Monday, February 23, 2015
Planning a chauffeurdriven vacation/holiday in Ireland
Our tourist season kicks off in March, and the first real influx of tourists arrive for St Patrick's day on the 17th March. I myself will be on the go a few days earlier, and hope to be in Killarney on that day to enjoy the annual parade there. There will be parades all over the country, and we will have a great variety of bands from the USA, with their wonderful colorful high kicking majorettes. The main parade in the centre of Dublin is a huge event, but i myself prefer the smaller country parades as the smaller crowds are easier to handle. The rural parades also feature great local participation, and the children, representing all of the various clubs, are out in force.
If you are planning a visit, or trying to plan one., then i would be only delighted to hear from you. That is what i do, and i do it well. There is so much to see here, and the danger is that you will try to cover too much, and end up exhausted and disappointed. Dublin alone could take a week, if you try to do everything. There are places that are a must to visit. Everybody wants to visit the Guinness brewery, and that is worth a visit. The book of Kells is another. Christchurch and St Patrick's cathedrals are also magnificent, and Kilmainham jail is one of my own favourites. How best to fit them all in is best left to those who know how.
Then you have the rural musts. Connemara, the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher, the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle peninsula, Kinsale, and the famous harbour town /port of Cove. Can you do all of that in a few days? With me you can.
How about selecting the proper kind of accommodation to ensure that you will get a good nights sleep every night, and that your location is not miles from the heart of everything.Once again i can do all of that for you. Is it expensive? I never get any complaints, but there is one way to find out. Just contact me and we can talk.
We still have free dates. Do not leave it too long though, there is only so much availability.
I look forward to hearing from you