Your Questions About Best Ireland Tours

Ken asks…

Who offers the best tours to Ireland that I could join while in England?

I will be visiting friends in England and after leaving them, would like to join a tour to Ireland, and then home to the USA. Should I have my English friends help me with this, or go to a travel agt. here at home?

Yaz answers:

Trafalgar Tours
Globus Gateway

Linda asks…

Best company for tours in Ireland?

What is the best company for a guided tour of Ireland? I’m looking for between one and three days. I’m thinking about Shamrockers. Anyone have any feedback on them?

Yaz answers:

I don’t know of any companies, Sorry but I will give you my advice.

Accommodation in Ireland:
http://www.irelandyes.com/lodgings.html This website is the best in my opinion, It gives you recommendations and reviews too.
Http://www.ireland-guide.com/
http://www.galway1.ie/directory/dstay.htm Places to stay in Galway, Ireland.
Http://www.discoverireland.com/gb/

B&Bs:
http://www.ireland-bnb.com/
http://www.ireland-bnb.net/
http://www.townandcountry.ie/

Hotels:
http://www.booking.com/index.html?aid=309654;label=Hotel-e-xiPo3ty6q0_qlQBdGlZ7GAS898272652;ws=&gclid=CInS7uvQn5ICFRmTMAodyw0wNQ
http://www.hotelsireland.com/
http://www.hotelsinone.ie/?gclid=CPvosfvQn5ICFRvs1AodaS7vQg
http://ireland.hotels.com/searchHome.do?showhp=true&destinationId=48C998E1-F678-4DB4-A505-33592852DEFE&arrivalDate=04/04/2008&departureDate=06/04/2008&numberOfRooms=1&adultsPerRoom=2&childrenPerRoom=0 (Hotels in Dublin)

http://www.viator.com/tours/Ireland/The-Dublin-Pass/d56-2032DUB_PASS < -- This gives you a basic rundown of things to do in Ireland. The Guinness house, Dublin Zoo, Croke Park, Wicklow Jail , Kilmanen Jail and the GPO which is a post office with a great historical significance to it are great things to see. You could go down to Cork and See the Blarney Stone. The myth is I you kiss it you’ll never shut up! For the scenery I like the Wicklow mountains.--- > http://www.gsi.ie/NR/rdonlyres/6CC9C746-1FC5-44E3-891E-A71EEDFDE99B/0/sugarloaf.jpg
Also in Wicklow, are the Sugarloaf mountains. They’re very beautiful too.– > http://www.lookaroundireland.com/counties/wicklow/sugarloaf.htm

In Dublin, The best night life is definitely in Temple Bar. It’s big, It’s modern and It’s expensive while it has loads of history and culture to it too.
If you want a relaxing, quiet holiday in the country or enjoy the scenery, then any parts of the country will do it for you really like Donegal, Galway, Clare, Mayo etc.
If you want a shopping, busy, touristy holiday then anywhere (or most places) in Dublin will do it for you.
A town in Kerry (the South of Ireland, It’s beside Cork too) called Tralee is very touristy. It is the largest town in Ireland.
It has many attractions and loads of shops and a great night life.
It’s great for young people and people with small families. It suits everyone.
It has an aqua dome swimming pool which is always packed and outside the pool, You can play crazy Golf.
Here is a site on Tralee: http://www.tralee-insight.com/

Killarney is another county which caters a lot for tourists. It has good Castles if you’re into that and it has a lovely countryside and the sea is nice there too. Here is a website on Tourism in Killarney— > http://killarney-ireland.info/

The People in Ireland, in my opinion are an extremely welcoming race. I think this because I have went to other countries from a young age on exchanges, holidays with college etc. And I thought no one was as hospitable as the Irish.

Here are some sights on Tourism in Ireland:

http://www.tourismireland.com/
http://www.shamrock.org/
http://www.discoverireland.com/ire/
http://www.visitdublin.com/ (Dublin Tourism)

Good Luck. = )

Paul asks…

Best tour company for escorted tours to Ireland or Italy?

We are contemplating an escorted tour to either Ireland or Italy this summer and would like to know what travel company people would recommend.

Yaz answers:

Robbie and Roxanne O’Connell run a guided tour from the USA to Ireland – it’s bound to be great craic since they are both musicians.

Charles asks…

Parents 25 year anniversary gift: to travel to Ireland! So what is the best tour for them?

My parent’s dream of Ireland, and I am willing to handle the finances, but they want to go on a tour. What are some great tours they can go on with a good price?

Yaz answers:

Check out this offer http://omotolathomas.worldventuresdreamtrips.com/dt_info.html?dreamtrip_id=90319

check out my website http://omotolathomas.worldventures.com/. For more information email me at tthomas2884@yahoo.com.

