IRISH EXPERIENCE

 11 Days
2 Countries
14 Cities

DUBLIN AND BELFAST FEATURE IN THIS COUNTRY EXPLORER TRIP THAT JOURNEYS THROUGH THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF IRELAND.

Encounter the natural wonders of the Giant's Causeway and the Cliffs of Moher. Meet a local Cabbie in Belfast, visit Kylemore Abbey and travel through the lush Garden of Ireland, County Wicklow.

About this trip

What's included 10 NIGHTS Accommodation,16 MEALS,10 breakfasts, 1 lunch (Be My Guest), 5 dinners

ON-TRIP TRANSPORT All transport shown

The Trafalgar difference

CONNECT WITH LOCALS

Go foraging with Oonagh and enjoy the fruits of what you've found at a 'Be My Guest' lunch at the O'Brien's homely Barrtra Seafood restaurant overlooking beautiful Liscannor Bay. (Day 7)

DIVE INTO CULTURE

Discover the full story of the Titanic at the Titanic Belfast visitor centre in Belfast. (Day 3)
See traditional craftsmen at work at the Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre, one of the oldest working potteries in the world. (Day 5)
Learn how Irish crystal is crafted at the House of Waterford Crystal during a demonstration. (Day 9)
Explore the tragic history of Ireland's famine emigration at the Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience, a replica of one of the original ships used in the 1800s. (Day 10)

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

At the Glasnevin Cemetery Museum in Dublin, you'll learn about the cemetery's importance to Irish history and how your visit helps to fund the cemetery's preservation. (Day 1)

LOCAL SPECIALISTS

For included sightseeing in Dublin, Belfast and Londonderry


Sightseeing highlights

ORIENTATION of Galway and Waterford

VISIT the Glasnevin Trust in Dublin, the Titanic Museum, the UNESCO World Heritage site at the Giant's Causeway, Belleek to see how the famous pottery is made, Kylemore Abbey, the Cliffs of Moher, Blarney to kiss the stone and gain the 'gift of the gab', the Crystal Showroom at Waterford and the Famine Ship in New Ross

VIEW the City Walls and Murals of Londonderry and Connemara

SEE St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin and Galway Cathedral

SCENIC DRIVE along the Ring of Kerry