I'll be visiting Dublin in June. Can someone recommend a good place serving vegetarian (not necessarily vegan) stuff? The cuisine doesn't matter, actually. Of course it would be nice to eat something resembling national cuisine. Places serving both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food are also good to me. The place, where I'll be staying is located between the Trinity College and Liffey.
Thank you :)
My boyfriend and I are traveling to Ireland this August for 8 days. We'd like to see as much of the country as possible! I've been to Ireland for a weekend and saw Dublin and Kilkenny. We are outdoorsy people really just looking to see some unique sites and experience Irish culture.
I can't decide whether to go to the North or the South, so I've tried to come up with an itinerary that incorporates both. Is this too ambitious? We don't mind driving and plan to make spontaneous stops along the…
Hey lovelies! First time in Ireland, we are a couple renting a car,and flying in and out of Dublin. Here is my plan so far,let me know what you all more experienced people think,i will try to be clear,but brief (bear in mind, we will only have small luggage cases and dont intend to unpack when we dont have to):
Sept 24th, Sunday, Dublin at 6:45 AM. Explore city,see Book of Kells, possibly Maldahide Castle, Bars at night.
Sept 25th Monday, Visit Wicklow Area and Glendalough Settlement Get to…
Starting research for my first trip to Ireland. Wanting to take my daughter for graduation. May 2018. She wants to go to Cork, Dublin and Mullingar. Can anyone give me some advice?
As in, travel to and from these towns, best sites, places to stay, etc. I need all the help I can get.
We have 9 days and someone has planned a trip for us, Dublin 2 nights, Belfast 1 night, Portrushn1 night,
Donegal two nights, Westport one night, Galway one night, and back to Dublin. I feel like we would be getting alot of scenery but not much in the way of interesting towns. After the plan and doing some reading I was thinking we were missing Kilkenny and did not have enough time in Dublin. Help!
We (I and my wife) are thinking of spending a few days (May17/18 to May 21) in the Sligo area between our time in Drogheda (dolmens) and Ennis. We think that the Sligo area might be interesting while not being too touristy (like Galway). Our interests are local flair, some history, some music/art, prehistoric sites (a lot). I think we will not have to go looking for natural beauty in that part of Ireland, it will be all around.
So what are the pros and cons of staying in Sligo vs Boyle (or some…
I was going to Scotland but with all the information about midges I am thinking of changing it and going to Ireland :( Sad...
So big question - are there midges in Ireland?
I've booked a two-berth outside cabin on an overnight sailing between Holyhead and Dublin on the Stena Adventurer ferry. Does anyone know, please, if there's a kettle or tea/coffee-making facilities in the cabin? The Stena website says there are things like shower gel and towels in the ensuite bathroom but nothing about a kettle. However, I've found references on some websites to a kettle in the cabin, and even pictures, but maybe these people have taken their own kettle?
Thanks for any…
I want to exchange NZ$ for Euros. Is it best to do this at the airport or in the city?
Research on the internet leads me to think the two best options for me are ICE or Bank of Ireland. I can't find out what their commissions are and whether you get a better rate at the airport or in Dublin city.
Is anyone able to help me.
Planning a trip to Ireland late June to celebrate my Mom's 80th bday - with 7 year old twins and a tween in tow.
Dublin x 2 nights
Then to Cork for a night? - Site of my Mom's heritage - vs straight to Killarney for 3-4 nights as base of day trips
Last night hoping to stay at Bunratty Castle Hotel to be near fun stuff for all ages and Shannon airport to fly home.
Is Killarney a good site to use as a base for day trips to Cork, Dingle, maybe even Cliffs? We will have a car from leaving Dublin…