Celebrate St Patrick's Day in Ireland itself. Absorb the beautiful scenery whilst sipping on a pint of Guiness with one of our great value St Patricks Day city breaks.

£50 off all Ireland bookings over £500

St Patricks Day in Belfast

Northern Ireland’s capital, Belfast has seen vast regeneration of late and is now a buzzing city with
cutting edge restaurants and bars. Yet is rightly proud of its fascinating Victorian industrial heritage and unique Titanic connection.

3 nights from £199pp

Ibis Belfast City Centre ***
3 nights | Bed & Breakfast
Departing from Liverpool with easyJet
Valid for travel 21 June 2013
Includes FREE entrance to Titanic Belfast
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MUST SEE

Titanic Belfast
The Titanic Quarter is a huge regeneration project built on the old Harland and Wolff shipyard, the centre piece of which is Titanic Belfast. Housed in an iconic new building and featuring state of the art technology, the exhibition is an interactive journey through Belfast’s history and the Titanic story.

Cresta customers receive one complimentary entry per person for bookings of flight and accomodation packages for three nights or more.

St Patrick's Day in Cork

Steeped in history, Ireland’s second city, Cork is fast gaining a reputation as one of Europe’s hippest. Built on islands in the River Lee, the many bridges give the city a continental feel which sits elegantly with the Georgian grandeur of its successful past.

3 nights from £285pp

Isaacs Cork Hotel ***
3 nights | Bed & Breakfast
Departing from London Heathrow with Aer Lingus
Valid for travel 07 June 2013
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MUST DO

  • A visit to Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone is a must for all visitors to Cork.
  • Take a trip out to West Cork to experience some fantastic whale & dolphin watching on the Irish coast.
  • To enjoy a peaceful day away from the bustling city take a train direct to Fota House and Gardens or visit the Fota Wildlife Park.
  • Explore the English Market, a covered food market dating from the early 17th Century that specialises in tempting local produce.

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