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Get going on the Irish holiday you've always dreamed of with cheap all inclusive vacation deals. Whether you're drawn to the country for its whiskey and Guinness, the charming accent, or searching for a lucky shamrock, bet on FlightNetwork® to get you there for less.

Ireland Vacation Guide

Ireland has inspired poets, writers, and artists for several centuries. There are Celtic legends, leprechaun folklore, and good dose of Irish humour laced through it all. So why not make the most of cheap vacations to Ireland and see for yourself what all the fuss is about?

From the bustling energy of Dublin's Grafton Street to the small port cities of Cobh and Dingle, Ireland's natural beauty encompasses the majestic Wicklow mountains, the Burren's wilderness beauty, and the rolling green countryside of County Sligo. Added to all this is the warm and friendly nature of the Irish themselves, which leaves every visitor glad that they make a trip to the Emerald Isle.

Ireland has managed to develop its tourism industry without making the country too touristy. So while there are package deals galore, you can mix and match city tours with trips to the countryside, and luxury riverboat cruises with cozy B&B stays. Whatever kind of Irish holiday you're in the mood for, you're likely to find an all inclusive vacation deal that fits the bill perfectly.

Dublin City Aerial View featuring O'Connell Bridge over the river liffey

Top Destinations in Ireland

Find informative travel guides and book cheap flights to all cities in Ireland, including:

How to Save on Vacations to Ireland

Ireland is a small country and in most areas, you can fly to a larger city like Cork or Galway and then use that as your base to explore the surrounding areas. This will save you from the hassle of looking for additional hotels in the countryside —not always an easy task —and also get you better hotel deals when you book a stay of several nights at the same place.

In addition, most tour companies also offer discounts for advance bookings so by adding tours to the areas and attractions you're most keen on visiting, your savings on all inclusive vacations just keep getting better and better.

When to Go and Weather

The weather has never been a major draw for visitors to Ireland —it rains a lot here, and the year-round temperature averages 10°C. In just a few hours it can go from warm and sunny to windy and overcast, so dressing in layers is always advisable. The best time to book Ireland vacations is from late-June to August when the temperatures are higher, the rain less frequent, and everyone is more cheerful about the fact that the sun's out. But this is also Ireland's busiest tourist season so if you're looking for off-peak hotel rates and cheap airfares, book discount package deals in the shoulder periods from March to April or August to October.