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First of all is anybody familiar with Irishtourism. Two of us were going to do a fully escorted tour through an American company we used in Europe before, but we've changed our minds. I'm really interested in doing a self guided tour. I can't find any negative reviews by googling.
Anyway, I'd like to hear any tips on the self guided tours, we'll be going up to 8 days 7 nights and as low as 6 days and five nights. I was also considering taking a ferry to Scotland I have been through the entire country before, but my traveling companion has not and the tour we were to take was mainly Dublin and Meath e , and I think we should cover more ground. Its obviously your choice, but personally I would do the lot myself, I dont like the idea of seeing someone else's choice of what is interesting.
Book flights , BandBs, hotels and a car and off you go. Be aware that the B andB vouchers are very limiting on your choice as not everyone takes them. And yes, thousands of people take the ferry to Scotland , but this is not so simple as you might think, as the ferry goes from Northern Ireland U.
I don't think I'd be using vouchers on this tour. There IS a voucher option through a go-as-you-please plan, but I'd like my accommodations booked ahead of time, and I want to stick to those accommodations. I did some research on the ferry, and did realize it leaves from Northern Ireland , which I didn't think would be a problem, but would you elaborate on that?
Is it simply because it's leaving from another country, or are you concerned about the distance? I appreciate your expertise and opinion. I'm partial to flying from Ireland to Scotland , because I actually hate boats, but I've done several ferries before and survived, so I'll look into flying. Were you saying taking a rental care from the Republic to Northern Ireland might be an issue?