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viaje 7 dias necesito consejo.

viaje 7 dias necesito consejo.

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Hola buenas, os comento. tenemos un viaje programado del 11 de abril hasta el 18 de abril. Nuestro avion aterrizara en Dublin y nuestra idea era hospedarnos en Dublin y movernos desde alli a los sitios mas emblematicos de irlanda. que aconsejais? hospedarnos en otras ciudades tambien? o todo en Dublin tambien estaria bien? gracias y un saludo
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Go to Donegal to the town of Ardara, it's the best place with the Wild Atlantic Way, great views.
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Posted Thu 23 Feb 2017 11:36 AM
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Hello!

If you are planning to visit Belfast as part of your trip to Ireland you may like to consider visiting Titanic Belfast – recently named World’s Leading Tourist Attraction, to explore the sights, sounds, smells and stories of Titanic, as well as the city and people which made her.

Located beside the Titanic Slipways, the Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices and Hamilton Graving Dock – the very place where RMS Titanic was designed, built and launched in 1912, Titanic Belfast tells the story of the great ship, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to its maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.

Our self-guided Titanic Experience extends over nine interpretive and interactive galleries, while you can also visit SS Nomadic - the world’s last remaining White Star vessel and RMS Titanic’s original tender ship. Walk the decks, explore the ship, and take journey through over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history!

Our iconic building is located at the heart of Titanic Quarter - only a short walk from Belfast’s city centre, and only 90 minutes from Dublin. For further information please see www.titanicbelfast.com

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¡Hola, Asier! 

¡Bienvenido a nuestra Comunidad! Me alegra saber que vais a visitarnos en abril.

¿Estáis pensando en visitar la República, Irlanda del Norte o ambas? Es un poco complicado visitar toda la isla en tan solo una semana, pero seguro que podéis ver muchas cosas interesantes. Como ciudades, las más importantes serían Dublín, Belfast, Derry~Londonderry, Galway y Cork. Como capital y ciudad más grande de la isla, tenéis que alojaros en Dublín al menos una noche, ya que es¡Aunque no deberíais pasar por alto ciudades y pueblos no tan conocidos, pero igual de interesantes!

Mi consejo personal es que os hospedárais en otras ciudades también, ya que si tuvierais que volver a Dublín todos los días, no podríais aprovechar el tiempo debidamente. He reunido unos cuantos enlaces en este libro de recortes sobre distintos itinerarios a realizar, en función de vuestras preferencias. Espero que os sirvan de ayuda. Eso sí, ten en cuenta que, a no ser que te registres en nuestra página para guardarlo, el libro de recortes caducará al cabo de 30 días.

La verdad es que tenéis un montón de sitios a los que ir y disfrutar, así que si buscáis algún tipo de turismo en concreto, seguramente pueda darte más recomendaciones. Puedes echar un vistazo a este mapa, seguro que encuentras cosas que te llaman la atención en tu recorrido. No olvides echar un vistazo a nuestra sección de alojamiento para ir viendo todas las opciones que tenéis disponibles en función de vuestras preferencias. 


¡Espero que todo esto te sirva de ayuda y que tengáis un viaje inolvidable! Me encantaría que volvieras por aquí a contarnos vuestra experiencia :)

Jorge

Posted Thu 23 Feb 2017 11:50 AM
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Dear Asier.
April 11th to 18th - 7 days.
Get the map of Ireland and draw an imaginary line from Dublin to Galway. Now for 7 days you decide to travel North or South of this line.
11th Hopefully an early arrival to spend the day and night enjoying Dublin city attractions and night life. 
North on the 12th to Belfast - overnight 
13th Drive the coast road to Donegal Town (overnight) taking in all the sights and visitor attractions that you will pass along the way.
14th - Donegal Town to Westport town (overnight) - coastal drive.
15th - 16th - Westport to Galway (overnight 1 or 2 nights) - via Clifden - coastal drive 
17th - Galway to the Cliffs of Moher - via the Burren. returning to Dublin to overnight in Dublin.
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South. 11th to 18th April
12th Dublin to Waterford or Kilkenny (overnight)
13th Kilkenny to Kinsale (Co Cork) via Cobh via Cork City - to Kinsale (overnight)
14th Kinsale to Mizen Head - via Skibbereen - coastal drive to the Mizen (overnight)
15th Mizen Head to Killarney - via Sheeps Head, Bantry, Glengarriffe, Kenmare to Molls Gap to Killarney National Park and town of Killarney - (overnight 2 nights)
16th The Ring of Kerry or Dingle Peninsula - full day scenic driving - returning to Killarney
17th Killarney to Tarbery car ferry to the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare - returning to Dublin (overnight)

Enjoy yourself and greeting from Killarney.
Conor.

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Hi

Thank you for you enquiry please follow this link http://www.midulstercouncil.org/Things-To-Do/Tourism-Heritage and look for Mid Ulster Visitor Guide which lists accommodation, places to visit, local attractions, etc.

Enjoy your trip to Ireland.

Alison Hudson
Parks Mid Ulster Council

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Hi There!

Sounds like a lovely trip to Ireland!

Here at Railtours Ireland First Class we have tours from one day to nine days that visit all around Ireland.
I am sure we would have a tour that you would like.
Why not enjoy and be car free and care free!

You can check our tours out here on our Website :https://railtoursireland.com/

If you would like any further information contact us at in@railtoursireland.com or call our office on +353 1 8560044.
We would love to help find you a tour:)

Kind Regards
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muchas gracias a todos... seguir aconsejandome porfi
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Asier,

I would recommend a walking tour of Galway which I can provide. When in the Burren I would suggest a visit to Corcomroe Abbey near Bell Harbour and Hazel Mountain Choclate Factory. Visit Cong, Co. Mayo, Roundstone, Co. Galway.

All the best,

Brendan

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Welcome Asier, 

If you do come to the Co Clare you will find the iconic Cliffs of Moher...and you can take a 1 hour cliff cruise under the cliffs...truly a spectacular way to see them or take a half day trip to one of the Aran Islands, Inis Oirr with Bill O Brien's Doolin FerryCo.  Bill 
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