This package begins at €1,599 Per Person Sharing a Twin / double Room. A supplement of €249 applies for a Single Room.
Travel to Dublin and view all that Ireland's fair city has to offer before heading to the Aviva Stadium to watch Navy take on Notre Dame in a thrilling encounter.
Wave Dublin goodbye then as you travel North, stopping in Bru na Boinne Visitor Centre and visiting the 5,000 year old passage tomb at Newgrange or Knowth (subject to availability), followed by a tour of Slane Castle Distillery.
Continue your tour overnight in Belfast , taking in the sights of Belfast City, Stormont and the famous Titanic Experience before settling in for the night ahead of a further trip North to Antrim's Giants Causeway and stopping in the best cities the North has to offer before heading back down south to finish off your tour in Dublin.
Included in the cost of the tour
Day 1: Friday 28th August 2020
Arrive at Dublin Airport and meet with your experienced Irish driver and accredited guide who will transfer you to a nearby hotel for a welcome breakfast (arrivals prior to 9.00 am). Feeling suitably refreshed, travel into the city for a short panoramic tour that will include visits to Christ Church Cathedral and Guinness Storehouse. There will be some time for personal sightseeing, shopping and lunch before we head to the outskirts of Dublin to check into your hotel. Your welcome dinner will be at the hotel this evening. Overnight Boyne Valley Hotel & Spa, Drogheda Dinner, Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 2: Saturday 29th August 2020
This morning after breakfast travel into Dublin and your “Tailgate” lunch at the Brazenhead pub or similar. Your coach will take you as near as we can to the Aviva Stadium, subject to official authorization. After the game, there will be time for a few “jars” before rejoining your coach to travel back to your hotel. Overnight Boyne Valley Hotel & Spa, Drogheda Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 3: Sunday 30th August 2020
This morning, for those that wish, transfer to a local church to celebrate Mass. After Mass, check out of your hotel and start your journey northwards. On the way stop at the Bru na Boinne Visitor Centre and visit the 5000 year old passage tomb at Newgrange or Knowth (subject to availability) and Slane Castle Distillery for a tour of their facility and of course a sample of their goods! Continue then to the Saint Patrick Centre, the only centre in the world dedicated to Ireland’s patron saint. Finally relax as you travel to Northern Ireland’s capital city, Belfast. Overnight Belfast Dinner, Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 4: Monday 31st August 2020
After breakfast enjoy a tour of this fascinating city where you will see such sights as Belfast City Hall, Stormont, HMS Caroline and of course, Titanic Belfast. The remainder of the day & night is free for independent sightseeing, shopping and dining. Overnight Belfast Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 5: Tuesday 1st September 2020
Today travel to the Antrim coast and visit the World Heritage site at Giant’s Causeway. Here see the columns that were formed millions of years ago by volcanic activity, the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge erected by fishermen to check their catch and one of the oldest distilleries in Ireland, Bushmills. Time permitting, visit the Dark Hedges as featured in Game of Thrones as you return to Belfast where the remainder of the day is free for independent sightseeing, shopping and dining. Overnight Belfast Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 6: Wednesday 2nd September 2020
Check out of your hotel after breakfast and head to the only walled city in Ireland, Derry (also known as Londonderry). Here a local guide will take you on a walking tour of the walled city and then you will visit the Ulster American Folk Park. This open air museum explains the emigration from the north during the famine years to America & Canada. Then continue to Armagh, the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland where the Primates of All Ireland for both the Catholic Church and Church of Ireland sit. Overnight City Hotel, Armagh Dinner, Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 7: Thursday 3rd September 2020
After breakfast check out of your hotel and begin with a visit to Armagh City Museum where collections capture centuries of stories relating to the people who lived, worked and had connections with this famous city and historic county. Next enjoy a tour of St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral with its Byzantine interior decorated with Angels and Irish Saints and finally visit Armagh’s Church of Ireland Cathedral and the burial place of Ireland’s last High King Brian Boru. Start your journey back to Ireland’s capital city with a lunch stop en-route (included) and after arriving at your hotel, enjoy a farewell Irish Night which will include dinner followed by a show of traditional Irish music, song and dance. Overnight Dublin Bed & Irish Breakfast
Day 8: Friday 4th September 2020
This morning transfer to Dublin airport for your return flight.