We’ve gathered together a list of the the hottest deals and coupons available for visitors to Ireland, with up to 70% discounts on hotels, restaurants, visitor centres and activities.
This page is updated daily and most deals are available only for a few days – so check back regularly.Read More
Until the end of 2011 there is free entrance to all historic buildings, monuments and other sites in Ireland that are in the care of the OPW.
The list includes well known places like Kilmainham Goal, Brú na Boinne and Dublin Castle, and heritage sites in every county in Ireland. Get out and enjoy!Read More
The fact that all these places are completely free to visit does not in any way make them inferior – some of the most popular visitor attractions in Ireland are on this list.
If you are traveling to Ireland on a tight budget, this is definitely a page you need to print out and take with you.Read More
B&B vouchers are widely available and many people planning a trip to Ireland at least consider buying them. But are they a good deal?
Wendy takes a look at the pros and cons of buying vouchers, to help you to decide whether or not they will be good value for you.Read More
The hotel market in Ireland is oversupplied -which means there are bargains to be had. If you can travel off-season great, but even if you can’t it is possible to get great prices.
These tips will help you to reduce your accommodation costs without compromising on quality.Read More
UPDATED Dec 17th 2011. Like any capital city Dublin has an abundance of budget restaurants, ranging from excellent to absolutely abysmal. This is a selection of twelve of the best.
All, of course, serves excellent food and many are in themselves and experience, with a unique style or a particularly special atmosphere.Read More
Visitors to Ireland from non-EU countries can claim back the VAT (or sales tax) they spend on certain goods in Ireland.
However knowing how to do so and ensuring you have all the necessary documentation requires a little bit of homework – but with VAT rates as high as 21%, this is homework well worth doing.Read More
Fuel in Ireland is expensive, and it’s even more expensive in Northern Ireland. This is partly down to international oil prices, but also to heavier government taxes on fuel than in other countries.
On the positive side however, rental cars here tend to be new and quite economical to run and there are some other ways you can save a little money.Read More