Ireland Uncovered


Ireland Uncovered

English speaking eascorted coach tour!




Dates 2017

 
20.05.2017 - 27.05.2017

03.06.2017 - 10.06.2017

15.07.2017 - 22.07.2017

19.08.2017 - 26.08.2017

09.09.2017 - 16.09.2017




Services Included:
 

  • 7 night’s accommodation at the suggested hotels or similar
  • Rooms with private bath/showers
  • 7 full Irish Breakfasts at your hotels
  •  Modern coach for 6 days
  • English speaking guide for 6 days
  • 5 Dinners
  • Tea and Scones per person on Day 3
  • Porterage of 1 bag per person

 

 

 Highlights:

  • Dublin
  • Tullamore Dew 
  • Connemara 
  • Kylemore Abbey 
  • Dan O’Hara’s Old Sod Tour 
  • Banquet dinner at Dunguaire castle 
  • Cliffs of Moher 
  • Bunratty Castle and Folk Park 
  • Ring of Kerry 
  • Ross Castle Jaunting Carts Tour
  • Blarney Castle
  • Glendalough
  • Guinness Storehouse
  • Traditional Irish Night with Dinner and Show
     

Contact us for more information! 
 info@irishwelcometours.com

 +353 (0)1 293 3000

 






 
Day 1. Arrival

Individual arrival to Dublin and transfer to the first hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2. Dublin - Galway

After breakfast meet with driver and guide and leave for a panoramic city tour of Dublin including Trinity grounds and Merrion Square.Leaving Dublin travel via Tullamore where you will take a tour to discover the home of the legendary Irish Whiskey. You will explore the production process from still house to warehouse and also sample an original triple blend Irish Whiskey. In the evening head to Dunguaire castle to savour a delicious four course banquet dinner. Overnight in Galway.
Day 3. Connemara

Today the magic and mystique of Connemara awaits you! This wind-swept magical region has captured the imagination and inspiration of artists and painters since time began and its natural terrain and unspoilt environment offers you a wonderful scenery. First stop will be at Dan O’Hara’s Cottage in the heart of Connemara. This award winning heritage centre offers a unique insight into the history and heritage of this most beautiful part of the West of Ireland. After taking the Old Sod tour enjoy tea and scones in the local restaurant. From here travel to Kylemore Abbey and visit arguably the jewel in the crown of the Connemara Region. In the afternoon stop and enjoy the view of Killary Harbour, Irelands only Fjord. Overnight in Galway.
Day 4. Galway - Killarney

Leaving behind the county of Galway you will be travelling south through the Burren - a unique limestone landscape, with megalithic tombs that predate the Roman and Egyptian civilisations and an astounding display of flora and fauna. You will stop at the Cliffs of Moher, a designated UNESCO site, standing on the precipices of Europe at some 702 feet and home to one of the major colonies of cliff nesting seabirds in Ireland. Continue towards Bunratty Castle and Folk Park in Clare.  You will be charmed as you visit the farm houses and cottages and watch the tasks of rural Irish family. Dinner and overnight in Killarney.
Day 5. Ring of Kerry

A full day tour of the famous Ring of Kerry - one of Ireland’s most scenic touring routes. At 110 miles long, it circles the awe-inspiring Iveragh Peninsula. You’ll feel as if you have moved into nature’s mystic arena, and truly you have, as you pass between soft mountains, through forest glades, around bogs, rivers, lakes and pristine beaches. In the afternoon enjoy a  jaunting cart tour to Ross Castle. Explore the beautiful scenery of Killarney National Park and discover the hidden delights of majestic 15th century Ross Castle. Overnight in Killarney.
Day 6. Killarney - Cork - Kilkenny

Leaving behind the county of Kerry your first stop today will be the historic Blarney Castle and the legendary Blarney Stone. You will also visit Cork City - Ireland’s second city, and you will learn more about the city’s history and have some time to explore the centre. Continue to Kilkenny and enjoy some time at leisure to explore most famous medieval city in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight in Kilkenny.
Day 7. Kilkenny - Dublin

Your first stop today will be the 6th century monastic site of Glendalough - located in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains in a beautiful valley with two small lakes. In the afternoon enjoy a visit to Guinness Storehouse - Ireland's no 1 visitor attraction.Seven-story visitor experience tells the epic tale of Ireland’s iconic drink and brings the heritage of Guinness to life from early days to its growth as a global brand. This evening you will have a chance to experience Irish music and dance night and enjoy a wholesome Irish dinner. Overnight in Dublin.
Day 8. Departure

Pack your bags and all those memories as you savour your remaining moments in Ireland. Individual transfer you to Dublin Airport where you will bid a final slán go foil (goodbye for now) to the Emerald Isle

Contact us for more details! 
info@irishwelcometours.com

 +353 (0)1 293 3000

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