From the St Patricks day parades to the foot tapping Irish dance music, Ireland has plethora of activities to allure a tourist. Come and be a part of its experience by enjoying our many itinerary options. The Republic of Ireland has a rich culture, that, along with its people, has been exported around the world. Ireland, in fact, has two cultures: the historical Gaelic culture (including one of the oldest literatures in Western Europe) and the more recent English-speaking culture which largely replaced it. It can be worth your while to dig a little deeper before visiting Ireland to discover something about the older world that lies beneath. It is a world still living, though not always visible. A small island with a big reputation: breath-taking landscapes and fascinating, friendly people, whose lyrical nature is expressed in the warmth of their welcome. As in Irish they say, ‘Fáilte go dtí Éire', We Welcome you with our hearts to explore this fascinating country with diverse options for the avid travelers. Plan and book your Ireland holiday package today to experience best of this country.
On arrival at Dublin International airport, you will be met and transferred to the hotel. Proceed for an Hop on Hop off tour of the city. With 28 stops along the way - including the Guinness Storehouse, the National Art Gallery, St Patrick's Cathedral and Old Jameson Distillery, this popular option ensures you don't miss a thing. Overnight in Dublin.
Today the day is free at leisure to explore the city at own pace. Explore the many pubs around the city or indulge in a walking tour of this college town. Overnight in Dublin.
Today, transfer to the train station in Dublin for your journey to Killarney.On arrival in Killarney, check in to the hotel.Enjoy a visit to Killarney National Park (Seat in coach).In the afternoon, enjoy a Jaunting Cart ride from your hotel to Killarney National Park, which includes the world famous lakes of Killarney, the mountains and woodland that surrounds them.
Overnight in Killarney
Customize your own itinerary and discover south west Ireland’s breathtaking natural beauty on this Ring of Kerry tour from Kilkenny. Enjoy panoramic cliff views along the Skellig Ring and hike to top spots like Valentia Island and Leacanabuiaile Fort. The scenery is worth rewarding as the landscapes dramatically change. Overnight in Killarney
This morning transfer on your own to the bus station in Killarney for your onward journey by public bus.Travel from Killarney to Galway, a city known for its festivals, music and bars.On arrival in Galway transfer and check in to the hotel.The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this vibrant and fun-loving city.Overnight in Galway.
Today after breakfast, marvel at the natural majesty of the UNESCO-listed Cliffs of Moher on a full-day trip to one of Ireland’s most popular attractions from Galway. Accompanied by a professional guide, travel south by luxury coach and pass through quaint fishing villages like Doolin and Kinvara. Admire the ancient fortress of Dunguaire Castle; immerse yourself in the Burren, a limestone landscape reminiscent of the moon’s surface; and then spend a leisurely two hours walking the trails surrounding the colossal Cliffs of Moher.
Overnight in Galway.
Today, after breakfast, transfer to the train station in Galway on your own.Continue your journey to Dublin.On arrival in Dublin, proceed on your own to the hotel.The rest of the evening is at leisure to explore the city.Overnight in Dublin.
This morning, transfer from the hotel to train station in Dublin for your train journey to Belfast.
Travel from Dublin to Belfast by train
On arrival in Belfast, proceed and check in at the hotel.Discover the city of Belfast on a hop on hop off tour (Seat in coach).Later, discover the city of Belfast on a hop on hop off tour and visit the Wall Murals, the birthplace of Titanic, Belfast City Hall. Later, explore the many parks and Botanic Gardens of Belfast.
Note: The tour starts from a city centre point, transportation to and from the hotel is not included.Overnight in Belfast.
This morning, drive past the Causeway Coastal Route through beautiful coastal towns and visit Cushendun - famous for the Cave which featured Melisandre giving birth to the shadow assassin! Continue to Carnlough - AKA Braavosi Canal where Ayra falls into the water during combat and visit the Ballintoy Harbour, where Theon Greyjoy cames back to Pyke Harbour. Later, continue to the Giant's Causeway -a UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ireland. Explore the Carrick-a-Rede Ropebridge followed by a visit to Larrybane - where Renly swears to Lady Stark that he will avenge Ned's death. End the tour at Dark Hedges - where Arya Stark makes her escape down The Kings Road.
(Note: There is a lot of walking on this tour and sometimes on uneven surfaces).Overnight in Belfast.
Today you will be met and transferred to the airport for your return flight back home.