Honeymoon & Romance Packages in Ireland
Fall in love with the Emerald Isle on these romantic getaways as you explore rolling green hills, ancient castles and rugged coastline. Experience famous Celtic hospitality on an Ireland honeymoon package that includes your accommodation, local transport and more.
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About Your Romantic Ireland Vacation
Ireland’s stunning landscapes, fascinating heritage and world-renowned hospitality will sweep you off your feet. And, no matter how you decide to explore, a dedicated travel consultant will take care of the planning for you. So all you need to do is relax and look forward to discovering the Emerald Isle together.
When you book a trip for two with Nordic Visitor, you can expect:
• An authentic travel experience operated by a trusted company
• A dedicated travel consultant to arrange your trip
• A detailed personal itinerary and hand-marked map
• Handpicked accommodation for a relaxing stay
• 24/7 phone support during your travels for peace of mind
It’s easy to start planning your trip to Ireland with Nordic Visitor. Simply follow these steps:
1. Pick your favourite Nordic Visitor tour
2. Confirm (or customise) your package
3. Check your confirmation email
4. Book your flights
5. Get ready for your trip
Why choose Nordic Visitor
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Secure your trip your way with Nordic Visitor. Book a tour with as little as 10% deposit. With a 20% deposit or more, you will receive our cancellation insurance free of charge. You can also pay the full price right away to guarantee today’s exchange rate. Terms & conditions apply.
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Nordic Visitor has been crafting authentic travel experiences in Northern Europe since 2002. Entrust your Irish honeymoon to us, and a personal travel consultant will use their regional expertise to make your trip unforgettable. With the details taken care of, you’ll be free to look forward to your getaway.
Our dedicated teams deliver excellent service quality, and this is reflected year after year when TripAdvisor awards us with their Certificate of Excellence. We also take great pride in our customer feedback: 97% of our travelers say they would recommend us to friends and family.
Customisable tour options
Designed by our specialists, these itineraries will let you explore the best of Ireland. But you can also personalise your trip by adding extra nights and handpicked excursions. And if you want to travel with a knowledgeable guide, opt for a private tour where you’ll have your very own driver-guide.
We understand that having somewhere relaxing to retreat to after a day of adventure is important. So we’ve carefully handpicked the places you’ll stay at on your romantic getaway. And if you’d like to treat yourself to a night or two in a castle hotel, just ask your travel consultant about upgrade options.
You are in good hands
If something unexpected crops up during your travels, contact our 24/7 helpline and a travel consultant will assist you. If needed, they’ll take care of rearranging your accommodation or activities. This way, you're free to unwind and enjoy your time together without worrying about logistics.
Full financial protection
With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your holiday arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded as we comply with European Union laws on Package Travel regulations. This guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event that the company experiences insolvency.
Ireland Tour Reviews
Feel the love for Ireland in these reviews from our wonderful guests.
Nordic Visitor made our Ireland honeymoon an absolute dream! From the moment we stepped off the plane, we were... read more
Nordic Visitor made our Ireland honeymoon an absolute dream! From the moment we stepped off the plane, we were happily stunned with how smoothly each part of our tour went. We were able to experience everything we really wanted to while still having extra time to see extra spots on our road trip. Booking with Nordic Visitor took the stress and hassle out of finding accommodation in each town so we could truly focus on each other and the experiences of this once-in-a-lifetime trip!
We were very happy that a really good map of Ireland was provided, which had our hotels highlighted, with the dates... read more
We were very happy that a really good map of Ireland was provided, which had our hotels highlighted, with the dates annotated, and our route and recommended places of interest also highlighted. Most hotels were centrally located and we had some lovely accommodation. The "Wild Atlantic Way" itinerary was really enjoyable, we were directed to some marvellous places & have some great memories. Our bound copy of the guide, together with the Touring Map of Ireland, are great mementoes of a wonderful holiday.
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Highlights of Ireland Honeymoon Vacations
Uncover the romance of the Emerald Isle, whether you pick a self-drive trip or a privately guided tour. Venture to Ireland together and soon you could…
- Dine out in style and learn to pour the perfect pint of Guinness in Dublin, the Irish capital
- Glimpse breathtaking scenery on the west coast as you explore the Wild Atlantic Way
- Roam the cobbled streets of Cork city, and dive into local history at nearby Blarney Castle
- Go on a romantic ramble or take a horse-drawn carriage through Killarney National Park
- Discover top spots, including the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher from captivating Galway
- Soak up natural beauty on the Ring of Kerry and try freshly caught seafood along the way
- Explore the Dingle Peninsula, home to mighty sea cliffs, golden beaches and fishing villages
- Check out the must-visit Titanic Museum in vibrant Belfast, the Northern Irish capital
- See Northern Ireland’s coastline at the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Advice for your Irish Getaway
Prepare for your romantic adventure in Ireland with these handy travel guides.
