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Your Ireland vacation

Ireland is always in Season. There’s no time like the present to enjoy the best of Ireland for less than you imagined! Ireland features an array of fun festivals as well as heritage, including castles, traditional music, pubs and restaurants. Explore the literary traditions, stroll museums, or experience enriching theatre, art galleries and cookery schools. Enjoy day trips from the major cities to surrounding areas to take in heritage sites, scenery and more. Whether in a rural or urban setting, your enjoyment will be cemented with a warm Irish welcome from the locals.

Best time to take a vacation to Ireland

  • Some holidays that occur in Ireland include St. Patrick's Day on March 17 and May Day on May 1. If you want to avoid crowds, you'll want to visit in the spring and fall. Summer is often crowded with tourists, and the winter is rainy and windy, with many rural sites being closed. Ireland can be chilly any time of the year, so make sure you pack layers of clothing for your trip. Book online at, and save on your trip to Ireland, no matter when you visit.

Insider tips for Ireland travel

  • Follow the intrigue of Western Ireland as Richard Bangs explores the "Episodes of the Moment" in Connacht - once the edge of the known world, now an enticing glimpse of Celtic legend., From Guinness stout to the extinct brown bear, castles and pirate queens, the hoodwinked falconer to the hard-headed hag of Moher, this is Western Ireland.

    Over 10-days in Western Ireland join Richard as he shares the local talents and stories. Learn how to pour the perfect pint at the Quay's in Galway. Discover how Irish bogs are considered the rainforests of Europe. Meet Limerick, a peregrine falcon, who at 240 miles an hour, demonstrates why she's the fastest living thing in the world. Climb a mountain or two as you walk in St. Patrick's footsteps. Make the perfect Irish coffee at the place where it was invented. Is it possibly the best wedding gift ever; a castle on a lake? Discover the love story of Kylemore Abbey. Travel off the coast to the Aran Islands and attempt to unravel the yet unsolved mystery of Dun Aonghasa, an archaic, cliff bound, fortress overlooking the Atlantic. In Westport, step back in time with Ireland's Pirate Queen Grace O'Malley. Pothole your way through underground caverns and waterfalls in Aillwee cave. Off the Cliffs of Moher try and locate the sea hag resting on an cliff face 600 feet above the ocean. Meet Dan O'Hara's descendent as he shares a taste of Irish moonshine and tells Dan's everyman story; who in 1840 was forced to emigrate to the US after he was evicted from his home for having windows that were too big.

    It begins, as do all good Irish stories, in a pub. Sitting, Guinness in grip, with old friend Karen Coleman, a radio and television host in Dublin, she effluxes: "You've got to go to the west of Ireland. It's good craic." Read more Huffington Post Article

  • St. Stephen's Green, Dublin

    This beautiful, urban park is the park in "Ulysses," by James Joyce, and it is a lovely place to relax.

    The Merry Ploughboy Irish Music Pub, Dublin

    This pub is owned and managed by musicians, so you'll be able to hear traditional music from locals.

    The Irish Dance Party, Dublin

    This local 2-hour event teaches the crowd three dances, and before and between dances, the hosts perform for the guests.

    St. Michan's Church, Dublin

    This local point of interest is a religious site and architectural landmark.

    The Porterhouse Brewing Company, Dublin

    You can't miss out on this brewery when you're in Ireland; you'll have a taste of local brews and favorite drinks.

Ireland Vacation Packages

Hotel only $98

1 The River Lee Hotel

4 stars
4.5 / 5 21 reviews

Western Road Map

Save 15% on 3 Nights

Welcome to The River Lee Hotel (formerly Jurys Cork Hotel). One of the most luxurious Cork city hotels, The River Lee Hotel is the perfect vantage point from which to savour Cork city, and everything that Cork has to offer. Now completely refurbished and a delight to the... More

Hotel only $84

2 Limerick Strand Hotel

4 stars
4.1 / 5 34 reviews

Ennis Road Map

The Limerick Strand Hotel is Limericks newest 4* city centre riverside hotel and superbly located in the heart of Limerick City. This sophisticated and luxurious hotel is the ideal venue for shopping in the city, a night out on the town or simply to relax and avail of the... More

Hotel only $98

3 Royal Hotel Killarney

4 stars
4.8 / 5 4 reviews

College Street Killarney County Kerry Map

From the moment you arrive at the Killarney Royal Hotel we know you will appreciate being somewhere rather special. The Royal is proud of its reputation as one of the finest hotels in Killarney.Here at this luxurious Killarney hotel, the commitment of both management and... More

Hotel only $94

4 Park House Hotel

4 stars
4.2 / 5 61 reviews

Forster Street, Eyre Square Map

Park House Hotel is located right in the city centre of Galway. Established over 33 years the Park House Hotel is renowned for its excellent restaurant the "Park" and high standards of service. We are consistently voted Galways Number 1 hotel by past guests... More

Hotel only $49

5 Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport

3 stars
3.9 / 5 369 reviews

Baskin Lane Map

FREE WiFi Access

Cosy retreat with meeting venues close to Dublin Airport A comfortable retreat conveniently set close to the airport, Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport creates an ideal starting point for travellers in the heritage-rich Ireland capital. This cosy Dublin hotel offers Wi-Fi... More

Hotel only $93

6 Clarion Hotel Cork

4 stars
4.0 / 5 27 reviews

Lapps Quay Map

Stay 2 Nights & Save!

