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Our 14-day tour itinerary to Ireland has been specially designed for guests to explore the best of the North and South of Ireland in just two weeks, all while enjoying the comfort and luxury of our executive class vehicles and private driver-guide for the journey.

This tour plan weaves through the north and south, showcasing Ireland’s natural wonders like the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher and the historic vibrancy of Dublin and much more besides.

Destinations On Our 14-Day Tour of Ireland

Day 1: Dublin Highlights

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Dublin City, Ireland

After collection directly from the airport or from your Dublin-based accommodation if you are already in the country, we begin our itinerary exploring the heart of Dublin, from the historic Trinity College and its treasured manuscripts to the vibrant streets of Temple Bar.

Trinity College

Discover the venerable Trinity College Dublin, established in 1592, and wander its historic grounds with your expert guide.

Marvel at the architectural grandeur of the main square, flanked by 18th-century edifices, and step into the Long Room Library, a treasure trove of over 200,000 ancient texts, including the illustrious Book of Kells.

The journey through the campus concludes with a panoramic view of Dublin from the iconic Campanile.

Dublin Vintage Tea Bus Experience

Embark on a charming exploration of Dublin aboard a meticulously restored vintage bus, combining city sightseeing with the elegance of afternoon tea.

Savor traditional Irish sandwiches, scones, and pastries while passing by Dublin’s landmarks like St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Phoenix Park, offering a blend of culinary delight and cultural discovery.

Guinness Storehouse Adventure

Immerse yourself in the storied world of Guinness at its historic Storehouse.

Trace the legacy of Ireland’s famed stout from its inception to global renown, culminating in the Gravity Bar, where you can enjoy a pint of Guinness, taste some culinary delights, and take home a memorable souvenir.

Temple Bar Exploration

Experience the pulsating heart of Dublin’s cultural and social scene in Temple Bar. This lively district is famed for its cobbled streets, bustling pubs, and eclectic mix of street entertainment.

Delve into the vibrant cultural venues, art galleries, and unique shops that make Temple Bar a must-visit for an authentic Dublin experience.

Return to your Dublin accommodation in the evening.

Day 2: Belfast Exploration

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Titanic Museum, Belfast

Leaving Dublin behind on a swift two-hour drive with your driver-guide leads to Belfast, Northern Ireland’s capital.

From the Titanic Belfast museum, exploring the city’s shipbuilding legacy, to vibrant street art and the iconic Game of Thrones filming locations, Belfast blends its industrial past with a dynamic present. The city’s lively pubs, historical landmarks, and friendly locals make it a must-visit destination.

Titanic Belfast Experience

Dive into the Titanic’s legacy at the Titanic Museum Belfast, where a guided tour unveils the ship’s Belfast origins, the tales of those who built her, and her ill-fated voyage.

Artifacts from the wreckage, personal belongings of the passengers and crew, and a replica cabin, alongside a visit to the original dry dock, make for an immersive historical journey.

Game of Thrones Glass of Thrones Trail

Celebrating a decade of the series filming in Northern Ireland, Tourism Ireland presents six grand stained-glass windows depicting key moments from Game of Thrones.

This walking trail, showcasing houses and legacies from the series is a tribute to the show’s fans and a must-visit for art enthusiasts.

Belfast Castle Visit

Discover Belfast Castle, a Scottish baronial masterpiece set within Cave Hill Country Park, offering panoramic views of the city and Lough.

Built in 1862, the castle’s historical and architectural significance is palpable throughout its grounds and gardens.

Crumlin Road Gaol (Historic Jail)

Step into the historic Crumlin Road Gaol, exploring the facets of 19th to 20th-century prison life, including the courthouse tunnel, hanging cell, and Governor’s office.

The prison’s rich narrative encompasses a range of historical events, from suffragette protests to political incarcerations.

Day 3: Causeway Coast & The Giant's Causeway

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Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge

Day three of our itinerary promises a day of exploration along the stunning Antrim Coast, starting with a captivating walk at Carrick-a-Rede, where you’ll bravely cross the famed rope bridge suspended 30 meters above the sea, offering unparalleled views of the surrounding cliffs. The day’s pinnacle is a visit to Northern Ireland’s crown jewel, the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, known for its distinctive hexagonal basalt pillars.

Not far from here, delve into the heritage of Bushmills Distillery, celebrated as the oldest whiskey distillery in the world. Additionally, a stop at the awe-inspiring ruins of Dunluce Castle, perched on dramatic coastal cliffs, is highly recommended for its breathtaking views.

Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge Adventure

Continue your coastal journey with a visit to the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, a historic fishermen’s bridge offering a thrilling passage to the small island of Carrick-a-Rede. Originally constructed in 1755, the bridge now serves as a thrilling attraction for visitors, providing spectacular scenic vistas and a glimpse into the area’s rich fishing heritage that has since faded into history.

Giant's Causeway Exploration

The Giant’s Causeway, a natural wonder and Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, awaits as your next destination.

This geological marvel consists of approximately 40,000 interlocking basalt columns descending into the sea, creating an awe-inspiring landscape. Whether formed by volcanic activity or, as legend has it, by the giant Finn McCool, the Giant’s Causeway offers an unforgettable experience and a deep connection to the Earth’s natural beauty and history.

Bushmills Distillery Experience

Conclude your coastal exploration with a visit to the Old Bushmills Distillery, where the art of whiskey making has been perfected for over 400 years.

Discover the secrets behind the distillery’s renowned triple-distilled whiskey, from the local barley and basalt-filtered water from the River Bush to the traditional methods that imbue each bottle with its distinctive character.

This guided tour not only reveals the distillery’s storied past but also offers a taste of its exquisite spirits.

The day ends as you settle into your accommodation in Donegal.

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Day 4: Journey Along the Wild Atlantic Way

Downpatrick Head, Ireland

Welcome to the famous driving route, Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, starting with the iconic Ben Bulben, a distinctive mountain often compared to a table due to its flat top.

Continue to the charming fishing village of Mullaghmore, known for its expansive sandy beach and the scenic Mullaghmore Head, a key highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way.

The day’s adventure also includes visiting the ancient Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery, Ireland’s most extensive Stone Age burial site, and concludes with breathtaking views from the sea cliffs at Downpatrick Head.

Ben Bulben

Begin your day in the shadow of Ben Bulben, a striking rock formation in the Dartry Mountains in County Sligo.

Known for its unique tabletop shape, Ben Bulben is a natural monument sculpted by ancient glaciers. Its geological composition of limestone over mudstone and rich fossil content add to its allure, making it a must-see for nature enthusiasts.

Mullaghmore Peninsula Exploration

Next, venture to Mullaghmore, a serene village on a picturesque peninsula. This coastal gem offers stunning views of the Atlantic and the imposing silhouette of Ben Bulben.

With its signature discovery point, Mullaghmore Head provides an ideal spot to experience the wild beauty of Ireland’s coastline.

Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery Discovery

Delve into Ireland’s ancient past at Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery, where over 30 megalithic tombs dot the landscape.

This prehistoric site, with its passage tombs and stone circles, offers a window into the rituals and beliefs of Ireland’s early inhabitants. A visit to Carrowmore is a journey back in time, set amidst the backdrop of Ireland’s rugged countryside.

Downpatrick Head's Coastal Wonders

This coastal headland is not only a natural wonder but also a site of historical significance, with remnants of an ancient monastic site and tales of shipwrecks adding depth to its beauty. The hike to Downpatrick Head is a rewarding experience, offering a sense of tranquility and awe at the power of nature.

After a day filled with natural splendor and historical intrigue, relax as you’re driven to your accommodation in Westport.

Day 5: Discovering Westport and Achill Island

Achill Island Ireland
Achill Island, Ireland

Journey through the enchanting town of Westport, starting with a visit to the historical Westport House and its idyllic gardens.

After savoring lunch, the adventure continues to the serene Achill Island, easily accessible via a bridge from the mainland. Embrace the island’s natural beauty by following the Wild Atlantic Way, culminating in breathtaking views from Minaun Heights and the picturesque bays of Keel and Keem, known for their pristine white beaches and crystal-clear waters.

Westport Exploration

Westport is an award-winning town renowned for its heritage and picturesque setting along the Carrowbeg River.

This morning’s tour will introduce you to Westport’s unique layout and rich history, highlighting its Georgian architecture and the scenic Mall lined with lush trees.

Westport House Visit

Continue your Westport adventure with a tour of the majestic Westport House, symbolizing the town’s heritage and architectural beauty.

This historical mansion, set within expansive grounds, offers a glimpse into Ireland’s past and the opportunity to stroll through its meticulously maintained gardens.

Achill Island Adventure

Explore Achill Island’s dramatic landscapes, from towering cliffs to expansive peat bogs and serene beaches. The journey around Achill Island, particularly the views from Minaun Heights and the serene bays of Keel and Keem, promises a memorable experience of Ireland’s untouched beauty.

