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Explore Ireland: Dublin to Dublin Escorted Coach Tour

Duration
12 Days
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US$ 2,007

Experience the charms and attractions of this friendly country taking in all the highlights including visits to both Dublin and Belfast. Marvel at the spectacular beauty of the West and North Atlantic coastal scenery plus have lake cruises, pony rides, walking tours and much more.


This is a Top Value all-over Ireland escorted coach tour staying in 4 star hotels.

Stay overnight in Dublin before heading south to County Kerry and Blarney Castle where kissing the Blarney Stone is a tradition. Also visit the Blarney Woollen Mills, possibly the largest quality crafts shop in Ireland. Continue to Killarney in South West Ireland for a 2 night stay. 

Enjoy here a tour of the exceptional Ring of Kerry on the Iveragh Peninsula with its mountains, peat bogs, lakes and magnificent coastal scenery with views of the Dingle Peninsula and Dingle Bay to the north. Have stops in Waterville and the village of Sneem famous for its coloured houses.  Return via the Killarney National Park where you will have a pony and trap ride in what is known as a Jaunting Car. Later return to Killarney.

Leave Killarney and continue north to Tarbert where you will have a ferry ride across the Shannon River to Killimer. Then travel to the Atlantic Coast to view the immense and awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher which rise sheer out of the sea to a great height and are 8 kilometres/5 miles in length. Call in at the Atlantic Edge Centre.  After this, visit the Burron Region, a high plateau of porous limestone, a karsts landscape with some interesting plant life.  Continue to Limerick for overnight. Here you can partake in an optional medieval banquet at the 15th Century Bunratty Castle including a 4 course meal with wine. 

Travel north to Galway, your home for the next 2 nights. Here visit Galway Cathedral, one of the most impressive and largest building s in the city. Afterwards, have a 1 1/2   hour long cruise starting on the Corrib River and sailing into Lough Corrib, the largest lake in Ireland with its historic monuments. Return later to Galway.

The next morning brings a visit to Connemara, the land of mountains, rivers, lakes and small villages where the Gaelic language is still widely spoken. This area is the wildest and most remote part of the country.  Travel through Connemara National Park with its diverse flora and fauna. Also visit Kylemore Abbey with its miniature cathedral before returning to Galway. 

The following day, travel through County Sligo. Visit Carrowmore Cemetery with its 60 stone circles and passage tombs which are around 5000 years old and date back to the Stone Age. Also visit the Belleek Pottery Factory and have a demonstration of how the pottery is made.  Arrive eventually at Donegal for overnight.

Depart Donegal for Londonderry and have a walking tour of this old walled city before travelling along the Antrim Coast. Arrive at the fascinating spectacular Giants Causeway which is reputed to be 60 million years old. Legend has it that it was built by a fictitious Irish Giant under the sea all the way to Scotland to the east. Arrive in Belfast for a 2 night stay. 

The following morning have a tour of the city which includes the Albert Memorial Clock Tower (compared to the Tower of Pisa), the Opera house, Queen’s University and the Botanical Gardens. Also have a visit to both the Shankill and Falls Roads, the centres of “The Troubles”. Later enjoy the newly opened Titanic Experience where a recreated story of the World’s most famous ship is exhibited complete with interactive exhibitions. Also experience a voyage to the bottom of the sea at the unique Ocean Exploration Centre. 

Leave Belfast and travel south to the Ards Peninsula in County Down and enjoy a visit to the 18th Century Mount Stewart House and Gardens with its collection of rare and unusual plants. Later take a ferry from Portaferry to Strangford continuing to Dublin for a 2 night stay. 

Start your day with a tour of first the north side of the city including the General Post Office, O’Connell Street and Phoenix Park after which continue to the south side and take in the beautiful Georgian houses including the original home of Oscar Wilde, Trinity College with its ancient Book of Kells, Christchurch Cathedral and Dubliana with its exhibition about medieval Dublin. 

The evening can be filled with optional tours. Consider a session of Gaelic Games or an evening of traditional music and dancing. 

Depart from Dublin completing your exploration of fascinating and friendly Ireland

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Duration
12 Days
Prices From:
US$ 2,007

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Day 1

Welcome to Ireland

Upon arrival at Dublin Airport you will make your own way to your hotel in Dublin (please enquire if you prefer to pre-book a transfer). Depending on your arrival time, you are free to explore the city at your leisure. Your hotel will be within walking distance of the city centre. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property.

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Grand Hotel

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    Grand Hotel



    The Grand Hotel, ideally located by the sea in Dublin's most attractive town, Malahide, is also close to Dublin Airport and the M1/M50 motorways. Hotel's location in the heart of Malahide is a unique seaside retreat while remaining convenient to the attractions of Dublin city ...

