It hosted the Ryder Cup in 2006, was the first region in which Guinness was brewed and it's home to cosmopolitan and party capital Dublin. If those aren't three great reasons to choose a coach holiday to East Ireland and Dublin, then the golden beaches, heritage attractions and natural beauty of this region won't fail to win visitors round.
Take a coach tour to Ireland's East and Dublin to explore spectacular waterfalls, valleys, mountains and lakes in Garden of Ireland Wicklow, or to try water sports in Westmeath or enjoy outdoors leisure in Longford and Laois. Make Dublin a port of call and hit the shops on Grafton Street, learn the history of Guinness at the Storehouse or sip a pint of the black stuff whilst being serenaded by Irish violinists in Temple Bar. Beyond Dublin, you may want to head to the racecourses of Kildare, or visit fascinating buildings in Louth or megalithic tombs in Meath. And if that's not enough, East Ireland and Dublin has a plethora of gardens and monastic sites waiting to be explored.