Ireland has long been regarded as a beautiful and majestic country to visit, with an amazing amount of delightful destinations available for holiday-goers to visit.
There is a wide variety of superb sights to see and a host of perfect places to stay at while on the Emerald Isle.
The wonderful county Waterford has quickly become a lovely spot for people to get away and witness some life-changing entertainment and amazing accommodation. Now that Waterford’s city and council have amalgamated, they’ll be rebooting the Waterford brand with a sensational splash this March. This follows the county’s brilliant 1,100th birthday! Top hotels include the Tower hotel which offers three nights’ dinner and Bed and Breakfast from excellent and affordable prices.
Did you know Donegal has the most sea stacks in Ireland? Aer Lingus Regional will be taking over Flybe’s direct flights from Donegal to Glasgow and Dublin as of February 1st. The flights are available from €34.99 each way. The airport also offers ‘Fly Breaks’ on its website (donegalairport.ie), meaning plenty of opportunities are on hand for people to make a terrific trip down South.
No trip to Ireland is complete without a visit to Dublin, the country’s capital and largest city. The friendly pubs, countless live music venues and welcoming people in Dublin make it a perfect spot for a few days or a few weeks of holiday. With many cheap flights available, you can book flights, hotels and tours to destinations around the city.
Dublin offers a variety of attractions for travellers, from the sprawling campus of Trinity College to the world-famous Guinness Storehouse tour. The city is small and easy to walk around, so you can spend days exploring ancient churches and popping into local restaurants. In the evenings, enjoy the company of locals at Dublin’s many pubs.
Also, Ireland is famous for producing world class horses and jockeys which take part in the globe’s biggest racing events. This includes Cheltenham, which is only a matter of weeks away. If you are a racing fanatic, or maybe you just love the horses, you can find everything you need and want in Ireland, the home of top-class racing. For those worried about maybe missing any of the action from Cheltenham this year, then don’t fear, as Coral are on hand to make sure you don’t miss a second of 2015’s extravagant event. Follow all of the news, tips and updates from your trip in Ireland as you indulge in a pint of Dublin’s finest Guinness.
With hundreds of different types of entertainment available for holiday-goers, travellers to the beautiful country of Ireland will undoubtedly witness a life-changing experience.