After a day of exploration and discovery, return to your accommodation in Westport and reflect on the day’s adventures and the captivating beauty of Ireland’s west coast.

Day 6: Connemara's Natural Splendor and Kylemore Abbey's Grandeur

Kylemore Abbey Ireland
Kylemore Abbey, Ireland

Set off to explore the wild beauty of Connemara, a region famed for its rugged terrain, pristine beaches, and serene lakes. The journey leads to the majestic Kylemore Abbey, renowned for its Gothic architecture, followed by a scenic drive to Galway.

Connemara's Untamed Beauty

Immerse yourself in Connemara National Park’s vast wilderness, spanning rugged mountains, vast bogs, and dense woodlands.

Home to the iconic Connemara ponies, red deer, and a variety of birds, this natural haven promises an unforgettable experience. Start at the Visitor Centre, where you’ll find information on the park’s diverse ecosystems, hiking trails, and wildlife.

Kylemore Abbey and Its Gardens

Continue to the enchanting Kylemore Abbey, a symbol of love and innovation built by Mitchell Henry in the 19th century.

Now under the stewardship of the Benedictine community, the Abbey remains a testament to history, beauty, and spiritual reflection. Stroll through the Victorian Walled Garden, a masterpiece of horticultural design and a tranquil retreat within the estate.

Today’s tour comes to an end with a scenic drive towards Galway.

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Day 7: Galway & the Enchanting Aran Islands

Aran Islands, Ireland
Aran Islands, Ireland

Begin your day with a delightful exploration of Galway, a city known for its vibrant streets and rich cultural tapestry.

After soaking in the urban charm, embark on a ferry ride to the Aran Islands, a bastion of Gaelic traditions, language, and music set against the backdrop of the wild Atlantic.

Aran Islands: Gaelic Heartland

Set sail to the Aran Islands, where the essence of Irish culture is preserved amidst the rugged landscapes. Inis Mór, the largest of the three, offers an immersive experience into a way of life that has maintained its Gaelic roots. Opt for a horse-drawn carriage ride, a timeless mode of transport that complements the island’s scenic beauty and historic sites.

These islands, nestled within County Galway’s Aran barony, comprise Inishmore, Inishmaan, and Inisheer, each with its own unique character and story. The close-knit community of approximately 1,200 residents primarily converse in Irish, with bilingual fluency ensuring a warm welcome to visitors from around the globe.

Conclude your day with a return to Galway.

Day 8: Journey to the Majestic Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Enjoy a hearty breakfast in Galway before your driver guide collects you for the day trip to the stunning Cliffs of Moher. The day’s first marvel is Dunguaire Castle, an iconic structure perched on the shores of Galway Bay, renowned for its picturesque beauty and historic allure.

Dunguaire Castle

Venture to Dunguaire Castle, a 16th-century fortress that stands as a testament to Ireland’s rich history.

Its strategic location and stunning views make it a must-visit, inviting guests to explore its restored walls and learn about its legendary past during summer.

The Burren: A Lunar Landscape

Continue to The Burren, an extraordinary region celebrated for its unique karst scenery and remarkable biodiversity. Protected for its environmental significance, the area presents a stark yet beautiful limestone terrain interspersed with rare flora and ancient woodlands.

Poulnabrone Dolmen: Neolithic Mystery

The journey through The Burren leads you to Poulnabrone Dolmen, an enigmatic portal tomb dating back to the Neolithic era.

This ancient monument, set against the desolate backdrop of The Burren, offers a glimpse into Ireland’s distant past, with archaeological finds providing insights into the lives of its early inhabitants.

Cliffs of Moher: Ireland's Natural Masterpiece

The pinnacle of the day is the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher, a spectacle of nature where land and sea collide. These towering cliffs offer panoramic views of the Atlantic and the Aran Islands, captivating visitors with their sheer scale and breathtaking beauty.

Doolin: A Taste of Tradition

Doolin is your final destination for the day, a quaint village where traditional Irish hospitality and cuisine await. Here, amidst the simplicity and charm of local eateries, you can indulge in authentic Irish flavors, rounding off a day filled with natural wonders and cultural heritage.

Your journey ends as you settle into your Doolin accommodation.

Day 9: Bunratty Castle, Adare Village, and Killarney National Park

Bunratty Folk Park & Castle, Ireland
Bunratty Folk Park & Castle, Ireland

Day 9 gets underway with a visit to Bunratty Castle, a key historical site coupled with Bunratty Folk Park, offering a glimpse into 19th-century Irish life.

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park Exploration

Your journey leads you to the well-preserved Bunratty Castle, dating back to the 15th century, showcasing medieval architecture and history.

