Belfast, Galway, Killarney & Dublin
Family Travel, History & Culture
The picturesque Ireland is blessed with quaint medieval towns, winding lakes, rivers and rolling cliffs along its 5,600km coastline.
This journey will bring you to both Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland. Take in the stunning view of the UNESCO natural heritages and national parks, feel the lively pulse of Belfast and Dublin and listen to the glorious stories of castles and kings.
Upon arrival, meet your driver-guide and start your Belfast’s “Black Taxi Tour”, exploring West Belfast with the Republic and Loyalist murals of Belfast’s fall and Shankill District. In the afternoon, enjoy the city walking tour visiting Cathedral Quarter, Custom House Square, Queen’s Quarter, Titanic Quarter.
Today, we drive 97km/5h to Giant Causeway (UNESCO), defined by interlocking hexagonal columns of basalt rocks. Follow the guide hiking 4km, explore the Carrick-a-Rede Ropeway and visit an Old Bushmill Distillery before returning to Belfast.
Drive 327km/4h to the lovely Galway, touring the Galway Cathedral, the well-preserved ancient wall of Spanish Arch and the Lynch’s Castle. Spend the evening at leisure exploring the bohemian Galway with its bustling entertainment and pub scene.
Set off 46km/1h to Burren National Park with photo stops to admire the magnificent landscape. Continue 35km/40m to the iconic Cliffs of Moher at the Burren’s southwestern edge. Another 112km/2h brings us to the petite Killarney town, famed for excellent shops, restaurants and cosmopolitan appeal.
Today’s excursion brings us to Iveragh Peninsula (Ring of Kerry). Typically taking 4h without stops to complete its 176km, we take a full day drive to soak in the scenic coastline, cliffs and quaint towns. Drive towards the ‘little nest’ of Kenmare, passing sights like Caherdanial, Bolus Head and Doulus Head, ending at Killorglin, and at regular intervals, coming across cafes and gift shops featuring Irish crafts.
Let us whisk you to Killarney National Park with 10,000 hectares of lake and mountain sceneries, with stop at the impressive Torc Waterfall. Drive 308km/3.5h via Kildare’s Irish National Stud with its legendary international horse-racing tradition and 100-year-old Japanese gardens before arriving at the cosmopolitan Dublin, brimming with historical, literary and cultural delights.
Free morning at leisure before your afternoon 4-hour Dublin walking tour. Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral (Ireland’s largest), the 1204-founded Dublin Castle and Trinity College with the 1,200-year-old Books of Kells, famed for its illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin. Walk along Georgian squares, statue-lined O’Connell Street, Temple Bar and General Post Office. Conclude with fast-track entrance to Guinness Storehouse to learn how black beers are made.
Choose from one of the below half-day tour:
Option A: Irish Food Trail. Sample hearty Irish cuisine influenced by tapas along traditional Irish restaurants or pubs.
Option B: Traditional Irish Storytelling Bus Tour. An evening of traditional myths, legends and fun on Ireland’s only custom-built storytelling bus.
Have a leisurely morning before transferring to the airport for your flight home.
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast • The G Hotel Galway • Killarney Randles Hotel Killarney • The Shelbourne Dublin
Adorned with modern artwork and colourful furnishings, this hotel is just 15 minutes’ walk from Belfast Central Station. (Opened: 2009)View More
Near Galway Bay and overlooking Lough Atalia, this property is a mere 15 minutes’ stroll to Eyre Square.View More
Set just 5 minutes’ walk from Killarney town centre and 5 minutes’ drive to Killarney National Park, this hotel offers spa and pool.View More
Landmark 5-star hotel located at the heart of Dublin on St. Stephen's Green. Trinity College, Grafton Street and the National Gallery, National Museum and National Library are all within 5 minutes' walk.View More
The Merchant Hotel Belfast • Glenlo Abbey Hotel Galway • Muckross Park Hotel & Spa Killarney • The Merrion Hotel Dublin
An Art Deco-inspired hotel set at the Cathedral Quarter of Belfast’s city centre. A Grade I-listed heritage building dating back to 1860, this 5 AA Red Star hotel is winner of 2011’s Best UK Hotel at the International Hotel Awards.View More
Located just 2 miles from Galway city centre, this 5-star hotel offers a golf course, as well as views of Lough Corrib and West Ireland’s dramatic landscapes. Check out its Pullman Restaurant aboard the Orient Express, converted into a restaurant car while maintaining its historic Pullman train carriages character.View More
This luxurious 5-star hotel at Killarney National Park offers elegant air-conditioned rooms, the AA Rosette winner Yew Tree Restaurant, and Major Colgan's Gastropub.View More
An award-winning 5-star hotel housed on a Georgian building with two Michelin star restaurant, an infinity pool, beautiful landscaped gardens and rooms fitted with Italian marble bathrooms, set at Dublin’s centre just 5 minutes’ walk from the National Gallery.View More
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