Frequently Asked Questions About
Ireland Honeymoon Trips
If you’d like to know more before booking your tour, check out these frequently asked questions about Ireland trips for couples. Browse this Ireland Travel Guide for more useful tips and information on visiting the Emerald Isle.
It’s also good to know that when you choose Nordic Visitor, you can Book With Confidence, safe in the knowledge that your payments are protected. Please read our FAQs and booking terms, for details about our booking process, payments and more.
Absolutely! The Emerald Isle is home to vibrant cities brimming with historic sights, and cosy pubs where you can listen to traditional Irish music. And of course, there’s natural beauty in spades. Picture yourselves exploring the windswept coastline, and idyllic countryside dotted with ancient castles.
What’s more, venture to Ireland with your loved one and the locals will welcome you with their world-renowned hospitality.
With all this to offer, a trip to the Emerald Isle will make for an unforgettable honeymoon, anniversary celebration or couples’ getaway. Discover even more reasons to visit Ireland.
Whether you want to unwind, have an action-packed trip, or a bit of both, Ireland is a perfect destination for your honeymoon. No matter if it’s nature, history or culture you’re interested in, there’s plenty to keep you both captivated.
Plus, the Emerald Isle is home to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, so you can experience two countries on one trip.
For a road trip to remember, follow one of the island’s jaw-dropping coastal routes. Aside from marvelling at breathtaking scenery, you’ll have opportunities to visit Celtic castles, stately manor houses and Neolithic sites. You’ll also encounter bustling cities and storybook villages, each with a tale to tell.
Or venture beyond the mainland by taking a boat trip to one of Ireland’s islands. For mighty clifftop views, head to Inis Mór (Inishmore), the largest of the Aran Islands. Here you’ll find the home of Aran knitwear and Dún Aonghasa, a prehistoric UNESCO-listed fort. Plus, travel in spring or summer and you could spot dolphins, or puffins nesting on the cliffs.
Irish road trips aren’t just about the dramatic seascapes though. Detour inland and you could explore rugged national parks where heather-covered hills, shimmering lakes, and fairytale forests are waiting.
If you’re a movie lover, you might want to experience some of the Emerald Isle’s most well-known filming locations.
For instance, there are the jagged Skellig Islands that featured in the Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. And if you’re a fan of the Harry Potter films, you might recognise the Cliffs of Moher from the fifth movie, The Half-Blood Prince. Meanwhile, head to Northern Ireland to glimpse the Dark Hedges, which starred in the hit TV series Game of Thrones.
There is no shortage of amazing places to spend your honeymoon or couples’ trip in Ireland. So to make the most of your time here, we recommend taking a road trip that includes sections of the Wild Atlantic Way. This way, you’ll see plenty of the top spots and enjoy staying in different places as you go.
Whether you opt to explore independently, or with a local guide, these are just some of the best places to visit in Ireland:
• Cliffs of Moher
• Ring of Kerry
• Dingle Peninsula
• Aran Islands
• Antrim Coast
Come to the Emerald Isle and you’ll soon discover that while some Irish castles are ruins, others have been converted into lavish hotels. So why not make your break even more special with a romantic overnight stay in one of them? As well as delicious Irish breakfasts, many of these castles also offer afternoon tea and sophisticated dining options.
Just ask your dedicated travel consultant about adding a castle or manor house hotel experience to your trip.
We recommend visiting Ireland between April and October because this time of year brings the best weather and longer daylight hours. Plus, while some attractions are open year-round, others close or have limited opening times during the winter months.
So if you’d like to take in the country’s top sights, spring, summer and autumn are the ideal seasons for travelling.
Spring – April and May – is a quieter time of year for exploring Ireland. So it’s perfect if you’re dreaming of a more tranquil getaway. Not only are there fewer other visitors around, but with long days you’ll have plenty of daylight for taking in the sights.
When you’re out and about, you’ll see the countryside bursting into life, with flowers blooming and wildlife beginning to make an appearance.
Summer – June, July and August – is the peak season for visiting Ireland. It’s when you’ll get the longest daylight hours and warmest temperatures. This makes summer an excellent time for outdoor activities, such as hiking.