The adjacent Folk Park brings to life the rural Irish community of the 1800s through its reconstructed village and farmhouses, providing an immersive historical experience.

Adare: Ireland's Quintessential Village

En route, pause at Adare, celebrated as Ireland’s most idyllic village. Admire its traditional thatched cottages, browse through its craft shops, and relish the local cuisine, capturing the essence of Irish village charm.

Killarney National Park Adventure

In the afternoon, explore Killarney National Park’s natural splendor, set against the backdrop of Ireland’s towering mountains.

Discover the elegance of Muckross House, consider a unique Jaunting Car ride, or enjoy a serene boat journey on Lough Leane from the historic Ross Castle.

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park Insights

Immerse yourself in the medieval grandeur of Bunratty Castle, Ireland’s most authentic fortress.

Explore the castle’s rich history, from its Viking origins to its role as a noble residence. The Folk Park adjacent vividly portrays rural Irish life in the 19th century, with its meticulously recreated village setting.

Adare's Enchanting Beauty

Adare, known for its picturesque beauty, awaits with its thatched cottages and welcoming atmosphere.

This village is a treasure trove of crafts, gastronomy, and traditional Irish culture, making it a delightful stop on your journey.

As night falls, settle into your Killarney accommodation.

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Day 10: Exploring the Ring of Kerry

Ring of Kerry
Ring of Kerry, Ireland

Today, we have one of the most scenic driving routes in Europe awaiting you as you join your driver guide for the captivating journey along the Ring of Kerry. This iconic circuit encapsulates the quintessence of Ireland’s rural beauty.

Ring of Kerry Discovery

This route is celebrated for its panoramic vistas and historical richness. It weaves through landmarks like Moll’s Gap, Torc Waterfall, and the Gap of Dunloe, amidst a backdrop of lush landscapes, cascading rivers, and majestic castles.

The journey offers a holistic experience of Kerry’s natural splendor, complemented by alternative paths for walkers and cyclists along The Kerry Way.

Conclude your day back at your Killarney accommodation, immersed in the tranquility and beauty of Kerry.

Day 11: Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head Adventure

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Slea Head, Ireland

Join your guide in the morning and prepare to drive into the wild heart of the Dingle Peninsula, marked by its dramatic mountains and coastal splendor.

Delight in the vibrant Dingle town before embarking on the awe-inspiring Slea Head Drive, with stops at key scenic points.

Dingle Peninsula

The Dingle Peninsula is a testament to Ireland’s rugged beauty, with Dingle town offering a glimpse into a bustling, colorful fishing community.

The journey continues along Slea Head Drive, a route acclaimed for its breathtaking scenery, with pauses at Coumeenoole Beach, the quaint Dunquin Harbor, and the enlightening Blasket Centre, which narrates the saga of the Blasket Islanders.

Dingle Bay Highlights

Dingle Bay, nestled in County Kerry, is renowned for its picturesque setting and the charming town of Dingle.

This harbor town, perched on the bay’s northern shores, is a gem of the Dingle Peninsula, inviting exploration and admiration of its natural and cultural heritage.

Blasket Islands Insight

A visit to the Blasket Islands Visitor Centre offers a deep dive into the life and legacy of the islanders, with exhibits and multimedia presentations that bring to life their unique community, traditions, and the harsh beauty of their island home.

Dunquin

Dunquin presents an unspoiled slice of the Dingle Peninsula with iconic harbor framing views of the Blasket Islands.

The village is a portal to the area’s rich history and culture, offering opportunities to discover the Blasket legacy and enjoy the local hospitality.

Your day concludes as you settle into your Dingle hotel, carrying with you the memories of a day spent amidst some of Ireland’s most stunning landscapes and storied locales.

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Day 12: Journey from Dingle to Cork via Glengarriff and Kinsale

The garden of Bantry House, Ancient Mansion in Co. Cork, Ireland
Bantry House & Garden, Ireland

Today, we have a picturesque journey from Dingle to Cork planned for you. We will traverse the serpentine Caha Pass towards the vibrant village of Glengarriff.

A boat excursion awaits, offering a chance to witness a local seal colony en route to the botanical haven of Garnish Island. Consider a detour to the historic Bantry House before venturing through Kinsale’s charming streets, culminating in vibrant Cork.

Garnish Island Exploration

Set sail to Garnish Island, known for its exceptional gardens in Glengarriff Harbor. Governed by the Office of Public Works, the island’s botanical marvels set it apart from its namesake in County Cork. Its name, Ilnacullin, comes from the Irish for ‘island of holly.’

