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7 Day Tour of Ireland

As you look out over this breathtaking
landscape, you could only be in Ireland.
Where else would you find vibrant green
fields divided by ancient stone walls; a
dramatic coastline characterized by its
jagged inlets and tiny islands, and a sky
that changes every time you glance up at
it. You’ll find wonderful scenery no matter
where you are on the island, but this
particular view is the Iveragh Peninsula in
County Kerry, a place where land and sea
collide to stunning effect.

Day 1
Dublin City to Galway
You will meet your personal driver on arrival at Dublin Airport, and take a Dublin city center tour.  
Itinerary include:
• Book of Kells,
• Guinness Storehouse,
• Ha’penny Bridge
Later on day one you will be transferred to Galway 

Over night at Galmont Hotel, Galway.

Day 2
Kylemore Abbey & Connemara National Park

The story of Kylemore – both Castle and Abbey– is a truly remarkable one.
The twists of fate which its occupants experienced, from moments of romance
and happiness, to sadness and courage have all combined to create a
fascinating history spanning over 150 years.
Connemara National Park situated in the west of Ireland in County Galway, it
covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths,
grasslands and woodlands. Was established and opened to the public in 1980.

Day 3
Galway Medieval City Tour & Spiddal Craft Village
The Mediaeval City Centre of Galway is a place the demands to be visited. Galway
became a walled town with the Anglo Norman conquest in 1232.
Galway city is a swirl of enticing old pubs that hum with traditional music sessions
throughout the year. Arty, bohemian Galway is renowned for its pleasures. Brightly
painted pubs heave with live music, while cafes offer front-row seats for observing
street performers, weekend parties run amok, lovers entwined and more. More
importantly, there’s an addictive vibe of culture,fun and frolic.

Enjoy Galway’s ’Riverdance’ Trad on the Prom.

Spiddal Craft Village

Day 4
Cliffs of Moher & Doolin
Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point
they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along
the Atlantic coast of County Clare. From the
Cliffs of Moher on a clear day one can see the
Aran Islands and Galway Bay, as well as the
Twelve Pins and the Maum Turk mountains in
Connemara, Loop Head to the south and the
Dingle Peninsula. O’Brien’s Tower stands near the
highest point and has served as a viewing point
for visitors for hundreds of years.
Doolin (Irish: Dúlainn) is a coastal village in
County Clare, It is a noted centre of traditional
Irish music, which is played nightly in its pubs,
making it apopular tourist destination. Or you
have a choice of taking the ferry to Inisheer (the
smallest island of Aran Islands) from Doolin.
Transfer to Killarney.
Check in to 5* Muckross Park Hotel - 2 nights.

Day 5
Pushed out towards the bay by a modest set of mountains, Dingle is
arguably one of the island’s more charming towns. Eclectic little fashion
and jewellery shops on Green Street give way to intimate and cosy pubs
such as Ashes and Foxy John’s. The latter is a DIY store with beer taps
and, consequently, the only pub in the country where you can sink a
pint and satisfy your hardware needs at the same sitting.

Day 6
Killarney National Park and Kilkenny
Killarney National Park consists of a staggering 26,000 acres of mountains, lakes, woods and waterfalls yours
to discover. A network of tracks traverse the park taking in some of the most breathtaking scenery on earth.
Sightings of the recently reintroduced White Tailed Sea Eagle or members of the only surviving herd of Native
Red Deer are just some of the highlights that may lie in store for you as you explore the famous Lakes of Killarney.
We are all very proud of our vibrant “little” town and the incredibly beautiful surrounding countryside which
makes Killarney a very special place indeed. Brim full of history, heritage, activities, and world class hospitality.
Killarney is populated with enthusiastic and welcoming people, and this enthusiasm is reflected in many national
and international awards.
En-route visit the Rock of Cashel, Tipperary. The iconic Rock of Cashel more formally St. Patrick’s Rock is also
known as Cashel of the Kings. The Rock of Cashel dates from the 12th and 13th centuries, its collection of medieval
buildings perched on this limestone outcrop are truly unique.
Check in 5* Lyrath Castle Hotel www.lyrath.com 

Day 7
Transfer to Dublin Airport
Your vacation on the island of Ireland has come to an end,
thanking you for choosing us Spirit of Ireland Executive Travel
to be your guide of our home. Goodbye for now and looking
forward to see you again. Safe journey home.
On the way back to Dublin Airport, you have a choice of go to Kildare Village, Ireland’s top retail village.
(Depending on your flight’s time).


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