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Head to the Emerald Isle for a pint of the black stuff on a cheap package holiday to Ireland. Whatever your budget, though, the rolling green hills of Killarney and tranquil shores of Waterford are stunning places to explore. Perhaps you’d prefer to cosy up with the culture on a package holiday to Galway. And let’s not forget Dublin, home to amazing street art, literary heritage, impressive architecture and constant craic. Bundle your flights, accommodation and car hire into an Expedia Ireland travel package and you can make your way around ancient Éire at your own pace.
Experience Dublin's legendary craic for yourself. This unique culture is defined by humour, intelligence, insight and repartee so renowned that it's gone to influence some of the best writers in history. Of course, you'll also find a warm and welcoming atmosphere with plenty of historical sites, museums, pubs and more with something to do at all times of the day.
At the iconic Ring of Kerry, you can embark on an unforgettable outdoor adventure with seemingly endless things to do. You can walk around scenic trails or climb challenging cliffs. You can fish in the water or enjoy a bit of surfing along the coast. The first national park of Ireland offers rare wildlife as well, and it's all well-preserved.
Knock is a popular pilgrimage site for Catholics looking to explore the spot of an apparent miracle that occurred in the 19th century. You can see it for yourself at the Knock Shrine in which sculptures inside are arranged in accordance with the accounts of the apparition. Catholic travellers can enjoy a spiritual experience, but the serene atmosphere and impressive stonework is enough to impress anyone.
In Killarney, you can relax in a quaint town that's best known for its array of 19th-century buildings and vibrant colours. When you visit, you'll often feel as if you've stepped into the past, but the shopping opportunities are very modern if that's what you're more interested in. There's also a national park located around town with breathtaking scenery to explore.
When you visit Limerick, you can explore a rich and fascinating history in one of the oldest cities in the country. Its original incorporation charter is older than London's, and you'll be able to see a lot of that history among the local landmarks. One of the longest footbridges in the country can be found here stretching an impressive 1148 feet.
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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 6229 hotels here starting as low as £135 a night, if you bundle your hotel and flight bookings through Expedia, you’ll score better prices. Create a personalised Ireland Holiday 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 famous Cliffs 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 Holiday Packages.