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A swimsuit, a warm jacket and you'll definitely want your walking shoes... what you need to pack for your Ireland holiday, and why.
Coming to Ireland? There are different requirements for different nationalities so here’s the lowdown on essential documents.
Don't forget to visit one of the many tourist offices around Ireland – they're great sources of local information and travel advice.
Be prepared... that's our motto. So here are the main emergency numbers to use in Ireland - just in case things don't go to plan.
Healthcare and pharmacies in Ireland, vaccinations and the European Health Insurance Card. Here's the medical information you need.
Fancy bringing your pet on holiday? We've got the lowdown on how to get your pet to Ireland, and where to stay once you arrive.
We love our public holidays in Ireland, but will they affect YOUR holiday? Find out here (and see if there's a festival to match!)
When you get to the island of Ireland, there are some customs and borders procedures you need to know to ensure a smooth arrival!
Based on 2 sharing a car on a Return ferry crossing and 4 nights 3 star accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis.
From €1995 pps.
Rates from £104.00 per room based on 2 adults sharing.
From €868 pps for 14 nights including B&B.
£52.50 per person
From £35 per day
From €462 pps for 7 nights including B&Bs and personal touring guide.
Avail of a 50% discount off the second week on fornight bookings
Prices start at €99.00 per room, per night.
From €169 per person staying.
From £49.50 per person staying.
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Excited your interest? There are airports throughout the Island with international arrivals. Discover airlines flying to Ireland from your location.
Lose yourself in some of Ireland's most inspiring countryside and vibrant cities.
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Want to know more? Ask a question in our Community, they're the people who know Ireland best.
If you’re a visitor from the island of Ireland you may want to visit one of these sites… Otherwise proceed to Ireland.com