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    Ireland Holiday Package

    • Pkg Id

      0000402

    • Destinations

      2

      DublinGalway
    • Duration

      6 Nights

    • Attractions

      16

      St Patrick's CathedralSt Stephen's GreenPhoenix ParkDublin ZooNational Museum of Ireland - ArchaeologyGuinness StorehouseDublin CastleNational Gallery of IrelandThe National Wax Museum PlusThe Temple Bar PubGalway CathedralGalway City MuseumSpanish ArchCorrib PrincessLynch's CastleThe Latin Quarter
    • Price

      On Request

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    DAY 1
    Dublin-Arrival
    • Arrival at Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include landscaped St Stephen’s Green and huge Phoenix Park, containing Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture.
    • Pickup from Dublin International Airport and transfer to the hotel.
    • Check in to the hotel and evening free @ Leisure.
    • Overnight accommodation at the hotel.

    DAY 2
    Dublin
    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Pick-up from the hotel for your full day tour.
    • Visit the Guinness Storehouse Factory: A visit to the magical home of Guinness is a must on anyone’s trip to Dublin. Located in the heart of St. James’ Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse is one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Ireland. In fact, the interior is designed to look exactly like a pint of Guinness itself and is known to be the largest pint in the world.A ticket to the Guinness factory will take you on a tour through seven floors of Irish brewing history, where you will learn all about the Guinness family, as well as how the beloved stout beer is meticulously crafted to perfection. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at the Gravity Bar on the 7th floor, where you can enjoy a refreshing pint of Guinness with a 360 degree view of the Dublin skyline.
    • Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral: Known as the largest church in all of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is actually one of two cathedrals that were built on Dublin soil.However, St. Patrick’s Cathedral still remains the more popular of the two when it comes to tourists. The cathedral was originally founded in 1191 and is rife with over 800 years of Irish history and culture.A brilliant architectural wonder, its beauty can be noticed both inside and out. It is also the final resting place of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s travels and Dean of the Cathedral.
    • Next you Visit Dublin Castle: As you take a trip back to prehistoric Dublin by visiting the famous Dublin Castle. With over 800 years of Irish memories encapsulated within its walls, this incredible structure has borne witness to some of the most pivotal events in all of the country’s history.Spanning an area of over 11 acres, the Castle stands proudly on the highest ridge in the locality and offers self-guided and guided tours of the grounds, including the Castle’s many rooms, gardens and museums such as the Chapel Royal, the Chester Beatty Library, the Garda Museum and the Revenue Museum.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay. 
    DAY 3
    Dublin
    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Pickup from hotel for your full day tour.
    • Visit National Gallery of Ireland: The National Gallery of Ireland houses the national collection of Irish and European art. It is located in the centre of Dublin with one entrance on Merrion Square, beside Leinster House, and another on Clare Street. It was founded in 1854 and opened its doors ten years later. The gallery has an extensive, representative collection of Irish paintings and is also notable for its Italian Baroque and Dutch masters painting. The current director is Sean Rainbird.
    • Next you go to Dublin’s National Wax Museum Plus to experience a museum unlike any other. Whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or fun seeker, male or female, star struck or star studded, the National Wax Museum is the ultimate entertainment experience.Wander the galleries to try out the exciting interactive attractions, including a salute to the legacy of Dublin’s literary heritage in the Writers Room, and the stages of Irish history in the Time Vaults.   Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, at 22-25 Westmoreland Street, the museum is housed over 3 floors and covers 13,000 square feet in a historic Lafayette landmark building.Designed to deliver the most thrilling interactive experience possible, attractions include an enchanting children's wax world, Ireland's only dedicated tribute to its top scientific inventors, a Father Ted room and all the exceptional lifelike waxwork characters you can imagine.
    • Last but not the least, get dropped at Temple Bar & Pub for a fantastic evening: The Temple Bar is quite possibly one of the most iconic bars in all of Dublin, with tourists flocking from all over the world to have a drink inside its famous walls.Although the history of the bar dates back to the early 1300s, it still remains popular to this day due to its famous red exterior, its great location in the heart of the city, as well as being a huge part of Dublin’s central nightlife scene.
    • At present, The Temple Bar is the most popular bar frequented by young tourists – and even some locals alike – looking to have a glass (or two, or three) of strong Irish whiskey and enjoy a hell of a night.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.     
    DAY 4
    Dublin-Galway
    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check-out from the hotel and get pickup for your transfer to Galway, a harbour city on Ireland’s west coast, sits where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s hub is 18th-century Eyre Square, a popular meeting spot surrounded by shops and traditional pubs that often offer live Irish folk music. Nearby, stone-clad cafes, boutiques and art galleries line the winding lanes of the Latin Quarter, which retains portions of the medieval city walls.
