It’s a new year with new beginnings! Time to look ahead and plan your holiday for 2010. If you’re thinking of heading to Ireland this year, then you have come to the right place. We at GoIreland.com are here to help you with your travel plans whether you’re after a weekend away, a city break, a family holiday, a hen/stag/group holiday or even a honeymoon in Ireland. Read on for more..
It seems that Ireland is going to be the place to visit in 2010, there’s even talks of the Pope and President Obama visiting the Emerald Isle! It’s also expected that there will be a rise of 3% in the number of tourists visiting Ireland (according to Tourism Ireland), so it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, Irish tourist destinations like Galway, Kilkenny, Dublin and Killarney are set to offer fantastic deals on accommodation and airlines like Continental, Delta and US Airways are expected to have some low cost flights to Ireland.
The Swansea-Cork Ferry will also make a welcome return on 1st March. It connects the UK 4 Motorway directly with Cork which is perfect for those who want to bring the car and do a self drive tour of southern Ireland.
Bus tours, attractions and eating out will also be a lot easier on the pocket, so if you’ve always dreamed of holidaying in Ireland, there’s never been a better time to spend those saved pennies!
Family Holiday in Ireland
A family holiday in Ireland is an unforgettable experience as there’s a wealth of family amenities and attractions to enjoy. Ireland is also a playground for outdoor activities like golfing, horse riding, cycling, swimming and water activities. Self catering accommodation is ideal for a family holiday. There’s a wide range of family friendly properties to choose from whether you’d like a cottage by the sea or an apartment in the city. We also know the best destinations to head for if you have the family in tow.
City Break in Ireland
The main city break destinations in the Republic of Ireland are; Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Kilkenny and Waterford. Each has its own unique appeal and atmosphere so do your research before you visit and find out which one is for you! We have lots of information about these cities on our city pages; Dublin city, Cork city, Galway city, Limerick city, Kilkenny city, Waterford city
Group Travel/Hens or Stags
If you’ve got a hen or stag to organise in Ireland in the coming year, why not get in touch with our Group Booking Specialists who will find properties to suit your group in any part of Ireland. All you have to do is visit our Group Bookings page, email us your group/hen or stag booking requirements and we will do the rest!
Honeymoon in Ireland
They say that honeymoons were actually invented in Ireland in ancient times – so where better to celebrate it! Ireland is perfect for your special romantic getaway. It’s one of the most beautiful countries in the world boasting spectacular scenery, hidden hideaways, romantic countryside, gourmet restaurants and lots more. Whether you want to stay in a majestic castle or a quaint cottage, there’s something for you.
So best of luck with your travel plans for 2010 and if Ireland is on the agenda, please get in touch and let us know where you intend to visit!
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