EPIC Ireland is an exciting new all-digital visitor attraction in Dublin’s CHQ Building – the former Custom House Quay – just a few minutes from Dublin’s ferry port.
“EPIC Ireland tells the story of the Irish Diaspora through a brilliant and highly-interactive exhibition, and it’s the perfect introduction to Ireland for first-time visitors,” says Irish Ferries head of passenger sales Dermot Merrigan.
“It’s another good reason for a trip to Dublin by ferry, staying at one of our hand-picked hotels that are ideal for self-drive breaks,” says Merrigan.
For example, sail from Holyhead in north Wales into Dublin on the cruise ferry Ulysses or Epsilon for a two-night stay at the Regency Hotel and pay as little as £178 per person.
That’s when two adults travel by car before 30 November 2016 and share a room at this friendly three-star that is an easy – ie same side of the River Liffey – 5km drive from Custom House Quay.
The package includes ‘the full Irish’ breakfast each morning and the hotel offers parking at €9 per day, should visitors decide to explore Dublin on foot or by bus.
EPIC Ireland opened in May this year and has received rave reviews from visitors. Entry is €14 for adults, with a family ticket costing €35 for two 2 adults & two children aged six to 15 (younger children free).
08717 300 400, www.irishferries.com