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Viaje d Irlanda

Viaje d Irlanda

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Buenos dias
Voy a viajar en febrero del 15 al 23 a Irlanda.
Me gustaria visitar Dublin, Belfast, Calzada de los gignates y de ahi a Galway y Acantilados de Moher.
Me podeis ayudar a planificar el viaje.
El dia de llegada tendria que pasar la tarde en Cabinteely y el dia de partida tambien.
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Posted Thu 26 Dec 2019 11:23 AM
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¡Buenos días, Javier!

¡Has llegado al sitio adecuado! Estaré encantada de ayudarte a planificar tu viaje perfecto a Irlanda.

Para que te pueda enviar información relevante sobre recorridos y visitas,¿podrías especificar si tienes intención de alquilar un coche para tus desplazamientos? ¿O pensabas hacerlo en transporte público? Además, ¿hay algún aspecto en concreto de la isla que te gustaría conocer (historia, castillos, naturaleza, música)?

¡Espero tus noticias!

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Posted Fri 27 Dec 2019 10:30 AM
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Buenos dias
Comentarte que cuando llege al aeropuerto voy a alquilar un coche puesto que tengo que recoger a mi hija en Cabinteely ya que esta estudiando alli y por lo tanto en el regreso tambien la dejo alli. Mi hora de llegada son las 12.30 hora de Irlanda y luego tengo el vuelo de salida a las 17.30.
Me gustaria ver Belfast, la calzada del gigante, galway, acantilados de moher y Dublin y si fuera posible Cork. Ya que creo que es lo mas emblematico de Irlanda.
Me puedes recomendar el mejor recorrido.
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Posted Fri 27 Dec 2019 12:42 PM
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Hola, F. Javier.

Gracias por proporcionar más detalles acerca del medio de transporte que vas a utilizar y las horas de llegada/salida. He reunido unos cuantos artículos con sugerencias sobre las distintas ciudades y lugares que te gustaría visitar, así como alguna otra más que estaría de camino (Derry~Londonderry, por ejemplo) entre alguna de ellas y un itinerario de Dublín a Galway con varias paradas que podrían ser de tu interés. En caso de querer viajar directamente entre ambas ciudades, ten en cuenta que el recorrido te llevaría unas 2'5 horas desde Cabinteely.

Si os atrae algún tipo de turismo en concreto (paisajes, ciudades, castillos…), ¡no dudes en hacernoslo saber y estaré encantado de aportar mi granito de arena!

Un saludo,
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Posted Fri 27 Dec 2019 4:25 PM
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Good morning,

It's great to hear that you are planning to visit Belfast and the Giant's Causeway during your time in Ireland and I will try to give you a few pointers to help you get the most out of your trip.

The M1 motorway links Dublin and Belfast.  It is a tolled road that you can make very good time on. There is plenty to see and do in the city and you can find out more about it at: www.visitbelfast.com  

The scenic way to travel from Belfast to the Giant's Causeway is to follow the Causeway Coastal Route which is well signposted heading north out of the city.  This road mostly follows the path of the Atlantic Ocean, passing through the Glens of Antrim, past castles, beaches, cliffs and Game of Thrones film locations.  There are quite a few places to stop off to admire the scenery and take photos. You will go through plenty of towns and villages on the way.  In addition to visiting the Giant's Causeway you might like to explore Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Rathlin Island and the Old Bushmills Distillery.  If you wish to get to the Giant's Causeway area quickly I would suggest you take the M2 out of Belfast and follow signs to Coleraine and then Bushmills.  There are plenty of places to stay in the region and to see what the area has to offer or find accommodation, please take a look at our web site: www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com 

If you decide you would like to travel down the west coast of Ireland to Galway you could connect onto the Wild Atlantic Way at Derry/Londonderry.

I wish you and your daughter a most memorable trip!
Anne

Posted Sat 28 Dec 2019 10:41 AM
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Bueno creo que ya he decido la ruta a ver si a los expertos les parece bien.
También quiero saber si en Irlanda del Norte se puede pagar en EUROS o tengo que cambiar a LIBRAS, aunque intentare pagar todo con tarjeta.
Este es mi itinerario:
dia 1 llegada a Dublin a eso de las 15.00h y peqeña visita
dia 2 Dublin - Belfast y visita de la ciudad
dia 3 Belfast - The Dark Hedges - Calza de los Gigantes - Londonderry (dormir)
dia 3 Londonderry - Galway y visita
dia 4 Galway - Acantilados de Moher - Limerik (alojamiento)
dia 5 Limerik - Dublin
dia 6 Dublin
dia 7 Dublin
dia 8 Dublin salida haci Madrid a las 17.30 
espero me podais ayudar y decirme si este itinerario esta bien


Posted Mon 30 Dec 2019 5:39 PM
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Good morning,

In response to your question about the best way to pay for things whilst you are in Northern Ireland.  Your credit card should be acceptable to pay for most things, however if you need cash there are plenty of ATMs in the centre of Belfast where you could withdraw some Sterling. Most places in Northern Ireland do not accept payment in Euro although when you are in Derry/Londonderry, because of its proximity to the border, you might find more places there do accept them.

I hope this is helpful!
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Posted Tue 31 Dec 2019 9:38 AM
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Buenos días, Javier:

Como ya te ha comentado Anne, en Irlanda del Norte no tendrás ningún problema en pagar con tu tarjeta y, si necesitas efectivo, puedes acudir a un cajero automático para retirar libras para tus compras más pequeñas. Aquí encontrarás más información sobre las monedas en uso en Irlanda. 

En cuanto al itinerario, parece muy interesante e incluye algunos de los lugares más emblemáticos de la isla. Lo que sí te aconsejo es  que no añadas demasiados lugares para ver en un solo día, ya que el desplazamiento de un lugar a otro puede tomar algo de tiempo y se puede correr el riesgo de pasar mucho tiempo conduciendo.

Si necesitas algo más antes de la salida, ¡ya sabes dónde estamos!

¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

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Posted Tue 31 Dec 2019 12:48 PM
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Buenos días, Javier:

¡Falta muy poco para tu salida! Me preguntaba qué tal llevas la planificación del viaje. ¿Lo tienes ya todo listo y organizado?

Recuerda que si necesitas consejos o ayuda para ultimar tu itinerario o cualquier otra información, tanto yo como los otros miembros del foro estaremos encantados de proporcionártelos.

¡Que pases un feliz día!

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Good evening.
Can you tell me what I can do from Limerick to Dublin, since that day of my route I wake up in Limerick and sleep in Dublin and I don't know what to do. I had thought about going to Cork but it is very long
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