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Tickets for Tourist Spots

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Posted Mon 20 Aug 2018 10:55 AM
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Do we need advance tickets for tours--distilleries, castles, etc
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Hello Cynthia, 

It's so exciting you're planning on visiting Ireland's sights and attractions! Booking your tickets up front is recommended for some attractions because it saves time, and you don't have to stand in line. Sometimes you even get an early bird discount when you book your tickets up front online, like for example at the Cliffs of Moher. :)

There are also passes that combine entry tickets to several attractions, like the Dublin Pass, the Belfast Visitor Pass, the Heritage Card and the National Trust

There are loads of things to see and do on the Emerald Isle. What is on your list so far? 

If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch! 

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Dear Ctynthia,
I would like to let you know about some of the excellent attractions we have here on the Causeway Coast.  They are all located within a few miles of each other.  

Dunluce Castle has perched on the cliff top overlooking the Atlantic Ocean for over 500 years and the area in and around it has been a defended site since 500AD.  The views from it are spectacular. You can take a tour of the castle at any time of the year and do not need to book tickets in advance.  Opening hours are: February to November: 10am to 5pm.  December and January 10am to 4pm.  

The Old Bushmills Whiskey Distillery is the world's oldest licenced distillery.  It runs various tours to show the whiskey making process including a tasting tour. To find out more information please visit the web site: www.bushmills.com 

The Giant's Causeway is located close to both of the other attractions.  It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts visitors from all over the world.  You can just turn up at the site and buy a ticket for the attraction or alternatively you can purchase tickets in advance at a reduced price from the local Visitor Information Centres or online at: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/giants-causeway

I hope this gives you a few ideas when planning your trip!
Anne

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Hi, Ctynthia.

Are you still planning a trip to the Emerald Isle? 

Many thanks to Melin and Anne for their helpful suggestions! In addition to that, I'd like to mention the Heritage Island, a discount pass that covers 80 of Ireland's premier visitor attractions and heritage towns across the island of Ireland.

Hoping to hear from you soon,

Francesco

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