Ireland in depth
Embark on an unforgettable journey with wonderful sightseeing
From Temple Bar in Dublin, Killarney and the Wild Atlantic Way, to the Aran Islands, ancient megalithic tombs and the Titanic Experience in Belfast, plus the fascinating story of the mass emigration and deportation of the Irish to Australia.
Travel in a first-class air-conditioned touring coach
25 meals including breakfast daily (B), 2 lunches (L), 9 evening meals including a special farewell dinner with ‘Titanic themed menu’ (D)
14 nights specially selected hotel accommodation Hotel porterage of 1 bag per person (where available) Free WiFi at hotels
Personal audio system whilst on tour (where available) Local guides as described in the itinerary ALL tips for your Tour Manager, Driver and Local Guides Fully escorted by our experienced Tour Manager
Welcome drink in Dublin, Guinness Storehouse visit and tasting in Dublin, Irish coffee demonstration and tasting in Foynes, Bushmills whiskey tour and tasting ALL excursions, scenic drives, sightseeing and entrances as described Hand Selected Albatross Experiences including Lake Cruise and Jaunting Cars Killarney, Aran Islands boat ride and the 'Trad on the Prom' folklore show
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* The itinerary and hotels featured are based on 2024 tour departures and may be subject to change. For 2023 tour departures, please refer to your pre-departure documentation. Any questions, please contact our European Tour Specialists for further details.
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- Blarney Castle is set in a gorgeous location. The walk to it is very easy. If you wish to go to the stop to kiss the stone you need to negotiate a spiral staircase up the equivalent of about 4 storeys.
- Only one activity on the Aran Islands is physically taxing and that is when we visit the spectacular rock castle of Dun Aengus. The walkway is about 400 metres up a rocky road to the cliff top. It is quite straight forward and you just need to pace yourself and take your time. It is an incredible experience standing on top of the rock castle above those huge, wave battered cliffs. Alternatively, if you want, you can instead enjoy the woollen shops and café at the start of the walkway. Your choice.
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