The picturesque Ireland has the most stunning landscapes, the rolling cliffs sitting along the 5,600-kilometer-long coastline, the quaint medieval towns and the winding lakes and rivers. An island with 2 capital cities in Dublin and Belfast, our travel specialist will show you how to explore the island.
Starting with Dublin, explore this elegant capital city with its Georgian architecture and its lively entertainment such as Guinness Storehouse and Temple Bar. For train lovers, board the luxury Belmond Grand Hibernian southbound train journey from Dublin, crossing dramatic landscapes and visiting historic places such as Cork and tracing the footsteps of Vikings in Waterford city.
Out of Belfast, one of the most scenic road trip beckons along the Causeway Coastal Route. Imagine picture perfect villages nestled into lush hillsides and ruined castles teetering on cliff edges. Visit the bizarre looking basalt columns at UNESCO listed Giant’s Causeway, rumble through deserted castles and take the exhilarating rope bridge challenge and enjoy a truly cliff-top experience. What you’d need is time to take in all the sights on this island.
Summer is the busiest time of the year to visit Ireland as the weather is sunny and with long daylight hours. For lesser crowd, we recommend spring (Apr-early June) as well as autumn (Sep-Oct) when the temperature is mild.