Betty asks…

Best Cycling Tours in Ireland?

Looking for reccomendations for 1-2 week cycling tours of the Irish countryside staying in guest houses, B&B’s, really getting to sample the local flavor and culture.

Yaz answers:

Iron donkey

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Your Questions About Best Ireland Tour Companies

Betty asks…

Ireland tour bus …..?

I’m a 24year old girl and I’m thinking of going to Ireland for 2 weeks , but since I’m going on my own I want to go on a tour . What is the best company to go with and is September a good time to go?

Yaz answers:

I agree with Orla – Paddywagon Tours. I’d say they’re a right laugh:)

Thomas asks…

Questions about taking a holiday in Ireland.?

I’m American and have a great interest in taking a 2 week holiday in Ireland.

1) Would you recommend a tour company for a week to see out of the way sights and spend another week checking out Dublin? Or renting a car and trying to figure the roads out?

2) When’s the best time of the year to visit? Avoiding huge crowds along with nice weather sounds nice.

3) Any activities/sights that are recommended?

4) Tipping is big in America… what is customary in Ireland?

Thanks for all who help me out. :)

Yaz answers:

1 – To be honest, yes I would. The roads over here are not as good as you would we used to at home and if you end up taking a wrong turn you could end up having to drive a long way before you find your way again. With a tour you can go with the flow and take everything in on the way, but I would recommend hiring a car for at least one of the days so you can do your own thing.
As a side note, although Dublin is the capital, you definitely do not need a week to check it out. I would allow two, or at an absolute maximum, three days to see the sights in Dublin, because in my mind it is very commercialised and not what the real Ireland is all about.

2 – The lovely thing about Ireland is that you will never be totally overwhelmed with crowds, so it’s all about the weather. As you probably know, we can never guarantee good weather, but your best bet for decent weather is June-August. After the last couple of summers we have had, I definitely think we are due a good one this year!

3 – After you spend your couple of days in Dublin, would actually recommend going up to Northern Ireland and spending a couple of days there, if this is something that would interest you, and to visit the other capital, Belfast. After this, you can never go wrong with counties Clare, Kerry, Cork, and Galway. Must see sights are the Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle, Blarney Castle, The Barrens and the Ring of Kerry, to name a few. (Links to all below)

4 – Here in Ireland, waiting staff are paid a minimum wage – I believe this is not the case in America. We generally only tip waiting staff and even then, only if we are happy with the service (The level of customer service is not as good here as it is in America in most instances) and when we do tip, it is usually only €1-2, or maximum 10% of the bill and no more. We do not tip shop cashiers or bar staff, unless the drinks are brought to our table. Even then tipping is optional.

Hope this is enough info and that you have a great trip!

Sandra asks…

Is there any other travel agency for college students like EF College Break or Contiki? Which one is best?

I am looking for a tour to Europe that gives you some free time as well as some guided tours. I am 22 and am looking for a trip with alot of people around my own age. I want to visit Ireland, England, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. If anyone could suggest a specific trip or company, it would be awesome. Any tips would also be welcome.

Yaz answers:

>>>EF CM Code – “Sever4377″<<<
I recently got back from a EF College Break Trip and I will tell you the sole reason I chose them over Contiki is because EF includes airfare. It is nice to have that included especially with the high oil prices now shooting airfare through the roof. Since EF is the biggest student travel company in the states they get great deals with airlines. The EFCB trips include airfare, hotels, breakfast each morning, tour guide throughout the trip, admission to museums/attractions, and transportation between destinations. If you have any specific questions about the company and/or trips we offer feel free to contact me at TravelEFCB@gmail.com. 22 was the average age on the EF tour of Greece/Italy and after talking to others it is the average among all the tours. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and even came out on the town with us at night to show us a great time. Their was not one complaint from anyone on my tour as we all had a blast and experienced so much.

How long of a tour were you looking to take? Here our a few options for you:
1. Http://www.efcollegebreak.com/browsetrips/Touroverview.aspx?touryear=2009&tourcode=ITSB
2. Http://www.efcollegebreak.com/browsetrips/Touroverview.aspx?touryear=2009&tourcode=GTDB

We have other trips as well that you should check out and here is the link:
http://www.efcollegebreak.com/browsetrips/tripsearchresults.aspx?touryear=2009&tours=all

I hope all this info helps you and like i said don't be afraid to contact me and ask me questions. I have posted my CM code (Sever4377) at the top of this post. You will get a $50 discount off your trip which is great to have for some nightlife drinks abroad! Contiki and EF are going to be the best two options for you but like I said even before I worked with EF I choose them because they include everything…after that you just need spending money. By all means though look around and find a trip and company you are comfortable with.

