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This Dublin Holiday Package will be Filled with History and Tradition Once a walled medieval city, Dublin is an eclectic mix of elegant Georgian homes, wide streets, and gracious squares. In this Ireland Tourism You’ll feel the energy of Celtic tradition wherever you go. See the National Museum, with collections of antiquities, decorative arts, and history; the National Gallery, which displays over 2,000 works; the Parliament Building; and St. Stephen's Green. After this renowned district, your tour continues past Trinity College, founded in 1591 by Elizabeth I, whose library contains the Book of Kells, the famous 8th-century hand-illuminated gospel manuscript. Travel along O'Connell Street with its monuments to notable figures from Ireland’s turbulent history as well as the General Post Office, site of rebel headquarters in the 1916 Easter Rising. Enjoy a panoramic city tour of Dublin featuring the General Post Office, The Temple Bar and Grafton Street


You can also check europe tour map for Dublin’s Coastal Villages and Malahide Castle Experience more of Ireland’s scenic beauty as you drive through the seaside towns, just north of Dublin. Malahide Castle, set on 250 acres of park land, was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years. See the beautiful period furniture along with an extensive collection of Irish portrait paintings, mainly from the National Gallery. Visit the town of Portmarnock, home of the world-famous Portmarnock Golf Club. The quaint fishing port of Howth with its Abbey, lighthouse and pier is your last stop before returning to Dublin in Europe Travel Packages. Join us for traditional Irish cuisine, merriment and fun. Enjoy a three-course dinner in an 18th-century pub, followed by a musical performance by one of Ireland’s finest groups. Next on the stage are traditional Irish dancers to mesmerize you with their fast jigs and intricate steps dance.


The Capital of Northern Ireland tour Belfast In recent years, Belfast has become a popular tourist destination. The city’s architecture is rich in Victorian and Edwardian buildings with elaborate sculptures over the doors and windows. Your panoramic city tour includes Donegall Square, dominated by the elaborate City Hall and Albert Clock. Drive through West Belfast’s Protestant neighborhood of Shankill Road, and the Catholic neighborhood of Falls Road, where large, vivid murals painted on the sides of buildings express the feelings that still run deep on both sides. Though the names of these areas were much in the news during “the Troubles,” the gate in the Peace Wall between them now stands open. Drive by the infamous Titanic Quarter, home to colossal cranes of Harland & Wolff where the RMS Titanic was built and launched. Enjoy lunch on your own and chat with the locals at a pub in Best Europe packages.


Blarney Castle - Kiss the Stone for the Gift of the Gab! Blarney Castle was built more than 600 years ago by the King of Munster, Cormac MacCarthy, and is considered Ireland’s greatest treasure. Legend has it that if you climb to the top of the castle and kiss the “Stone of Eloquence,” you’ll never be at a loss for words. It must be true as everyone from Sir Walter Scott to American presidents and world leaders have tried it. Get caught in its magical spell with Wishing Steps, Witch’s Kitchen, Druid’s Cave and other delights, telling a story of centuries past. After the castle, you’ll have time to wander through the village of Blarney, shop at the Blarney Woolen Mills and have lunch on your own before continuing to Killarney. countryside to Blarney


Killarney –This Ireland Tour will give you an exciting trip of Ireland’s Most Beautiful Countryside Renowned for the splendor of its scenery, Killarney has been the inspiration of poets and painters for centuries. With sparkling lakes, deep forests and jagged misty mountains as background, this lively town will delight you with its pubs, craft galleries and shops. See St Mary's Cathedral, built during the famine by a people whose faith was stronger than their hunger. Muckross House and Gardens are majestically situated on the shores of Killarney National Park. Ride in a horse-drawn Jaunting cart, while listening to your “jarvey” (driver), whose tall tales add hilarity to the tour. Ride along the shores of the Lower Lake to the ruins of the 15th-century Franciscan Abbey. Then shop for wool sweaters and fine crystal along charming High Street


The Dingle Peninsula will be a exciting inclusion of your Ireland Tour - One of the most beautiful places on earth Staggering cliffs, rocky hills, and sandy beaches create this magnificent landscape representing more than 6,000 years of archeological history. Learn about the Blasket Islands, scene of many shipwrecks and once a close-knit fishing community. Along the drive, you’ll see relics from both the Stone Age and Bronze Age as well as the Ecclesiastical period, when Ireland was known as the “land of Saints and Scholars.” It’s easy to see why movies like Ryan’s Daughter and Far and Away were filmed in this sweeping panorama. Optional excursion to charming Kenmare and scenic Lady’s View • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Optional excursion to charming Kenmare and scenic Lady’s View • Farewell dinner in Killarney And the Dublin Holiday Package ends. Tripxperia will see you Further on your next Cheapest Europe tour package from India.

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Dublin Holiday Package Begins with Day One Fly across the vast Atlantic to the Emerald Isles. • Transatlantic flight to Dublin, for Ireland Tour.

  • Day 2

    Dublin Tour - Contemporary, yet Filled with History and Tradition Once a walled medieval city, Dublin is an eclectic mix of elegant Georgian homes, wide streets, and gracious squares. You’ll feel the energy of Celtic tradition wherever you go. See the National Museum, with collections of antiquities, decorative arts, and history; the National Gallery, which displays over 2,000 works; the Parliament Building; and St. Stephen's Green. After this renowned district, your Ireland tour continues past Trinity College, founded in 1591 by Elizabeth I, whose library contains the Book of Kells, the famous 8th-century hand-illuminated gospel manuscript. Travel along O'Connell Street with its monuments to notable figures from Ireland’s turbulent history as well as the General Post Office, site of rebel headquarters in the 1916 Easter Rising. The Mespil Hotel, your home for the next three nights, is convenient to Temple Bar, Dublin’s cultural quarter and lively nightlife. • Tour begins with arrival in Dublin, Ireland and meets your Dublin Tour Manager • Enjoy a panoramic city tour of Dublin featuring the General Post Office, The Temple Bar and Grafton Street, ending at the hotel • Afternoon at leisure.

