Questions You May Have
Visiting IrelandUnited States:
There are currently eight routes to Ireland from the United States.
These include: Boston, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, Chicago, Charlotte, Atlanta and Orlando.
Airline Carriers: Aer Lingus, Delta Airlines, US Airways, American Airlines, Continental Airlines etc.
There are sixteen routes to Ireland from Great Britain.
These Include: London (LHR), London (LGW), London (STN), London (LCY), Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton, Newcastle, Leeds Bradford, Blackpool, Plymouth, Exeter, Cardiff, Isle of Man, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Teeside.
Airline Carriers: Ryan Air, Aer Lingus, BMI Baby, Easy Jet, FlyBe, Air France, Air Arann and Air Southwest.
There are sixteen routes to Ireland from France.
These Include: Paris Beauvais, Birritz, La Rochelle, Marseille, Carcassonne, Nantes, Toulouse, Nice, Bordeaux, Paris - Charles de Gaulle, Lyon, Perpignan, Rodez, Poitiers, Tours and Pau.
Airline Carriers: Ryan Air, Aer Lingus, KIM.Com and Air France.
There are nine routes from Germany to Ireland.
These Include: Berlin Schoenefeld, Frankfurt am main, Dussledorf International, Memmingen, Frankfurt Hahn, Munich, Stuggart, Hamburgh International, Cologne.
Airline Carriers: Ryan Air, Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, German Wings and TUI Fly
Special Requirements: If you or a member of your group have special requirements, please let us know and we will do our very best to ensure satisfaction. email@example.com
Irish Weather: Ireland experiences a relatively mild climate and our weather is usually to comfort. Winter can bring cloud cover and rain with an occassional outbreak of sunny spells. The temperature seldom falls below freezing so snow is unlikely, however during northly wind, it can get relatively cold so it’s important to remember that when packing your suitcase. The summer brings with it, many days of blue skys and sunshine although we are prone to what we describe as a sun shower which is usually very light and short in its nature. Overall Irish weather is quite mixed with some saying we get all seasons in one day. I advise that you bring rain gear when possible as you can never be too sure.
If you really want to experience Ireland in comfort, please bring your favourite pair of walking shoes, some light rain gear, sunglasses, a fleece, t-shirt and some easy to wear trousers. After all, you want to enjoy your journey without feeling restricted.
Don’t be disheartened though because there is always room for the glad rags ; most people get dressed up for dinner in the evening or when visiting a bar.
What you bring with you is very dependant on the time of year and if you’re travelling during the winter , it’s adviceable to bring a hat, scarf and gloves.
You can check the weather on http://www.met.ie/forecasts/ before you arrive and pack accordingly!!
Dining in Ireland:
Breakfast is served between 7.30 am-10.00a.m.
Lunchtime is considered to be from 12.30 p.m. - 2.00 p.m.
Dinner is anytime from 6.00p.m. - 9.00 p.m.
* Times may vary slightly
Most Irish businesses accept Master Card, Visa and cash (euro). However it is important to note that your bank may charge a fee for using your bank cards in Ireland.
Changing Currency: Irish Currency: Euro
In Ireland, Banks usually give the best exchage rate for foreign currency. Many banks offer this service. They usually open Monday to Friday between 9.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
Currency Converter: www.xe.com
All coaches used by Culture and Heritage Tours are deluxe, air conditioned vehicles and are no older than four years.
There is a minimum of fifteen people required for a customised tour.
We can make arrangements for your family on any of our itineraries.
Culture and Heritage Tours International Agents Include:
Mac Travel, Chicagoland/Milwaukee, Rising Road Tours, North Carolina, The Irish Connection, Georgia, Patrician Journeys, New Jersey, The Travel Connection, Ohio, Go Global Travel, Washington, Harrigan Holidays, Pennsylavania and Connaissance Travel and Tours, Canada.
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Cheap Flights: www.cheapflights.co.uk/ireland
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