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British & Irish Voyager | 14 Day Escorted 2018

Tour Includes:

Transport

  • Sightseeing by luxury coach
  • Professional driver/guide

Accommodation

    • Park Plaza Hotel Riverbank London (2 nights)
    • Hilton Hotel Liverpool (1 night)
    • Macdonald Houstoun House Hotel, Uphall near Edinburgh (2 nights)
    • Columba Hotel Inverness (1 night)
    • Glasgow Marriott (1 night)
    • Croke Park Hotel Dublin (2 nights)
    • The Brehon Hotel Killarney (2 nights)
    • Hotel Meyrick Galway (1 night)
    • Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel Dublin (1 night)

     

      Meals

      • Full breakfast daily except on day 1
      • 10 dinners
      • Welcome get-together drink

      Other Inclusions

      • Visits, tours and admissions
      • Headsets for walking tours
      • Deluxe carry-on backpack, ticket wallet, luggage tags & strap
      • All local taxes, hotel service charges & porterage for one suitcase per person

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      13 Nights/23 Meals

      Starts in London/Ends in Dublin

      Highlights:

      Scottish Ceilidh with Pipers & Dancers

      Old Jameson Distellery Shindig

      St Andrews Walking Tour

      Beatles Theme Story

       Dingle Peninsula

      Kiss the Blarney Stone

      Killarney Jaunting Cars

      Fitzpatrick Castle Dinner & Overnight

       

       

      14 Day British & Irish Voyager Itinerary

      Day 1 : London Arrival & Tour

      Your vacation starts at your London hotel at 2:00 pm when you meet your guide. Head out on a panoramic tour of central London to see famous landmarks including Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Stop at St Paul’s Cathedral, with its world-famous dome, to tour the awe-inspiring interior. Join your guide to discuss your trip over a welcome drink and dinner.

      Day 2 : Tower of London & City Sights

      Today you may schedule your London sightseeing when you take an open-top bus tour around the many famous landmarks. There are a number of different bus routes as well as a walking tour and a cruise on the River Thames. Visit the Tower of London to view the magnificent Crown Jewels, guarded by Beefeaters in distinctive Tudor uniforms. You are free to choose a restaurant to dine independently. 

      Day 3 : Stratford & Beatles’ Liverpool

      Drive through the Cotswolds, a delightful hilly region with mellow-hued stone houses. Take a panoramic tour around Stratford-Upon-Avon to see places associated with William Shakespeare. Continue to Liverpool where a visit to The Beatles Story, a museum that will immerse you in the lives of the “Fab Four.” Check in to your hotel. 

      Day 4 : Lake District & Edinburgh Ghost Walk

      Travel through the glorious Lake District, associated with the children’s author, Beatrix Potter, and stop in Bowness-on-Windermere to visit the World of Beatrix Potter to see animal characters that she created. Near the Scottish border stop at the Old Blacksmith's Shop at Gretna Green, one of the world’s most popular wedding destinations. Drive to Edinburgh for a dinner at a popular restaurant followed by a fun ghost walking tour through ancient streets. 

      Day 5 : Edinburgh Castle & City Tour

      Explore central Edinburgh this morning, starting in the 200-year-old “New Town” with its planned streets and elegant Georgian houses where many famous writers and inventors lived. See the Royal Mile where old medieval houses are clustered and tour Edinburgh Castle to view the Crown Jewels of Scotland and the Stone of Scone. The afternoon is free for independent activities. On August 2 to 16 departures, experience the world-famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. 

      Day 6 : St Andrews & highland Ceilidh

      Travel north to St Andrews, famous for golfing and Scotland’s oldest university. Take a walking tour around the town with a local guide who tell you all about the famous people and happening here. Drive to Inverness, a major town in the Highlands and check in to your hotel beside the River Ness in the center of the town. After dinner, take part in a ceilidh, a musical evening, in your hotel.

      Day 7 : Highlands & Loch Lomond Cruise

      Travel south through more wonderful Highland scenery today, passing the shoreline of Loch Ness with views of this deep lake. Drive past Ben Nevis, Britain's highest peak, and through the towering mountains of Glen Coe, which is famous for the Massacre of Glen Coe in 1692. Take a scenic cruise on Loch Lomond, Britain's largest lake, to admire panoramic views. Drive into Glasgow for a short orientation tour. 

      Day 8 : Ferry to Ireland & Titanic Belfast

      Make an early start this morning as you travel south through Ayrshire to Cairnryan for a short ferry journey to Larne with your tour group and coach. In Belfast tour the main sights and visit Titanic Belfast to learn about the famous liner. Drive to your hotel in Dublin where the evening is free for independent dining. 

      Day 9 : Dublin Tour & Kilmainham Gaol

      This morning tour Dublin to see Georgian squares with elegant row houses, public buildings, public parks and lively shopping streets. Visit Kilmainham Gaol where many of Ireland’s leaders, including Robert Emmett, Eamon DeValera and Padraig Pearse, were imprisoned during the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the afternoon use your vouchers for an independent open-top bus tour around the city and a visit to one attraction.

      Day 10 : Blarney Castle & Killarney

      Travel south through farming country and stop to view the Rock of Cashel, which rises high above the surrounding plain. Just a few miles outside Cork, visit Blarney Castle to kiss the famous “Stone of Eloquence.” Also visit the Blarney Woollen Mills before driving through Macroom and into County Kerry, where the scenery becomes more mountainous. Check in to your hotel in Killarney and relax before dinner. 

      Day 11 : Dingle Peninsula & Brewery

      Take a jaunting car ride to majestic Ross Castle on the shores of Lough Leane. Then discover the scenic Dingle Peninsula, made famous by two movies – “Ryan’s Daughter” and “Far & Away.” Drive to Slea Head at the western tip of the peninsula for spectacular views. Stop in the town of Dingle and embark on a short cruise around Dingle Harbour and Bay for more great panoramic views. Return to Killarney and dine at Kate Kearney’s Cottage and watch lively music, song and dance.

      Day 12 : Flying Boat Museum & Cliffs of Moher

      Visit Foynes Flying Boat Museum to learn about the early days of flight when this was the landing place for Pan Am Clippers. Cross the River Shannon Estuary by ferry and then view the Cliffs of Moher, an impressive wall of rock that rises 700 feet above the Atlantic Ocean. In Galway take a brief walking tour around the city center with a local guide.

      Day 13 : Farm Visit & Fitzpatrick Castle Stay

      Stop at Rathbaun Farm for tea and scones and watch trained dogs herding sheep. Drive to Dublin and check in to your elegant castle hotel, located on the south side of Dublin. Take a short ride to historic Dalkey Village, now an upmarket suburb for a gentle guided walk and visit the imposing Dalkey Castle. Enjoy a special farewell dinner with your fellow travelers.  

      Day 14 : Tour Ends Dublin Airport

      Your tour will end after breakfast.

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