    The Grand Hotel, ideally located by the sea in Dublin's most attractive town, Malahide, is also close to Dublin Airport and the M1/M50 motorways. Hotel's location in the heart of Malahide is a unique seaside retreat while remaining convenient to the attractions of Dublin city centre. Just 15 minutes from Dublin International Airport and 5 minutes from the M50 motorway the Grand Hotel is one of the finest 4-star hotels in Dublin. Hotel have beautiful bedrooms, many with sea views, a full range of conference and banquet facilities and our renowned Arena Health and Fitness Club.

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    • Banquet Facilities
    • Conference Room
    • Health Club
    • Restaurant

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Day 2

Ireland's Midlands, Blarney Castle and Kerry

Today meet with your coach and English speaking driver/guide, and depart Ireland's Capital traveling to County Kerry. En route stop in the town of Blarney to visit Blarney Castle. Here you will find the legendary Stone of Eloquence. Kiss it and you'll never again be lost for words. Enjoy some time for shopping at Blarney Woollen Mills. The presence of the Woollen Mills during the famine shielded Blarney from the worst effects of the famine, due to its employment of local workers. In 1976 Chris Kelleher, himself a mill worker, bought the old mill property. Within a short period of time Chris and his family transformed the mill into what is perhaps the largest quality craft shop in Ireland. Overnight in Kerry at the Dromhall Hotell (or similar).

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Duration2 Nights
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Dromhall Hotel

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    Dromhall Hotel



    The Dromhall Hotel is family owned & managed by the Randles Family who prides itself on first class comfort & service at its Killarney Hotels. The Dromhall Hotel is located 5 minutes' walk from the town centre and also near the INEC. The hotel includes ...

    The Dromhall Hotel is family owned & managed by the Randles Family who prides itself on first class comfort & service at its Killarney Hotels. The Dromhall Hotel is located 5 minutes' walk from the town centre and also near the INEC.

    The hotel includes 72 luxurious guest rooms, meeting rooms and wedding suites, Kayne's Bar & Bistro, The Abbey Restaurant. There is also complimentary Parking and Wi-Fi access available at the hotel.

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    • Bar
    • Conference Room
    • Meeting Rooms
    • Restaurant
    • Spa

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Day 3

Ring of Kerry

Today you will enjoy a superb tour of the Iveragh Peninsula, which will give you the opportunity to discover the Ring of Kerry. Taking in spectacular scenery such as mountains, peat, bogs, lakes and magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean. Leaving Killarney pass through Killorglin, famous for its Puck Fair, then to Glenbeigh where the cliff road affords panoramic views of the Dingle Peninsula and Dingle Bay. You will pass through the peat bogs one arrives at the sea town of Waterville. Continue to Sneem Village, famous for its brightly coloured houses.

Next you will enjoy transportation of a different kind! A pony and trap (also known as a Jaunting Car) helps you discover areas of Killarney National Park that you might not otherwise visit. Relax aboard a jaunting car as your "Jarvey" (driver) takes you through the magnificent scenery of the National Park. This evening enjoy dinner on your own in one of the many restaurants or pubs in Killarney town. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property

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Day 4

Burren and Cliffs of Moher

Travel northwards to Tarbert and take a short boat ride across the mouth of the river Shannon to land on Clare's shore at Killimer. Travel along the coast to the Cliffs of Moher, the most majestic cliffs in Ireland which rise from the Atlantic Ocean and extend for over 7km. On a clear day, you can admire the Aran Islands and Connemara Mountains. The cliffs reach their highest point just north of O'Brien's Tower, built by the descendants of Brian Boru to entertain his lady friends. A visit to the tower is also possible. Atlantic Edge is the exciting new interpretive centre built into the natural landscape in the cliffs. Enjoy a tour of the Burren Region. The Burren is a strange and unique region in Europe; it is a high plateau of porous limestone situated in Northern Clare. The limestone is bare, with no trees growing here or land covering the stone. But the Burren is not as deserted as you may believe: the cracks allow different types of flowers to grow all year round. The rocks hide many caves like Ailwee as well as "Turloughs", an interesting phenomenon which transforms lakes into fields during the summer. Continue to Limerick.Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property.

OPTIONAL Evening: Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle
Bunratty Castle was built in the 15th century by the Earl of Thomond and stands on the banks of the Raite River in County Clare. The Earl was known for his generosity and his lavish entertainment and banquets. The entertainment today is provided by the superb Bunratty Singers and is a fitting compliment to the lively mead reception, a four-course meal and of course good wine. Guests are invited to enjoy an unforgettable evening in the splendour of this magnificent castle and take a true step back in time to Medieval Ireland.

