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Viaggio da sola con i miei due figli (14 e 12 anni)

Viaggio da sola con i miei due figli (14 e 12 anni)

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Ciao a tutti, vorrei organizzare un viaggio in Irlanda per Agosto 2017 (circa 10/11 giorni) con i miei figli, di 14 e 12 anni . Sono già stata in Irlanda (da sola, anni fa) e mi piacerebbe vedere con loro tutte le cose che mi hanno affascinata (Dublino, il castello di Cahir, Cork, la penisola di Dingle, le Scogliere di Moher, ecc) ma anche altre che io stessa non ho visto (Galway, Mizen Head, Doolin e una puntata in traghetto alle Aran, ... ). All'inizio ho pensato ad un fly & drive, ma mi spaventa un po' viaggiare da sola con i ragazzi, soprattutto per la guida a sinistra... Che so - per esperienza personale - richiedere concentrazione per chi come me viene da Roma. Città in cui si è moooltooo più rilassati :) L'alternativa sarebbe un tour organizzato ma sono dubbiosa 1) per i costi e 2) per i  tempi congestionati che vengono imposti ai visitatori/turisti, togliendo la rilassatezza di godersi la bellezza d'Irlanda. Avete qualche suggerimento per risolvere il mio amletico dubbio? grazie molte :)
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Hello everyone, I would like to organize a trip to Ireland in August 2017 (10 or 11 days) with my children, aged 14 and 12 years. I have already been in Ireland (alone, many years ago) and I would love to see again with them all the things that have fascinated me (Dublin, Cahir Castle, Cork, Dingle Peninsula, the Cliffs of Moher, etc.) but also others treasures that I myself have not seen (Galway, Mizen Head, Doolin and a short trip by ferry to the Aran, ...). At first I thought to chose a fly-drive, but I'm a bit afraid to travel alone with the kids, especially for driving on the left ... that I know for sure - as my personal experience - require concentration for people like me who comes from Rome. City where everyone is such more relaxed! :) The alternative would be choosing an organized tour but I am doubtful 1) for the costs and 2) for congested times that are imposed on visitors / tourists, removing the relaxation to enjoy the beauty of Ireland. Have you any suggestions to solve my Hamlet-like doubt? thank you very much :)

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Hello, 

Here at Vagabond Tours of Ireland we get a good mix of parents and their children on tour (we can only take children over 8 years). The tours are active and fast paced - there are good options for you and your children to do fun activities like Horse Riding, Sea-Kayaking and Biking. You can view our tours here: https://vagabondtoursofireland.com/our-tours-of-ireland-2/adventure-tours-of-ireland/ 
Please note our tours are in English and are fully guided.
Ireland is a super destination and I am sure you will find the right option.
Kind regards, Alison at Vagabond Tours.

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Dear Emanuela,
I hope you are well and are looking forward to your upcoming trip to Ireland.
Railtours Ireland First Class are a tour operator providing tours by Rail throughout Ireland. Our tour packages range from 1 day to 9 days in duration.
Children of all ages are welcome on our tours and have always enjoyed their railtour experience.
We have many tours visiting all the major tour attractions in Ireland including Cork , Blarney Castle, The ring of Kerry, The Cliffs of Moher, The  Dingle Peninsula, The Aran Islands and Connemara among others.
You can view all of our tour packages online at www.railtoursireland.com.
We would be delighted to welcome your family to Ireland and on a car free care free railtour throughout Ireland.
Many thanks,
Fiona.

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Hi there,
Im just back from Rome...not so relaxed driving there!

Any way I'm Kieron and I can offer you accommodation near to Downpatrick, along with adventure trips like canoeing,cycling hillwalking etc and trips to Donegal, Dublin etc

Checkout maccadventure-ireland.com

Ciao

Kieron
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Ciao Emanuela,

ti dò il benvenuto nella nostra community.
Sono molto contento di sapere che sei già stata in Irlanda, che hai dei bei ricordi del tuo viaggio e che vorresti far rivivere le stesse emozioni ai tuoi figli.

Considerando che hai 10/11 giorni a disposizione per esplorare i posti che hai sopra elencato, potresti optare per tre soluzioni.
La prima, come tu hai già menzionato, è viaggiare in completa autonomia, noleggiando l'auto in aeroporto a Dublino e scegliendo le varie località che vorresti visitare lungo la Wild Atlantic Way, attraverso un itinerario che parte da Dublino e i suoi dintorni, passa per la costa celtica delle terre millenarie d'Irlanda, e poi prosegue lungo la costa ovest sino a giungere nella contea di Galway.
La seconda di cui ti parlo è viaggiare con i mezzi pubblici. In questo modo ti stresseresti di meno perché non devi fare altro che organizzare gli spostamenti in base a ciò che vuoi vedere, tenendo conto dei collegamenti, degli orari e delle tariffe. Quando sarai in Irlanda, potresti rivolgerti direttamente agli uffici turistici dislocati sul territorio per pianificare i tuoi spostamenti e scoprire cosa vedere e dove alloggiare nella zona. In questo articolo, inoltre, puoi trovare alcuni informazioni e consigli utili per chi viaggia con i bambini utilizzando i bus e treni.
Infine, la terza soluzione, sarebbe quella di consultare le nostre offerte oppure i tour operator italiani e irlandesi specializzati in viaggi organizzati e tour per famiglie in tutta l'Irlanda.

Spero che queste informazioni ti siano state d'aiuto e, se hai bisogno di ulteriori suggerimenti, sono sempre a tua disposizione!

Francesco
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Ciao Emanuela,


I hope that this message finds you well. Approved Tourist Guides Ireland www.tourguides.ie have a set of driver / guides who will also be able to help as well as some of the respondents to your query from above. If you are in Galway I can provide a wonderful tailored made walking tour of Galway city for you and the children at a very reasonable rates.


All the best,

Brendan.
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A website well worth checking out for what to see and do when you arrive in Ireland is the recently revamped website www.heritageisland.com.

This website is an invaluable tool for anyone planning a visit to Ireland, and profiles 87 premier visitor attractions and heritage towns around the island of Ireland. It provides useful information such as opening hours, dates, admission rates, languages available, on-site facilities, accessibility, etc., and also includes many stunning images and videos of each location.

There is also a section highlighting suggested touring routes throughout the island, which should be of great use to you in helping you get the most from your stay.

Many visitor attractions and heritage towns also organise festivals and events throughout the year, so it is worthwhile visiting the Events section of this website to see if there is anything taking place that might be worth taking a detour for: http://www.heritageisland.com/events/. Of course, these events are also a great place for getting to meet the locals.

Heritage Island also produces a comprehensive touring guide book and discount pass, providing considerable savings at most attractions featured in the guide and on the website, including many 2 for 1s, and % discounts off. This is available online for €8.45 including postage to anywhere in the world at: http://www.heritageisland.com/buy-your-ireland-touring-guide-2016-here/

I hope you have a wonderful and memorable trip to Ireland!
Best wishes,
Heritage Island team



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