Sitting just across the Irish Sea from most of Britain
, Ireland is a beautiful country known for its fascinating history and traditions, its stunning natural landscape and its array of quirky and lively cities. It is the perfect place to target for a city break
and a long weekend away. With so many amazing places to choose from that are only a short flight away, it is one of our favourite city breaks destinations this year…
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There is perhaps no bigger or better place to begin than with the capital city of Dublin
. Everywhere you turn there is a tourist attraction and you could easily spend a long week just in this wonderful city. Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle and the famous Guinness factory are just a few things on offer in Dublin which is alive both during the day and the night. Galway is another excellent option in Ireland and it is located on the west coast. It is also worthy of its own weekend break with a lively nightlife, a mixture of traditional and modern shops and restaurants as well as a variety of festivals all year round. If you are travelling to Ireland with the family, then you should definitely check out Tralee. It is the ideal base to get out and about with its spacious Town Park, as well as both the Dingle Way and the North Kerry Way which offer local hiking trails. A number of beaches are just a short journey away and when the weather isn’t so good, Aqua Dome Waterworld is a fun day out.
Ireland offers a great selection of accommodation options which are sure to suit travellers of all tastes and budgets given the country’s popularity with tourists not just from the UK but all over the world. The options available to you all completely depend on where you stay. The bigger cities like Dublin and Galway have the full range of accommodation choices from the big, swanky hotels to the cheaper hostels. Smaller cities and towns still usually have a good amount of hotels but tend to focus more on the cosy B&B or cottage options. In terms of dining out, there are always going to be plenty of options for you to choose from wherever you go. The bigger cities provide plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes to satisfy any foodies travelling to the region. Many of the smaller towns and cities also offer great options, especially in terms of pub grub and satisfying foods of the sorts!
The main holiday season in Ireland lasts from around May to September when the temperatures tend to be at their warmest and all of the activities, attractions and festivals tend to take place in the country. The climate and temperatures are very similar to that of the UK all year round, with a certain unpredictability about the weather. You can check on the Cheekytrip
website for the availability of holidays from your local airport. Direct flights to a number of city break destinations in Ireland are readily available from UK regional airports
Booking with us is one of the best ways to save time and money on your next trip to Ireland. Here at CheekyTrip, we are a price comparison site with access to the best holiday offers
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