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consiglio di itinerario

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Ciao a tutti,
sto programmando una vacanza fly and drive in Irlanda e avrei bisogno del vs. prezioso aiuto. Vorrei atterrare a Dublino per poi puntare direttamente in Irlanda del nord visitando Belfast , Giant's Causeway e le cose più affascinanti del nord per poi ridiscendere verso Dublino visitando Cliffs of Moher Ring of Kerry e Galway. Ce la faccio in 10/12 giorni. Non vorrei fare tutto di corsa, quindi accetto qualsiasi consiglio . PS Sono un fan del Trono di Spade!!!
grazie mille
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Posted Mon 15 Jul 2019 11:13 AM
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Ciao, Tiziana.

Se cerchi un consiglio per una vacanza in Irlanda, sei nel posto giusto! :)

Dublino è un ottimo punto di partenza ed è facile da esplorare in 2-3 giorni seguendo questo itinerario. Potresti assaporare i sapori della cucina irlandese, visitare le attrazioni più importanti come il Trinity College e la famosa Guinness Storehouse, girare per il Temple Bar ascoltando la musica tradizionale che si suona nei vari pub e vagare all'interno dei suoi splendidi parchi urbani.

Spostandoti verso nord c'è Belfast, una città ricca di storia e di cultura. Lì potresti fare il Touring Exhibition di Game of Thrones e altre soste interessanti che trovi in questo thread.
Proseguendo, ti consiglio di fare questo itinerario delle location di Game of Thrones prima di arrivare alla destinazione successiva: Galway. Questa città dal fascino bohémien è visitabile in un giorno e da lì, seguendo questo itinerario, puoi raggiungere in circa 1h 30min le Cliffs of Moher. Se hai tempo, passa per Loop Head e Limerick, altrimenti dirigiti verso Killarney, il villaggio alle porte del Ring of Kerry

Per riuscire a vedere tutto quello che hai in programma, in 10/12 giorni ce la fai tranquillamente. Hai già noleggiato l'auto? Se sei in cerca di informazioni sul noleggio dei veicoli in Irlanda, dai un'occhiata a questo articolo. Ti ricordo che, per motivi legati all'assicurazione, è necessario informare la compagnia di autonoleggio che viaggerai tra la Repubblica d'Irlanda e l'Irlanda del Nord.

A presto e buona serata!

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Posted Mon 15 Jul 2019 7:23 PM
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Grazie mille Francesco. Info utilissime e molto chiare.
La vs. community è fantastica

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Hi Tiziana,

I am delighted to hear that you are planning a trip to Ireland.  Great choice!  When are you planning to come? 
It is very easy to get from Dublin to Belfast on the M1 and A1 roads.  Belfast – birthplace of the Titanic!– offers a vibrant visitor experience in the Titanic Quarter, but the City has much more to offer too. 

The Causeway Coastal Route, stretching from Belfast to Derry, is a beautiful road journey, with so much to see and experience: castles and glens, quaint villages and lively towns, unique coastal walks, cliffs and sandy beaches.   Central in the route is the Giant’s Causeway, with its amazing hexagonal–shaped basalt stones and columns.  Click on the following link to get an overview of this stunning route.
https://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/CCG-Map-English-2019.pdf

This area boasts a wealth of locations used in the filming of Game of Thrones.  Check out the following links for a suggested itinerary and other related attractions.
https://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/GameOfThronesItinerary.pdf
https://discovernorthernireland.com/things-to-do/attractions/game-of-thrones/game-of-thrones/

So much to see and experience!  I suggest that you plan carefully, selecting the attractions that most interest you, and allow at least two to three days for The Causeway Coastal Route.   

If you have other questions or need help with booking accommodation - and we usually recommend booking in advance - we will be only too happy to help you. 

Have a great trip!

Mary.
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Thank you so much Mary.. Your fantastic info will be very helpful to plan my trip at the end of August. 
Have a nice day

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Hi Tiziana,
Just to say that in August I highly recommend that you book your accommodation in advance. 

There is an accommodation search facility on our website https://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/, as well as access to our accommodation pdf if you click on maps and itineraries.

Hope this helps,
Mary.



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Ciao, Tiziana!

Molto lieto di averti aiutato e grazie mille per i complimenti!

Se hai bisogno di ulteriori consigli non esitare a fare altre domande, potrai ricevere suggerimenti e scambiare idee con altri appassionati dell'isola. 

Buona giornata.

