Irish Pub Tour Getaway ~
Air & Land Package Only $699 PPS
For only $699 you can recharge and revitalize in Cork & Kerry exploring the iconic beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way. Experience an authentic Irish culture in the warm cozy pubs with lively music.
Take advantage of this great new flight on Norwegian Airline from Providence, Rhode Island non-stop to Cork. Limited seats so book soon.
Irish Pub Tour Getaway
5 Day Air & Land Package: Feb Wed 7th – Sun 11th 2018
Depart U.S. on Feb Wed 7th to arrive in Ireland on Feb Thu 8th
$699 PP Sharing Double/Twin ~ $829 PP Single Room
- Feb 8th, 9th: 2 Nights Killarney – Killarney Avenue Hotel
- Feb 10th: 1 Night Kinsale – The Trident Hotel
Breakfast Each Morning (except morning of arrival)
Airfare with Norwegian Airlines *:
- 02/07/18 20:45 T.F Green Airport > Cork Airport 07:45 02/08/18 (+1 Day)
- 02/11/18 16:25 Cork Airport > T.F Green Airport 18:15 02/11/18
* – This airfare includes CABIN BAGGAGE ONLY due to the nature of the package as a short-stay trip. Checked bags as well as other seat selection and in-flight meals can be added for an additional cost.
- 1 Hotel Dinner in Killarney
- Round-trip Transfers from Cork Airport
- Private Coach for Transfers & Sightseeing
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