Modern, 4-Star city centre hotel overlooking the River Lee in the heart of Cork City Quarter, Cork's newest business redevelopment. Hotel is ideal for both business and leisure within reach of all Cork's attractions, shopping areas, and corporate offices. 3 restaurants, 2... More

Hotel only $65

7 George Boutique Hotel

4 stars
4.0 / 5 24 reviews

O'Connell Map

Late Check out until 2pm

The George Boutique hotel has something new for all discerning visitors to savour. With Limerick on the door step explore the variety of the historic treaty city, offering a cultural, dinning and shopping experience which is truly unique. Newly opened in November 2006... More

Hotel only $64

8 Scotts Hotel Killarney

4 stars
4.2 / 5 6 reviews

O'Donoghue Shop Street Map

Room Only Rates

Scotts Hotel Killarney combines luxury, contemporary, and service in the heart of Killarney. With 120 bedrooms, deluxe suites and plush apartments, guests are sure to indulge in cozy comfort during their stay in Scotts Hotel. Additional features includes: Three on site... More

Hotel only $62

9 Jurys Inn Galway

4 stars
3.5 / 5 32 reviews

Quay Street Map

Advance Purchase Rates

Comfortable accommodations overlooking Galway BayJurys Inn Galway welcomes corporate and leisure travelers to simply furnished spaces set in the heart of the lively Galway City. This cozy hotel places tourists a short walk from historic sites such as Medieval City Wall... More

Hotel only $69

10 Grand Canal Hotel

3 stars
4.1 / 5 44 reviews

Grand Canal Street Map

FREE WiFi Access

A hotel that stands out in the crowd near Dublin’s newest stadiumFrom the Grand Canal Hotel, Aviva Stadium--the new national showplace of rugby and soccer--looms overhead and the National Convention Centre is a quick stroll over the River Liffey. The Grand Canal's rooms... More

Ireland highlights

  • Dublin, Ireland


    Dating back from Viking times, Dublin has inspired artists, writers, poets, actors, musicians and great talkers through centuries. Currently a literary hotspot, it has been named a UNESCO City of Literature and the theater and performing arts scene is electric. Don’t miss out on Trinity College and beautifully illustrated Book of Kells, the Guinness Storehouse to learn how to pour the perfect pint or a whiskey tasting at the Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery.

    Top Highlights

    Take a step back in time at Newgrange, a prehistoric tomb and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
    Take a Stroll in Wicklow, known as the garden of Ireland.
    Visit the medieval city of Kilkenny and visit the impressive Castle and follow a craft trail or two.

  • Belfast, Ireland


    Steeped in history with beautiful Victorian and Edwardian architecture, Belfast is a buzzing right now. Uncover the culinary explosion and tune into the happening music scene. Don’t miss Belfast City Hall, which sits majestically at the heart of the city, the Grand Opera House, the Titanic Quarter, the Crown Bar which dates from 1885 and a black taxi tour which brings you to points of interest throughout the city.

    Top Highlights

    Walk the walled city of Derry, the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland and one of the finest examples of Walled Cities in Europe.
    Walk in the footsteps of Giants at the Giant’s Causeway, a World UNESCO Heritage Site and drive the Causeway Coastal route, declared by Lonely Planet one of the top 10 driving routes in the world!

  • Shannon, Ireland


    With breathtaking landscapes, a truly authentic cultural heritage and local people you'll adore, Ireland's West Coast is yours to discover. Travel to remote islands, discover ancient castles & heritage sites, get involved in some traditional Irish music sessions or savor the rich tapestry of food and drink. You’ll experience authentically Irish culture and traditions, from the vibrant Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) region and its lively céilis (Irish dancing) to the multitude of festivals that celebrate the history and heritage of this region.

    Top Highlights

    Feast your eyes on the landscapes of the West - Fly into Shannon, rent a car and don’t forget your camera
    Visit the medieval city of Galway
    Leave your heart in the Burren
    See you soon at the Ring of Kerry

  • Dublin Zoo

    This is one of the oldest zoos in the world, and it is the ideal place to visit for families with children.

    Marsh's Library

    A beautiful tourist attraction, this historical library has beautiful, unspoiled architecture.

    The Irish House Party, Dublin

    Combine singing, dancing, and dining with this group. You can learn about Irish culture, food, and more at this venue.

    Guinness Storehouse

    This is the number one attraction in Dublin, and it is located in the heart of James's Gate Brewery.

    The Sporting Emporium Casino, Dublin

    Gamble your way to an exciting night at this casino.

    Mizen Vision

    This location is the southernmost point of Ireland, located in Cork. The peak is 700 feet above the ocean, making for a beautiful view.

    Fota Wildlife Park, Cork

    See animals of all shapes and sizes at this wildlife park in Cork. It is a fun stop for families and those who love animals.

    Opera House at Emmet Place, Cork

    This opera house offers world-class performances and concerts by performers from around the world.

    Blarney Castle & Gardens, Cork

    This historic site has a beautiful castle and extensive gardens. It is perfect for a day trip.

    St. Fin Barre's Cathedral

    This 19th-century cathedral is ideal for those interested in architecture, history, or religion.

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