Over 50’s Holidays with Limerick Travel
Bedford House, Bedford Row, Limerick
1890 60 30 40 – sales@limericktravel.ie

FAQ'S

 

What is included?
Minimum stay of 7 nights (8 days)
Round trip flight with 1 checked in bag
Return transfers to your accom.
Assistance at the airport
Stay in 3/ 4* hotel with meals as specified in each hotel description, (1/4 wine and water with dinner in some hotels)
Entertainment in most hotels in the evening and some day time activities in some hotels.
Some Free excursion/s in the area depending on your length of stay/location, and day of arrival and destination.
Single supplement €20.00/€30  per night depending on Hotel - specified in Hotel details.
14, 21 /28 nights or in fact any duration  available just  check with us for details.


Who can travel?
To have access to the programme you must be over 50 years of age. If younger, travellers must be accompanied by someone that does conform to this age restriction!

Where can you go?
Costa del Sol, Costa de la Luz, Costa de Valencia, Majorca, Portugal (Algarve & Lisbon/Evora  & Porto areas) Malta  & Canaries.    Availability of destinations is subject to flight schedules - check with us for details.


Supplements
Supplement approx. €40 for following periods
Christmas
New Year 
Easter

Christmas/New Year Gala Dinners  also carry supplements - specified in  Hotel details.

Flight content of package to Majorca, Costa del Sol, Costa de la Luz  and Portugal  allowed is €160

Canaries  €260 

Passport Information
Up to date passports required and details given at time of booking.

What Airports Can I fly from?
You can fly from the following airports: Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Belfast, Derry, Knock & Kerry.

 

More and more people are travelling after retirement. Here we recognise that whether you are an experienced traveller, or a first-timer, you may have special needs while your away.Here we give you some tips to remember while travelling!

Your health overseas

It is important to be aware that the situation overseas may be very different to what you are used to at home. Organise comprehensive travel insurance before you depart can save you the worry of unexpected medical costs. Regardless of how healthy and fit you may be, it is still essential to have health insurance before you travel.

Some suggestions before your travel:

  • Visit or call your doctor to find out if any vaccinations or health checks are required and ideally you should take a small medical kit. with items such as headache tablets, antacids, antiseptic lotion, cotton wool, band-aids, latex gloves, safety pins,  sunscreen and an appropriate insect repellent.

While travelling:

  • Keep important medication with you in case your luggage goes missing

  • Be aware that items such as sissors, tweezers and pointed objects  cannot be taken on board in your hand luggage

  • Take enough medication with you to cover the length of the trip – it may not be available overseas

  • Keep taking your prescribed medication

  • Don’t over exercise – especially in hot climates

  • Where local tap water is not safe, drink plenty of bottled water (also use this to brush your teeth) and always check the seal on the bottle

  • Avoid ice in cool drinks – freezing preserves germs, it does not kill them

  • Beware of uncooked food including salads and fruit that you cannot peel

  • Wear comfortable shoes, a hat and sunscreen for sightseeing

  • Dress and behave conservatively, in accordance with local customs and sensitivities.

 

Avoid deep vein thrombosis (DVT) when flying:

  • Drink plenty of fluids (but avoid alcohol)

  • While seated stretch your feet and lower legs

  • Walk around the cabin at regular intervals

Finance and planning tips

  • Organise a variety of financial options for while you are away, including credit cards, travellers’ cheques and cash

  • Contact your debit card provider to confirm the location of automatic teller machines (ATMs) and whether your card will work in the ATMs overseas

  • Take photocopies of valuable travel documents including your passport, airline tickets, itinerary and travellers cheques. Leave a set with a friend or family member at home, and keep another copy in a separate place to the originals while overseas

  • Pack your senior citizens card, it might not work overseas, but it is worth taking with you – just in case

  • Ensure that your passport has at least six months’ validity – some countries will not allow you to enter otherwise

 

 

Cancellation:

If you have to cancel after booking, you are subject to a cancellation charge of €300,  cancel more than 60 days before departure 50% of total or  €300 (whichever is the greater), within 30 days of departure 100% cancellation.

Who are we?
Limerick Travel established in 1971 is one of Ireland's best known travel agencies.
As one of the country's larger agents we have been recognised as Irish Travel Agency of the Year on no less than 4 different occasions. The Company has a staff of over 40 experienced travel professionals dealing with all areas of travel.

Why book with Limerick Travel
Fully licenced and bonded TA1066
Authorised agent to sell Travel Senior programme in Ireland
Lowest Prices Guaranteed

Friendly and Efficient Service

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