A Relaxing trip to Ireland for the St Patrick’s Festivities is a wonderful way to connect with Ireland and its people. Where on the 17th the World is Irish for a day! Enjoy Dublin City and all it has to offer both past, present and new. Visit some iconic Irish tourist attractions and on the big day savour the festivities of this great day on the Irish calendar.
From: €699 per person
Description of Tour
Day 1: Arrival Day Dublin
Arrive in Dublin’s fair city with a check- in to our downtown accommodation.
Accommodation: 5 Nights’s
Guinness Storehouse Tour and Visitor Experience Guinness Storehouse is one of Ireland’s most symbolic and sought-after visitor destinations.
Visit Guinness Storehouse
Complimentary pint in the atrium bar
360 degree view of Dublin’s Fair City
An entertaining Personalised Walking Tour Dublin
Tonight in Dublin, dinner and hit the Ceili sessions in Dublin Pubs
Day 2: Cliffs of Moher – Doolin – Galway
Travel to the amazing west of Ireland. This is a whistle stop trip, to see Cliffs of Moher, Burren Drive and Overnight in Galway City.
Cliffs of Moher day tour from Dublin to Galway taking in the Cliffs of Moher
Doolin village, limestone Burren region
Bunratty Castle (for photos)
Note: Overnight in Galway City
Discover the delights of our culture capital’s Spanish Arch quarter with lively Trad Session in a vast pick of bars, An Pucan, The Garavan and Taylors to name a few.
Day 3: Galway – Newgrange – Slane Castle – Dublin
Travel back to Dublin to see and explore some of the wonders of Ireland’s Ancient East. This is leisurely drive through Ireland’s Royal County – Meath full of ancient wonder and surprise. Newgrange Ireland’s temple of light a UNESCO World Heritage Site over 5,400 years old way older than the pyramids. The Hill of Tara Ireland’s ancient capitol where High Kings where crowned. Slane Castle and Distillery. Return that evening to Dublin for Eve of St patrick’s festivities – The Festival of Light.
Newgrange and Bru na Boinne UNESCO World Heritage Site
Hill of Slane and Slane Castle Distillery
Hill of Tara
Note: Arrive back in Dublin for 5.30
Return to Dublin, freshen up and a fine dinner in Dublin’s Iconic Murray’s bar.
Enjoy an evening at leisure with friends old and new. Discover the delights of our capital’s temple Bar with its amazing Festival of Light on this St. Patrick’s eve.
Day 4: Glendalough – Wicklow
We enjoy our final day of exploring Ireland with a half day touring the beautiful Wicklow Mountains.
Glendalough is the monastic citadel of St. Kevin set in the majestic Wicklow mountains.
Mountain drive across beautiful spectacular Sally gap
Choose to depart @ 08:00 and return @ 13:00 or you could also choose to sleep a little longer and enjoy the afternoon departure @ 13:30 which returns @ 17:00 – 17:30.
A last evening in Dublin, make the most of it!
Day 4: St Patrick’s Day – Festival
The only national festival celebrated the world over! Your morning is free for you to relax and explore.
At 10:30 you go to O’Connell bridge to take our places at the world’s biggest non-military parade and festival and watch it proceed past us with over 250,000 participants!
The parade continues until approximately 3pm where we have time to mingle with the crowds or join in with the locals for some fun and banter on our great national day
At 17:00, a tasty Drink in Dublin City Centre Sweetman’s Bar
In the evening the monster Open Air Ceili (traditional Irish dancing) on Merrion Square or the many other activities we have laid out for you our valued guests
Afterwards, we enjoy a celebration of human happiness in the famed Temple Bar area before we head back to the Hotel
Day 6: Departure
Self-Drive Package Includes:
Airport Meet and Great, Tour Information Pack
Car-Hire, Super CDW Cover
5 Nights in City Centre Accommodation (Bed & Breakfast) 1 Night Galway/4 Dublin
All Sightseeing prepaid includes: Newgrange, Cliffs of Moher, Glendalough, Clonmacnoise, Guinness Storehouse, Walking tour of Dublin, Slane Whiskey Distillery Tour, Hill of Tara
1 Dinner and Nights Entertainment Murrays Irish Lounge