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Killarney Cottage

Killarney Cottage

Dublin

Dublin

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Discover Ireland

E15-DUB-10

11 days/10 nights

From Dublin to Dublin

Visiting

Greater Dublin, County Wexford, Wicklow, Wexford, County Cork, Kerry, County Galway, County Mayo, County Sligo, County Londonderry, Antrim, County Down, County Donegal, County Kildare, Waterford, County Limerick, Dublin, Cork, Killarney, Galway, Westport, Sligo, Derry, Belfast, Limerick, Blarney Castle, Boyne Valley, Cliffs of Magho, Connemara, Giant''s Causeway, Glendalough, Mount Stewart, Ring of Kerry, The Burren

Prices Per Person

Tourist Class Prices First Class Prices
Daily Departures
Category
1 Person

(1 Room)

Single
2 People

(1 Room)

Double
3 People

(2 Rooms)

Sgl & Dbl
4 People

(2 Rooms)

2 Dbls
Daily Departures:
01-Jan-2018 - 31-Mar-2018
Category:
Tourist Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$2593
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1309
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1447
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1099
Daily Departures:
01-Apr-2018 - 30-Apr-2018
Category:
Tourist Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$2775
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1401
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1574
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1191
Daily Departures:
01-May-2018 - 30-Jun-2018
Category:
Tourist Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3100
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1561
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1791
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1351
Daily Departures:
01-Jul-2018 - 31-Aug-2018
Category:
Tourist Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3425
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1725
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$2007
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1515
Daily Departures:
01-Sep-2018 - 30-Sep-2018
Category:
Tourist Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3100
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1561
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1791
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1351
Daily Departures:
01-Oct-2018 - 31-Oct-2018
Category:
Tourist Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$2775
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1401
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1574
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1191
Daily Departures:
01-Jan-2018 - 31-Mar-2018
Category:
1st Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3229
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1643
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1857
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1407
Daily Departures:
01-Apr-2018 - 30-Apr-2018
Category:
1st Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3410
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1734
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1985
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1496
Daily Departures:
01-May-2018 - 30-Jun-2018
Category:
1st Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3734
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1896
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$2201
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1660
Daily Departures:
01-Jul-2018 - 31-Aug-2018
Category:
1st Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$4061
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$2060
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$2417
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1822
Daily Departures:
01-Sep-2018 - 30-Sep-2018
Category:
1st Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3734
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1896
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$2201
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1660
Daily Departures:
01-Oct-2018 - 31-Oct-2018
Category:
1st Class
1 Person / (1 Room) / Single:
$3410
2 People / (1 Room) / Double:
$1734
3 People / (2 Rooms) / Sgl & Dbl:
$1985
4 People / (2 Rooms) / 2 Dbls:
$1496

Your Tour Package Includes

10 Nights Hotel Accommodation as detailed in the Day by Day Itinerary as described below. Breakfast Daily, all Hotel Taxes and Service Charges. 08 Days Hertz (CCMN) Compact Manual VW Golf or similar , Including Unlimited Mileage (UM), Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), Theft Protection (TP) and Taxes. Maps, Information, and Detailed Directions to your Hotels. Emergency telephone numbers accessible 24/7 in the unlikely event you have a problem with a hotel or the Hertz rental car.

CCMN Compact Manual, Volkswagen Golf or similar

  • 5 Passengers
  • 2 Large and 2 Small Suitcases
  • Manual Transmission
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Price per day

Optional Inclusions

Extra Hotel Nights before, en-route and after your Tour. Rental Car Upgrades: (IDMR) Intermediate Manual Opel Insignia or similar: €12.00 per day (CCAN) Compact Automatic Mazda 3 or similar €46.00 per day (SDAR) Standard Automatic Mazda 6 or similar €58.00 per day (LDAR) Luxury Automatic BMW 5-Series or similar €169.00 per day (PVMN) 9 Passenger Van, Manual VW Caravelle or similar €169.00 per day (SVAR) 7 Passenger Van, Automatic Peugeot 5008 or similar, €176.00 per day

Not Included

Fuel and Parking Charges. Admissions to Attractions unless otherwise stated.

