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Ireland: tour the land of mythological traditions and sweeping landscapes

Packages to Ireland will not be offered during the 2024 summer season.

Ireland’s stunningly varied landscape means that every vacation on the Emerald Isle is astonishingly diverse. No shortage of things to do here, whether it’s touring the plunging cliffs, primeval bogland and lily-covered lochs of the countryside, or taking in centuries of Celtic culture in the cities.

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  • Belfast Vacations with Family: An Irish Adventure

    By TRACEY TULLIS / 16 June 2016
    Belfast has undergone an incredible transformation over the past decade, making it a great city for a fun-filled family holiday. The Titanic Quarter is an extensive waterfront restoration including historic maritime landmarks, a thriving riverside entertainment district and the world’s most extensive Titanic-themed attraction. There is so much for families to do and see in this area!

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  • Dublin is Pub City! Here Are the Best Pubs in Dublin

    By CEDRIC LIZOTTE / 29 March 2016
    Because in Dublin, Ireland, drinking is a serious game, with serious drinks and serious rules, and because the pub culture in the Irish capital is second to none, a good tourist has to visit at least a few of the best pubs in Dublin. To some, it can become a mission: to find the elusive craic (good times)!

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  • The Best of Dublin: Shopping

    By BEATRICE BERNARD-POULIN / 20 January 2016
    Though Dublin is renowned for its Guinness and drink-fuelled evenings, it is such a joy to wander through the city’s streets during the day!  Visiting boutiques, exploring fantastic art and meeting locals all friendlier than the next are just a few of the pleasures visitors can enjoy.

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  • Explore the Cliffs of Moher and Other Stunning Landscapes of Ireland

    By HELEN SUK / 14 May 2015
    Rugged coastlines, remote beaches and majestic castles surrounded by lush gardens: the landscapes of Ireland really do seem to have it all. The Cliffs of Moher, the country’s top natural attraction made famous by The Princess Bride and Harry Potter, will leave you spellbound. They are a must-see when travelling to Ireland. Stretching across eight km on the western seaboard at a height of up to 214 metres above the pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean, this natural wonder will make you feel like you’re on the edge of the world.

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