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UK & Ireland

Tour builder fo UK & Ireland. Build a trip yourself, or have experts plan it for you.

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Originally, Triptile was developed by Firebird Tours® as a tool for travel professionals so they could build custom multi-destination trips to anywhere in Europe. Today Triptile allows all users to connect any hubs in any European country and many countries around the world while providing you with recommendations for the best hotels, activities, and transportation to use during the trip. The best part, however, is that with Triptile you can plan your next vacation in a matter of minutes, not weeks. All of the travel inventory is supplied by Firebird Tours, one of the leading travel companies for Europe. Triptile is the perfect tool for you to plan a trip not only to European countries such as Italy, France and Spain but also outside of Europe to places in Scandinavia, Asia, Oceania, Alaska and virtually anywhere. You can use any of the services available on Triptile or add your own. You don’t have to make reservations with us but you can always ask our team for a quote. And if you do, rest assured you're in great hands. Ready to start building your trip?

How Does Triptile Work?

Triptile allows you to build complex multi-destination itineraries in several minutes

Select cities in 1 min
Select all the destinations you would like to visit. You can choose anything.
Add dates in 30 sec
Choose the start date of your trip and enter how many travelers are going.
Customize trip in 3 min
Change hotels, include (or exclude) activities, play around with the trip duration.
Trip is ready in under 5 min
Voilà! Your multi-city itinerary is ready in a matter of minutes. Now share it with friends!
Frequently Asked Questions about the United Kingdom and Ireland
Find out all of the answers to your burning questions on traveling to the UK and Ireland
In which season should I travel to the United Kingdom?
To see the UK blossoming and to not get stuck under rain we recommend traveling to UK in spring, which is when it is warm and dry, and not as cloudy. You will be pleasently surprised by the beautiful spring flowers and the richness of the vast landscapes situated on the UK's soil!...
What things made Ireland famous?
Ireland is unique in its culture country and is proudly bearing its flag for a good reason. Worldwide familiarity with Ireland comes from things such as The Emerald Island, Saint Patrick's Day, Leprechauns and the clover symbolism, Guinness beer and Irish whiskey, and of course, its magnificent castles that remain standing to this day!...
Where does the nickname "The Emerald Isle" come from?
The poetic name for Ireland that used to be common derives from the lush greenery of Ireland's landscapes. Ireland is known for some of the most scenic places on Earth, including the Giant's Causeway and The Ring of Kerry....
What food is the UK famous for?
When it comes to food, the United Kingdom has perfected the recipes for fish and chips, bangers and mash, Sunday roast, and of course, the English Breakfast. Despite their simplicity, the chefs add their own unique twist to the familiar cuisine, making the same dish in different restaurants with varying ingredients, but equally delicious!...
What are the two languages that Irish people speak?
Besides the familiar English that people speak in Ireland, it also has an official language of Irish or Gaeilge, which has an alphabet consisting of 18 letters! Also, in Northern Ireland, it is common to hear the soft strains of Ullans, which differs from English and Gaeilge....