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There are many ways you can travel to and around Ireland, including by air, sea, rail, bus/coach, motor vehicle, cycling and walking.

You can enjoy a ferry cruise from the UK. Within Ireland you can experience a chartered coach ride tour, public transport or just drive yourself, there are a variety of transport options. Whether you are making your own way around or via booking / travel agent or charter, it pays to do your research and planning.

Check out some of our listings for various travel options and services.

Republic of Ireland • Air Travel

There are many ways you can visit countries around the world, the most commonest being by air travel. Some countries have their own airlines servicing their country, with some smaller air services and charter also available, often linking the smaller towns and cities.

Most large air service providers have an international presence, providing international services often between capital and other major cities around the world.

Click here to view our current listing of International Airlines and Services.
Aer Lingus
• The former state-owned airline, now privatised, still bears the distinctive shamrock, and is still associated as the official flag carrier for Ireland.
Ryanair
• Europe low fares airline service. Connects you to Cork, Derry, Dublin, Kerry, Knock Ireland West and Shannon.
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Republic of Ireland • Car Hire

When looking for car hire from any town or city in any country and you are not sure of what company operates from your pick up location, it is suggested to visit the official tourism site for town/city/region and check to see if they offer any information or suggestions on car hire. You can also send them an email asking what car hire service operates in their location.

If you know that a certain car hire companies operates in your pick destination, send them an email or visit their website. If you are looking to drop the vehicle off in a different city, make sure you mention this in your email as well.

The majority of car hire company have a websites which should provide the option to enter in your pickup location and dates. If available they should also allow you to select a one-way-rental and/or drop-off in a different city/location. Following are a list of web sites offering car hire in the UK.

There are also a number of well known car rental brands, that operate from multiple destinations around the world. You can check their websites out to see if they operate in your destination.

If you just want to use a small local car hire service, where you will be returning the vehicle from the same pickup location, you can contact the tourism information centre for your pickup location for advice on car hire companies in that local area.
• Rental Car Hire Companies
County Car Rentals
• County Car Rentals is Ireland’s largest Independent Car Rental Company. Provide Lowest Priced Car Rental in Ireland with Best Quality and Service. We strive to maintain our base of loyal and repeat customers.
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Republic of Ireland • Cruise, Ships, Ferries

The landmass of Ireland (Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) is surrounded by the waters of the North Atlantic Ocean to the west, the North Channel (also known as the Straits of Moyle or Sea of Moyle) that separate Northern Ireland from Scotland, the Irish Sea, Saint George's Channel (a sea channel that connects the Irish Sea to the north and the Celtic Sea to the southwest), and the Celtic Sea off the southern coast of Ireland.

The main ferry terminals linking Scotland and Ireland are at Stranraer and Cairnryan.
AFerry.co.uk
• Offers you a huge choice of ferry companies and routes. You will not only be spoilt for choice but will also discover ferry routes that you've never known before. There are over 70 European ferry operators with over 1,000 ferry routes.
Brittany Ferries
• Take your pick from the widest choice of routes linking the UK and Ireland to France and Spain. Once on board relax and enjoy award-winning on-board service as we take you closer to your holiday.
Direct Ferries
• Over 1,100 ferry routes covering the whole of Europe and North Africa. Includes routes for destinations around the UK. Information provided on each destination, ferry company, ferry route and port - Europe wide. Includes list of ferry operators and ferry routes.
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• Republic of Ireland Cruise, Ships, Ferries
Celtic Link
• Your ferry company. Celtic Link Ferries provides passenger and freight services to Rosslare and Cherbourg. Celtic Link Ferries service and pricing has been designed to provide a low fares, no frills, value for money service. With 3 crossings per week to/from Ireland and France, travellers now have additional options to complement the existing ferry operator services.
P&O Ferries
• P&O Ferries connects Ireland to England, Northern Island to Scotland, England to Europe.

Timetables include: Dublin to Liverpool, Larne to Cairnryan or Troon, Calais to Dover, Rotterdam to Hull, Zeebrugge to Hull.
Stena Line
• Book ferry travel to Ireland, Britain and Holland at the official Stena Line website.

Timetable include: Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Dublin Port to Holyhead, Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead, Rosslare to Fishguard.

The former Belfast - Stranraer route has been replaced by the Belfast - Cairnryan.
 
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