Discover Ireland in luxury from $5,019 pp

Discover Ireland in luxury from $5,019 pp

Whether you have Irish roots or not, you will love this luxury Ireland vacation provided by Disney vacations. If you want the best of services and experience, book right now and travel between June and September on select dates. You will be able to visit the most famous and breathtaking sites in Ireland, from a Dublin tour to Dromoland Castle and the Blarney Stone, from Killarney National Park to the Cliffs of Moher and more. All your expectations will be met on this luxury getaway from $... [ read more ]

Visiting Ireland – day trip from Dublin to Cliffs of Moher

Visiting Ireland – day trip from Dublin to Cliffs of Moher

For those who wish to leave the air of the big city behind for a while we recommend this day trip to the Cliffs of Moher in Clare County. This touristic site is located on the western coast of Ireland and is about 214 meters high. From above you can enjoy an astonishing view over the west coast and the country side and the Atlantic Ocean. The trip includes several historical sites, pleasant walks and a visit to Burren National Park and of course the extraordinary Irish scenery. You will also... [ read more ]

The Seven Wonders of Ireland

The Seven Wonders of Ireland

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World were the typical tourist attractions of the past, whose cultural importance was immeasurable, and which are talked about even today, when only one of them remains. But many other seven wonders have been created and discovered since then, and of course that Ireland has a set of wonders of its own. A culture, history and landscape as interesting and as rich as Ireland's has well over seven wonders, and it isn't easy to choose only a few of them. However, ... [ read more ]

Things to see in County Clare

Things to see in County Clare

County Clare is probably the most touristy county in Ireland, and why shouldn't it be? Co Clare is blessed with some of the most stunning natural sights on the Emerald Isle, and it justly deserves all the attention it gets. Besides the countless attractions, a great thing about Co Clare is that the tourist infrastructure is one of the best in Ireland. Even the smallest village will have good transport connections, several accommodation options, and no shortage of pubs and restaurants where y... [ read more ]

Exploring the Burren

Exploring the Burren

Take a quick look at the Burren, and you'll see a limitless expanse off otherworldly scenery that might as well be a picture of some faraway planet. The Burren is not only one of the most unusual and magnetic places in Ireland, but also one of the most striking landscapes on the planet. This natural karst sheet is one of the largest of its kind in Europe - 250 square kilometers of uninterrupted rocky expanse that seems hostile to any form of life. The Burren is surprisingly rich in vegetatio... [ read more ]

The best budget attractions in Ireland

The best budget attractions in Ireland

For quite some time, Ireland has had a reputation for being quite expensive compared to other European countries, but nowadays it is becoming increasingly affordable when it comes to accommodation and transport, especially flights. But getting to Ireland and finding a cheap place to sleep would not normally guarantee that you can escape spending money, because many of the interesting attractions (museums and such) have an entry fee. However, there are tons of great sights in Ireland that are... [ read more ]

The most beautiful natural spots in Ireland

The most beautiful natural spots in Ireland

Since we've already extolled on the natural beauty of Northern Ireland, it's time to look what else lies in wait on the island of Eire. On both sides of the border, natural wonders abound, and it's easy to see why Ireland was thought to be the land of fairies in ancient times. The rolling green hills of the Irish countryside are dotted with so many amazing natural spots that it's hard to keep count. From proud, jagged cliffs to green expanses, there's more variety in Ireland than anywhere else o... [ read more ]