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Duration1 Night
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The George Boutique Hotel

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    The George Boutique Hotel



    The George Boutique Hotel Limerick is located right in the city centre close to shopping, entertainment and the commercial district. A luxury hotel that will not disappoint, we boast an eclectic mix of contemporary style and comfort. Guests can experience the perfect match of cutting ...

    The George Boutique Hotel Limerick is located right in the city centre close to shopping, entertainment and the commercial district. A luxury hotel that will not disappoint, we boast an eclectic mix of contemporary style and comfort. Guests can experience the perfect match of cutting edge cosmopolitan boutique hotel style and an unparalleled standard of service in swish luxury hotel surroundings in the heart of Limerick City. The central location will ensure that you have the perfect base to explore vibrant city.

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    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Business Centre
    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Meeting Rooms Available
    • Parking

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Day 5

Galway City and Lough Corrib Cruise

This morning travel to Galway city. Visit Galway Cathedral, one of the largest and most impressive buildings in the city. The exterior design may not be to everybody's taste, while the interior, with its high curved arches and central dome, has a simple but solid elegance. Enjoy a cruise along the Corrib River to Lough Corrib including scones and an Irish coffee (including demonstration). This journey on the Corrib Princess takes passengers along the majestic River Corrib and onto the lake. Visitors will see unsurpassed views of the historic monuments and natural amenities that make this one of the most spectacular waterways in Ireland. The cruise sails from Woodquay in the heart of Galway City and lasts approximately 90 minutes. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property.

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Duration2 Nights
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Clayton Hotel

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    Conveniently near the airport, Clayton Hotel Galway is in Galway (Ballybrit), close to Galway Race Course, Galway Clinic Private Hospital, and Merlin Park Hospital. Also nearby are Merlin Woods Park and Cooper's Hill Livery. Relax at this Galway hotel in one of our contemporary and ...

    Conveniently near the airport, Clayton Hotel Galway is in Galway (Ballybrit), close to Galway Race Course, Galway Clinic Private Hospital, and Merlin Park Hospital. Also nearby are Merlin Woods Park and Cooper's Hill Livery. Relax at this Galway hotel in one of our contemporary and chic bedrooms and enjoy the comfort of a pillow topped mattress, complete with crisp white linen, fluffy duvets and comfy pillows.

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    • Air Conditioning
    • Bar
    • Business Facilities
    • Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
    • Hairdryers
    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Laundry facilities
    • Lobby
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant
    • Sauna
    • Swimming Pool Access

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Day 6

Connemara

Today travel through the beautiful Connemara Region, a land of lakes and rivers, bogs and mountains, and small villages where Gaelic is still the spoken language. It is without doubt the wildest and most romantic part of Ireland. Enjoy some time at leisure in Connemara National Park. The park encompasses 2,957 hectares of rugged quartzite and schist terrain of north Connemara from sea level at Letterfrack to some of the peaks of the Twelve Bens Mountains. Visit Kylemore Abbey, built in 1868 by Mitchell Henry, and see its most famous feature the miniature Cathedral. It has been home to the Irish order of Benedictine nuns since 1920. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property.

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Day 7

Sligo, Carrowmore to Donegal

Today travel to Donegal via County Sligo. See the beautiful scenery which was an inspiration for W.B. Yeats, who is buried at Drumcliffe Churchyard, under loaf-shaped Benbulben Mountain. Visit Carrowmore Cemetery, which has over 60 stone circles and passage tombs, making it one of the largest Stone Age cemeteries in Europe and is the oldest megalithic cemetery in Ireland. The central tomb has been restored to enable visitors to explore the interior of a court tomb and see how it was when it was built over 5,000 years ago. It is a must see for those interested in Archaeology. Continue towards Sligo via Belleek. Here you will visit the Belleek Pottery Factory and see first-hand how this world renowned pottery is created. The factory tour allows visitors to see the pottery being removed from its moulds, being fired and decorated by the Belleek artists. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property.

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Duration1 Night
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Jacksons Hotel

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    Jackson's Hotel is an award-winning luxury four star hotel in Donegal offering exceptional amenities: 138 guest bedrooms, Garden Restaurant, Bally Buffet Bistro and Joe's Lounge Bar. Located in Ballybofey just twenty minutes from both Letterkenny and Donegal Town makes Jackson's the ideal hotel and venue ...

