Transat Holidays offers a myriad of ways to discover Ireland’s gems on your next trip.
Want to combine visits to several cities? Opt for our City Hopping packages: visit Dublin and Belfast or discover Dublin, Galway, County Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula and County Clare all in one trip. Consult the City Hopping Packages section to view all available options.
Just want to visit Dublin? You might be interested in our City Packages and City Packages & Excursions. These programs are available online for specific durations, or by phone for others. Find out more!
Maximize your European getaway and opt for an Escorted or Semi-Escorted Tour to experience Ireland’s treasures without a care in the world.
Start researching for your next trip to Ireland by checking out our top 10 below. Locate the main attractions on the map and learn more about each one!
Consult the legend on your right for a description of available packages and tours in Ireland. Discover our online products, or call our sales centre at 1-866-322-6649 if the package or tour you’re looking for is only available by phone.
Even the most independent traveller appreciates a helping hand once in a while. This City Package also includes a number of interesting outings or extras to get you started on your travels. These can run the gamut from sightseeing tours to public transport cards, and make life easier by giving you fewer things to book when you arrive. That way, you can focus on discovering the destination on your own.
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There are times when you may want to expand your horizons and explore more than one city while you’re on vacation. Our City Hopping packages have been specifically designed for just such an occasion. You can choose to visit two or more cities in the same country or opt for completely different countries. For example, you can shop till you drop in London and then hit the museums in Paris, admire Gaudi in Barcelona and a few days later sip a glass of sangria in Madrid, or you can delight in the magic of Venice before soaking up the bucolic beauty of Tuscany.
Many of our hotels are also available à la carte, so you can extend your stay or travel somewhere else for an extra day or more. It’s an easy way for you to customize your travel plans to suit your needs.
Looking for a structured, worry-free vacation where you can simply sit back and enjoy the sights? A coach tour might be the perfect choice for you. Travelling on an organized trip means you’re always in the hands of professionals. Your guide and driver take you safely to the most interesting sights, so you can focus on having a good time and experiencing the best your destination has to offer. Along the way you enjoy the companionship of group travel, quality accommodation, a certain number of meals, an exciting itinerary and some leisure time to wander off on your own, should you so desire.
If you can’t decide between a structured vacation or a more independent travel experience, a semi-escorted coach tour might be just right for you. This type of travel option lets you spend a couple of days on your own in a major European city before or after you set off on an escorted coach tour. Think about the possibilities: you can spend some time exploring a destination at your own pace, and yet still take advantage of the knowledge and expertise of travel professionals as they accompany you to some of the country’s most interesting sights.
There's so much to see in Ireland. Here's Transat Holidays' top 10:
This 5,000-year-old tomb is most impressive when its passage and chamber are illuminated with natural sunlight during Winter Solstice. A truly magical experience!
One of Europe’s largest, most important prehistoric sites, this complex of ancient passage graves, henges and standing stones is a World Heritage Site that predates the Egyptian pyramids.
While in Ireland, don’t miss out on music festivals, horse fairs, hurling finals and a host of other exciting activities held year-round.
The Trinity College Library in Dublin houses one of the world’s oldest and most lavish manuscripts, the Book of Kells, considered a national treasure.
This small village is regarded as the traditional music capital of Ireland and boasts a vibrant pub scene.
While in Ireland, join the locals at a typical pub andsavour a pint of this famous Irish stout beer.
Matchmaking Festival County Clare Singles are invited to mingle and enjoy traditional Irish music at this annual event, which draws crowds from around the world every September.
Visit one of Ireland’s oldest caves, and get up close and personal with eagles, falcons, hawks and owls at the Burren Birds of Prey Centre.
With its strong breezes and endless stretch of sand, this extensive beach on Dublin Bay is Ireland’s No. 1 kitesurf destination.
This 15th century fortress is characterized by its turbulent history and is the most famous of Ireland’s haunted castles.