Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report The Txakoli (or Chacoli) Wines of Coastal Basque Country
  2. 2 Itinerary review from a overplanner
  3. 3 Transferring from LCY to LHR . PLEASE HELP
  4. 4 Skye to Edinburgh
  5. 5 Parma/strasbourg or frankfurt???
  6. 6 Exchange: pros & cons?
  7. 7 Provence best farmstays!!??
  8. 8 Train in Switzerland from Basel to Zermatt to Zurich
  9. 9 Flat in London
  10. 10 Trip to Rome
  11. 11 How early in the spring to visit London & England?
  12. 12 4 or 5 nights in Rome? 4 or 5 nights on AC?
  13. 13 Connection time of 1:25 in Zurich on flight from US. Enough time?
  14. 14 Advice for 5 Weeks in the Nordic Countries
  15. 15 lurento sports car rental - anyone?
  16. 16 Cotswolds cottage ideas
  17. 17 Trip Report "Paris? Again?" And an odd pickpocketing
  18. 18 Another Venice question - first stop of first trip to Italy
  19. 19 Paris Navigo weekly Pass
  20. 20 Sunday and Monday in Provence area
  21. 21 Neighborhood for Dubrovnik
  22. 22 One night in Rome
  23. 23 Greece Itinerary Jun-Jul 2017
  24. 24 Places to cover in Switzerland in 8-9 days & then 5-6 days in Austria
  25. 25 European Travel & Trivia Quiz #162
View next 25 » Back to the top

Please help: Last minute Ireland itinerary

Jump to last reply

My in-laws are traveling to Ireland in a couple of weeks to see Penn State play in Dublin. They booked their trip through a tour company, but have asked us to help them plan some activities on the days that aren't accounted for with their tour package. They will have four full days on the ground, plus their arrival & departure days. Their hotel is booked, one day will be the game, and they have a 24 hop on/hop off pass, as well as admission passes for Guiness and the Jameson distillery (both of which are on the hop on/hop off bus route).

I haven't traveled in Ireland, so I don't have much to recommend to them in terms of oersonal experience and need some Fodorite expertise. They are a couple in their mid-60s who would be up for some walking, enjoy higher end dining, and would probably be more comfortable in a tour group setting than driving/exploring too far on their own.

Does anyone have any suggestions for guided day trips (group/coach tours are fine) outside of Dublin, and/or additional suggestions for must sees within Dublin?

Thank you in advance!

19 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement