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IRELAND TRAVEL GUIDE
LanguagesEnglish, Irish Gaelic
What to eatIrish stew, soda bread, boxty (potato pancake) and seafood. Read all our Irish food favourites here!
What to bring backDonegal tweeds, Celtic jewellery (like a Claddagh ring), books from famous Irish authors (James Joyce, Colm Tóibín, Maeve Binchy, etc.), Irish whiskey and an Aran sweater.
Fun FactIreland might be commonly associated with leprechauns, but it’s fairies that mark the country’s green landscapes with mysterious ringforts. While most know now that these are actually the circular ruins of ancient stone buildings, some still believe that they are actually fairy forts, enchanted by druid magic and leading to secret realms.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
ABOUT MORE MOMENTSMore Moments make planning for a Euro trip easy. We pre-book excursions or activities in a destination and include them in your package. For an expertly curated European experience that ticks off all the must-sees, opt for a tour that includes More Moments!
MORE MOMENTS IN IRELANDA Galway Food Tour with Ireland East to West, a Giant’s Causeway Excursion with Tale of Two Cities, The Titanic Experience with From Scotland to Ireland, and more!
EXPERIENCE GUIDED & NON-GUIDED TOURS
Taste of Ireland - Fly and Drive
Glens & Gardens (7 nights)
Glens & Gardens (8 nights)
Taste of Ireland (8 nights)
Grand Tour of Ireland (12 nights)
Coach Tour: Irelande, La Belle Emeraude
Grand Tour of Ireland (13 nights)
Tale of two Cities (7 nights)
Dublin & Killarney (7 nights)
Ireland East to West (7 nights)
Tale of Two Cities - 8 Nights - Fly and Rail
Dublin & Killarney - (8 nights)
Ireland East to West (8 Nights)
Irish Highlights - Trafalgar
From Scotland to Ireland
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