Dustin

Susan asks…

What should I write??????? Help please?

Okay I have to pretend Im a tour company and I proovide tours in The South East region of Ireland. What do I say? All I have come up with is:

Here at Sunny South East Tours we aim to provide visitors with an enjoyable experience of the South East of Ireland. We can provide a tour for all budgets types and we have attractions to suit everyone.

Any suggestions welcome and best answer will be chosen as soon as possible! Thanks

Yaz answers:

Experience a wonderful holiday you’ll never forget with the sunniest climate in Ireland, with its unique heritage and a scenic landscape that is a natural playground for an activity based holiday.Our budget tours aim to provide a great family holiday experience, consisting of Ireland’s South East which offers the finest cities and beaches, countryside and culture.whether your planning a trip to Waterford and Wexford’s coast resorts or exploring the attractions and sights of Tipperary, Sunny south east tours ensure your visit will be a perfect and enjoyable and tailored to your individual needs.

Sunny south east tours offers an unforgettable expedition such as the tour to Wexford, a heritage town which prides itself on its award winning quay front. The quay is also centre stage for all of the towns festive activities, including the opening ceremonies of the Opera and the famous annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

There’s so much to do in our exciting region! Such as Festivals, Activities, Attractions and other Events. Why not discover some of the most attractive coastal, countryside and urban areas of the South East. For instances our most popular choice of Carlow, where the pace of life is unhurried in its countryside towns and villages, or the vibrant city of Kilkenny where visitors can enjoy contemporary art in its many galleries, sample good food and experience irish music in its traditional pubs.

What ever your requirement, relaxation or adventure Sunny South East tours prides itself in ensuring everyone has that unforgettable experience.

Carol asks…

HELP!!! Has anyone taking trips with EF College Breaks or Contiki Tours?

I’m about 20 years-old looking to go on a trip to Ireland with a friends around spring time and we were doing some research on these two companies, and were wondering which would be a better choice. We want the best experience for our money. We would love any input into either and your experiences with either. Thanks!!! :)

Yaz answers:

I havent used either tour company yet (although I am BOOKED on a 3 week contiki tour for december 2011). At first I was EXTREMELY hesitant on doing an escorted tour. When I travel I generally like to go at my own pace and not have to worry about what other people want to do. I had a couple friends who did a 23 day tour in august and they LOVED it. Even now my friends stll go on and on about what an amazing experience it was. When they came back they both complained of having Contiki withdrawl cuz they had gotten so used to being around 30 other people for just over 3 weeks..it was like having a new family. One of them is actually in Australia right now staying with some people they met on their tour. I think either way you cant go wrong but I would go with Contiki

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Your Questions About Average Trip To Ireland Cost

Steven asks…

Summer 2013 trip to Spain, Italy, France, and Ireland for 2 weeks total. Average cost for this trip?

I would walk and use local travel mainly. Also not looking for a fancy vacation. The more low key the better. May do some backpacking but not the whole trip.

Yaz answers:

Four countries in 2 weeks? Why?

Come on. This is crazy. 2 countries will be much nicer and you’ll spend a lot less time in airports and a lot more time enjoying the places.

Paul asks…

How much would it cost, approximately, to travel to Dublin Ireland for 10 days?

Including average hotel cost, meals, round trip plane ticket, (from Toronto), and all that?
for people who have been, or travel agents or something. thank you!

Yaz answers:

Contact the airlines for the cost of flights. Try www.aerlingus.com.

Look at www.hostelworld.com to get an idea of the various accommodation on offer and how much it costs.

And while Dublin is great for a couple of days, I strongly recommend heading out of it when you’ve seen the sights and what have you, because for all that it’s the capital of the Republic of Ireland and well worth visiting, it still feels very ‘English’ compared to Ireland’s other cities and towns, and even native Dubliners feel this. You can travel to Galway, Limerick, Cork, Waterford, Kilkenny in a couple of hours by train.

Robert asks…

Trip to Ireland- 2 weeks?

I am going to Ireland in May for 2 weeks. I am wondering- what is the average cost per day? (food, place to stay etc.)
We are thinking of doing day trips from Shannon to the cost etc.
Then we are going to make our way up to Galaway and leave from Dublin.
We have our own rental car. How much does gas cost?
Any place we MUST see?

Yaz answers:

Http://www.aaireland.ie/AA/Motoring-advice/Petrol-Prices.aspx here are the petrol and diesel prices in Europe. For your daily expenses you need about 50-60 euros.

Http://www.discoverireland.com/us/ireland-places-to-go/ here some places that must visit along with its detail that will certainly help you in deciding that whether you should visit or not.

Chris asks…

People to People Ambassador Trip?

