City Hopping : A Taste of Ireland
Ireland, Europe
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Explore a country where magic and myth coexist in perfect harmony. Contrasting landscapes, colourful villages, countless lakes, enchanting castles and mysterious ruins are yours to discover during an unforgettable road trip from Dublin to Kerry, with the opportunity to experience Ireland’s customs and culture at a traditional Irish gathering.
ITINERARY
DEPARTURES FROM MONTREAL AND TORONTO

9 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS - 7 MEALS
2 nights in Dublin - 2 nights in Galway - 3 nights in Kerry

Itinerary...




DEPARTURES FROM TORONTO (Departure for Dublin and return from Shannon)

9 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS - 7 MEALS
1 night in Dublin - 2 nights in Galway - 3 nights in County Kerry - 1 night in County Clare

Itinerary...

ACCOMMODATION (or similar)
Dublin : Clarion Liffey Valley 3*
Meal plan : Breakfast

Galway : Lough Rea Hotel 3*
Meal plan : Breakfast

Kerry : Killarney Court Hotel 3* or Brandon Hotel 3*
Meal plan : Breakfast

County Clare : Auburn Lodge Hotel 3*
Meal plan : Breakfast
 
INCLUDED
  • Roundtrip flight in Economy Class
  • Hertz category B basic rental car
  • Hotel taxes and services charges
  • Accommodation in double occupancy (standard room) with private facilities
NOT INCLUDED
  • Baggage handling
  • Meals other than those detailed
  • Optional tours
  • Fees for visa if required
 
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CAR RENTAL
Basic Plan
  • Unlimited kilometres
  • Third Party Liability (please inquire for amount of coverage)
  • 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance Program
  • V.A.T. (Value-Added Tax) : 13.5%
The minimum driving age is 23 years old for the A, B and E categories, 25 or 27 for other categories, please inquire. Additional fees apply for young drivers under the age of 25, additional drivers and for the rental of booster seats and other accessories. Safety deposit: credit card only.
REMARKS
  • Book it fast, the seats are limited.
  • Accommodation mentioned in the itinerary is subject to change.
  • Indicated distances are subject to change.
  • Travellers should always cover their shoulders and legs when visiting some religious sites.
  • In Europe, hotel rooms are generally smaller than in North America. There are rarely two double beds in a room. Triple rooms usually feature one double bed and one single bed or three single beds or one double bed and one foldaway bed or two single beds and one foldaway bed.
  • Some types of sports equipment, including golf bags, etc., are not accepted in the rooms. They have to be kept in a specific area, which is usually locked
  • All hotels provide towels; some do not offer face cloths.
  • In most European countries the voltage is 220V.
  • This information is subject to change.
 
The information about this product is valid for departures between April 1 and October 31, 2014.