Travel & Hotels

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Sligo's New Travel Service

Added: 05/05/15 : 09:32:06

Sunday Travel, Sligo’s low cost Travel Agency for flights and accommodation to destinations all over the world, is the answer to all travel obstacles.

The staff at this bright modern welcoming agency have access to a variety of discounts, special rates, insider information and travel offers that help them provide the highest levels of expert advice for their customers.

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Irish Ferries - 20 years sailing from Rosslare to Roscoff

Added: 03/07/15 : 06:28:39

Irish Ferries is this year celebrating the 20th anniversary of its service from Rosslare to the French port of Roscoff.

Inaugurated in Summer 1995, it was introduced to compliment the company’s then established services to Normandy, via the ports of Cherbourg and Le Havre and to provide passengers with a direct service to/from Brittany, a region popular amongst Irish holidaymakers.

Today, services to Roscoff form an important part of the wider Irish Ferries Ireland / France route network – one that includes year-round services from Rosslare to Cherbourg and a recently introduced, once-weekly return service from Dublin.

Over its two decades in operation, services to Roscoff have recorded some 1,230 ferry arrivals and departures. Passenger carryings on the route are in excess of 1.5 million passengers and 400,000 vehicles.

Photo: Irish Ferries cruise ferry Oscar Wilde – one of four vessels to operate between Rosslare and the Breton port of Roscoff, a route introduced in 1995 and which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary.