In response to a listener’s questions and comments, we produced this show in order to illustrate what a two-week vacation in Ireland could look like. This is only one of an infinite number of options available to travellers, but it will give you an idea of what you *can* do.
Fasten your seatbelts for a whirlwind tour of the Republic and Northern Ireland!
Ferries from Rossaveel (Bus available from Galway City)
Aran Island Ferries
Ferries from Doolin
Doolin 2 Aran Ferries
Aran Doolin Ferries
(This carrier provides service to Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher cruises, as do some of the other Doolin operators.)
Flights to the Aran Islands
Shuttle buses for ferries and flights leave from Galway (and Kilronan) daily, but you can drive yourself out to the airport or ferry docks if you prefer.
County Mayo Home Page
(with links to towns and attractions in County Mayo, including the village of Murrisk and the town of Westport)
County Sligo Home Page
Sligo Heritage Page
Enniskillen Home Page
Ulster American Folk Park
North Antrim Information
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Dunluce Castle/Carrickfergus Castle
Brú na Bóinne
(When you return the key to the cairn, be sure to take a trip through the Loughcrew Gardens or buy a cup of tea or coffee and a snack at the Coffee Shop.)
National Museum of Ireland
Dublin Bus Tours (we’re not making a recommendation of one over another)
Kilkenny Self-Guided Walking Tour
Kells Augustinian Priory
Cashel town and the Rock of Cashel
Ring of Kerry
Skellig Experience Centre
The Famine Cottage
King John’s Castle & Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
Join us again next time for more adventures in Ireland. Slan!
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