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Spectacular Sorrento

Set on a spectacular headland, Sorrento is set on one of the most magnificent coastlines in Italy, with stunning views sweeping across the Bay of Naples. It is both an ideal base from which to explore the main sights of the Neapolitan region and an enchanting town in its own right.

Cruise & Stay holidays with Royal Caribbean and Fahy Travel

Cruise & Stay holidays merge everything that is amazing about a cruise with a fun-filled stay in an extraordinary place. Whether you want a blissful beach break or to explore a city, you can easily pair it with a cruise experience to keep your journey constantly fresh and vibrant. Party, relax, and treat yourself on board before getting up close and personal with a fantastic destination, all in one holiday.

Cruise the Italian way with MSC and Fahy Travel Worldchoice

MSC is passionate about combining top quality with the best possible value so you can savour a perfect experience without worrying about the cost. That is why all its cruises include full board in the Mediterranean fusion cuisine main restaurants, and why it includes a huge number of activities on board free of charge, including pool complexes, water slides, and general activities.

Sorrento, Lake Garda and Sicily. Three must see Italian locations

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Italy is one of those countries that is bursting with things to visit, it oozes culture and history like few other nations. So how do you choose where to go? Picking a name out of a hat possibly, or better yet, you could visit them all. Corrib Travel has the lowdown on what makes these destinations so special.

Royal Caribbean cruise offers still available for this year – don’t miss the boat

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If you are looking to escape to the sun later this year, Fahy Travel and Royal Caribbean have some amazing value offers still to be had.

Cruise evening with MSC and Fahy Travel Worldchoice

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Are you thinking about cruising but want to hear more? Then go along to Fahy Travel on Friday March 31 from 5pm to 8pm and meet with MSC Cruise Lines. The team at MSC are passionate about combining top quality with the best possible value so you can savour a perfect experience without worrying about the cost. That’s why all their cruises include full board in the Mediterranean fusion cuisine main restaurants, and why they include a huge number of activities on board free of charge, including pool complexes, water slides, and general activities. So MSC cruises are more than good value, they are good sense, making an MSC cruise an unbeatable experience.

MSC Cruises… the Italian way

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MSC Cruises is enthusiastic about combining top quality with the best possible value so you can savour a perfect experience without worrying about the cost. That is why all the company's cruises include full board in the ships' Mediterranean fusion cuisine main restaurants, and why it includes a huge number of activities on board free of charge, from pool complexes, water slides and general activities — including quizzes, group games, and competitions, children's and teens' clubs — to the fitness facilities, library, casino, live music, and spectacular evening shows. Plus it offers a wide choice of money-saving packages to help you plan and budget everything in advance, from pampering massage and beauty treatments to drinks, speciality restaurants, shore excursions, and the little extras that make a big difference. So these cruises are more than good value, they are good sense, making an MSC cruise an unbeatable experience.

All at sea on a Mediterranean cruise

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You want to have a holiday but you have no one to go with. Going on holidays on your own can be scary, especially for older men and women who perhaps always had a spouse to travel with. To celebrate my 66th birthday I wanted to treat myself to a long wished-for dream; a Mediterranean cruise. But my husband could not get away on the dates I wanted. So I opted to go on my own. And it was one of the best holidays I ever had.

Italian organist to play Galway cathedral

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A NEW work by the Italian composer Claudio Perugini, will be performed by the Italian organist Antonio Caporaso at the next Galway Cathedral Recitals concert, this evening at 8pm.

 

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