This fast-paced Scotland and Ireland tour focuses on their rich history, with plenty of castle tours and museums to help bring the past to life. It's the perfect trip for those interested in exploring Scottish and Irish heritage.
• Glenveagh Castle
• Royal Yacht Britannia
• Arigna Mining Experience
• Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
• Cliffs of Moher
• Blarney Castle
• Isle of Skye
• Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club
• Columba Hotel
• Muthu Newton Hotel
• Ballachulish Hotel
• Isles of Glencoe Hotel
• Europa Hotel
• Station House Hotel - Letterkenny
• Kilronan Castle
• Temple Gate Hotel
• Killarney Plaza Hotel
• Radisson Blu Royal Hotel - Dublin
Supplier: CIE Tours
Belfast is popular with travelers who come to discover the city’s physical beauty and renewed tranquility. Enjoy performances at the Grand Opera House, shopping along trendy Donegall Place and visiting numerous pubs along The Golden Mile. St. Anne’s Cathedral, also known as Belfast Cathedral, is the principal church of the Anglican Church of Ireland and contains stones from every county in Ireland. Located next to Europa Hotel, the Grand Opera House boasts an impressive mix of large productions of opera, ballet, musicals and drama. Known as the Big Ben of Belfast, the Albert Memorial Clock Tower was built in 1869 to commemorate the Prince Consort. Built in 1849 as one of Queen Victoria’s colleges, Queens University is one of the foremost universities in the British Isles. The classical-style building of Stormont, erected in 1928-32 to house the Parliament of Northern Ireland, stands 3.5 miles outside the city. The Prince of Wales Avenue is exactly one mile long and is bordered by rose beds containing 600 of the famous Korona roses noted for their scarlet blooms.
Dominated by the ramparts of Edinburgh Castle, this picturesque city offers shopping on Princes Street, the grandeur of the Royal Mile, St. Giles Cathedral and historic Palace of Holyrood House, where Queen Mary lived and many Scottish kings were wed. Or venture across the moors to marvel at the scenic Highlands.
A place where a blend of visitors and entertainment combine to create an atmosphere synonymous with Irish tradition at its very best and of times well spent. If it’s music and "craic" you are looking for, seek out the pub/bar most suitable to your liking. For a more relaxed atmosphere visit the cinema.
If it’s delights of the culinary nature that tickle your taste buds, then make sure to check out one of our many restaurants, specializing in traditional Irish dishes to both European and Eastern creations.
When festival time comes round, Ennis and the county of Clare are where it’s all happening!
Developed by Lord Kenmare as a tourist town in the 18th century, Killarney is now the major tourist centre and accommodation base in Kerry. It is the centre for the Ring of Kerry tour, the focal point for the Killarney National Park and the Kerry Way Walking Trail.
East of Inverness, the hills gradually give way to the narrow and sheltered lowland strip around the edge of the Moray Firth, where the main town is Nairn, a long-established small resort notable for its golf and fine beaches. Overall, this area offers plenty of Scottish strands to follow, with a good range of historic sites and castles, as well as Europe's best preserved 18th-century fort (at Fort George).
Located 20 miles west of Derry City and 35 miles north of Donegal Town, Letterkenny is the largest town in Co. Donegal. The town has a buzzing nightlife and offers great historical and recreational opportunities for visitors to the area.
Located just a couple miles from Glencoe lies Ballachulish, which means “the Village by the Narrows”. The Scotish Highland village is separated into two, North Ballachulish and South Ballachulish, divided by the loch. A passenger ferry used to carry those wishing to cross the lock at the narrows, but today The Ballachulish Bridge connects both sides of the village. Ballachulish originally was centered around the slate quarries, and the quarries can still be seen. Today there’s lots for visitors to enjoy in the quiet village - from shopping, strolling through art galleries, having a drink at a local pub, to water sports and golf.
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