Day 1 Dublin
Welcome to Dublin. During your stay in Dublin there are a wealth of things to see and do, including the Guiness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, Kilmainham Goal, Trinity College, Collins Barracks and many more visitor attractions (such as EPIC) museums, gardens and galleries. Your driver can take you on a driving tour of Dublin and take you through the beautiful sights and sounds of this Georgian City, as well as some hidden gems and surprises. A city that is most famous for being a Viking Settlement, there is plenty to see and do in the Nations Capital.
Day 2 Cork
Cork is known by the locals as the ‘Real Capital’ of Ireland. This beautiful city nestled on a bustling port, has much to see and do including visitor attractions, historic museums such as Spike Island or Cork Goal, and the small bustling towns that surround the city are every bit as beautiful and breathtaking. There is the historic Cobh, where the Titanic sailed from, Midelton with the world renowned whiskey distillery, Fota Wildlife Park and beautiful Kinsale, with its naval history and beautifully coloured buildings.
Day 3 & Day 4 Kerry
Kerry is known as the tourism capital of Ireland, and it’s hard to argue with that. There are a wealth of world class hotels and guest houses to choose from.Filled with breathtaking natural beauty such as Torc Waterfall, Killarney National Park and the Killarney lakes, the towns of Killarney, Dingle and Tralee are also a must see, aswell as the Ring of Kerry. In fact Kerry is so jam packed, that we give you two full days in this beautiful area of the South West of Ireland. Our driver will work with you to plan what are your ‘must sees’ as there is so much to do and see here. There are fabulous drives such as Connor Pass in Dingle, or the Gap of Dunloe in Mid Kerry, as well as the County Museum in Tralee, countless artisans and craftspeople and plenty of adventure activities.
Day 5 Limerick
Limerick is a beautiful City and County, and Adare, situated just outside Limerick City on the Kerry side is an absolute must see with its quaint and picturesque thatched cottages and many high end boutiques, aswell as the stunning Adare Manor. Limerick city itself has much to see and do – you will be spoiled for choice! This historic city sitting on the banks of the Shannon, has many fine Georgian buildings, King John’s Castle, the Milk Market, The Hunt Museum and St Mary’s Cathedral.
Day 6 Galway
Galway is known as the City of the Tribes. This bustling arty City has many delights, and a vist to Eyre Square is a must where you may be asked to take part in an impromptu sing along! Galway County also offers many beautiful sites, with this West of Ireland county being home to Clifden, The Connemara National Park (where the beautiful Kylemore Abbey is situated)
local museums and the first Trans-Atlantic wireless station and landing site.
Day 7 Meath
County Meath is situated in the East of Ireland, just above County Dublin. It is part of Ireland’s Ancient East, and it is not hard to see why! You have the monastic town of Kells, where the Ancient Book of Kells originated, close by you have the Loughcrew Megalithic site, The site of the Battle of the Boyne, and of course the UNESCO Heritage site which is Bru na Boinne, aka Newgrange. Meath is also home to some beautiful hotels and guest houses, and a host of fine eateries where the freshest produce is served. Meath arguably has the best farming land in the Country, with miles and miles of rolling green fields.
Day 8 Return to Dublin
Travel in style in our comfortable vehicles (530 D BMW for small guided tours, Mercedes Sprinter for larger guided tours). You will have your own personal driver/guide who will advise and inform you on every facet of your Irish vacation.