Ireland City Breaks

Looking for a city break like no other? Then consider Ireland, a nation whose heart beats with an enchanting mix of tradition, modernity, and natural beauty. Whether you're a culture vulture, a history buff, or simply seeking a bit of fun, there's something for everyone. From bustling streets of Dublin to the picturesque rural tranquillity of County Kerry, every corner of Ireland promises a unique and unforgettable experience. Whether you're after a budget or luxury trip, Ireland is the perfect pick for a memorable city break.


Ireland boasts a fascinating historical landscape, verdant greenery and stunning coastal views that will have any visitor awestruck. Discover a rich repertoire of attractions drawing from Ireland's deep-seated history and vibrant culture.

Explore the enchanting Blarney Castle & Gardens

Step back in time at Blarney Castle, a captivating landmark in County Cork. Walk the scenic grounds, unwind amid beautiful parklands, or dare to kiss the famed Blarney Stone and acquire the gift of eloquence.

Revel in the splendour of Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden

This historic monastic site, located in the idyllic Connemara, offers an allure that is both ancient and timeless. Tour the gothic chapel, explore the Victorian Walled Gardens, or immerse yourself in the enriching academic programmes in partnership with the University of Notre Dame.

Step into Ireland's past at the Irish National Heritage Park

Get a glimpse of Stone Age settlements and Viking residences, immerse yourself in interactive historical experiences, or simply enjoy a family picnic in this expansive park covering 35 acres of stunning landscapes.

Stroll around bustling Dublin

Ireland's capital city offers a vast array of cultural and entertainment options. Visit the iconic Guinness Storehouse, tour the historic Kilmainham Gaol, or explore the vibrant Temple Bar district.

Take a break in charming Galway

Located on Ireland's west coast, Galway is a harbour city known for its incredible festivals, vibrant arts scene, dynamic street life, and beautiful surroundings including the stunning Connemara region.

City Essentials

Ireland offers stunning beauty and an array of local festivities year-round, making any time a great time for a trip. For the mildest weather, consider the months between March and May, or September and November - perfect for enjoying outdoor attractions and scenic landscapes.

Summer, especially July and August, tends to be the warmest but also the busiest period, with long days and bustling festivals like Galway's renowned International Arts Festival.

March is particularly popular due to the iconic Saint Patrick's Day celebrations, while October offers tranquil strolls amidst vibrant autumnal hues. Regardless of when you choose to visit, Ireland consistently delivers memorable city breaks.


Irish nights are filled with warmth, fun, and merriment. Pubs bustling with live traditional music and crackling fireplaces beckon visitors for a cosy, fun-filled evening.

Dublin's Temple Bar district is famous for its nightlife, offering a cavalcade of pubs, restaurants, and live music venues. Enjoy a pint and let the lively traditional music soundtrack your evening.

If you’re visiting Galway, the Latin Quarter is a hot spot for night-owls. From intimate wine bars to vibrant nightclubs, there's something for everyone.

For an unforgettable experience, step into a local pub in rural Ireland. Packed with character and charm, it's the ideal place to learn about Irish traditions, all while enjoying a pint and friendly banter with the locals.

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