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Tour Code : IRCL8N

Ireland Classic

Starting From
98,000/-

Facilities You Get

  • International hotel booking services from Life Holidays
    Hotel
  • Breakfast service from Life Holidays
    Breakfast
  • Visa consulting services Life Holidays
    Visa
  • Taxi transfer services from Life Holidays
    Transfer
  • Mountain sightseeing with Life Holidays
    Sightseeing

Overview

Limerick

Limerick is the third-largest city in Ireland and Shannon is the nearest airport which is just 20 km away from the city centre. Limerick is a practical stop to cover west Ireland mainly Cliffs of Moher and Galway in a day. Limerick is also very well connected to Killarney which is in South Ireland. Most of the times hotels rates in Limerick is much cheaper than in Dublin. Also covering Cliffs fo Moher and Ring of Kery from Dublin as day excursions could be very hectic and time-consuming. Therefore staying in Limerick saves money and time. 

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Killarney

Located in the County of Kerry, Killarney is at the heart of the very beautiful and spectacular Southwest of Ireland. Also known as ‘The Town in the Park’, Killarney town is surrounded by 26,000 acres of National Parkland, including three stunning lakes. Killarney is known for its lush greenery, scenic landscapes and breath-taking views of nature’s paradise. Killarney is known for its national park, Muckross House, Ross Castle, Torc waterfall, Aghadoe viewpoint and many more attractions. This is also a hub for adventure sports such as hiking, rock climbing, cycling, horse riding, canoeing etc. 

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Dublin

Capital of the Republic of Ireland, also known as a warm and welcoming city. Tourists all over the world visit Dublin for its historic buildings including Dublin Castle dating back to 13th Century, St Patrick’s Cathedral, National Museum of Ireland giving an insight into Irish heritage and culture and world-famous Trinity College. Its City parks such as St Stephen’s Green and huge Phoenix Park, containing Dublin Zoo are the famous spot of attraction. Do visit Guinness Beer warehouse to understand beermaking and Irish pub culture.  

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Belfast

Belfast is a capital city of Northern Ireland which a part of the United Kingdom. Belfast is well known for two major reasons - 1. Its a birthplace of Titanic ship and 2. Giants causeway day tour. Belfast city is also known for its Titanic museum, Ulster museum, Botanical garden, Peace wall and Crumlin Road Gaol. Do visit Cathedral Square, Victoria Square and St George's Market to get the local experience of this city. Giants causeway is the main excursion from Belfast and is known for about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, resulted due to an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. This site is approx 120 km away from Belfast. Games of Throne lovers will enjoy various locations nearby Belfast. 
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Hotel

Option 1Regular Package
# City Name Hotel Name Nights
1LimerickPier Hotel2
2KillarneyWindway House2
3DublinSheldon Park Hotel2
4BelfastTravelodge Central2
Option 2Delux Package
# City Name Hotel Name Nights
1LimerickPier Hotel2
2KillarneyDromhall 2
3DublinSheldon Park Hotel2
4BelfastTravelodge Central2
Option 3Premium Package
# City Name Hotel Name Nights
1LimerickPier Hotel2
2KillarneyKillarney Plaza2
3DublinSheldon Park Hotel2
4BelfastTravelodge Central2

Itinerary

Day 1

Dublin / Shannon airport - Limerick

Arrive at Dublin airport and proceed to Limerick city centre by coach. This journey will take approx 3.3 hrs. OR arrive at Shannon airport and we shall transfer you to the hotel in just 20 mins. Limerick is the third-largest city in Ireland and is a good starting point to visit Cliffs of Moher as well as Killarney. Overnight at Limerick.

Day 2

Cliffs of Moher tour by coach Ex Limerick

This tour starts from Limerick at 09:00 hrs. We drive past the King Johns castle and proceed to Cliffs of Moher. You get approx 1.5 hours at the Cliffs of Moher - one of the worlds greatest natural attractions. You can enjoy a hike or a relaxed walk while gazing in amazement at this geological and natural beauty. We depart from the Cliffs of Moher for a stop in Doolin, a lovely village where you may wish to enjoy a traditional Irish pub lunch (optional). On the way, you shall have superb views of the Atlantic coast and the Aran Islands.

We depart Doolin and visit one of the most unusual limestone surfaces anywhere - the Burren, a lunar landscape dating back 300 million years with unique features such as underground lakes and waterfalls. The tour continues with a coastal drive along Galway Bay and then we stop at Bunratty Castle, for the chance to grab a coffee and refresh yourself. Evening return to Limerick by 5 pm. Overnight at Limerick.

