We'll be in Ireland in November. Our next to the last night will be at the Cliff House Hotel near Waterford. We have a 10:00 am flight out of Dublin. I'm hoping to get a few recommendations:
What should we plan to see on that last day as we drive between Waterford and Dublin? Waterford? Kilkenny? Something Wicklow Mountains National Park?
Where should we stay for our last night? We plan to drop off the car at the airport that evening. Should we head back to Dublin for one night? We will…
My wife and our 2y/o will be going to Ireland this coming October and need some help determining the specific towns we should stay in.
So far we fly in and out of Dublin and we make plans to stay in a castle at Wexford for the last 3 nights of our trip. Working counterclockwise I was hoping to be in a position to stay at 2 or 3 more places max.
I'm still on the fence if Dublin is worth a night or if we should just drive straight west towards Galway region.
We'd love to be in driving…
Hello all. arriving into Galway by bus from Dublin on the aft. of Sept. 15. Will spent the 16th in Galway and area. Picking up a car early morning on the 17th. and have 1 night booked @ the Strand in Kilkee for that night.(looks about 150 km coastal driving)(Cliffs of Moher stop on way) Plan to head to Loophead on Sunday ( maybe stay in Kilkee area again as there appears to be horse racing on the beach, weather permitting in the afternoon Sunday) and have to be @ the Cork airport @ 9 am…
Hello! I have one night left to book on my 9 days in Ireland and I'm struggling a bit. We will be relying on public transportation, spending two nights in Dublin, then two nights in Galway with a night to spend along route and then two nights in Dingle then back to Dublin. Going straight from Galway to Dingle seems a bit much, so we would like to spend one night South of Galway a bit to give us a "head start" on the travel and stopover in one more city. Any suggestions of where to stopover for a…
I'm curious to know about Dublin on St. Patrick's Day. I had heard a while ago that it's absolutely not a big deal thing to those living in Dublin. I'm assuming though it might be a big deal thing for American tourists.
I'm not interested in flying across the USA and the Atlantic to get sloshed in Dublin on St. Patrick's Day, but thought it'd be interesting to go there especially if nothing special happens.
So im starting to plan my visit to ireland on march 2017.. not sure yet if solo trip or with a friend of mine. Oh and its going to be probably seven days, but its pretty open for discussion right now.
Anyway im starting to think about how i want this trip to be so a few questions.
First of all- how's the weather in march in general? Is it rainy? Snow? Cold as hell? In israel we dont really have a winter so please be specific haha :)
Im thinking about renting a car.. are the roads in…
Three of us will be making our way from Westport to Dublin via Clare and Kerry, and we'd like to stay two nights somewhere after Dingle. We were thinking Kinsale in Cork, but some of what I read makes it sound a bit more upscale than we'd like. Or, is there an area near Kinsale that isn't all about the restaurants and wine? We like good food and drink, but we prefer a more casual, foot-tapping ambiance. We'd be glad to hear ideas and opinions. It doesn't have to be in Cork. Lodging ideas will be…
Go on, have a good laugh. As a Southern Californian I feel most comfortable in shorts and t-shirts. I will be in Ireland 5-19 Sep with a rental car. I hear September is a very wet month. I'm told I should concentrate on the West Coast but could end up elsewhere. I'll have rain gear, an umbrella, a couple of sweaters and a light down jacket. OK I know there aren't any palm trees in Ireland. But could at any time I regret not having brought a pair of shorts? For hiking, an unexpected…
I am visiting Ireland for the first time in a month. Spending the first two nights and last night in Dublin (flying in & out here), the second two nights (Monday through Wednesday) in Galway, but can't decide where to go for the remaining 3 nights/4 days. Some have advised to continue South and stop along some towns to Killarney, others have mentioned to go back Northeast towards Belfast and the Antrim Coast. Really open for anything as long as a mix of trains and buses can get us there. Any…
We are planning to visit Kerry County in late September/Early October. One of the ideas was to cycle Ring of Kerry. However we are not experienced cyclers (and frankly one of us is begginer). Do you think is worth a try? Or is better to rent a car a do small bike excrusions locally? The weather still should be ok?
Every advice will be very appreciated.