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Intriguing Ireland Tour Package 8N/9D

Dublin, Kilkenny, Cork,County Kerry, Clare, Aran Islands

08 Nights | 09 Days
Overview

Ireland is an amalgam of breathtaking vistas, luring landscapes, bucolic estates, charming, intriguing villages, valleys and rolling hills and cheerful locals. Ireland flaunts its rich history which is evident in theintriguing Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin and the marvellous Titanic museum in Cobh. Cork is a cosmopolitan, liberal and youthful city dotted with chic restaurants, live-music sessions, cozy pubs, artistic Georgian avenues and meticulously crafted Opera House. Picturesque panoramas, rugged mountains and intricately carved opulent castles are offered by the County Kerry, Clare and Aran Islands of Ireland. Come and unravel the mystery and magic of this fascinating country Ireland.

Day 01: Arrival at Dublin and Travel to Kilkenny

As soon as you arrive at the Dublin Airport, you will be transferred to your rental car to take you to Kilkenny. This is known as the Marble City. The tour includes sightseeing of historic sites such as St.Canice’s Cathedral and Kilkenny Castle. Have a delightful brewery-turned-brewery experience, the Smithwick’s experience in Kilkenny. For the horse lovers a visit to the Horse Museum in the National Stud in Kildare is a must. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 02: Kilkenny to Cork

The tour begins after a delish breakfast. It includes a stop at the Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary. It was the kingdom of the Kings of Munster. The rock is famous as St. Patrick is known to have preached on the rock and converted the local king Aengus. The next destination is the Cahir Castle. It is one of the well maintained castles in Ireland. The last destination of the tour is Cobh town which is one of the largest natural harbour’s of the world. Enjoy a relaxed overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 03: Cork to County Kerry

After a wholesome breakfast, enjoy the trip to Ireland’s County Kerry. The first destination of the trip is the Blarney Castle. It is a myth that you can receive the “gift of eloquence” if you climb up the castle and “kiss the Blarney Stone.” Enjoy the picturesque lakes, mountains, scenic trails all around. Be captivated by the Ross Castle, The Gap of Dunloe with Black Valley. Return to your hotel for a pleasant overnight stay.

Day 04: Visit to the Dingle Peninsula or Ring of Kerry

After a wholesome breakfast, you could either opt to relax in the Ballyseede Castle or Tralee town or go for a tour of the Dingle Peninsula or Ring of Kerry. The Dingle Peninsula is a historic site, whereas the Ring of Kerry offers breathtaking views from Moll’s Gap. The Ding Peninsula tour includes a visit to the fishing town of Dingle and the Dunbeg Promontory Fort. The next destination is the Slea Head which is home to the Fort of Gold. You could also pay a visit to the Gallarus Oratory, which is the best preserved early Christian Church Buildings in Ireland. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 05: Kerry to Clare

In this tour, the first destination is the Village of Adare in County Limerick. Adare is a picturesque village with thatched cottages, church and manicured Public Park. The destination following Adare is the Limerick City, “Angela’s Ashes.” This houses the King John’s Castle. The next stop is the Bunratty Castle. Within the castle grounds is the Bunratty Folk Park. This is followed by a visit to the cliffs of Moher. It offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean on the West Clare coast. Finally, you will arrive at the village of Doolin. Irish folk music and swank pubs make Doolin famous. Go back to your hotel for a relaxed overnight stay.

Day 06: Ferry Trip to the Aran Islands

After a short drive to Doolin Pier, take the ferry to Inishmore, which is the largest of the Aran Islands. From the Doolin Pier, you could take a pony or trap ride up to the island to the fort of Dun Aonghasa. An alternative way to reach the Aran Islands is through the city of Galway. This city is known as the “City of the Tribes” is the festival and cultural capital of Ireland. The Quay area of the city will leave you captivated.

Day 07: Clare to Dublin

Today’s trip is to the Bellingham Castle, which is located 40 minutes north of the Dublin Airport. The tour includes the interesting historic and popular tourist destinations of Ireland. The first destination is the monastic settlement at Clonmacnoise. It also includes the ruins of Cathedral. The next destination is the megalithic tombs of Newgrange. Hill of Tara and Trim castle are the other major attractions here. Have a fun filled evening at the Merry Ploughboys live concert. The show is a major attraction and includes traditional Irish dancing, song and music. Delicious Irish food is even served at the concert. Enjoy a pleasant overnight stay.

Day 08: Visit to Belfast or North Antrim Coast

You can spend the day in a number of ways. Spend a fantastic day with a tour of the Dublin City. This includes a tour to the Guinness Storehouse, Book of Kells, Trinity College and the Kilmainham Gaol. Another good option would be a visit to the Belfast City. Go for the popular Black cab tour of the city and be entertained seeing the scenic sights and listening to the interesting social and political tales of Belfast narrated by your driver. Also pay a visit to the fascinating Cathedral Quarter and Titanic Exhibition. The last option would be a visit to the picturesque Glens of Atrium that is home to charming, quaint villages. Do not miss the pleasure of walking down the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. The next attraction is the Causeway, which was formed several thousand years ago by a huge volcanic activity. The last destination of the tour is the Dunluce Castle, which houses the Irish Fort. After an eventful day return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 09: Departure from Dublin

After a heavy breakfast, check out of your hotel and head towards the airport to take your return flight back home. Cherish the fond memories of this memorable tour of Ireland.

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Places to Visit:

- Titanic museum
- Dunbeg Promontory Fort
- Belfast City

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