I was recently invited to a P2P trip to england, ireland, scottland, or wales. I was wondering if anyone has ever sent a kid on this trip, or has been on one of these trips. I really want to go and think it would be a good experience, and my parents want me to go as well but I want some feedback on it. I’ve heard from people it was a very eye-opening trip and they got to experience other cultures and they thought it was a very good idea to go. Ive heard from other people that they regret not going based on what they heard from friends. Sorry to go on so long but basic questions here are:

What would be the cost for 21 day stay..or average cost of these trips?

Have you had good or bad experiences with them? (Please no people that have never been on this trip before or sent a kid on this trip)

Is it a great and eyeopening experience?

And finally what would be some of the ways to make the money, and what would be some of the interview questions??

Yaz answers:

You are just 1 of about 100,000 students who got similar letters. People to People is about as near as you can get to a SCAM and stay legal. They are just very expensive travel agents. You could organise the trip yourself for about a quarter of the P-2-P price.

I suggest you simply bin the letter.

Ruth asks…

Which is better to go on a trip to, England or Ireland?

Ok so obviously they are guna be expensive but which one would be cheaper? and maybe give me a run down on the average costs of hotels?

and personally i prefer to visit the country, ( cause the only architecture i really wanna see is the older irish homes =D sooo pretty, nothing in England really strikes my fancy)

and maybe if you leave in either tell me what its like?

and this may seem like REALLY lame XD but which has the better boys? AHAHHA cause both accents are soooo chill! wouldn’t mind dating one ;D lol so not nesisarly cuter, just which one would you think be easier to find some guys, im personally thinking ireland

and I appologize for my crappy spelling ^.^

Yaz answers:

I think england,london,glasgow,edinburg,also take a ryan air,easyjet,aer lingus cheap flight to dublin if u want.
I searched on this site and got the cheapest,check it out,it also had discount coupon codes for expedia,orbitz,travelocity,priceline,etc.
Http://freetravel4ever.co.cc

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Your Questions About Ireland Tourist Attractions

Jenny asks…

What are the main tourist attractions in Ireland?

Im going there on a holiday and want to know what i should see?
thanks

Yaz answers:

The main attractions could be condensed into spectacular scenery, history and Irish culture. The history takes form as old (sometimes derelict) castles, stately mansions, remnants of our old bye-gone days like the Book of Kells, Newgrange (which pre-dates the Pyramids), celtic stone crosses etc. Irish culture can be found in the music and dancing at various Festivals which happen during the summer at various locations all around Ireland, and in the music played in many pubs at the weekend. And all the nicest scenery is to be found off the beaten track. You won’t see much of interest on the motorways.

George asks…

What are some unique customs or tourist attractions in Ireland?

Yaz answers:

Giant’s causeway, Ring of Kerry, kissing the Blarney stone, Dublin city and Belfast.

David asks…

What are popular tourist attractions in Ireland?

Specifically Dublin
I am Irish and would like to learn about the history
Good attractions for families

Yaz answers:

So many to list. It also depends on the age of the people travelling.
Good tourist sites that will give you a good sense of Irelands extensive history and culture are below. I will just list them, you can look them up for more details but believe me on these I know every inch of the country.
Dublin: Trinity College, Guinness Store.
Outside Dublin: New Grange. Glendalough, Cliffs of Moher. The Burren, Galway City, Connemara include Leenane and The Delphi Valley and Kylemore Abbey. Aran Islands and include Dun Aengus (a spectacular place). If going to the North of Ireland which i would recommend go to the Giants Causway. Slieve Leage in Donegal has amazing Sea Cliffs. I could go on for ages but if you get to some of these places you will not be dsiappointed. Also great beaches along the west coast.
In summary Dublin is OK but head West to Galway and base yourself there for a few days. You can then do great day trips aroung Connemara and Clare and get a lot in.

Ken asks…

Marble Arch caves in Nothern Ireland as a tourist attraction? How becoming public has affected it?

Yaz answers:

More visitors, natural enviroment changed to improve access, vandalism

Charles asks…

3 of the most historic, major tourist attractions in Dublin?

what are three important tourist attractions in Dublin, Ireland

Yaz answers:

You must see the three most historic, major tourist attractions in Dublin: 1. Dublin Castle 2. St. Patricks Cathedral and 3. The Guinness Storehouse

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Your Questions About Ireland Vacations Packages

Mary asks…

What is the best financial way to travel to Ireland?

I need to find some packages or certain websites that have deals for Ireland vacations. I would really love to take a trip but I don’t know where to begin. HELP!

Yaz answers:

For flights the best site to go through is kayak.com. It is the best for looking up flights for Ireland, you will find cheaper than from travelocity, priceline, expedia etc.

Most package deals you will find will to packages in Ireland including tours & accomadation even some meals. Go to the Irish tourist board website, great place to start & get a feel for what is on offer.