Itinerary

Dublin

Dublin

Day 1 | Dublin

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Welcome to Dublin. Founded as a Viking settlement and one of Europe’s oldest cities, Dublin has been Ireland’s primary city for most of its history. Its Georgian architectural elegance combined with its cosmopolitan street life of trendy bars, elegant restaurants, numerous shops and classic popular pubs make this an irresistible destination. Drinking and conversation are the patrons’ principal preoccupation, and as many of the pubs serve good food it is the best place to enjoy good talk and fun. At night the city’s beautiful Merrion Square is floodlit.

Accommodation: First Class Burlington Hotel or similar (2 nights)

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Day 2 | Dublin

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Grafton Street is a bustling pedestrian precinct whose arcades and lanes hold a treasure trove of boutiques and shops. Powerscourt Centre, an 18th century town house, is now a most unusual shopping center. Dublin Castle, located in the heart of historic Dublin, was originally built on King John’s orders to serve as a fortress.

Glendalouch

Glendalouch

Day 3 | Dublin – Russborough – Glendalough – Kildare – Waterford

118.00 miles / 189.9 km*

Pick-up your rental car. Leave Dublin and drive to Russborough House, one of Ireland’s most beautiful houses situated near the Blessington Lakes in County Wicklow. From here your drive takes you to Glendalough, the Glen of Two Lakes, a glacial valley located in County Wicklow, then on to the county of Kildare which in pre-Christian times was the site of a shrine to the Celtic goddess Brigid and now is home to the Irish National Stud. On to Ireland’s oldest city, Waterford, where we have arranged your overnight accommodation. Founded by the Vikings in 914 AD, it is now synonymous with the famous crystal glass making, which has been manufactured in this city since 1783. Here in the High Street and Henrietta Street a number of restaurants have taken advantage of the area’s charm. As you have a drink at one of the city’s many pubs, relax and listen to the music of Ireland as you soak in the atmosphere.

Accommodation: First Class Athenaem House Hotel or similar

Blarney Stone

Blarney Stone

Day 4 | Waterford – Cork

77.00 miles / 123.92 km*

The city of Cork was founded by Viking settlers as a trading port. Once fully walled, some of its wall sections and gates remain today. On the outskirts of Cork is the legendary Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. Set high on the Castle battlements, tradition holds that those who kiss the Stone will be endowed with eloquence. Shopping in the village here is a pleasure, where there are a number of excellent outlets, including the world famous Blarney Woollen Mills. Try the traditional Barmbrack (Irish fruit bread) served with a cup of Irish tea.

Accommodation: First Class Silver Springs Moran Hotel or similar

Killarney Cottage

Killarney Cottage

Day 5 | Cork - Blarney - Ring of Kerry - Killarney

54.00 miles / 86.9 km*

The Ring of Kerry drive is one of the most beautiful and scenic drives in Ireland. It takes visitors through mountains and past loughs, through the Killarney National Park, along stretches of the dramatic coast of southwest Ireland, to country houses and to pretty towns and villages. We have arranged your overnight accommodation at Killarney where you will find a wide choice of restaurants and traditional pubs.

Accommodation: First Class Dromhall Hotel or similar

Adare Manor

Adare Manor

Day 6 | Killarney – Limerick – Bunratty – The Burren – Galway

145.00 miles / 233.35 km*

From Killarney drive through County Limerick, dotted with picturesque towns and villages, such as Castleconnell with its old world thatched cottages and medieval churches. Limerick City, capital of County Limerick, lies on the River Shannon and has a colorful history - its City Charter is older than that of London. Stop off at Bunratty Castle, one of the finest surviving examples of an Irish tower house. With a good selection of fine restaurants, Bunratty is a good place to stop for lunch. Continue through The Burren, an area that has some of the finest archaelogical megalithic tombs in Ireland, if not in Western Europe. Arrive at Galway city where we have arranged your overnight stay. The city has a reputation of an association with the Irish language, music, song and dance, making it an interesting and entertaining place to stay for the night.

