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Personal Travel  Advisor


On contacting us you will be allocated your dedicated Personal Travel Advisor who is a local Ireland expert. All your interests and pursuits will be attended to and your travel arrangements taken care of. We put in the time so you don’t have to.

We here at Ireland Luxury Travel offer the highest level of personal attention to each of our clients. We know that this is the level of service that you expect and deserve. Ireland, although a small country, has a huge amount to offer. We handpick the best things to do and places to see,  tailored to your personal wish list. We design your ideal vacation.

We operate a 24 hour telephone emergency service during your stay here in Ireland.



Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Prices in Ireland vary from high season to low season. Depending on the time of year we recommend a budget starting at approximately $2,200 (€2,000) per person.

The best time to travel in Ireland is from April to October. The weather is drier there are longer daylight hours.

Ireland is and island on the west of Europe in the Atlantic sea. Its closest neighbours are the UK and France.

Yes you need a valid passport and depending were you are travelling from, you will need a travel visa.

Ireland has a huge variety of activities and sight seeing. Contact us to discuss your special interests.

The minimum age to rent a vehicle is 21 years (maximum 75).

You drive on the left side of the road in Ireland.

Saint Patrick’s Day is the 17th March.

The weather in Ireland is changeable. We recommend that you bring light rain jacket and light layers as the temperature is usually mild.

The typical temperature can reach 28, Celsius ( 82 Fahrenheit ) in the summer and a low of 5 Celsius ( 41 Fahrenheit) in the winter.

The Euro is the currency used in Ireland.

Yes there is currency exchange in the airports. All banks will exchange currency also. We do recommend that you bring some euros with you for the first few days of your vacation.

The electrical supply in Ireland is 230v 50hz. The plugs and sockets are different from the USA involving a three-pronged formation, the same as those used in the United Kingdom. If your appliances operate on a different current (such as those from North America) you will need a power converter and plug adapter. You can purchase an adaptor in the airport.

Yes Ireland is a very safe country to travel in.