Lisa asks…

Are there still vacation Packages that include bus and train fare and rooms in the England Ireland and Scotlan

I wiould like to go on a fact finding vactions. I am rearching my ancestors and would love to see thier homeland. But money is tight so any help with bugeting a trip or information where I can go to plan a trip. This is a dream of mine any one help a middle aged dreamer

Yaz answers:

As far as I know — yes go to Ireland.net or just type in Ireland england tours and different sites will pop with what your looking for.

John asks…

Questions about traveling/vacationing in Ireland?

My husband and I have decided we are going to vacation in Ireland. Are there places you recommend we see/visit? Where are some good places to stay? Did you buy a vacation package or tour the country on your own? Any other advice you can give? Thanks!
Also, what type of currency is used, and how would I go about getting my american $ exchanged?
And, what is the best time of year to visit, and so that not so many tourists are present?

Yaz answers:

Ireland is in the Eurozone, so you use Euros in the Republic, but Northern Ireland is still officially part of the UK, so you use sterling there. Order some Euros from your bank before you go, and let your bank know you’re going and ask them about using your ATM card on the machines over here – it’s the safest way to access your money, rather than carrying around wads of cash, and certainly cheaper than going the traveller’s cheque route. You can also use Visa and Mastercard here, but many places don’t accept American Express or Diner’s Club anymore, as they are too slow process.

High season in Ireland tends to be July and August, it’s not usually very warm then (compared to mainland Europe) and you should be aware that the past two summers were cold and wet, so bring layers, a good rain jacket, and waterproof shoes. There’s no guarantee that this year will be any different, but you never know.

Where to stay? Well, it’s all good. I personally prefer the west, but there are some great places in other areas too. If you are going to hire a car, I strongly recommend picking a region and staying there and taking day trips within that region, rather than haring around the country trying to see all the sights and getting the photos to show off back home – all you’d see in the inside of your car and traffic. If you live in a city, choose a small town or a village in Ireland, and instead of staying in one of the big impersonal hotels, try a family-run Bed & Breakfast (you’ll find loads through the Irish Tourist Board website or through www.familyhomes.ie). Local people are very helpful and can give good directions, and also point you in the direction of places that might be off the official tourist board radar.

Two more things about driving in Ireland: petrol (what you call gas) is now just over €1 per litre (multiply that by 7.5 and you get the price for a gallon) and you will need to factor this into your budget for getting around, but it is very convenient to have your own car in a country where the public transport facilities leave a lot to be desired. Diesel is slightly cheaper, just under a Euro per litre. Also, driving times in Ireland are not going to be the same as in the US. In Ireland, it is physically impossible to drive 100 miles in 100 minutes, the roads are simply not built for it. We do not have an infrastructure for large volumes of high-speed traffic. I live just south of Limerick city, and have to allow 2.5 hours at least to get to Dublin if I’m driving there, and it’s only 130 miles. Much much easier for me to take the train!

If this is your first visit, I would suggest that you join a coach tour, safer and easier for you, as here we drive on the left and the steering wheel is on the right-hand side of the car. Google ‘touring Ireland’ and see what you come up with, or contact the Irish Tourist Board, or try www.discoverireland.ie for more information. Have a great trip!

Ken asks…

Need advice for planning trip to Ireland?

I would eventually like to send my Father and Mother to Ireland for a week or 2 as a vaction/ life goal my Dad has always had. I was wondering how 2 Americans could get a nice vacation package somewhere, with taxis/means to get around and even tourist groups to tag along with. They are both in there Early 50’s and just wondered if any Americans have booked a nice vaction in Ireland and if so where so i could brush up on some reasearch. Thanks so much ( I live in Philly, so a Flight would be from the Philadelphia International Airport)

Yaz answers:

I just got back from ireland in june. The best thing is to contact a travel agent and see what deals they have and compare those you find online. Alot of the time an agent will give you the same price. We got a great deal it was called the town and country package. It was 3 nights at a 5 star hotel in dublin, 4 days B&B tour and 3 nights at ashford castle. The castle was amazing. Luxery for us girls and history for the men. It also included 4 massages, two limo rides two activites to do at the castle(falconery, horseback riding, fishing, harbor cruise, bike or walking trails so many) and a pic-nic. All for $3200. Go to discoverireland.com they have some good deals on there. And i would HIGHLY suggest that they do an individule tour, not group. Because if you by yourself you can stop when ever you like, take your time, stay extra if you like a place and if u go with a group your stuck with them. And driving in ireland is a piece of cake except in dublin i would just take the buses. But they will have a wonderful time there, its beautiful.

Laura asks…

How to take a vacation in Kerry, Ireland?

