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  • Dublin, Galway, Westport, Derry, Belfast9 days
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This trip takes in some of the most beautiful landscapes in Ireland’s west and north. Kick off your trip in Dublin before heading west to Galway, and then pay your respects to Yeats in Sligo. In Northern Ireland you’ll combine city experiences with some of the most incredible natural landscapes, and, who knows, you might even spot one of the ‘little people’!

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From the haunting beauty of the pure, unspoilt landscapes and the drama of the coastline, to the urban buzz of the country’s dynamic cities mixed with the magic of thousands of years’ worth of culture and history, Ireland is a country that never fails to surprise.

Beautiful landscapes and city experiences

Pay homage to Dublin’s great literary history and its most illustrious native son, James Joyce.

Learn all about W.B. Yeats in Sligo Town (and taste delicious scones) at the Yeats Memorial Building.

Derry is Ireland’s only walled city, stroll its thick parapet walkway for great views.

Places covered 9 Days
  • Day 1-2 Dublin, sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 3-4 Galway City, sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 5 Westport, County Mayo, sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 6 Sligo Town, sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 7 Derry Town, Northern Ireland
  • Day 8 Giant’s Causeway Coast, Northern Ireland
  • Day 9 Belfast, sightseeing and attractions
  • Days Details
  • 1-2 Dublin, sightseeing and attractions Experience Dublin as the locals do and walk the cobblestone streets, bars, cafes, art galleries and architectural splendour on foot. Brush with royalty at Dublin Castle, an 18th century castle that is built on a medieval plan of two courtyards. Warm up with some Irish stew at the Porterhouse, Dublin’s oldest microbrewery pub and try some Oyster Stout. Stroll around peaceful Trinity College, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, and now an oasis of peace and beauty. Get inspired at the Science Gallery, and catch some traditional Irish sounds at the Cobblestone.
  • 3-4 Galway City, sightseeing and attractions Galway City is one of the liveliest destinations in Ireland and is a favourite Weekend getaway for the Irish and is known as the city of festivals. Start at Eyre Square, the heart of the city, which has a memorial to John F. Kennedy, and continue to the artsy medieval quarter. Explore the charming Claddagh district, once an Irish-speaking fishing village and where the traditional Claddagh ring was first made. Visit Lynch’s Castle, Galway’s finest remaining example of a 16thcentury fortified house – some of the decorative details have a Spanish flair. The Galway Festival in mid-July showcases the best in theatre, arts, comedy and jazz, and the annual Oyster Festival in September celebrates the mollusk.
  • 5 Westport, County Mayo, sightseeing and attractions Westport is an attractive 18th century city in County Mayo, on the coast and framed by mountains, with some of Ireland’s west coast finest beaches nearby. Explore the city, starting at its central Octagon, whereas weekly farmers’ market is held, and visit the Westport House and Country Park – a stately and handsome lakeside Georgian and Victorian house. There are 36 islands in the Bay and the biggest is Clare Island, once the stronghold of a pirate queen, who is buried here.
  • 6 Sligo Town, sightseeing and attractions Sligo is Yeats territory. Yeats was inspired by the beauty and peace of the surrounding countryside and you can follow in the footsteps of Yeats and explore Sligo Town – the trail winds through places closely associated with the poet. Housed in a beautifully renovated school, the Model Arts Centre and Nil and Gallery is one of Ireland’s premier venues for visual and performing arts.
  • 7 Derry Town, Northern Ireland On to Derry, your first introduction to Northern Ireland, and famous for the ‘Bloody Sunday’ massacre in 1972. Walk Ireland’s only walled city and see fine examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture along the way with brightly painted pubs and museums. These walls are more than 6 feet deep. Learn all about Derry’s history in the Tower Museum, housed in a reconstructed medieval fort. And visit the Museum of Free Derry that pays homage to the events of the Bloody Sunday Massacre.
  • 8 Giant’s Causeway Coast, Northern Ireland From castles to white-washed villages, the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland is a region of outstanding natural beauty. According to Irish myth, the Giant’s Causeway was laid by warrior Finn Mac Cool to enable an easy crossing to his lover on Scotland’s Staff Island – it’s an extraordinary collection of 37,000 flat-topped basalt pillars that stretch out to sea – you can walk on top of the pillars. See the ruins of Dunluce Castle that sits on a 100ft high basalt rock and was once the seat of the Mac Donnells before most of it fell into the sea. And explore the Glens of Antrim, nine wooded river valleys near the shore that are the fabled haunt of the ‘wee folk’.
  • 9 Belfast, sightseeing and attractions See Belfast’s most popular attraction – Titanic Belfast– a stunning venue that marks the centenary of the loss of this famous vessel. See a fantastic series of interactive displays on Belfast’s industrial heritage as well as exhibits of the history of Titanic herself and exploring the seabed and finding the wreck. Visit the Titanic Quarter and visit the actual docks where theship was built and walk down into the huge chasm and explore the Pump-House. Take a tour of the beautiful Belfast City Hall that was built during the early part of the 20th century and see the impressive Parliament buildings with imposing views across Belfast and to the Black Mountains. The Crumlin Road Gaol is now a museum – learn about the history of this building and see the prison wings, the execution cells, and the tunnels to the courthouse.
€ 1,800 per person (Prices are in Euros and exclude international flights)
Price Per Person in Twin Sharing Accomodation
(Prices are in Euros and exclude international flights)

All rates mentioned are an approximate price per person on a twin-sharing basis, and are based on a minimum of 6-9 adults travelling together. Rates are subject to change based on the number of passengers and the time of year. (Flights, visas, travel insurance, lunches & dinners, personal expenses not included. There may be some itinerary activities not included also – please ask).

Inclusions :

- Traditional ,Boutique or Heritage accommodation where possible or Quality accommodation (on a twin-sharing basis) in centrally located 4*Hotels .

-Meals – breakfast in all destinations

- Internal Travel by rail - ferries - coach as applicable

-Guided sightseeing excursions as per the itinerary

-First arrival and last departure transfers

Most Holidays are based on Independent Travel . Holidays could be Customised to your requirements and you could choose to upgrade to Selfdrive or Exclusively Private basis .

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