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Hi Tiziana,
I am delighted you are visiting Ireland for a holiday and I have no doubt you will enjoy every minute of it. I notice you already have a few ideas of where to visit so I would like to suggest that you include Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon in Northern Ireland in your visit as there are so many wonderful special things to experience. We have too many to mention but below are just a few to start you off on your visit.

In Armagh, a visit to The Navan Centre & Fort is a must. The Navan Centre & Fort is located just 2 miles outside the ancient Cathedral City of Armagh and provides interpretation of one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites, the legendary ‘Emain Macha’, otherwise called Navan Fort.  This was the royal seat of the Kings ofUlster and the Province’s ancient capital. Adults and children can enjoy a great day out at this wonderful attraction.

Armagh is known as the Orchard County and towards the north of the county there are lots of apple orchards covered almost with rows of bramley apples. Approximately 90% of the crops are Armagh Bramley Apples. Why not include a visit to the orchards during your holiday.

As you approach Armagh, you’ll notice its most distinctive landmarks right away. From opposite hills, two striking cathedrals face each other across a valley, both honouring Saint Patrick. Saint Patrick’s Church Of Ireland Cathedral and Saint Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral.

Enjoy a visit to Armagh County Museum. Officially opened on 28th April 1937 it was the first dedicated county museum in Ireland.

Spend a while at Armagh Planetarium and Observatory.  In the Planetarium’s amazing Digital Theatre you can relax and enjoy a 3-D Star Dome show that’s not to be missed. The Observatory is located together with Armagh Planetariumin approximately 14 acres of attractive, landscaped gardens known as the Armagh Astropark.

Banbridge is about a 35 minute drive from Armagh and Ferguson’s Irish Linen is really worth a visit. It was established in 1854, and they are widely recognised as being the finest of Irish Weavers. The combination of fine raw materials, skilled weavers, advanced loom technology and careful finishing have brought Ferguson’s a reputation of which they are proud. They are world renowned for their fabulous product, and have established a growing reputation as an innovative designer and manufacturer of stylish new collections.

The F E McWilliam Gallery and Studio in Banbridge is dedicated to the memory of sculptor Frederick Edward McWilliam, one of Ireland’s most influential and successful artists. Featuring a permanent display of McWilliam’s work, temporary exhibitions of Irish and international art, a craft shop, café and Banbridge Tourist Information Centre.

A visit to the Craigavon area is a twenty minute drive from Armagh and Brownlow House, Lurgan’s grandest secular building is well worth a visit. It was erected by Charles Brownlow and a special feature there is the World War II exhibition. 

Also in the Craigavon area is Ballydougan Pottery. Watch the master craftsmen at work in the Pottery workshops where you too can take a turn on the potter’s wheel and be creative. Meander around the Gift Shop or sit in the courtyard garden and enjoy a freshly made cappuccino from their Restaurant & Coffee Shop.

A visit to Kinnego Marina, the largest marina on Lough Neagh. Situated by the Oxford Island National Nature Reserve it also has a fully serviced caravan park and is home to Lough Neagh Sailing Club, one of the oldest sailing clubs in Northern Ireland, established in 1877.

Explore the sublime beauty of Oxford Island – a designated National Nature Reserve situated on the peninsula in the southern shores of Lough Neagh.  From four miles of absorbing woodland trails to birdwatching hides, unique bog lands, rich wildflower strewn meadows and wildlife ponds, become immersed in the panoramic views of this stunning setting. Learn fascinating facts about the protection and enhancement of the natural environment, including local history and heritage. With an educational Discovery Centre featuring a delightful restaurant and artisan craft shop, this tranquil paradise is truly inspirational.
 
Follow the Saint Patrick’s Trail through a host of Christian sites at Bangor, the Ards Peninsula, Downpatrick, Newry and Armagh to uncover just how strong Northern Ireland’s links are with this patron saint. The 92 - mile linear driving route links 15 key sites, all identified as having some connection to his life, legacy or landscape –they are all just waiting to be explored:  https://visitarmagh.com/trails/drive-st-patricks-trail/

https://visitarmagh.com/ is a wonderful site, were the above attractions and much more including events, walking tours, festivals and the award winning Armagh Food & Cider Festival etc can be viewed. 

The following links are great and very useful for helping you plan your visit: https://discovernorthernireland.com/  and  https://www.discoverireland.ie/ 

If we can be of further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.
Should you decide to visit Armagh Tiziana, please call into our Visitor Information Centre and the staff here will be delighted to help with any queries you may have.

Kind regards,
Marion









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