I want to go for two weeks or so with my mom this summer. Travelocity and other travel websites only have packages to Dublin airport. I live in the United States and I’m just wondering how I would go about getting to Kerry from here.

Yaz answers:

Hire a car would be my advice, the public transport network in Kerry is quite limited, you would be stuck really without a car to get around

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Your Questions About Tourist Attractions In Ireland

Joseph asks…

am visiting ireland in the month of aug-sept .is sligo worth a visit?cheap accomodations wud cost?

plz mention the accomodation cost.
any tourist attractions?

Yaz answers:

Yes very beautiful, I have attached a link which will tell you hotels, b+b, attractions, pubs and if needed bus timetables.
But please go it is v nice.

Michael asks…

show me the view of people onsaint patrick church ireland?

saint Patrick church Ireland i want to know what is the attraction thing in the church and why so many tourists came to Ireland to see that

Yaz answers:

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin, the largest church in the country, was erected between 1200 and 1270. “The writer and satirist Jonathan Swift was dean from 1713–45. His grave and epitaph are situated near the entrance of the cathedral. The massive west tower dates from 1370 and houses one of the largest peals of bells in Ireland. The choir school was founded in 1432 and the cathedral choir took part in the first performance of Handel’s Messiah in 1742. The Huguenots worshipped here from 1666 to 1816.”

Susan asks…

what and all needs to be in a country research paper?

i have to write a research paper over ireland that has to be 4-5 pages long.
i have am writing about the
food
history
government
sports
tourist attractions
way of life

am i missing anything???
any ideas on how to structure this thing would be great too cause this is my 1st

Yaz answers:

Population
GDP
exports
imports
birth rate
death rate
music
religion
flag
national emblem
holidays

Jenny asks…

anyone know ireland well?

im planning on visiting co. laois for a concert but i want to be there for about a week so i was hoping to find help on sightseeing. also id like to know how far co. laois is from main tourist attractions and how much i may be able to do and see in about a week maybe 10 days.
well i dont mean main tourist attractions so much as things to do. i know ireland about as much as a 5 year old would! im planning my trip for september 2 and i want to be there around 7-10 days. i want to know what i could do around co. laois and how much of ireland i can see from there. maybe suggestions on places to go? activities? (i am going to electric picnic to see jonsi) btw what is electric picnic???

Yaz answers:

I’m guessing you’re going to Electric Picnic?

Look on www.discoverireland.ie for tourist information.

Sandy asks…

places to visit or see in the uk and ireland?

places that you can visit for a family with kids? a few historical places would be good, but mostly the main tourist attractions? how much can you see in one week?
Some ideas i have so far are London Eye, stonehenge, Madam Tussauds Wax Museum, Harry Potter tour (or maybe the premiere!), Edinberg/windsor castle (which one is better)?
ive also heard of the giants causeway, cliffs of moher, Loch ness lake, hill of tara, and isle of man. Which of these would you reccomend? Is there anything i should know about London for my trip? I’m very excited! :)

Yaz answers:

The London Eye and Madame Tussauds are in central London. Windsor is a 40 to 55 minute train ride from either Paddington or Waterloo Stations; the trains are frequent. Stonehenge is is Wiltshire about 90 miles from London. You take an SWT train from Waterloo Station to Salisbury. Thet operate every 30 minutes (hourly on Sundays) and the journey takes 85 minutes; the Stonehenge tour bus departs from outside Salisbury Station and you can buy a joint rail/Stonehenge bus ticket
from the ticket office at Waterloo Station. Edinburgh is in Scotland 400 miles from London. You take a train there from London Kings Cross Station and it takes 4 hours 30 minutes. For a long train journey like London to Scotland you are advised to book your tickets well in advance for the lowest fares. Booking opens 12 weeks before your journey www.eastcoast.co.uk
www.thestonehengetour.info
Other places to see or do in London: A boat trip on the River Thames, Tower of London, Buckingham
Palace and if you’re interested we have magnificent museums and art galleries like the National Gallery/National Portrait Gallery/British Museum/Natural History Museum etc
London has a dense and frequent public transport system made up of the Underground (Subway),
buses, trams, suburban rail and light rail. Do NOT pay cash fares. Get yourself Oyster Cards
or Travel cards. See www.tfl.gov.uk. These cards are not however valid on out of town rail lines such as those to Windsor and Salisbury
www.britrail.com
www.nationalrail.co.uk

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Your Questions About Traveling To Ireland Tips

Donald asks…

Travel tips for Ireland mid august to mid november?

I am studying abroad in Ireland from mid august to mid november. Any tips for anything… weather? clothes? plugs? money?

I am from the U.S.

Anything is helpful!
Thanks!

