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Source: Ireland

Stay in luxurious castles, charming bed & breakfast inns and drive through the countryside this autumn

Deals into November
 
Source: Great Value Vacations

The romance and adventure of train travel surround this three-city, six-night Ireland vacation in spring -- Ireland's most idyllic season.

Select dates March-April
 
Source: Great Value Vacations

Explore four of Ireland's most breathtaking cities with this six-night package

Select November-February departures
 
Source: CIE Tours International

This tour includes overnights in seven different cities, dinner shows, an escorted guide and visits to Ireland's top attractions

Depart Nov. 1; other dates available
 
Source: Isle Inn Tours

There's no better place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than Ireland.

Depart March 15
 
Source: Friendly Planet Travel

This comprehensive package explores both Ireland and Northern Ireland with stays in six cities.

Depart April 6; +$200 May 18
 
Priced for November; more departures available
EuropeanDestinations.com
 
Priced for Oct. 2 & May 7, 1; more dates available
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Priced for November; more departures available
EuropeanDestinations.com
 
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Great Value Vacations
 
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