Accommodation: First Class Courtyard by Marriott or similar

Connemara

Connemara

Day 7 | Galway – Connemara – Westport – Sligo

115.00 miles / 185.07 km*

Leave Galway for the wild and beautiful region of Connemara, with its mountains, lakes and tumbling streams. Its unspoilt beaches and panoramic views have attracted many artisans whose handweaving, carving, pottery and jewelry studios are there to visit. Westport in County Mayo lies by the meandering Carrowbeg River. Among its picturesque features are its tree-lined, flower decorated promenade and the elegance and charm of its town center. Your drive now takes you passed sandy seashores, through the beautiful and varied landscapes of green and wooden valleys, lofty mountains and a wealth of prehistoric monuments (you’ll find the largest Megalithic cemetery in Ireland) to the busy market town of Sligo, where we have arranged your overnight stay. Here you will find a lively cultural scene including theaters and concerts. At dinner try traditional Irish Stew served with Boxty (Irish Latkes).

Accommodation: First Class Clarion Hotel or similar

Giant''s Causeway

Giant''s Causeway

Day 8 | Sligo – Cliffs of Magho – Londonderry – Giants Causeway – Antrim Glens – Belfast

194.00 miles / 312.21 km*

Take the one-way 7 mile scenic drive to the top of the Cliffs of Magho where you can marvel at the immense panoramic views. Londonderry stands on the broad River Foyle, amidst the rounded Sperrin Mountains and the wild heights of Donegal. Almost uniquely to the British Isles, Londonderry has kept its defensive walls where you can walk and admire the various gateways, bastions, watchtowers and artillery pieces amidst splendid views. Your drive now takes you to the Giant’s Causeway, named the fourth greatest wonder in the United Kingdom. It is an area of some 40,000 interlocking basalt columns (the result of an ancient volcanic eruption) whose tops form stepping-stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. A drive up the Antrim Coast offers a great variety of scenery with attractive villages, limestone cliffs, and inland glens created by the tumbling mountain streams. Here the farms are arranged like ladders climbing the valley sides so that each has a share of the good land near the river and the poorer upland pastures. Arrive in Belfast, ringed by high hills, and river valleys, where we have arranged your overnight stay.

Accommodation: First Class Ramada Plaza or similar (2 nights)

Belfast Castle

Belfast Castle

Day 9 | Belfast

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Belfast is the capital of and largest city in Northern Ireland. By population, it is the 14th biggest city in the United Kingdom and second biggest on the island of Ireland (after Dublin). Historically, Belfast has been a centre for the Irish linen industry (earning the nickname "Linenopolis"), tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding: the city''s main shipbuilders, Harland and Wolff, which built the ill-fated RMS Titanic, propelled Belfast on to the global stage in the early 20th century as the biggest and most productive shipyard in the world. Belfast is a constituent city of the Dublin-Belfast corridor, which has a population of three million, or half the total population of the island of Ireland.

Newgrange

Newgrange

Day 10 | Belfast – Mount Stewart – Boyne Valley – Dublin

135.00 miles / 217.26 km*

From Belfast, visit Mount Stewart, a palatial 18th century house with richly decorated interior and magnificent formal gardens and lake at the site of the Temple of Winds. Drive through wooded landscapes and arrive at Boyne Valley, an extraordinary concentration of ancient and prehistoric sites. Newgrange, which dates to 3000 BC, predates both Stonehenge and Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza. Return to Ireland’s famous capital, the “fairy city” of Dublin.

Accommodation: First Class Burlington Hotel or similar or a First Class Airport Hotel.

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle

Day 11 | Dublin

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Return your car to the airport for your return flight home.

  1. * Mileage is approximate.
  2. ** Prices subject to change without notice. For up to date pricing, please submit a quote request.
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