Yaz answers:

Ireland uses the same 3pin plug as the UK, and runs on a 240v AC current. Adaptor plugs are freely available in many pharmacies in the dublin metro area.

The weather can be unpredictable, however, Ireland has a relatively mild climate, winters never really drop below -5c in the depths of winter. Rainwear though is a given, as sudden down pours are not uncommon.

Essentially you can dress as you would at home. Clothing would ideally be a couple of pairs of jeans/cargo pants, maybe some shorts (just incase the weather does improve). A lightweight waterproof jacket, tshirts, sweatshirts, maybe a light fleece top or two.

The currency is the Euro, and Ireland (and particularly Dublin) can be expensive.
You’ll find several familiar brands in the shops, and papers like USA today are available in certain outlets in Dublin.

In terms of personal saftey, Dublin and Ireland on the whole is a safe city and country. I recommend you follow the same personal security measures you’d follow at home.

Ireland drives on the left, therefore when crossing the road be aware of traffic approaching from the right.

If you’re in dublin you can buy weekly and monthly bus passes that may prove cheaper than commuting everyday.

Linda asks…

Do you have any travel tips on Cork, Ireland?

Planning a trip to Ireland in August and looking for interesting points to visit and danger tips, too. Very interested in family history…

Yaz answers:

Http://www.viator.com/tours/Ireland/The-Dublin-Pass/d56-2032DUB_PASS < — This gives you a basic rundown of things to do in Ireland.

You could go down to Cork and See the Blarney Stone. The myth is I you kiss it you’ll never shut up!

The People in Ireland, in my opinion are an extremely welcoming race. I think this because I have went to other countries from a young age on exchanges, holidays with college etc. And I thought no one was as hospitable as the Irish.

Here are some sights on Tourism in Ireland:

http://www.tourismireland.com/
http://www.shamrock.org/
http://www.discoverireland.com/ire/
http://www.visitdublin.com/ (Dublin Tourism)

Good Luck. = )

Daniel asks…

Doolin, Ireland Travel Tips?

Hi quick question for anyone that’s travel savvy when it comes to Ireland.
I’m planning to go to Doolin, Ireland this summer and originally I planned to fly in and out of Galway and then bus to Doolin. I found the bus schedule, but I was wondering if anyone knows the area well and knows any helpful info about the transit system.

The next stop I’ll be making in in Dublin, and again, does anyone know if there is a faster way to get there from Doolin (direct bus line, another airport other than Galway)

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks

Yaz answers:

Bus Eireann shuttle in and out of Doolin from

http://www.irishtourist.com/clare/maps/cities_and_towns/

Lisdoonvarna and Lahinch. Dont know timetable, sure its online.

As to flying to Dublin, Shannon is next nearest if Galways out but you would probably be in Dublin city centre on a bus just as quick. But if flying is your thing…

You will love Doolin. I’ve had lots of great weekends there

Michael asks…

Good travel tips for Ireland?

In June I will be in Italy and while I’m there I want to take a few days in Ireland and then return to Italy. What are some good tips and advice that I could use to get a good deal on a flight? Anyone know any good travel agents in Ireland maybe?

Yaz answers:

Unfortunately I do not know anyone in Ireland. However I hope you have a great time in Beautiful Italy and Ireland.

Carol asks…

We are leaving Friday for an England and Ireland vacation. Any tips to traveling with kids?

We know what we will see and have everything is planned out but still I am nervous about all of the planes, buses, trains, subways, and taxis with my kids. (ages 12, 10, 8, and 7) Any tips for this kind of travel or any tips on souveniers?
thanks mermaid girl. I will make sure they keep you awake too!

Yaz answers:

Make sure the kids know to where and how you’re travelling each time – so that if they lose you they can tell someone where they’re heading for

are you bringing any mobile phones with you? If so, make sure the kids know the number

make each of them responsible for one item of luggage (preferably with some if not all of their own clothes in it) – not only does this increase their sense of responsibility, but it lightens the luggage for you which will make you more free to keep an eye on them

but most of all, chill out – everyone here would be helpful in the extreme if your family got separated at all and it’s highly unlikely anything bad will happen – the more stressed you are, the more nervy the kids will be, which is a sure fire recipe for mayhem

souvenirs – you’ll be bombarded with them from start to finish, but the best souvenirs are the memories so take lots and lots and lots of photos – one of my kids favourite souvenirs was a pebble or a shell from each visit to the seaside – maybe you won’t want a suitcase full of pebbles going home, but a pressed flower or something like that is romantic and inexpensive

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Your Questions About Tour Operators Ireland

Donna asks…

What tour operators do you recommend for a 4-6 day overview tour of Ireland?