Day 3

Limerick - Killanrney

Check out and proceed to Limerick bus station and board a direct bus to Killarney. This journey will take approx 2 hrs. Rest of the day is free to explore scenic town of Killarney using Red bus. Explore Killarney National park, enjoy a horse carriage ride or take a walk in the national park. Visit Torc waterfalls and Muckross house and its gardens. Finally, have a panoramic view of the lake from Aghadoe viewing point. Overnight at Killarney.

Day 4

Ring of Kerry coach tour from Killarney

Ring of Kerry is a circular coastal road of 179 km around the Iveragh Peninsula in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry. This route is famous for coastal landscape and seaside villages. Your tour will start along the banks of the River Laune to Killorglin, via Glenbeigh, Kells, Caherciveen and the southern shores of Dingle Bay. The tour continues to Waterville and along the coast via Coomakista Pass and Derrynane and on to Sneem. From Sneem, we travel up the mountain road to Molls Gap, then via Ladies’View and back to Killarney. Overnight at Killarney.

Day 5

Killarney - Dublin

Check out and proceed to Killarney railway station. Board a train to Mallow and then to Dublin Heuston station. On arrival, we shall transfer you to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure to explore Dublin on your own. Visit Grafton street famous for shopping or Temple bar area for typical Irish pub experience and authentic Irish food. You also may explore the greenery in St Stephens Green garden. Overnight at Dublin.

Day 6

Dublin Sightseeing

Today explore Dublin using the hop on hop off bus. Visit all major tourist attractions such as Trinity College, St Stephens green garden. We also have arranged a guided walking tour for 2 hours to give you an insight into Dublin history. Then visit Guinness Storehouse to understand beer making. On the top floor of this storehouse, you shall get a complimentary pint of beer with an excellent view of the city from its rooftop gravity bar. Evening explore Irish pubs in the temple bar area. Overnight at Dublin.

Day 7

Dublin - Belfast

Today proceed to Dublin Connolly station and board a train to Belfast. Arrive at Belfast train station and we shall transfer you to the hotel. The day is free to explore Belfast on your own. Visit Titanic experience centre to understand how titanic was built in Belfast. Explore main squares such as Cathedral Square and Victoria square. Also, visit the famous St Georges market. Overnight at Belfast.

Day 8

Full day Giants causeway tour

Today proceed to Giants causeway full-day tour by coach. Your first stop will be at Carrickfergus Castle, before travelling onward to the world-famous Carrick-a-rede Rope bridge. You may take a terrifying trip across the bridge that was originally erected by salmon fishermen (weather permitting) or take an exhilarating walk, and enjoy the stunning views. Then visit Giant’s Causeway, Northern Irelands only World Heritage Site. Spend some time climbing over the ancient stones and snapping some photos around this world-famous attraction. We then re-board our luxury coach, for one last short stop at the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle. Evening return to Belfast.


Day 9

Say Good Bye to Belfast

Proceed to Belfast airport and board a flight back to India. Your tour ends with great memories to cherish.

Inclusions

  • Dublin / Shannon airport to Limerick city transfer by coach
  • Full day tour of Cliffs of Moher by coach - Limerick to Limerick
  • Limerick to Killarney transfer by coach
  • Killarney hop on hop off bus
  • Full day Ring of Kerry tour by coach from Killarney
  • Killarney to Dublin Heuston train ticket via Mallow - 3 hrs
  • Dublin Hop On Hop Off bus pass
  • Guinness Storehouse fast track entry ticket
  • Dublin guided walking tour for 2 hrs
  • Dublin hotel to Dublin Connolly station transfer
  • Dublin Connolly to Belfast train ticket
  • Belfast Hop On Hop Off bus pass
  • Full day tour of Giants causeway tour by coach
  • Belfast hotel to airport transfer

Exclusions

  • Airfare
  • Porterage, personal expenses
  • Hotel deposits if any
  • Early check in or late check out
  • Anything not included in Inclusions list is excluded
  • Overseas Travel Insurance

Hotel

Option 1Regular Package
# City Name Hotel Name Nights
1LimerickPier Hotel2
2KillarneyWindway House2
3DublinSheldon Park Hotel2
4BelfastTravelodge Central2
Option 2Delux Package
# City Name Hotel Name Nights
1LimerickPier Hotel2
2KillarneyDromhall 2
3DublinSheldon Park Hotel2
4BelfastTravelodge Central2
Option 3Premium Package
# City Name Hotel Name Nights
1LimerickPier Hotel2
2KillarneyKillarney Plaza2
3DublinSheldon Park Hotel2
4BelfastTravelodge Central2

Itinerary

Day 1

Dublin / Shannon airport - Limerick

Arrive at Dublin airport and proceed to Limerick city centre by coach. This journey will take approx 3.3 hrs. OR arrive at Shannon airport and we shall transfer you to the hotel in just 20 mins. Limerick is the third-largest city in Ireland and is a good starting point to visit Cliffs of Moher as well as Killarney. Overnight at Limerick.