Plus, the countryside will be at its most lush during the summer months. With rolling green hills stretching from coast to coast, it’s not hard to see why Ireland is sometimes called the Emerald Isle. It’s also when the cities are at their most lively.
Come to Ireland later in the year, and you’ll enjoy summery weather and long days at the beginning of September. Temperatures will start to drop as it becomes more autumnal from late September into October. Like spring, this is also a quieter time of year for sightseeing.
But no matter when you visit, you’ll be able to soak up the local culture at a wide range of events and festivals. For instance, you could check out favourites such as the Dublin Fringe, Belfast Arts Festival, and Galway Oyster and Seafood Festival.
Find out more about what these seasons have to offer in this guide to the best time to visit Ireland.
To get the most out of your visit to the Emerald Isle, we recommend spending at least 1 week in Ireland. This will give you time to take in the highlights on an itinerary brimming with must-see attractions. From Dublin, you could head to the west coast and trace the stunning coastline south before circling back to the capital.
Meanwhile, if you have 10 days to explore Ireland, why not extend your stay in exciting spots like Galway or Killarney? And enjoy more opportunities to immerse yourself in the local culture. For instance, you’ll have more time for activities like whiskey tastings and seeking out traditional folk music nights.
Or you could use these extra days to visit Northern Ireland. With its own rich heritage and culture, it’s well worth taking time to discover Ireland’s neighbour. Here you’ll find the stunning Antrim Coast, not to mention world-famous attractions like the Giant's Causeway and the Titanic Belfast Museum.
If you prefer travelling at a leisurely pace or want to experience both Ireland and Northern Ireland, you’ll need around 2 to 3 weeks. With more time, you’ll also be able to go beyond the top attractions to discover hidden gems along the way.
With its old-world appeal, misty valleys and countless historic attractions, it's no wonder you’re thinking about visiting Scotland too. Located just a short hop across the Irish Sea from Ireland, it’s easy to visit these Celtic neighbours on the same trip.
But instead of planning a trip to Ireland and Scotland yourself, why not let an Edinburgh-based expert take care of the details for you? Book one of these tours of Scotland and Ireland and your dedicated travel consultant will arrange your accommodation, excursions, and rental car or guide.
What’s more, your flight or ferry journey between Ireland and Scotland will be organised for you as part of your tour package.
Yes, choose one of these romantic escapes in Ireland and you’ll be able to tailor your tour package to suit your needs. In fact, you can easily personalise your itinerary by extending your trip with extra nights or adding optional excursions when you book online.
Take your pick from activities such as touring the Guinness Storehouse, and having afternoon tea on a vintage bus ride through Dublin. You could also set sail on a boat trip to the Skellig Islands or Inis Mór (Inishmore). If you have something specific in mind, speak to your dedicated travel consultant and they’ll be happy to advise you.
Or discover the Emerald Isle with a local expert by your side when you go for a privately guided tour of Ireland. Not only will your guide drive you from place to place, but they’ll share their in-depth knowledge of Ireland with you.
Of course, pick a Nordic Visitor privately guided or self-drive tour of Ireland and you can travel anytime from April to October. Once you’ve decided on a trip, check its online availability calendar and select the start date that works best for you.
On the other hand, you might opt to join an Ireland small group tour. In this case, you’ll have a choice of set departures between April and October.
We recommend checking what flights are available before booking your trip. But it’s best to hold off on purchasing them until after your tour package is confirmed. Once you’ve received a confirmation email from your travel consultant, you can go ahead and make your travel plans.
While the weather in Ireland tends to be at its best between April and October, you could experience changeable conditions during your trip. So no matter when you’re travelling, you’ll want to be prepared for rain and shine, as well as warm to chilly temperatures.
This list is a good place to start when deciding what to pack for your escape to Ireland:
- Comfortable hiking shoes or boots
- Waterproof jacket and trousers
- Warm, insulated jacket
- Fleece or woollen jumper
- Light base layers
- Shorts and trousers
- Cosy hat, scarf and gloves
- Sunglasses and sun cream
- Reusable water bottle
- Plug adapter for Ireland
You might also want to throw in a couple of smart outfits for evenings out. Not to mention a camera and lightweight tripod for capturing special moments. For tips on what to bring depending on the season, check out this Ireland packing guide.
Get in touch with our travel experts, whether you want to know more or are keen to start planning your dream trip. They’re ready to make your honeymoon or romantic break in Ireland unforgettable.
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