Special Offers

Special rates for your trip to Ireland this Spring

Etihad Airways and Tourism Ireland bring you an amazing holiday offer like never before. In this latest offer you can enjoy discounted rates for airfares, hotels, shopping and tours. 

The discounts apply to:

•    15% discount on return flight tickets to Dublin on all classes of Etihad Airways. Book between 08 Jan and 20 Jan 2012 for travel from 1 February – 30 April 2012. Book now.

•   Shopping at Kildare Village ( which has boutiques of Anya Hindmarch, DKNY, Furla, Hobbs, Jaeger, Louise Kennedy, Molton Brown, N.Peal and many more) situated less than 60 minutes from Dublin city centre and get a VIP Card which gives you an additional 10% discount.

•    Discounts with a Dublin Pass, which gives free entry to over 30 of Dublin’s top visitor attractions.

•    The chance to explore the countryside with a special package at Ballyfin. A 2-night package costs €2,150 and includes full Irish Breakfast, Lunch, voya massage or facial, tea, coffee, home made cookies and much more.

For bookings, visit the Etihad Airways website.

Remember these bookings need to be made between 8 - 20 Jan for travel between 1 Feb to 30 Apr 2012.

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