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With this great deal, you can book yourself, your car and bring two passengers along absolutely free.

Whether you're touring the Wild Atlantic Way or just taking it easy on a spring or summer holiday, it's more fun with a two mates. 

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Ring of Kerry

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Why not venture to Ireland’s southwest and set out on the Ring of Kerry drive? The Ring of Kerry is a 179 km circular route and one of the most remarkable tourist attractions in Ireland.

Starting in Killarney, you will embark on a scenic journey through Kenmare, the Iveragh Peninsula and eventually to Killorglin. Marvel in the landscapes and take in the colourful seaside towns and villages that you pass through including Sneem, Kenmare, Cahersiveen and Caherdaniel. Allow yourself an entire day to complete the drive, giving you time to stop and take in the most significant parts of the route. It is a unique way to experience driving in Ireland, taking in some of Ireland’s best-loved towns and favorite beaches along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Location:
If you are visiting Ireland by ferry, your starting point, Killarney, is a 3 and a half hour drive from Rosslare Harbour. Enjoy the drive!

Short Breaks Galway

Galway City, located on the edge of Galway Bay, is a lively cultural hub. It’s the perfect place to enjoy short breaks with its beautiful balance between city and sea.

What to do:
Galway’s winding streets are littered with a mix of exotic goods and local handmade crafts including knits, jewellery and woodwork. You won’t be short a choice of souvenirs to bring home. Why not make your way towards Salthill, the local seaside area and stroll down the famous promenade. Here you will find plenty of spots to indulge in the local seafood. Come evening, there is no place better than Galway City to enjoy a few beverages, step into the traditional pubs to enjoy the local banter, music and dance.

Drive:
It should take you just over two hours to drive to Galway City from Irish Ferries Dublin Terminal.

The Mourne Mountains, County Down

The Irish countryside doesn’t get any better than this. The Mourne Mountains are an area of outstanding natural beauty - so much so that they inspired CS Lewis to write The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. More recently, they have provided stunning theatrical backdrops for the TV adaptation of Game of Thrones. In full 70 km in length, there are plenty of routes to choose from, one of the most popular being the Rostrevor Route (27 km). The Mournes can be demanding - they are, after all, unsurprisingly mountainous and steep in parts - but the stunning views are reward enough. 

Grafton Street

Is Dublin city’s main shopping street; you’ll find a little bit of everything here from high fashion, to fantastic street entertainers. 

If you have time, check out…

The Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin, just 3km north of the city centre is a fantastic place to spend a day trip in Ireland. The 19.5 hectares boast over 15,000 plant species from around the world. A stroll around will have you leaving happy and peaceful. It’s the perfect place for a picnic, or if you haven’t come prepared you can sample the delights in the tearooms on site. What’s best is the free admission!

Glasnevin Cemetery & Museum is an Irish tourist attraction bursting in history, and stories of the people of Dublin and beyond. Tours of the cemetery and museum will teach you plenty about the history of Dublin; you might even have some family history to trace through the genealogy search.

Howth: Perhaps you are craving some sea air, if so there’s nowhere better in Dublin to visit than Howth during your family holidays in Ireland. Take a stroll along the beach, enjoy some fish and chips and sample the local craft and food markets, a fun day for all the family.