Ireland holiday deals for September 2021

See all the historic castles, soaring sea cliffs and rolling green hills for less with these Ireland travel deals.

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A nation that's small but mighty, Ireland is roughly the size of Tasmania, but packs in loads of quaint villages, historic castles, famous breweries and distilleries, that will make you want to visit time and time again. And these Ireland holiday deals make doing so a lot more affordable.

Latest Ireland holiday deals


Up to 10% off flights + extra checked baggage

Expires 31 Dec 2021
Available on flights until 30 June 2022 exclusive for students. Destinations include Dublin, Paris, Ireland, Abu Dhabi and more. T&Cs apply.

Up to USD$30 off Europe flight fees

Expires 31 Dec 2021
Available on all travel dates when you use the code. Destinations include Madrid, London, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Rome and more. T&Cs apply.

Up to 100% off solo supplement

Available on select tours in 2021 and 2022 dates. Destinations include Turkey, Italy, Ireland, Spain and more. T&Cs apply.

Fast facts about Ireland

Where is it? It's on an island shared with Northern Ireland in the Atlantic Ocean, just west of the United Kingdom.

How do I get there? You can fly to Dublin with just one stop from across Australia with airlines like Emirates, Etihad and Qatar. To get to other airports in Ireland, you can only get there with two connections. Alternatively, being a small country, you can hire a car in Dublin and get to most destinations within a few hours. Read more...

When should I go? April-May and September-October are some of the best times to go to Ireland, as the summer months get very busy with tourists and the winter months are rather cold and damp. Read more...

What should I do? Wander around a historic castle, take a road trip and take in the scenery, have a tipple at the Guinness Storehouse or Jameson distillery. Read more...

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