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Frequently Asked Questions

Travel is one of those things that naturally gives rise to questions, so we're here to put your mind at ease!

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Travel Club travelers are generally solo travelers, groups of friends, couples, or those simply looking to join a group. 

How many people will be on my trip?

The average group size is 10, but there could be up to 22 on your trip.

Are there age restrictions?

Yes! You must be 18+ at the time of travel.

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Travel Club travelers are generally solo travelers, groups of friends, couples, or those simply looking to join a group. 

Rooming is organized on a twin share basis. We pair up solo travelers with another traveler of the same gender as per the gender marker on their passport. If you'd like your own space you also have the choice to pay for an individual room. 

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If you have any food or dietary requirements, we will try our best to accommodate these. Please include this information at the time of booking so we can ensure your trip host has this information. 

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The hotels used on this trip are 3 and 4 star hotels, guest houses, or B&B's. 

 

We use centrally located accommodation so you can walk to as much as possible. The specific accommodations used vary from trip to trip depending on availability. In each case a hotel of a similar standard is used. 

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Airport transfers are not included in the price; however there are several easy and inexpensive options available.

  • Express Coach cost around €6 (each way), Free WiFi, and direct service. Leaving every 15 minutes. Stops at several locations in Dublin.

  • Taxis will cost around €20-25

  • City Bus

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Due to the nature of the trips, we request that travelers are limited to 1 suitcase or backpack and 1 day pack. We'll be using local transportation, and you'll be responsible for your own luggage, so make sure you feel comfortable managing what you'll be bringing. You should be able to easily maneuver your luggage. Local hotels may not have elevators, and you'll need to carry your bags. We recommend packing as light as possible.

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Ireland uses the Euro (€). Credit cards are widely accepted, but you may want to have cash on hand for smaller local establishments. You can easily use your ATM card, but make sure you tell your bank where you are going in advance. The best conversion rates are usually withdrawing from a local ATM once you arrive in Ireland.

How much cash should I bring?

We recommend bringing limited cash with you as ATM’s are available along the way. It is usually a good idea to have some with you when you arrive just in case. You know your spending habits best, so please keep this in mind for planning. 

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