    Jackson's Hotel is an award-winning luxury four star hotel in Donegal offering exceptional amenities: 138 guest bedrooms, Garden Restaurant, Bally Buffet Bistro and Joe's Lounge Bar. Located in Ballybofey just twenty minutes from both Letterkenny and Donegal Town makes Jackson's the ideal hotel and venue when touring Donegal. Situated on the doorstep is the quaint and bustling town of Ballybofey, with shopping in McElhinney's and Foys, sport at Finn Park, home to the Finn Harps or catch a show in the Balor Theatre.

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    • Complimentary WI-FI
    • Lounge Bar
    • Night Club
    • Restaurant
    • Spa

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Day 8

Donegal to Belfast via Derry

This morning depart Donegal for Derry. Upon arrival, meet with your English speaking guide and enjoy a walking tour of the Walled City of Derry. Founded in the 6th century by St. Columba, Derry is the 2nd largest city and port of Northern Ireland. In 1613 the city was selected as a major plantation project, organized by the London livery companies. It was in this year that the walls of Derry were built to protect the town from the Gaelic chieftains in Donegal.

This afternoon travel along the Antrim coast to Belfast, visiting the Giants Causeway en route. The Causeway was formed more than 60 million years ago when red-hot lava erupted onto the surface of the earth and was cooled by the sea to form the columns which make up the Giants Causeway. Legend tells a different story however that Finn Mac Cumhaill built the causeway over the sea to Scotland in order to fight his arch enemy, Fingal, who had started his own path. The two had never met before and when Finn heard the heavy footsteps of Fingal he turned back. Helped by his wife, Finn dressed up as a baby and when Fingal arrived and saw Finn, Fingal assumed the baby's father would be much bigger. This scared him and he went running home, destroying the causeway behind him. Continue to Belfast. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property

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Duration2 Nights
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Europa Hotel

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    Europa Hotel



    The Europa Hotel in in a prime location, just a short distance from many of Belfast's top visitor attractions including the Ulster Museum, Grand Opera House, City Hall, Titanic Belfast, the Waterfront Hall and the Odyssey Arena. The Europa Hotel has an international reputation for ...

    The Europa Hotel in in a prime location, just a short distance from many of Belfast's top visitor attractions including the Ulster Museum, Grand Opera House, City Hall, Titanic Belfast, the Waterfront Hall and the Odyssey Arena. The Europa Hotel has an international reputation for hosting prestigious events and looking after many of the celebrities and VIPs who visit Belfast. At the Europa every guest is a VIP and will experience the finest in Irish Hospitality and highest level of customer service.

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    • 24 Hour Room Service
    • Bar
    • Concierge
    • Conference Facilities
    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Restaurant

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Day 9

Belfast and the Titanic Experience

This morning enjoy a guided tour of Belfast City. This is an excellent way to discover Belfast City and will take in the leaning Albert Memorial Clock Tower (Ireland's answer to the leaning Tower of Pisa) and the Opera House, as well as passing City Hall, the Crown Bar (dating from 1885), Queens University and the Botanic Gardens. Some tours will also visit the Harland and Wolfe Shipyard, where the Titanic was built and launched in 1912. A visit to the Shankill and Falls road will be of interest as it will give the visitor an indication of how life was in Belfast during the troubles.

Visit the Titanic Experience Belfast. Located in the heart of Belfast, the Titanic Belfast recreates the story of the world's most famous ship in a new iconic, six floor building right beside the historic site of the original ship's construction. Opened to coincide with the centenary, the self-guided tour begins upon entering the buildings giant atrium where visitors are surrounded by the four "ship's hull" shaped wings which house the Titanic Experience. You will uncover the true story of the Titanic from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900's through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and subsequent place in history through nine large galleries full of interactive exhibitions. Highlights include views of the slipways where the Titanic was launched and the voyage to the bottom of the sea in the unique Ocean Exploration Centre. Enjoy the afternoon at your leisure in Belfast City. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property

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Day 10

Strangford Lough and Mount Stewart

This morning enjoy a tour of the Ards Peninsula. Located in County Down, it separates Strangford Lough from the North Channel on Ireland's northeast coast. Visit Mount Stewart House and Garden, a magnificent 18th century house, which was home to the marquees of Londonderry. Expect to be enthralled by the 35 hectares of gardens, landscaped in the early 1900's by Lady Edith, wife of the 7th marquees, for the benefit of her children. It has an unrivalled collection of rare and unusual plants in late spring the Sunken Gardens is a blaze of vivid orange and yellow when the Azaleas reach their peak and the scarlet blooms of the Red Hand of Ulster in the Shamrock Garden are equally splendid. Other attractions include the Italian Gardens, the amazing Dodo Terrace, the beautiful lake and the Temple of the Winds, designed by James 'Athenian' Stuart in 1785. Next take the ferry from Portaferry to Strangford before continuing on to Dublin. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property.

