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Established in 1997, e-travel is one of Ireland’s leading independent Travel Agents specialising in flights, cruising as well as long haul packages, hotels, online bookings, honeymoons, corporate travel and groups.

Book in euros and save up to 10%

e-travel have become synonymous with cruising in Ireland and have sailed away with numerous International awards for excellence in cruising including honours from Celebrity Cruises and Royal Caribbean International.

Discover fun-filled, action packed holidays for the whole family on board luxury ships bursting with amenities such as rock climbing walls, ice skating rinks, on board surf parks, broadway entertainment, great night life, shopping and worldwide cuisine. With all-inclusive cruises starting from just €320 per person sharing, cruising is one of the best value holiday options on the market today. The e-travel Cruise department can be contacted on 01 4081999 or

e-travel are now racing ahead with great value flights and with over 154 world-wide airlines on the one system, customers can be assured they are receiving the cheapest airfares and there are no booking fees on the majority of world-wide airlines booked online. The system is totally secure with a choice of payment options - credit card, laser card, cash or bank transfer and all flights re-checked by eTravel staff before issuing. The site features an easy to use price grid so customers can compare the cheapest or best flight options for their needs. The system also has information on airport terminals, airline code share details, seat maps, meals provided, over 10,000 discounted hotels worldwide and lots more all in one place.

So whether it’s lazing on a dazzling white sand beach beside an impossibly blue ocean or an action packed adventure or perhaps you have a longing for the pristine pink sand beaches of Bermuda, e-Travel can give you all the advice and tips to make your dream a reality. Call 01 4081999 or see

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