Day 2

Cliffs of Moher tour by coach Ex Limerick

This tour starts from Limerick at 09:00 hrs. We drive past the King Johns castle and proceed to Cliffs of Moher. You get approx 1.5 hours at the Cliffs of Moher - one of the worlds greatest natural attractions. You can enjoy a hike or a relaxed walk while gazing in amazement at this geological and natural beauty. We depart from the Cliffs of Moher for a stop in Doolin, a lovely village where you may wish to enjoy a traditional Irish pub lunch (optional). On the way, you shall have superb views of the Atlantic coast and the Aran Islands.

We depart Doolin and visit one of the most unusual limestone surfaces anywhere - the Burren, a lunar landscape dating back 300 million years with unique features such as underground lakes and waterfalls. The tour continues with a coastal drive along Galway Bay and then we stop at Bunratty Castle, for the chance to grab a coffee and refresh yourself. Evening return to Limerick by 5 pm. Overnight at Limerick.

Day 3

Limerick - Killanrney

Check out and proceed to Limerick bus station and board a direct bus to Killarney. This journey will take approx 2 hrs. Rest of the day is free to explore scenic town of Killarney using Red bus. Explore Killarney National park, enjoy a horse carriage ride or take a walk in the national park. Visit Torc waterfalls and Muckross house and its gardens. Finally, have a panoramic view of the lake from Aghadoe viewing point. Overnight at Killarney.

Day 4

Ring of Kerry coach tour from Killarney

Ring of Kerry is a circular coastal road of 179 km around the Iveragh Peninsula in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry. This route is famous for coastal landscape and seaside villages. Your tour will start along the banks of the River Laune to Killorglin, via Glenbeigh, Kells, Caherciveen and the southern shores of Dingle Bay. The tour continues to Waterville and along the coast via Coomakista Pass and Derrynane and on to Sneem. From Sneem, we travel up the mountain road to Molls Gap, then via Ladies’View and back to Killarney. Overnight at Killarney.

Day 5

Killarney - Dublin

Check out and proceed to Killarney railway station. Board a train to Mallow and then to Dublin Heuston station. On arrival, we shall transfer you to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure to explore Dublin on your own. Visit Grafton street famous for shopping or Temple bar area for typical Irish pub experience and authentic Irish food. You also may explore the greenery in St Stephens Green garden. Overnight at Dublin.

Day 6

Dublin Sightseeing

Today explore Dublin using the hop on hop off bus. Visit all major tourist attractions such as Trinity College, St Stephens green garden. We also have arranged a guided walking tour for 2 hours to give you an insight into Dublin history. Then visit Guinness Storehouse to understand beer making. On the top floor of this storehouse, you shall get a complimentary pint of beer with an excellent view of the city from its rooftop gravity bar. Evening explore Irish pubs in the temple bar area. Overnight at Dublin.

Day 7

Dublin - Belfast

Today proceed to Dublin Connolly station and board a train to Belfast. Arrive at Belfast train station and we shall transfer you to the hotel. The day is free to explore Belfast on your own. Visit Titanic experience centre to understand how titanic was built in Belfast. Explore main squares such as Cathedral Square and Victoria square. Also, visit the famous St Georges market. Overnight at Belfast.

Day 8

Full day Giants causeway tour

Today proceed to Giants causeway full-day tour by coach. Your first stop will be at Carrickfergus Castle, before travelling onward to the world-famous Carrick-a-rede Rope bridge. You may take a terrifying trip across the bridge that was originally erected by salmon fishermen (weather permitting) or take an exhilarating walk, and enjoy the stunning views. Then visit Giant’s Causeway, Northern Irelands only World Heritage Site. Spend some time climbing over the ancient stones and snapping some photos around this world-famous attraction. We then re-board our luxury coach, for one last short stop at the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle. Evening return to Belfast.


Day 9

Say Good Bye to Belfast

Proceed to Belfast airport and board a flight back to India. Your tour ends with great memories to cherish.

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