Experience With The Irish
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Welcome in Ireland, a place of wonder and magic! You will be greeted upon arrival in Dublin by a representative and transported to your accommodation. Dublin, built by Vikings, is a tiny city perched between mountains and sea on Ireland's east coast. The remainder of the day is free for exploration of the city. You may also indulge in some retail therapy, since Dublin has a plethora of shopping locations to suit all preferences. Overnight in a Dublin hotel.
After breakfast today, take a hop-on hop-off tour of Dublin. Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, and the Old Jameson Distillery are among the tour's highlights. Overnight in a Dublin hotel. (B) Nota bene: Return transportation from the hotel to the central bus stop are at your own expense.
After breakfast, check-out and transfer to Dublin's railway station. Take the train to Killarney. Upon arrival, travel directly to the hotel and check-in. On a jaunting automobile, explore Killarney National Park (Jaunting car). Afternoon, board a jaunting vehicle and go to Killarney National Park, which is home to world-famous lakes, mountains, and woods. Overnight at a Killarney hotel. (B) Take note that the jaunting automobile journey will be shared.
After breakfast, explore the famed Ring of Kerry tour (Seat in coach). Enjoy a day of breath taking views as you visit the 'Ring of Kerry,' which is claimed to have some of Ireland's most spectacular landscape. In the heart of the black highlands, drive through the little towns and villages of Killorglin, Cahirciveen, Waterville, Sneem, and Molls Gap. Overnight at a Killarney hotel. (B) Take note that the Deros office on Main Street is only a short walk from the hotel.
This morning, check-out and go to Killarney's bus station. Take the bus to Galway, a picture-postcard city famous for its festivals, music, and pubs. When you arrive at the bus terminal, make your own way to the hotel and check-in. The remainder of the day is free to explore Galway, a vibrant and fun-loving city. Overnight in a Galway hotel. (B)
Take a trip to the Cliffs of Moher via the Burren (Public bus). Today, take a public bus from Galway and drive across the Burren to one of Ireland's most iconic landmarks – the Clifs of Moher. It is a limestone plateau where the brilliant light reflected by the stone-grey hills gives the impression of timelessness, which is reinforced by the numerous prehistoric relics scattered across the felds and valleys underneath. Later, drive to the Clifs of Moher, which extend along County Clare's Atlantic coast in western Ireland. Take in the panoramic views from O'Brien's Tower and then retrace your steps to Galway. Overnight in a Galway hotel. (B) Note: Return transports from the hotel to the city centre will be arranged independently.
Today, check-out and make your way to Galway's railway station. Take the train to Dublin. Upon arrival, make your own way to the hotel and check-in. The remainder of the day is free to explore the city. Overnight in a Dublin hotel. (B)
Today, check-out and make your way to Dublin's railway station. Take the train to Belfast. Upon arrival, make your own way to the hotel and check-in. Take a hop-on hop-off tour around Belfast to learn about the city. Later, take a hop-on hop-off tour around Belfast to learn about the city. Highlights include the Wall Murals on Falls Road and Crumlin Road; Titanic Belfast; and Belfast City Hall, which was constructed in 1906 in the classical Renaissance style using Portland stone. The main dome is the building's crowning feature. Belfast's parks, gardens, and galleries provide an ideal retreat for relaxation. Visit the Botanic Gardens, where you'll find the Palm House and Tropical Ravine. Astound yourself with the exotic tree species and amazing plant collections found here from the southern hemisphere. Overnight in a Belfast hotel. (B) Nota bene: Return transportation from the hotel to the central bus stop are at your own expense.
After breakfast, take a 'Game of Thrones' tour that includes a visit to the Giants Causeway (Seat in coach). This morning, drive down the Causeway Coastal Route via picturesque coastal communities to Cushendun, which is famed for the cave where Melisandre gave birth to the shadow assassin! Proceed to Carnlough, also known as Braavos Canal, where Ayra drowns during fighting, and Ballintoy Harbour, where Theon Greyjoy returns to Pyke Harbour. Later in the day, proceed to the Giant's Causeway, an Irish UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge before making your way to Larrybane, where Renly pledges to Lady Stark that he will revenge Ned's death. Finish the journey in Dark Hedges, the location of Arya Stark's escape down The Kings Road. Overnight in a Belfast hotel. (B) Nota bene: This excursion involves a significant amount of walking, some of it on difficult ground.
Today, you will be taken from your accommodation to the Belfast airport for your onward flight. (B)