Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Solvenia to Venice stops on the way
  2. 2 Recommendations for a Drive through Chianti
  3. 3 A couple of questions which are not quite answered
  4. 4 Poll: Most loved smaller European cities & towns (under 500,000 pop.)
  5. 5 Quickest and cheapest way to get to Marco Polo from Mogliano Veneto?
  6. 6 Car rental leaving Rome
  7. 7 small Paris hotel 6 or 7 Arr
  8. 8 Christmas Market and Parking
  9. 9 Naxos hotels? has anyone stayed at Finikas?
  10. 10 Paris Under Seige...
  11. 11 Barcelona to San Sebastian
  12. 12 London Travelcard vs oyster card
  13. 13 Pre-Booking Train Tickets
  14. 14 Summer Language Programs in Germany
  15. 15 Advices about our itiniary
  16. 16 Amsterdam - Germanyin mid April
  17. 17 Trip Report Celebrating Christmas Vienna!
  18. 18 Lisbon Portugal to Madrid Spain in January
  19. 19 Update on Bob the Navigator
  20. 20 Interested in Icelandic cuisine?
  21. 21 First Day: Cashel or Kilkenny?
  22. 22 Trip Report CAPITALIZING ON THE CAPITALS: Central Europe
  23. 23 Stroller in Europe
  24. 24 Visiting Turkey for Fun and Adventure, Oasis or Chaos
  25. 25 Trip Report Must be the season of the witch: Nikki's autumn trip to London and Paris
View next 25 » Back to the top

Solo Trip to Ireland

Jump to last reply

Hi! I am a 34 year old woman from Canada and I am finally going to be booking a trip to Ireland this year. I will be going in September or October and for 2-3 weeks depending on how cheaply I can plan this trip for. I really don't have any set plans so far and I'm feeling overwhelmed about what to see, how to travel etc. I'd love any suggestions or thoughts on the best way to spend two or three weeks in Ireland. I've heard a lot of good things about Galway so I'd like to spend a bit of time there but other than that I don't know where to start. Because I will be travelling solo, I would love to find a safe way to travel and meet people along the way, or find a tour that might help with that sort of thing but honestly, I just don't know where to begin.

I do know that driving for the whole trip doesn't seem like an option on my budget. As much as I would love to travel that way, It seems like it will add quite a bit of unecessary cost. Anyone have any thoughts on that? Maybe I'm wrong?

31 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.