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The Magic of Ireland is Calling...

From the iconic landscapes of Game of Thrones and Star Wars to some of the worlds most popular bands including U2, The Cranberries, Enya, Van Morrison, Snow Patrol and many more.  Ireland continues to capture the heart and soul of all those that have the privilege to grace its shores. 

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PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION

PICKUP FROM DUBLIN AIRPORT

The Conrad Dublin is a five star deluxe hotel located in the heart of Dublin's city centre, just opposite the National Concert Hall and around the corner from the beautiful St. Stephens Green. This magnificent hotel is situated only minutes from the famous shopping district of Grafton Street. Aside from its wonderful facilities, the Conrad is legendary for its service - the style of service is personal and above all friendly.

THE SHELBOURNE HOTEL

Option #2

The Shelbourne has been an intrinsic part of Dublin's literary, social, culinary and artistic tradition for many years.  It's ideally situated very close to Dublin's cultural and historic buildings.  As Dublin's largest luxury five star hotel with 265 guest rooms including 19 suites named after famous guests associated with the hotel, 2 bars, the Horseshoe an No. 27, a new innovative Restaurant concept, the hotel is perfectly located on the grandest square in Europe.

WELCOME EVENING AT MEDLEY

Option #2

Big on flavor, buzzing with style, brimming with originality, this is Medley, private dining and venue.  Medley is renowned chef Andrew Rudd's masterpiece. The space is fantastic, a great glazed front beneath the Irish Times on Fleet Street East.  Natural wood with bronze and antiques, it's New York in spirit but it's also so efforlessly stylish it could be at home anywhere in the world.  The food is, of course, where Andrew has excelled. It's a medley - a miz of genres, of cuisines, of flavors with a focus on nutritious, healthy, eating with incredible flavor.

MALAHIDE CASTLE - NORTH DUBLIN COAST

Option #2

Malahide is an enchanting village bursting with charm. Visit the spectacular castle & gardens and then on to Howth for a delicious lunch overlooking Dublin Bay in Aqua Restaurant.  Following lunch, enjoy a stroll with breath-taking views over Howth Head and Dublin's Coastline

KILLARNEY

GETTING TO KILLARNEY

Transfer to Killarney: The journey takes just under 4 hours by coach and your luggage will arrive at your hotel rooms prior to check-in. 

Lunch en Route to Killarney: Stop in Nevilles Pub & Restaurant, situated in Limerick Couny. Delicious food, a warm Irish welcome and a beautiful interior make this the perfect place to stop, refresh and relax before continuing your journey to Killarney.

THE MALTON

Option #1

The Malton is a stunning Victorian hotel and much-loved Irish landmark. Since opening their doors in 1854, this historic hotel has been a cherished destination, welcoming visitors from all over the world.

Known for its distinctive architecture, effortless service and genuine hospitality, The Malton has been a favorite hotel in Killarney for over a century and a half.  

Tucked away on six acres of landscaped gardens, fountains, and pathways for rambling, The Malton is unique in combining wide-open space with the convenience of town. Experience the romance and grandeur of a bygone era in one of Ireland's most beautiful hotels.

JOURNEY TO CORK

Option #2

Jameson Experience: A guided tour of the Old Jameson Midleton Distillery is a journey through the sory of Irish whiskey by means of an audio-visual presentation, guided tour and a Jameson signature drink. Follow the old distillery trail through mills, maltings, still-houses, warehouses and kilns ...some of these buildings date back to 1794.

Titanic Trail: Enjoy a fascinating guided tour of the picturesque town of Cobh recounting the journey of the Titanic and its association with Cobyh, from where it departed on its fateful journey over 100 years ago. 

Lunch: Enjoy a delicious three course lunch at Jameson Distillery.

HOTELS

CONRAD DUBLIN HOTEL

Option #1

The Conrad Dublin is a five star deluxe hotel located in the heart of Dublin's city centre, just opposite the National Concert Hall and around the corner from the beautiful St. Stephens Green. This magnificent hotel is situated only minutes from the famous shopping district of Grafton Street. Aside from its wonderful facilities, the Conrad is legendary for its service - the style of service is personal and above all friendly.

WELCOME RECEPTION

   URBAN BREWING

Option #1

Urban Brewing is the new place to be in town, a microbrewery with two unique bars and its own Stack A Restaurant within. They’ve created their intimate home in a stunning, 19th century warehouse space in the CHQ Building. See your beer being made as it feeds directly into the bar taps! The vaulted restaurant space makes the perfect setting for any evening event. Dramatic surroundings, fantastic food and delicious craft beers make this a very special place in Dublin’s docklands.

ACTIVITIES

ICONS OF DUBLIN

Option #1

Trinity College: A visit to Trinity with its majestic 18th century buildings and squares is like stepping back into another age, an opportunity to experience the peace and quiet of another era!

Christchurch Cathedral: Carved in stone, molded by time and steeped in history, Christchurch Cathedral stands as the centerpiece of Dublin's evolution into a dynamic city.

St. Patrick's Cathedral: Built in honor of Ireland's patron saint,  St. Patrick's Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it St. Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin. The building dates from 1220.

Brazen Head Pub: Enjoy a delicious lunch at the iconic Brazen Head Pub!

DAY TRIP TO BELFAST CITY

Option #3

Transfer to Belfast: Enjoy a journey in comfort as you look out on the beautiful scenery of the Irish countryside. 

The Titanic Experience: Titanic Belfast extends over nine galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and interactive features to explore the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way.  Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic, in the city where it all began.

Black Taxi Tour: The drivers are locals, and have turned themselves into guides, and for this reason, the Black taxi tours are as interesting as they are.  The driver-guides will supply commentary featuring local stories and wit.

KILLARNEY HOTELS

THE EUROPE HOTEL

Option #1

The Europe 5 Star Hotel in Killarney is one of the most luxurious 5 Star Hotels in Ireland. It is in the beautiful grounds of this luxury 5 Star Hotel in Ireland that the waters of Killarney's largest lake, Lough Lein, reflects the wilderness of Kerry's magnificent  McGillycuddy Reeks Mountain range in the scenic Southwest of Ireland.

KILLARNEY ACTIVITIES

TOUR THE GAP OF DUNLOE

Option #1

Gap of Dunloe: The tour begins by coach to Kate Kearney's Cottage from where you take a horse drawn carriage through the six mile pass. Within the pass are five breathtaking lakes which are all connected by the River Loe.  There is an old arch bridge called the Wishing Bridge so named because its said that wishes made while upon it are destined to come true.

Boat Tour: Once through the Gap, boats are waiting on the Gearhameen River for the homeward journey via the enchanting Upper, Middle, and Lower Lakes of Killarney to the historic Ross Castle where coaches await for the journey back to town.

Lunch: An amazing lunch will be served at Lord Brandon's Cottage prior to taking the boat for the journey home.

HORSE RIDING IN KILLARNEY NATIONAL PARK

Option #3

Experience an amazing journey through the stunning Killarney National Park on horseback. Take in stunning views of the mountains, lake, flora and fauna. Afterwards you will dine in one of Killarney's traditional Irish pubs.

"It's difficult to translate the charm and magic of Ireland on horseback" - Willie Leahy