Now for the first time in the world - wannabeinireland.com brings together on one travel site, real time access for multiple bookings to Ireland covering all flights, ferries, car hire, accommodation and travel insurance.
With Ireland increasingly becoming the destination of choice for both business and leisure visitors and with more and more people using the web to book travel, there’s a gap waiting to be filled by a true one stop travel shop on-line, that allows users to book easily and instantly. Whereas there are other sites offering one or more of these services, only wannabeinireland.com puts them all together into one unique and impressive package.
It’s essentially a virtual travel agency that allows visitors from the UK to put together their own itinerary and pay in a single transaction. It’s an easy-to-use site that lets users browse and check availability, compare prices and make a real-time booking. Confirmation is instant, with no annoying deferred emails, phone calls or correspondence.
Browsers are taken through the process in simple steps. And payment is fully automated with just one transaction from the customer covering all their travel and accommodation requirements. Confirmation is sent straight away. Wannabeinireland.com accepts all major credit cards and, as you would expect, is a secure site.
Coverage is comprehensive, offering up to 600 flights a day, up to 60 daily sailings, 10 car-rental groups and all types of accommodation in over 3,000 properties across Ireland, including: hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, castles, cottages, farmhouses, self-catering accommodation, town houses and country houses.
Wannabeinireland.com is a venture by the major, publicly-listed travel and leisure company, Irish Continental Group plc and its launch has been welcomed by the Irish Tourist Board - Bord Fáilte Eireann. Director General, John Dully commented:
“The Internet is a crucial element of Ireland’s international tourism marketing. Given the unique attributes of wannabeinireland.com where visitors from Britain to Ireland will have all of their transport and accommodation needs catered for, the Irish Tourist Board warmly welcomes this innovative e-travel development”.