    • Visit Galway Cathedral: To look at Galway Cathedral you could be mistaken for thinking that this dignified limestone construction is centuries old.In truth it was begun in 1958 and completed in 1965, on the site of Galway’s old city prison.The architecture is a big jumble, and has Romanesque influences in its plain walls and narrow semi-circular window arches, Gothic in its traceried rose above the main portal, and Renaissance in its barrel vault and magnificent dome reminiscent of Il Duomo di Firenze. The windows are the work of British stained glass artist Patrick Pollen, who also produced a mosaic depicting the crucifixion and St Joseph the Worker, while the German-Irish sculptor Imogen Stuart created an image of the Virgin Mary.
    • Visit Galway City Museum: By the Corrib River, the Galway City museum opened in a new building in 2007 and is a free and multifaceted attraction covering Galway’s archaeology, folk history, art and natural history.You can see a traditional Galway sailboat, known as a “hooker”, and the “Great Mace” a magnificent piece of ornamental silverware produced in Dublin at the start of the 18th century.Fragments from the 16th and 17th centuries are presented in the “Medieval Stone Collection”, which has corbels, plaques, coats of arms, chimney fragments and two complete 16th-century fireplaces.There’s also a photography gallery documenting the city from the 1950s onwards, and artefacts like pipes, bottles and tin signs from Galway’s pubs dating to the 19th and 20th centuries.
    • Check-in to the hotel and overnight stay.
    DAY 5
    Galway
    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Pick up from the hotel for your full day tour. 
    • Visit Spanish Arch: Right in front of the Galway City Museum are the last surviving arches of the Ceann a Bhalla, or Front Wall.Known as the Spanish Arch, this structure was part of defence running from the old Martin’s Tower to the Corrib River to defend Galway’s quays.And while the arches aren’t exactly a stirring monument it’s worth remembering that they date all the way back to 1584, and also sustained damage from the tsunami caused by the Lisbon Earthquake of 1755.
    • Next take ride on Corrib Princess River Cruise: May to September you can catch this boat up the River Corrib to the lake (lough) of the same name.The Corrib River Princess sails twice a day from Woodquay in the middle of the city and on the 90-minute trip you’ll journey through green, pastoral countryside, with farms on the south and east shore of the lake and heath and bog to the north and west.The lake is also loved for its many islands, with more than 1,300 at the last count.On the river you’ll pass the ruins of Menlo Castle, a 16th-century mansion that burnt down in 1910 and is now completely taken over by ivy.The Corrib Princess sets off at 12:30 and 14:30, and there’s an extra trip at 16:30 in July and August.
    • Take a short drive for Salthill Promenade: Head southwest of the city centre and you’ll soon come to the Salthill Promenade, two kilometres long with a beautiful perspective from the north side of the bay.If you’re fortunate enough to walk the promenade when the skies are clear you’ll see the outline of The Burren down in County Clare, while up in the northwest are the peaks of Connemara.The land behind the promenade was set aside for farming until the Great Famine in the middle of the 19th century, and was then set up for early tourism in 1860 with the arrival of the Eglinton Hotel, which is still here today.The promenade is lined with bars, seafood restaurants and cafes.You can drop in at the Galway Atlantaquaria, run by the National Aquarium of Ireland, or watch the yacht sails zipping across the water in summer.
    • Back to hotel & overnight stay.
    DAY 6
    Galway
    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Pickup from the hotel for your full day tour.
    • Visit St. Nicholas’s Collegiate Church: Dating back to 1320, this church is Ireland’s largest medieval parish church hosting regular services.It is dedicated to St Nicholas of Myra, the patron saint of seafarers and constructed from Galway’s signature grey limestone.In the middle of the 17th century the largest body of Irish genealogical lore, Leabhar na nGenealach, recording the heritage of families across Ireland, was written at this very place. Most of the architecture is from the 14th and 15th centuries when the church was enlarged. You can find evidence of iconoclasm inside, carried out by the Puritan Oliver Cromwell’s troops in the 17th century.The baptismal font is from roughly this period and has an image of a dog carved into its side, while the oldest ledger stone in the church belongs to one Adam Bures, dating back to the 1200s.
    • Visit Lynch’s Castle: At the corner of Shop Street and Abbeygate Street is a robust limestone house that stands apart from the buildings around it.This is Lynch’s Castle, a fortified house that could go back as far as the 14th century but got its current design in the 16th century.The house afforded extra protection from raids to its owners, the Lynch family who had Anglo-Norman roots and were one of the 14 tribes that held sway in Galway in the period.In 1493 when James Lynch Fitzstephen was mayor of Galway he changed his own son from a window here for killing a Spanish sailor.On the main facade you’ll find the Lynch family coat of arms, and there’s another framed panel sporting the coat of arms of Henry VII, who reigned from 1484 to 1509.
    • Drop at Latin Quarter: A hook-shaped district of cobblestone streets in the old centre of Galway, the Latin Quarter is on the left bank of the River Corrib from O’Briens Bridge down to the Spanish Arch.In this small and sociable place you’ll come by many of Galway’s favourite pubs, bars, restaurants, galleries and shops.If you’re on the hunt for classic Irish arts and crafts you’ll be in luck at the Latin Quarter, where shops like the Galway Woollen Market abound with traditional knitwear and are stocked with the local pure wool you’ll need for your own project.Street-performers and entertainers provide a constant folk soundtrack whether you’re window shopping, seeing the sights or bar-hopping.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.
    DAY 7
    Fly Back
    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check-out and get picked up from the hotel for your transfer to Galway International Airport for flight back.
    • Fly back with wonderful memories.        
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