Discovering Glengarriff

Glengarriff, set amid the Ring of Beara, is framed by majestic mountains and rich peat bogs. Attractions include the Italian Gardens on Garnish Island, accessible by boat, and the historic Martello Tower.

The village is also a gateway to Glengarriff Forest’s ancient woodlands and the Bamboo Park, offering a rich tapestry of natural and cultural experiences.

Bantry House & Garden Insight

Bantry House & Garden is a storied estate that charts over three centuries of history.

The tour unveils the legacy of the White family, with the house showcasing a rich collection of art, antiques, and period furnishings. The gardens, restored to their 18th-century grandeur, and the agricultural traditions of the estate offer a glimpse into Ireland’s past.

Your driver guide will take you to Cork in the evening, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the lively nightlife and traditional Irish music venues in the city.

Day 13: Exploring the Heritage of Blarney Castle & Rock of Cashel

Rock of Cashel
Rock of Cashel, Ireland

Kickstart your day with a visit to the enchanting Blarney Castle, renowned for the Blarney Stone, famed for its gift of eloquence to those who kiss it.

The day continues with a journey to the majestic Rock of Cashel, a site that encapsulates over a millennium of Irish history, before concluding in the historic city of Kilkenny.

Blarney Castle Insights

Delve into the history of Blarney Castle, constructed nearly six centuries ago by the esteemed chieftain Cormac MacCarthy.

This fortress, which has undergone two reconstructions, is celebrated for the Blarney Stone, a legendary artifact that bestows the gift of eloquence. This iconic castle is a pivotal piece of Ireland’s heritage, attracting visitors globally.

Rock of Cashel Exploration

The Rock of Cashel, also known as St. Patrick’s Rock, is a site steeped in legend as the conversion place of Munster’s king by St. Patrick.

Once the stronghold of Munster’s High Kings, the Rock of Cashel stands as a testament to Ireland’s medieval past, showcasing a splendid collection of Celtic art and medieval architecture.

Kilkenny Discovery

End your day in Kilkenny, Ireland’s medieval heartland, blending a rich cultural tapestry with vibrant street scenes. This city, divided by the River Nore, offers a plethora of attractions on its western bank, maintaining its small-town charm while boasting the status of a city since 1609.

Your accommodation in Kilkenny awaits, marking the end of a day filled with historical marvels and cultural immersion.

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Day 14: Final Day In the Wicklow Mountains

Glendalough Lake, Wicklow Mountains
Glendalough Lake, Wicklow Mountains, Ireland

We end our two week Ireland itinerary with a picturesque journey through the Wicklow Mountains, where the landscape’s natural beauty unfolds. The day features visits to the ancient monastic site of Glendalough and the grand Powerscourt Estate, home to a meticulously restored mansion and Ireland’s tallest waterfall, set amidst stunning gardens.

Conclude your day back in Dublin with the evening free to enjoy perhaps a traditional Irish meal to celebrate your journey.

Powerscourt Estate Exploration

Your first stop is the esteemed Powerscourt Estate, celebrated for its exquisite house, expansive gardens, and Ireland’s highest waterfall.

Powerscourt, lauded by Lonely Planet as one of the globe’s premier houses and mansions, offers breathtaking vistas, including a sweeping view of the majestic Sugarloaf Mountain.

Glendalough's Monastic Charm

Next, discover the serene beauty of Glendalough, “The Valley of Two Lakes.” This glacial valley is famed for its 6th-century monastic settlement founded by St. Kevin.

Glendalough captivates with its tranquil lakes, historic ruins, and peaceful, untouched natural setting, providing a haven for contemplation and exploration.

Vale of Avoca's Natural Splendor

Journey to the Vale of Avoca, a verdant valley renowned for its woodland beauty and the merging of the Avonbeg and Avonmore rivers, creating the enchanting River Avoca.

The vale, immortalized by Thomas Moore’s poem, “The Meeting of the Waters,” and Avoca Village’s charm offer a glimpse into Ireland’s natural and cultural heritage.

Wicklow Mountains National Park

Within the Wicklow Mountains National Park lies Glendalough, a glacial valley that has drawn visitors for centuries with its stunning landscapes and rich history.

From the iconic Monastic Site and Round Tower to the serene lakes, the park is a mosaic of natural and historical wonders, ensuring a memorable conclusion to your tour.

Finally, you can return to Dublin to reflect on the sights and sounds enjoyed on your 14-day tour, or your private driver can deliver you directly to the airport for your return journey home.

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