ongoing festivals and events. Or experience, a spectacular drive around the stunningly scenic Ring of Kerry.

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Galway City County Mayo County Clare County Galway


You’ll fall in love with the beauty of the West. Cruise along the Wild Atlantic Way or soak up the atmosphere in Galway City, with its bohemian spirit. Stop by Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare, one of Ireland’s most loved tourist attractions, or visit spectacular blue flag beaches in Achill Island, Co Mayo, also home to the bustling town of Westport.

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