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Ireland car trip, 4 days

Ireland car trip, 4 days

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Hi all, Just trying to work out a self drive car trip for Ireland.
Looking at Starting in Dublin Have full day on Dublin to see sights.
Day 1 - So looking at leaving Dublin heading to Waterford via Kilkenny.
Day 2 - Leaving Waterford heading to Cork - doing Blarney Castle (kiss the Blarney Stone)
Day 3 - Leaving Cork heading to Limerick Via Cliff of Moher
Day 4 - Leaving Limerick heading to Kildare.
Day 5 - heading straight to Airport to fly to Scotland - AM.

Just would like to know this is ok to be done or too much, any ideas would be wonderful.
Dates are June Arriving on 2nd June, free day 3rd June, car hire from morning of 4th June, fly out morning of 8th June.

Thank you.

Posted Sun 19 Jan 2020 12:56 AM
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Hi Kerri,

Thanks for sending us your itinerary, it looks like you have a lovely time planned indeed!

There is plenty to keep you busy in Dublin on your first day before setting off on your tour to Waterford. If you have the time, a drive through the Wicklow Mountains on the way to Kilkenny would be a lovely time. June is a great time to visit, long daylight days give you lots of time to spend out and about.

From Waterford to Cork, either take the coastal route and include Cobh, or head more inland and possibly see the Rock of Cashel or Cahir Castle before arriving at Blarney Castle

The Cliffs of Moher are a popular place to visit, so passing through Limerick, Bunratty Castle and Doolin on the way, might be something to consider before reaching the Cliffs or even on the way back to Limerick to end the day.

Your last touring day from Limerick could include Birr Castle,  the town of Athlone or the many delights around County Kildare itself. Again, plenty of choices on what to see and do to fill out your travel plans.

We hope this helps get you started, I'm sure our Industry partners and fellow members will have some advice also.

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Thank you Martin for your reply.
This has helped me greatly.
I have added this to my travel itinerary.
Cant wait, count down has begun. 19 weeks.
Posted Mon 20 Jan 2020 4:16 AM
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You are most welcome!

We are always happy to help with itineraries as we know there is so much to see and do it can be tricky to narrow down your plans.

See you in a few weeks, please feel free to share your experience with us when you are here and add a photo or two as you travel, we love photos! 📷



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