Ireland – a promising destination for Vietnamese travelers

Is very famous for the peace and majestic castles, Ireland is a destination which cannot be missed to any Vietnamese travelers during the journey to Europe. Ireland is one of the best countries for living conditions in the world. This country is located in Europe but not in the Schengen group, therefore to enter Ireland, you need to apply its visa. Furthermore, there are some information you need to know before departure.

How to travel to Ireland from Vietnam?

Because, Ireland is an island country so to reach it, besides ships (impractical), there are only flights.

From Vietnam, you need to take flights to countries in Europe or UK then take transit flight to Ireland. Currently, the cheap airline of Ireland is Ryan Air offering many flights to Ireland everyday from 30 European countries. The cheapest round flight is from Belgium (Charleroi airport in Brussels) to Dublin in Ireland (sometimes, dropped to EUR 20).

If you take flights from France, the fare will be higher. Also, Beauvais is quite far from central Paris (about 80km), the bus tickets are not cheap. Therefore, when obtaining visa, you should check flight fares via to find the best flights and make a proper plan based on it.

Should you need to book Ireland tours via a Vietnam travel agency?

If you have never been to Ireland before, the answer will be “Yes”. Many Vietnam travel agencies offer tour to abroad besides Vietnam tour packages . They will help you to plan tours, arrange activities and places to visit everyday.

Have a thorough look at the tours, you can find some suitable tours. In case you cannot find, you can send requests or call directly to the agencies. To get the most suitable tours, the best way is to make a direct call to exchange information easily.

Main attractions in Ireland

In capital of Dublin, you can visit many beautiful places such as, Samuel Beckett bridge, Dublin castle, Guinness beer factory…

After that, you can travel to Howth located on the Eastern beach of Ireland, 15km from Dublin. To reach this place, you can take the bus No31 or 31B which run every 30 minutes from 6am to 11pm with the price of EUR 3.5.

In Howth, you should visit Howth marine with hundred sailboats. Go to the final stops, you will see the famous cape of Howth with the lighthouse.

If traveling to the North, you will reach Belfast the capital of Northern Ireland (belong to UK) to visit the ship factory of Harland and Wolff where was the home of the legend Titanic. If you have not booked any tours from any agencies in Vietnam, you can buy a tour of Giants Causeway which takes 14 hours with the fare of EUR 65 to pass the border without applying UK visa and to visit Rope bridge, Giant’s causeway…

Toward to the Western Ireland, which is 260km from Dublin, you will visit the wonderful Cliffs of Moher. There is a bus running every 20 minutes from Dublin with an expensive fare of EUR 25 – 35 and traveling in 3 hours. However, if you buy a tour of Wildovertours which takes 13 hours with the fare of EUR 45 only,

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