  • Day 3

    Dublin’s Coastal Villages and Malahide Castle Experience more of Ireland’s scenic beauty as you drive through the seaside towns, just north of Dublin. Malahide Castle, set on 250 acres of park land, was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years. See the beautiful period furniture along with an extensive collection of Irish portrait paintings, mainly from the National Gallery. Visit the town of Portmarnock, home of the world-famous Portmarnock Golf Club. The quaint fishing port of Howth with its Abbey, lighthouse and pier is your last stop before returning to Dublin. Join us for traditional Irish cuisine, merriment and fun. Enjoy a three-course dinner in an 18th-century pub, followed by a musical performance by one of Ireland’s finest groups. Next on the stage are traditional Irish dancers to mesmerize you with their fast jigs and intricate steps. • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Optional excursion to the coastal villages of North Dublin and Malahide Castle • Afternoon at leisure • Dinner and evening of Irish dance, music, and song.

  • Day 4

    The Capital of Northern Ireland - Belfast Tour In recent years, Belfast has become a popular tourist destination. The city’s architecture is rich in Victorian and Edwardian buildings with elaborate sculptures over the doors and windows. Your panoramic city tour includes Donegall Square, dominated by the elaborate City Hall and Albert Clock. Drive through West Belfast’s Protestant neighborhood of Shankill Road, and the Catholic neighborhood of Falls Road, where large, vivid murals painted on the sides of buildings express the feelings that still run deep on both sides. Though the names of these areas were much in the news during “the Troubles,” the gate in the Peace Wall between them now stands open. Drive by the infamous Titanic Quarter, home to colossal cranes of Harland & Wolff where the RMS Titanic was built and launched. Enjoy lunch on your own and chat with the locals at a pub. • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Full day excursion to Belfast, Northern Ireland • Evening at leisure in Dublin Tour.

  • Day 5

    Blarney Castle - Kiss the Stone for the Gift of the Gab! Blarney Castle was built more than 600 years ago by the King of Munster, Cormac MacCarthy, and is considered Ireland’s greatest treasure. Legend has it that if you climb to the top of the castle and kiss the “Stone of Eloquence,” you’ll never be at a loss for words. It must be true as everyone from Sir Walter Scott to American presidents and world leaders have tried it. Get caught in its magical spell with Wishing Steps, Witch’s Kitchen, Druid’s Cave and other delights, telling a story of centuries past. After the castle, you’ll have time to wander through the village of Blarney, shop at the Blarney Woolen Mills and have lunch on your own before continuing to Killarney. • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Depart Dublin and drive through the scenic Irish countryside to Blarney • Visit Blarney Castle to kiss the “Stone of Eloquence” and walk around the mystical grounds • Arrive in Killarney, the “Jewel of Ireland” • Dinner at the hotel.

  • Day 6

    Killarney - Ireland tour‘s Most Beautiful Countryside Renowned for the splendor of its scenery, Killarney has been the inspiration of poets and painters for centuries. With sparkling lakes, deep forests and jagged misty mountains as background, this lively town will delight you with its pubs, craft galleries and shops. See St Mary's Cathedral, built during the famine by a people whose faith was stronger than their hunger. Muckross House and Gardens are majestically situated on the shores of Killarney National Park. Ride in a horse-drawn Jaunting cart, while listening to your “jarvey” (driver), whose tall tales add hilarity to the tour. Ride along the shores of the Lower Lake to the ruins of the 15th-century Franciscan Abbey. Then shop for wool sweaters and fine crystal along charming High Street. • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Tour of Killarney, Muckross House, and Gardens with Jaunting cart ride • Scenic drive to Aghadoe Heights and Dunloe Gap • Evening at leisure.

  • Day 7

    The Dingle Peninsula - One of the most beautiful places on earth Staggering cliffs, rocky hills, and sandy beaches create this magnificent landscape representing more than 6,000 years of archaeological history. Learn about the Blasket Islands, scene of many shipwrecks and once a close-knit fishing community. Along the drive, you’ll see relics from both the Stone Age and Bronze Age as well as the Ecclesiastical period, when Ireland was known as the “land of Saints and Scholars.” It’s easy to see why movies like Ryan’s Daughter and Far and Away were filmed in this sweeping panorama. Enjoy lunch and free time at a pub in the Gaelic town of Dingle. • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Full day excursion to the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland’s most spectacular coastal scenery • Return to Killarney, evening at leisure.

  • Day 8

    Optional excursion to charming Kenmare and scenic Lady’s View • Full Irish buffet breakfast at your hotel • Optional excursion to charming Kenmare and scenic Lady’s View • Farewell dinner in Killarney.

  • Day 9

    The Journey Home Today you leave for home via Shannon Airport, but as an added bonus you will arrive at the airport via the town of Adare, one of the most picturesque villages in Ireland. Dublin Holiday Package Ends.

What's included

  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • English speaking guides
  • Airport transfers
  • Toll tax & Driver allowance

What's excluded

  • Visa Fee
  • Airfares
  • Airport taxes
  • Personal Expenditure

Highlights

  • elegant Georgian homes
  • National Gallery
  • Bull Tour
  • Malahide Castle
  • Portmarnock Golf Club.

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