OPTIONAL: Evening entertainment at Taylors Three Rock
Taylors Irish Night involves a rip roaring evening of traditional Irish song and dance accompanied by a great selection of quality Irish food to delight your pallet.

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Duration2 Nights
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Grand Hotel

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    The Grand Hotel, ideally located by the sea in Dublin's most attractive town, Malahide, is also close to Dublin Airport and the M1/M50 motorways. Hotel's location in the heart of Malahide is a unique seaside retreat while remaining convenient to the attractions of Dublin city ...

    The Grand Hotel, ideally located by the sea in Dublin's most attractive town, Malahide, is also close to Dublin Airport and the M1/M50 motorways. Hotel's location in the heart of Malahide is a unique seaside retreat while remaining convenient to the attractions of Dublin city centre. Just 15 minutes from Dublin International Airport and 5 minutes from the M50 motorway the Grand Hotel is one of the finest 4-star hotels in Dublin. Hotel have beautiful bedrooms, many with sea views, a full range of conference and banquet facilities and our renowned Arena Health and Fitness Club.

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    • Banquet Facilities
    • Conference Room
    • Health Club
    • Restaurant

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Day 11

Dublin's Fair City

After breakfast you will head out with your English speaking guide and enjoy an orientation tour of the city. The North side of the river offers striking monuments such as the GPO (General Post Office) on the city's main thoroughfare O'Connell Street or the Custom House along the quays, as well as Europe's largest public park, the Phoenix Park. The south side appears more sophisticated with its vast Georgian Squares, such as Merrion Square, where Oscar Wilde's House can still be found, its colourful doors along with Grafton Street and its quality shops. This part of the city is also home to the house of Bram Stoker, Trinity College and the Medieval District. Visit Trinity College, Irelands oldest University, founded in 1592 by Elisabeth 1st. Visit the ancient library, containing over 20,000 manuscripts and is home to the 9th century Book of Kells.

Last stop today will be a visit to Christchurch Cathedral. King Sitric Silkenbeard, the 1st Christian Viking King of Dublin, built the city's first church on this site in 1038.The current building was built in 1172 by the Anglo-Norman Richard de Clare (Strongbow). Similar to St Patrick's Cathedral, it is adorned with funeral monuments, including the reputed tomb of Strongbow. Unlike St. Patrick's however, Christchurch possess a crypt which stretches nearly its entire length and much of the Cathedrals memorabilia is displayed here. Attached to the Cathedral is Dublinia an excellent exhibition of medieval Dublin. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon at your leisure. Overnight at hotel listed or similar quality property

OPTIONAL: Enjoy a session of Gaelic Games with 'Experience Gaelic Games' (min. 10 people)
In Ireland, Gaelic Games, music, dance and our language lie at the heart of who we are and what it is to be Irish. Our games, music and dance are truly unique. They are exciting and engaging, and they will not simply interest visitors but will wow them. At Experience Gaelic Games visitors are offered the opportunity to engage with the truly fantastic side of Irish Culture and everyday life. The two main Gaelic games are Gaelic Football and Hurling and are both organized by the G.A.A (Gaelic Athletic Association). They are two of the most popular sports in Ireland today, with boys and girls across all age groups from Under 8 to 18, as well as men and women of all ages, enjoying and playing these games. At Experience Gaelic Games you have the chance to learn more about, and then play, the unique Irish games of Hurling, Gaelic Football and Handball.

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Day 12

Farewell

After a final Irish breakfast, you will say good bye to the group and continue on with your own arrangements.

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DEPARTURES:

2018: May 15, 29; Jul 3, 17; Aug 7, 28; Oct 2

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • 11 nights accommodation at 3-4 star hotels
  • Full Irish Breakfasts daily
  • Dinner at hotels on days 1, 5 and 7 (Dublin, Galway and Donegal)
  • Visits to Blarney Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Galway Cathedral, Kylemore Abbey, Carrowmore Cemetery, Belleek Pottery, Giant's Causeway, Titanic Experience, Castletown House, Trinity College, and Christchurch Cathedral
  • Jaunting car ride
  • Ferry ride across the river Shannon
  • Ferry ride from Portaferry to Strangford Lough
  • Cruise on river Corrib including Tea/Coffee, Scones and Irish Coffee
  • Modern motor-coach with driver/guide included as per itinerary
  • English speaking local guide for Day 8 (Derry City Tour) and Day 11 (Dublin City Tour)
  • Porterage x 1 piece of luggage per person in/out of hotels
  • Service charges
  • Taxes at existing rates.

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

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