In 10 minutes or less you will learn all you need to know to plan the perfect Ireland vacation. What kind of tour, when to go, where to visit, what to do and how to save some money doing it. OK, let’s get started.
Get Started on Planning Your Ireland Vacation
- How to go – Select the tour type that suits you best
- Where to go – An introduction to Ireland
- Why go – choose an Irish Travel Theme
- What to do – Activities, Experiences & Excursions for everyone
- When to go – Ireland is a year-round destination
- Money saving tips
- Get Quote
Money Saving Tips
Here are four great ways to save money on your trip to Ireland:
1. Come during the off-season
Tour prices – and airfares – are dramatically cheaper between October and April. The months of March, April and October can be quite pleasant and offer a good trade off between price and climatic conditions. Ireland’s climate is moderate – it rarely dips below freezing between November to February. If you come from somwhere that is snowy during the winter, Ireland’s weather will seem quite warm in comparison. Travelling in these months can save you 20% or more.
2. Increase the size of your group
The more people travelling with you, the lower the per person price will be. This is especially true of Chauffeur tours which can be very expensive for small groups. Two couples travelling together can expect to save 17% on a self-drive tour or a whopping 40% on a chauffeur tour. Larger groups can save even more.
3. Rent a manual or stick shift car
In Ireland automatic cars are considerably more expensive to rent than manual ones. If you can drive a manual you stand to save almost 10% on the price of your vacation. Simply tick Manual car type on the Get Quote form.
4. Travel with Authentic Ireland
Our volume of business, extensive experience and close relationships with providers all over Ireland allow is to create and sell holiday packages at the lowest possible price. Purchasing your vacation through Authentic Ireland automatically saves you money. Our unmatched expertise, flexibility and friendly service are simply our way of welcoming you to Ireland.