6 Day Ireland Northern Delights
Starting in Dublin, this loop around the North of Ireland is big on attractions, so you can experience ancient history, the famous local Craic and the colourful cities of Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry and Galway. It's Insider moments like… hearing Yeats' poetry in the place he spent many summers, recited by expert Damien as his wife, Paula, serves up a lunch she's created from the produce of their home near the shore of Lough Gill in Sligo.
Our adventure map
Day by day
First Day Arrive in Dublin with an Afternoon of Sightseeing
Spend the morning relaxing and enjoying the sights of Dublin. Meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers this afternoon and see Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Phoenix Park and the stately Georgian Squares with your Local Specialist. Later, a perfect introduction to the city and its history will be a Welcome Reception at the Little Museum of Dublin where you enjoy canapés and a guided visit of the museum.
Hotel: Jurys Inn Parnell Street
Second Day from Dublin to Belfast
Cross the River Boyne at Drogheda and enter Northern Ireland before arriving at the bustling capital Belfast. With a Local Specialist, see the City Hall, Queens University and the Titanic Quarter. Visit the Titanic Museum for a Cultural Insight into the history of the world's most famous ship which was built in this city.
Third Day its Belfast, Giants Causeway, Londonderry / Derry
This morning travel along the beautiful Antrim coast past scenic countryside and rugged beaches. Visit Giant's Causeway, an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This afternoon enjoy a sightseeing, walk along the 17th century city walls with your Local Specialist and see the street murals of the Bogside. Known as the People's Gallery, these murals depict the history of the ‘troubles'.
Fourth Day visit Belleek then Galway
Visit Belleek Pottery Centre for a Cultural Insight demonstration to see the craftsmen at work. Later enjoy a delicious Be My Guest lunch with stunning views over Lough Gill. Meet Damien and Paula and hear stories of W.B. Yeats who was a regular visitor to this region of Ireland. Later, in Galway, explore the city during your orientation, including views of the Cathedral.
Fifth Day Travel from Galway to Dublin
Travel east across Ireland to Dublin. During your free time explore Grafton Street, famous for its street performers or maybe visit the Guinness brewery to sample ‘the black stuff'. This evening celebrate the adventures you have had with your new-found friends during a Farewell Dinner.
Hotel: Jurys Inn Parnell Street
Sixth Day Depart Dublin
Say goodbye after your unforgettable journey through the friendly Emerald Isle! Airport transfers are available. Conditions apply.
- City tour of Dublin, Belfast and Londonderry
- Orientation of Galway
- See Trinity College and Phoenix Park in Dublin, the Titanic Quarter and Queens University in Belfast, the Bogside in Londonderry and Galway Cathedral
- View the Antrim coast, scenic County Donegal, the grave of W.B. Yeats at Drumcliffe
- Visit the Titanic Museum, the Giant's Causeway and Belleek pottery
5 full breakfasts, 2 dinners (including a Welcome Reception and Farewell Dinner), Be My Guest lunch.
What better way to soak up the atmosphere of this lively city than to join a local specialist for a stroll through its hidden side streets? We'll have an included drink in a historic pub and continue to a local restaurant for a quintessentially British meal; fish and chips.
Join us and the the rest of the group for a cosy and relaxing evening of dinner and a drink in a locally-loved restaurant.
A trip to Dublin wouldn’t be complete without visiting the place where Guinness, the world-famous drink, is made. They've been brewing the 'black stuff' at the Storehouse since 1759, and during your visit you'll even learn how to pour the perfect pint.
Where you stay
All hotels included in your tour package are hand-picked, of an outstanding standard and far better value than if booked individually. Our valued travel partners who organise these tours also own the Red Carnation Hotel Group and where possible Red Carnation Hotels are used and please see our link for further details.
- Audio Headsets for flexible sightseeing
- Luxury air-conditioned coach with WiFi in most countries or alternative transportation (such as rail journeys)
- Hand-picked 4 or 5 star accommodation
- Hand-picked Insider Experiences
- Variety of Optional Experiences
- All porterage and restaurant gratuities
- Must-see sightseeing and surprise extras
- An expert Travel Director and separate Driver
- All hotel tips, charges and local taxes
- VIP entry to many sights
Guarantees, Bonds and Awards
- This tour is run by our outstanding travel partners who are multi-award winning Globe Best Tour operator in the world 2013, 2014 and 2015.
- Tours are fully bonded, protected and guaranteed and you pay the operator directly when booking.
- ABTA, IATA and ATOL protected
- Part of the Trade Right Foundation
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