How do I plan a 2 week trip to Ireland?
- Day 1 – Arrive in Dublin.
- Day 2 – Dublin.
- Day 3 – Dublin.
- Day 4 – Belfast.
- Day 5 – The North Coast of Northern Ireland.
- Day 6 – The North Coast of Northern Ireland.
- Day 7 – Cliffs of Moher.
- Day 8 – Dromoland Castle Hotel.
What side of the road do they drive on in Ireland?
Cars on the island of Ireland drive on the left-hand side of the road.
What are the must sees in Ireland?
21 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Ireland
- The Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs of Moher.
- Grafton Street, Dublin.
- Killarney National Park and Muckross House & Gardens.
- The Book of Kells and Trinity College, Dublin.
- Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin.
- The Ring of Kerry.
- Glendalough, Co.
- Powerscourt House and Gardens, Co.
Does Ireland have Uber?
Yes, but you cannot hire private vehicles on it in Ireland. When you use Uber in Ireland, you will only be able to hire a regular taxi or a limousine. More reliable methods of hiring taxis in Ireland include apps like FREENOW or lynk or flagging them down on the street.
Where to go on a 2 Week Ireland road trip?
Head south out of Dublin stopping off at the quaint port towns of Dun Laoghaire, Bray, and Greystones, which are home to some great spots for breakfast as well as being relaxing spots to start the second day of your two weeks in Ireland Road Trip Itinerary.
How long to spend in Donegal?
With 2 full weeks, you can see a lot of Ireland and will give you the chance to visit Donegal, too remote to make it in my previous itinerary. Donegal is, I believe, the Ireland of dreams: large, sandy, tidal beaches swept by polar winds, crashing waves and screaming seagulls, and some of the highest cliffs in Europe.
What to do in Dublin after a transatlantic flight?
After a transatlantic flight you are likely to arrive in Dublin during the morning. Make the most of your day by taking your luggage to your accommodation and then joining either a bus tour or undertaking a self-guided walk around the city center. There is no need for a rental car today.