IRELAND


With a name like "Emerald Isle", Ireland has a big reputation to live up to, and luckily it delivers in spades. A land of myth and legend, saints and sinners, the real Ireland is trademarked by its charismatic characters, who know how to spin a good yarn and welcome you to join in as they eat, sing, drink and dance. The Celtic legends and stories of spirited faeries and heroic battles will come alive as you take in the eye-popping landscapes. A palette of green blankets the peaty lowlands and bogs, soaring rugged cliffs and meandering rivers, while stone relics of the past adorn craggy peaks and nestle beside tranquil lakes. As nature makes its own music, so too do the Irish people - live jam sessions are a regular affair in pubs across the country, and the tuneful nature of the Irish is evident in both its musical and literary heritage. But the cultural treasures only continue from there, including a rich and hearty cuisine, celebrated distilleries and breweries, prehistoric sites and lively summer festivals. From the cιad mνle fαilte (a hundred thousand welcomes) that greets you to the majestic scenery that surrounds, this island has a powerful energy that will pull you back for more.

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Dublin – Galway – Kerry – Limerick

Dublin-Galway

This classic one-week itinerary of Ireland is great for first-time visitors.

Dublin (1 night) - Dublin city sights like Trinity College and National Museum of Ireland, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Old Jameson Distillery
Galway (2 nights) - Galway, Connemara, Maam Cross & Clifden
Kerry (2 nights) – The Burren and Cliffs of Moher, Iveragh Peninsula, Killarney, Ring of Kerry, Sneem
Limerick (1 night) – Dingle Peninsula and Limerick
Dublin (1 night) – Dublin city

Dublin – Cork – Kerry – Limerick – Galway – Donegal – Derry – Belfast

Cork

This is an extended classic itinerary that covers the highlights of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Dublin (1 night) – Dublin city sights like Trinity College and National Museum of Ireland, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Old Jameson Distillery
Cork (1 night) – Kilkenny, Cork city and English Market or Cobh Titanic Experience
Kerry (2 nights) – Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic Way
Limerick (1 night) – Dingle Peninsula, Adare and Limerick
Galway (2 nights) – The Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Galway and Connemara
Donegal (2 nights) – Sligo area, Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery, Donegal town, Slieve League Cliffs, and Glenveagh
Derry (1 night) – Derry city center
Belfast (1 night) – Giant's Causeway, Old Bushmills Distillery
Dublin (1 night) – Boyne Valley: Newgrange and megalithic tombs, Dublin city

Dublin – Kilkenny – Cork – Killarney – Dingle – Galway

Kilkenny

This itinerary is especially designed for lovers of Irish whiskey, pubs and brews.

Dublin (1 night) - Dublin city, Guinness Brewery and Storehouse
Kilkenny (1 night) - Wicklow and Brewery, Kilkenny and Smithwick's Experience
Cork (1 night) - Ballyvolane House, Old Midleton Distillery, Cork city, Franciscan Well Brewery
Killarney (2 nights) – Beara Peninsula, Killarney town and Brewery, Ring of Kerry, The Jarvey's Rest
Dingle (1 night) – Dingle Peninsula and Whiskey Distillery, Iveragh Peninsula, Adare and Limerick
Galway (2 nights) – The Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Connemara, Galway city and Whiskey Trail Galway
Dublin (1 night) - Kilbeggan Distillery, Tullaore Dew Heritage Center, Irish Whiskey Museum, Slane Castle Distillery

Dublin – Wicklow – Kinsale – Dingle – Connemara

Wicklow

Get a taste of Ireland with this 8-night itinerary made for food lovers.

Dublin (1 night) - Dublin city, Guinness Brewery and Storehouse & Butler's Chocolate Experience
Wicklow (2 nights) - Ashford, Wicklow, Ballyknocken Cookery School, Glendalough
Kinsale (2 nights) - Waterford, Harty Oyster Farm, Ballymaloe Gardens and Cookery School, Cork city and English Market, Butter Museum, Kinsale, Wine Museum and Charles Fort
Dingle (1 night) – Killarney National Park, Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head, Murphy's Ice Cream
Connemara (1 night) – Adare, St. Tola's Goat Farm, Cliffs of Moher, Burren Smokehouse
Dublin (1 night) – Rathbaun Farm, Kilbeggan Distillery, Howth



Regions of Ireland


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Customized Itineraries


The itineraries outlined above are just a few of the possibilities for your trip! Each request for a tailor-made itinerary is different and prices will vary based on your travel dates, group size, hotel and room type preferences, tour and transfer choices, etc. Private trip prices start at $1750 per person (double occupancy) per week.

Please call us for a detailed day-by-day itinerary for any of the programs above. Or, jump straight to the planning form and send us a request! After speaking with one of our expert travel specialists, you will receive your own custom-designed travel plan.


What's Included?


In general, our custom travel itineraries include everything needed to ensure a smooth trip. This can always be modified according to your needs and where you are in your stage of planning:

  • - Hotel accommodation with breakfast daily
  • - Airport transfers
  • - Transfers between destinations (whether by car, van, boat, train, ferry, etc.)
  • - Private or group sightseeing as requested (including entrance fees)
  • - Personalized support, with contact before, during and after your trip

We are also happy to provide when requested:

  • - Flights between North America and Europe
  • - Travel insurance
  • - Visa assistance

Our programs do not include:

  • - Optional gratuities to guides, drivers, etc.
  • - Laundry and personal items
  • - Bottled beverages or alcohol, and meals where not listed
  • - Hotel city tax