Transport Ireland

Visit Dublin

Fact Sheet – Visit Dublin

Fact Sheet – Visit Dublin                 Dublin, Ireland’s capital, is a city of great variety despite its intimate size, where you can move easily from the vibrant city centre life to the peaceful tranquillity of its charming coastal villages in less than 30 minutes. It’s got something for everyone […]

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Drive Ring of Kerry

Best Drive Ireland – Ring of Kerry

Drive the Ring of Kerry The Ring of Kerry is possibly Ireland’s top driving route taking in some of the country’s most dramatic scenery. It runs for  179 km on the Iveragh Peninsula which stretches out into the Atlantic Ocean and is world-famous for its dramatic landscapes, sparkling seascapes, colourful towns and villages and impressive […]

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Romantic Ireland

Romantic Ireland – Places to Visit

Romantic  Ireland – Places to Visit There are many places associated with love in Ireland from the romantic castles to the macabre relics. Here are a few of our favourite places associated with Love in Ireland. We are a bit more romantic in Ireland than the phrase ‘Would you like to be buried with my […]

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Driving in Ireland

Driving in Ireland and Wild Atlantic Way

Driving in Ireland In Ireland, we drive on the left side of the road, with the steering wheel on the left side of the car. This is easy to deal with as most other cars are the same. However, you may come along a narrow road on the Wild Atlantic Way and find a car […]

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Visit Clare

Ferry to Ireland from Europe and via UK

Best Ferry to Ireland from Europe Ireland is a great place for a holiday in 2021 when travelling in your own car from Europe. Among the many highlights is the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland which at 2,500km is the world’s longest defined driving routes.  Let ActivityDays help plan your holiday […]

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Skellig Boat Trip Options

Where is Skellig Michael in Ireland? The two Skellig Islands (Michael/Mor and Beag) are 12km (8 miles) off the coast of Kerry in the south-west of Ireland. Skellig Michael is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and both islands were made famous by the recent Star Wars films.  As recently pointed out by Conde Nast Traveller […]

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