I will be traveling with a teenager on a fairly quick (4-6 days) overview tour of Ireland during the last week of March. This will be our first time in Ireland. I have been considering CIE Tours, Sceptre Tours and Vagabond Tours – does anyone have any experience with them?

In case this helps, the specific tours I am considering are:
http://www.cietours.com/affiliate/cietours/summary.rvlx?tourID=1670
http://www.vagabondtoursofireland.ie/irelandtour_5day.htm
http://www.vagabondtoursofireland.ie/irelandtour_easter_tours_from_dublin.html
http://www.sceptretours.com/vacations/ireland-escorted-irish-jaunt

Yaz answers:

Paddywagon
i advise u to make your own arrangements.
Day I
dublin bus tour
theatre/ cabaret/shopping mall
day 2
dart high speed rail trip to wicklow…………if ur into historic houses places theres many historic houses avondale .would need to spend another day possibly hire a car.
Day 3
dunlaoire 1 hour busride from dublin (southside)
walking/shopping/dining
superb choice…………many nice oriental/indian restaurants.
Day 4 train to kilkenny/killarney/bus to trim
3 historic towns
killareney is the furthest
would at least need to overnight
taste b&b (bed and beakfast accommodation)

day4/day 5
more historic houses e,g muckross if u went to killarney/boatride on the lake.
Other options
horse racing festivals…………st patricks day is 17th of march .great weekend in dublin
jasus i should be a f…………….ing tour consultant.smiles

William asks…

Urgent–Ireland: 4-5 days-short breaks, package tour from 26 May to 31 May?

Ireland: 4-5 days-short breaks, package tour from 26 May to 31 May

I am looking for the above trip: including coach, hotel fee, tour guided trip, BUT it needs to be departed from England (preferably from Brighton or cities around this area)
I am a foreigner, i find it very surprised, I serached 10 tour operators online, there are no package tour available. A friend told me that is because english like to arrange the trips of the Uk on their own, they book their own train tickets, hotel, and when they arrive the hotel, they will do day trip tour from local tour operator or by the hotel.
But since i am not english, i do not drive, i am not familiar with Uk things, i would prefer to take a package tour including everything.
(1) is it really no such kind of tour in the Uk for Uk trips?
(2) Anyone knows trips to :Ireland: 4-5 days, package tour from 26 May to 31 May?
(3) i dont mind the price, i only want to find a tour from a reputable tour operator and i do not need to bother to do all sorts of bookings , only pay for the tour fee and then no need to take time to search for train times, find day trips, hotel………
(4) or the captioned trip depart from friday morning and return to England on sunday night. — In early June.
please help and answer my questions point by point, thanks.
I know Ireland is independent but it still belongs to the Uk, united kingdom, why the first answerer said the trip is not uk trip. i dont understand and the answerer did not explain and not to mention any suggestions.
I already said i am not english, i am only an international student in england, but don’t laugh at me if my questions seems silly to English people and do not feel offended.
thanks.
i have to make it clear: I want to go to Dublin.
i want to go to Northern Ireland (Part of the UK): Dublin.
Oh i had offended the Irish people for saying that Dublin trip is Uk trip???
sorry. Because there is one local english told me, Northern Ireland, Scotland and England belongs to the UK. so he is wrong?

Yaz answers:

Best fly in to Dublin.Ryanair is cheap.Then start your package from there.

You may not be aware but saying Ireland belongs to the U.K is considered offensive.Also posting this in the Ireland section means the people answering it are most likely Irish not English.(Common sense really)Anyway we’ll let you off just this once,enjoy your trip but watch what you say,lol!

Robert asks…

Which is a better holiday destination – Cuba or Domincian Republic?

I know I’ve asked similar questions before, but…Tour Operator in Ireland(Sunway) are offering direct flights between Dublin and Dominican Republic(Puerto Plata) from November until April next year. Very tempted to go, especially as there seems to be a LOT to do there and general feedback is good.

Have been given a lot of positive reviews about Cuba and would love to visit Havana but it seems a bit limited in terms of excursions etc. Flights from Dublin would be via Paris.

What do you all think?

Yaz answers:

Been to both cuba wins by a mile and cubans much nicer people
Dominican republic is not as safe you have to stay in your Hotel, and a dirty place.

Donald asks…

flights from northern ireland to abu dhabi?

Hi need a flight from northern ireland to AD around christmas time…..anyone know any options other than ettihad….pref for 28th of december ……..

any suggestions for other tour operators i can look at……
thanks x

Yaz answers:

Check Abu Dhabi International Airport website of call them to ask ..

If you cant call or ddnt find in the website then plz let me know so i’ll call and ask for details .. When where how long which airways and all these stuff ..

But plz send me an e-mail because i dont check my answers here again ..

Good luck and welcome to Abu Dhabi in advance =)

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