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Posted Sun 25 Aug 2019 7:20 AM
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Hi all! We are an Italian group of amateur photographer and we are planning for the next year a photographic tour in Ireland. We need some help in order to understand how to move because we are a very large group (from 10 to 20-25 people) and accommodation. We planning to stay 7-10 day and we are interested in the best photographic spot both in north and in the west coast. We don’t plan to visit big city this time. Any help will be very precious, thanks in advance
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Ciao Irene,

Welcome to you and your group of photographer friends! 📷

Ireland can be a great place to get inspired and take pictures, so I have put together some articles for you, that will help you decide what places to go to and photograph.

I've also included a page to search for accommodation, where you can select the place to stay, the type of accommodation and with the map view the area you'd prefer to stay in.
In the album you'll also find an article for using Public Transport and one for renting vehicles, with useful links to the Car Rental Council of Ireland (for the Republic of Ireland) and the BVRLA (for Northern Ireland), in case you decide to rent a minibus.

I am sure you will be able to capture beautiful scenery. 😊

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Hi Irene,

You have mentioned that your photography group would like to travel to the north of Ireland as part of your trip next year, and hopefully I can give you some information to help facilitate your holiday.  There is a great variety of interesting and unique places to photograph in our region, known as the Causeway Coast and Glens, which is located at the top of the island.  You may like to take a look at the Instagram page on our web site: www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com  There you will see some of the possible locations and attractions for yourself, along with some great images! 

If you have your own transport and wish to come to the Causeway Coast and Glens, the Causeway Coastal Route heading north out of Belfast is the most scenic way to travel here and presents many photo opportunities.

It is also possible to travel to the area on public transport from Belfast.  There is a railway line between Belfast and Coleraine. The Causeway Rambler Bus (402), which is a hop-on, hop-off service, goes from Coleraine to many of the beauty spots along the coastline.  You can find out more about the public transport at: www.translink.co.uk 

We have an accommodation booking service and would be very happy to help find you somewhere suitable to stay.  In the area, there is a good range of accommodation for larger groups, ranging from hotels, self-catering facilities and hostels.

If we can be of further assistance please contact us at the Coleraine Visitor Information Centre. 

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Anne

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Good morning Irene 
Great to hear that you are planning to visit Ireland with your photography group, this is an excellent location for photography and touring. We are an Tour Operator based in Ireland and can offer your group a full service with a tailored itinerary, accommodation, meals, activities and locations for photos. 
Please contact directly - jeremy@eitravelgroup.ie and we can start designing your tour. 
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Jeremy



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Hello Irene.
Reading the very informative replies you have received so far, I would also suggest that you first engage an Irish based photographer to advise and perhaps accompany your party in Ireland. You will need and want to know the more dramatic, scenic places to visit and I believe this person would be very useful. Let him / her help plan your trip, because having 7 to 10 days there is just so much you can do. 
Here's to success.
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Hi Irene,
I have been given the attached document, which will hopefully give you some ideas about the iconic spots in Ireland and where to take the best pictures of them.

I hope this helps and please let us know how you get on.

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