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The tour begins at 2:00 PM at your hotel. Set out for the towering Trim Castle located on the River Boyne, the largest Norman castle in Ireland. Built over a 30-year period in the 1100s, this magnificent castle will especially delight fans of the movie “Braveheart" who can experience the castle and the grounds as they were in medieval times. Return to your hotel for a welcome drink with your group before dinner. (D)
Begin the day with your choice of a Croke Park GAA Skyline tour, a thrilling walkway located 17 stories above the heart of Dublin with stunning panoramic views of the city’s landmarks, or a tour of the 80,000 seat stadium. Then visit the GAA Museum to discover the gripping history of the Gaelic games from ancient times to the present, including an Interactive Games Zone where you can test your own Gaelic game skills. Tour the city of Dublin and enjoy all of its most famous sights. Proceed on to historic St. Michan’s Church for a visit to the crypt and get up close to several of their famous mummies, including the 800-year-old ‘Crusader.’ Visit the village of Annagassen, Co. Louth to hear its role in Ireland's Viking history, followed by dinner and traditional entertainment at the Glyde Inn. (B, D)
Enjoy a visit to Causey Farm and see how it feels to “Be Irish for a Half Day,” an interactive cultural experience where you might get to play a bodhrán, bake some brown bread, try some céilí dancing or hurling, or see a sheepdog demonstration. Savor a farm lunch, then travel on to Belfast for a tour of its Victorian quarter. Continue to Titanic Belfast to experience the history of the shipyards along with the story of the famous and ill-fated ocean liner, the Titanic. (B,L, D)
Travel to the Giant’s Causeway, a natural wonder of 40,000 interlocking basalt columns created by ancient lava flows – or perhaps, it was as legends say, built by an angry giant, Finn McCool, who used it as a path to fight a Scottish rival. Take in the breathtaking views of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Travel through some amazing countryside in County Antrim and arrive at the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Perched 100 feet above the rocks and spanning 66 feet in length, it crosses from the mainland to the island of Carrick-a-Rede. Every step will give you a bird’s-eye view of the surrounding natural beauty and stunning views of Rathlin Island and Scotland. (B)
Embark on a ferry journey from Larne to the small village of Cairnryan, an important site of maritime history especially for its contributions during World War II. Visit Culzean Castle and Country Park, an 18th century castle surrounded by lush gardens. There you will enjoy lunch and a private tour. Later, you’ll have a free evening in Glasgow to enjoy dinner on your own. (B,L)
Visit Loch Lomond, enjoying some free time in picturesque village of Luss. Take a cruise on the Loch, and enjoy a guided nature walk, learning about the many bird species that make the lake and its surrounding oak woodlands their home. In the afternoon, return to Glasgow to visit The New Chocolate Company to learn how chocolate bars are made with a tour and a tasting. Then, take a panoramic tour of the city before having dinner with your group. (B,D)
Journey on to Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city, for a guided tour of the city. See the elegant 200-year-old Georgian “New Town” and stroll down the Royal Mile, the Old Town’s main thoroughfare where there are still medieval houses to see. Tour the imposing Edinburgh Castle and marvel at the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny, where monarchs were crowned in days gone by. In the evening, enjoy a farewell dinner in a local restaurant. (B,D)
Your tour ends after breakfast at your hotel. (B) B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner All components of this tour (hotels, visits and attractions) for 2020 itineraries are subject to change until finalized in September 2019. >
Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and it is the largest urban area in Northern Ireland and the province of Ulster, always warm to tourists.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a rope suspension bridge near Ballintoy Co.Antrim Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny Carrick Island.
The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. today is owned and managed by the National Trust and it i...
Loch Lomond is a freshwater loch lying on the Highland Boundary Fault, often considered the boundary between the lowlands of Central Scotland and the Highlands.
Edinburgh Castle is one of the most historic buildings in Scotland and has huge significant importance as a fortress which dominates the skyline of Edinburgh. During archaeologis...
Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Home to the Gaelic Athletic Association
Titanic Belfast is an unbelievable, unmissable experience. Located in the heart of Belfast, right beside the historic site of this world-famous ship’s construction. Titanic Belfa...
Culzean Castle is a castle located on the cliffs of Aryshire Coast in Scotland. The castle itself overlooks the Firth of Clyde and it is the former home of the Marquess of Ailsa....
Edinburgh Scotland's capital city is known for its medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with its lavish gardens and neoclassical architecture. The located on the south...
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