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Tours begins at 2:00 PM at your Dublin hotel. Enjoy your day with an independent Dublin open-top bus tour and a visit to one of Dublin’s top attractions -- Guinness Storehouse, Teeling Distillery, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, or GPO Witness History. This bustling city has plenty of museums, shops, and parks you may also enjoy visiting. In the evening, you are free to dine at one of the many restaurants and pubs that Dublin has to offer.
Enjoy a free morning in Dublin for further independent sightseeing with the included vouchers. Meet your guide at 2:00 PM in the hotel lobby and set off on an orientation tour of Dublin city center. Enjoy a walking tour of Trinity College with a local guide. Proceed on to view the Book of Kells, the famous 9th-century illuminated manuscript that contains four Gospels. Next, visit the Little Museum of Dublin; located in a Georgian townhouse, it tells the fascinating story of the city. Your after-hours visit is a CIE Tours Exclusive - you'll enjoy a welcome drink there with your group before dinner. (B, D)
Relax and enjoy the farmlands of the picturesque midlands. Get a taste of farm life at a nearby sheep farm. Enjoy scones with tea and watch trained dogs herd sheep. Visit Blarney Castle to kiss the famous “Stone of Eloquence” or explore the tranquil gardens. Travel through Macroom and into County Kerry where the scenery becomes more mountainous. Arrive in the charming town of Killarney. (B, D)
Discover the glorious Dingle Peninsula, made famous in the movies “Ryan's Daughter” and “Far & Away,” which showcased the wonderful scenery found here. Travel to Slea Head at the westernmost tip of the peninsula for awesome views of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy an evening of traditional Irish entertainment over dinner. (B, D)
Take a traditional horse-drawn jaunting car through the Killarney National Park to tour the scenic Ross Castle and Kenmare Estate. Head to the village of Adare, famous for its main street lined with thatched cottages and colorful gardens. Proceed to Limerick and take a panoramic tour. (B, D)
Travel along the coast of County Clare to view the Cliffs of Moher, which soar almost 700 feet above churning Atlantic swells. Walk along the top of the cliffs to O’Brien’s Tower for great views of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. Take a guided walking tour of the old city of Galway. In the evening, head for a medieval-style feast, where lords and ladies will serenade you with music and songs from days of yore (B, D)
Enjoy the scenic Irish countryside on your way to Kildare where you’ll visit the home of equine royalty, The Irish National Stud. Here you’ll see impeccably-bred stallions alongside protective mares, frolicking foals, and athletic yearlings. Stroll around the delightful grounds to explore St. Fiachra’s Garden, including its miniature Japanese Gardens. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure and dine at your choice of one of the many restaurants or pubs scattered throughout Dublin (B)
Your tour ends after breakfast today.(B) B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner >
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|Tour Start Date in Ireland||Tour End Date in Ireland||Land price Twin Sharing||Guaranteed Departure|
|Thu 5 Oct 2023||Thu 12 Oct 2023||$2,095||Please Call|
|Sat 7 Oct 2023||Sat 14 Oct 2023||$2,095||Sold Out|
|Thu 19 Oct 2023||Thu 26 Oct 2023||$2,365||Sold Out|
|Sat 21 Oct 2023||Sat 28 Oct 2023||$1,875||Please Call|
|Sat 9 Mar 2024||Sat 16 Mar 2024||$2,195||Available|
|Sat 30 Mar 2024||Sat 6 Apr 2024||$2,195||Available|
|Thu 4 Apr 2024||Thu 11 Apr 2024||$2,245||Available|
|Thu 11 Apr 2024||Thu 18 Apr 2024||$2,245||Available|
|Sat 13 Apr 2024||Sat 20 Apr 2024||$2,445||Available|
|Thu 25 Apr 2024||Thu 2 May 2024||$2,245||Available|
|Sat 27 Apr 2024||Sat 4 May 2024||$2,245||Available|
|Sat 4 May 2024||Sat 11 May 2024||$2,445||Available|
|Sat 11 May 2024||Sat 18 May 2024||$2,445||Available|
|Sat 18 May 2024||Sat 25 May 2024||$2,445||Sold Out|
|Thu 23 May 2024||Thu 30 May 2024||$2,645||Available|
|Thu 30 May 2024||Thu 6 Jun 2024||$2,445||Available|
|Thu 6 Jun 2024||Thu 13 Jun 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 20 Jun 2024||Thu 27 Jun 2024||$2,795||Available|
|Sat 29 Jun 2024||Sat 6 Jul 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 11 Jul 2024||Thu 18 Jul 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 18 Jul 2024||Thu 25 Jul 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 25 Jul 2024||Thu 1 Aug 2024||$2,795||Available|
|Sat 3 Aug 2024||Sat 10 Aug 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 15 Aug 2024||Thu 22 Aug 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 29 Aug 2024||Thu 5 Sep 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 5 Sep 2024||Thu 12 Sep 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Sat 14 Sep 2024||Sat 21 Sep 2024||$2,795||Available|
|Thu 26 Sep 2024||Thu 3 Oct 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Thu 3 Oct 2024||Thu 10 Oct 2024||$2,345||Available|
|Sat 12 Oct 2024||Sat 19 Oct 2024||$2,595||Available|
|Sat 19 Oct 2024||Sat 26 Oct 2024||$2,345||Available|
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