From Italy to Dublin: 4 days 4 nights

From Italy to Dublin: 4 days 4 nights

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Ciao a tutti! 

I'm Chris and I'll be in Ireland with a friend of mine next week! 🇮🇪

I bought this trip without thinking and I didn't have any time to plan an itinerary. My idea is, but I'm open to suggestions, to take a car as soon as we arrive in Dublin (around lunchtime on the 25th) and go to Galway. Eat in the city and then go to sleep to be ready to visit Connemara the next morning. 

From there I have no other idea, I would love to visit as much as I can (mainly trekking places) and eat in local places. I would like to spend Saturday evening and night in Dublin and we also have time for some other activities in the morning because our flight is at 16:30. 

Grazie mille

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Ciao Christopher!

Thank you for reaching out to us. 😄
I am glad you planned this trip and we will be very happy to have you on the island soon!

First of all, I will share with you our advises on how to rent a car in Ireland, so that you can have more information about it.
In Galway you can have a great start by eating some traditional fish and chips at McDonagh's.
There are many activities to do and, as for every location that I will advise you to visit, I will leave you a link to our web pages with all the best places to eat and things to do.
Near Galway, beyond Connemara, the Cliffs of Moher are not to be missed (especially if you plan to do some trekking) and if you want to extend your trip a little more, Limerick is definitely worth a visit. Keep in mind that Galway, the Cliffs of Moher and Limerick are about an hour and a half apart from one another.
Then you can definitely enjoy Saturday in Dublin and again, things to do are enough to keep you busy even for the morning of your departure day.

Spero di averti dato maggiori spunti da cui organizzare il vostro viaggio!
Per qualsiasi altra informazione non esitare a ricontattarci.

Buon viaggio!

Elisa ☘️

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Ciao Elisa, grazie mille! 

Do you think that I can visit Connemara (Diamond Hill trekking) and the Cliffs of Moher in the same day? And then maybe spend the night in Limerick. 

The next day we can visit Dingle area, it would be a partial Wild Atlantic Way. 

Grazie ancora 
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Ciao Christopher!

Yes, you can! 😉 If you have an early start in the morning. The island of Ireland doesn't have big distances.

The Diamond Hill Loop walk estimated time is of about 120 minutes, so if you're used to walking and pretty fit, in about 2 hours and a half you'll be done (I've included some stops for pictures or other breaks).

For places to sleep in Limerick and in Dublin (if you haven't booked one already), have a look at our accommodation tool.
And since you mentioned places to eat, here you have an interesting and useful article on where to eat once you arrive in Dublin.

Make sure you don't miss interesting things to see and do during your time in the city!

The last thing, have a look at our checklist of the things you need before leaving, including the documents for the Covid-19 measurements in place on the island. ☘️

Vediamo anche cosa ne pensa Elisa, che ti ha già dispensato preziosi consigli 👍
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Ciao Christopher!

Direi che Marcella ti ha già detto tutto. 😉

That's right! If you can have the whole day at your disposal, from early in the morning, then you will be able to do everything in one day.
It just really depends on you and how much time you will desire to take for each activity and there you go...
Ireland is there for you to enjoy!

Ti auguro una buona serata.

Elisa ☘️


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