Our trip to Ireland.
Ireland: Magical land of Celtic legends.
The Hotel: Isaacs Hostel.
The hotel includes ...
- Free breakfast Restaurant
- Bar or lounge
- Room service during limited hours
- Barbecue grills
- Bicycle rentals nearby
- electronic games room
- Reception 24 hours
- Laundry Luggage
- Number of buildings / towers - 1
- Year Built 1800
- Safe at the reception
- Fireplace in lobby
- Television in lobby
The three most important and beautiful places in Ireland.
- Killarney National Park: It was the first national park established in Ireland, created when Muckross house was donated to the Irish state in 1932. The park has since been substantially expanded and encompasses over 102.89 km2 of diverse ecology, including the Lakes of Killarney, woods oak and yew of international importance, and mountain peaks. It has herds of red deer, the only ones that can be found in Ireland, and the largest native forest remaining in Ireland.
- Cliffs of Moher: The cliffs rise 120 meters above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag's Head called and extend over 8 kilometers to reach a height of 214 m. O'Brien's Tower is a round stone tower that is about half of the cliffs. It was built by Sir Cornelius O'Brien in 1835 as a lookout for the hundreds of tourists who came to the place even at the time. From the top of the watchtower you can see the Aran Islands and Galway Bay, and the background the mountains in Connemara Maumturk.
- Dublin Cathedral: The cathedral was built in 1028 by King Sigtrygg Silkiskegg, Viking king treacherous fall in love with such a Tramye Lucyna, Dublin. It was probably a kind of dependent island the Archbishop of Canterbury. He stood on high ground from which the Wood Quay Viking settlement was observed. St Lawrence O'Toole, who was in 1152 the first Irish archbishop, began the expansion and reconstruction of the Nordic cathedral. When the Normans of England took over much of Ireland, the ancient Nordic cathedral was replaced by an Anglo-Norman archbishop John Cumin initiative, which would include a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic styles. This cathedral had a large number of crypts used as foundations, implying instability and ultimately building collapses and constant repairs.
Day 2: Sightseeing tour of the city where we can see: Merrion Square, Dublin Castle, Phoenix Park, Temple Bar, etc. Also we visit the Cathedral of San Patricio and Trinity College, accessing the old Liberia and watching the room Kells Book, magnifi illustrated manuscript of the ninth century. Afternoon free at your disposal, which we recommend an optional excursion to Glendalough monastic settlement of fourteen centuries of history situated in a deep valley in the Wicklow Mountains, a place to approach nature, traditions and character of Ireland.
Day 4: Departure to the Burren Region, an area of great geological interest and scenic tropical variety of fl ora Favored by the Gulf Stream. We will continue our way up to the Cliffs of Moher, The most impressive of all the country, Which fall vertically 200 meters above sea along 5km. We will continue to reach Bunratty, to visit the castle and make a visit to the past in the "Folk Park" reconstruction of a typical Irish town of the nineteenth century. Our route will continue through Limerick and Adare, one of the most beautiful villages in Ireland
Day 6: Departure for the fascinating Killorglin Ring of Kerry, one of the most beautiful routes in Ireland. Among lakes, valleys and mountains will skirt the coastline of the Iveragh Peninsula, crossing through the towns of Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Waterville and Sneem up to Kenmare. Cº leave behind Kerry, on our way to Cork. Tour of the city, European Capital of Culture in 2005 which will see: The Great Parade, Cathedral, St Patrick Street, Inglés Market, City Hall ...
Day 8: Free time until the scheduled time for transfer to airport to take flight to Spain.
Means of transport.
Daily buses operating in Dublin between 7:00 and 23:30.
Of 1-3 stops: € 1.65.
Of 4-7 stops: € 2,15.
Of 8-13 stops: € 2.40.
Over 13: € 2.80.
Of 1-7 stops: 1 €.
More than 7 stops: € 1.25.
Dublin has 24 bus lines running at night. Night buses operate Fridays and Saturdays between 00:00 and 04:00 hours.
The price per ride these buses is 5 €
If you plan to use the bus, most profitable and comfortable it is to purchase one of the subscriptions of several days or 3 days tourist pass. Buying them at the tourist information office from the airport (open daily from 8:00 to 22:00 hours) you can use to get to Dublin.
The trip will be around one 1020€ including all expenses of food,passage, hotel, all escurciones and visit more sites that transfer.