Get ready to truly see Ireland by experiencing the pub culture, watching the scenery, and visiting the bucket list destinations in this small, yet incredible country.
Flight Arrives in Dublin
The Merrion Hotel Dublin
Breakfast at the hotel
An incredible architectural wonder, and a room most bibliophiles would only dream of finding themselves in, the Trinity College Library is the largest library in all of Ireland.
Location:Old Library, College Green, South-East Inner City, Dublin
The National Wax Museum Plus is a waxworks in Dublin, Ireland. First opened in 1983 as the National Wax Museum, it was later relocated and renamed.
Location:The Lafayette Building, 22-25 Westmoreland St, Dublin
Lively, classy bistro-style dining with an Irish menu with French influences, plus live jazz.
Location:6 Merrion Row, Dublin
Dublin Castle is a major Irish government complex, conference centre, and tourist attraction, of significant historical importance. Until 1922 it was the seat of the British government’s administration in Ireland.
Location:Dame St, Dublin
The second of Dublin’s medieval cathedrals, Christ Church Cathedral, is yet another of Dublin’s architectural wonders.
Location:Christchurch Pl, Wood Quay, Dublin
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland, founded in 1191 as a Roman Catholic Cathedral, it is currently the national cathedral of the Church of Ireland.
Location:St Patrick’s Close, Dublin
The Little Museum of Dublin is the perfect way to get a little bit of all types of history mashed up into one excellent and informative tour.
Location:15 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin
Caught in Irish waters, delivered fresh from Wright’s of Marino, wood-smoked by the chefs and hand-made into little pieces of fishy heaven by Jason, sushi chef extraordinaire and owner.
Location:1 Poolbeg St, Dublin
Dublin to Limerick via Train
The Savoy Hotel Limerick
The Georgian Custom House in Newtown Pery contains a riveting collection of historical artefacts and art donated by the antique dealer and antiquarian John Hunt.
Location:Rutland St, Limerick
Founded in 1168, St Mary’s Cathedral is the oldest monument in the city that continues to be a part of daily life.
Location:Bridge St, Limerick, V94 E068
Located at the heart of Limerick’s medieval quarter and step inside the walls of Limerick’s most iconic landmark! Discover the stories of ruthless King John, the noble knights, and rebellious natives.
Location:Nicholas St, Limerick
Interact with your surroundings and work together to crack clues and solve puzzles so that you figure out your escape before your 60 minutes are up!
Location:15 Nicholas St, Limerick, V94 C79V
The Williamite War came to an end in this city in 1691 with the second Siege of Limerick.
Location:Thomond Bridge, Limerick
One of many erected in the Republic of Ireland to commemorate the dead of the 1916 Easter Rising.
Location:Sarsfield Bridge, Limerick
Offer’s customers a unique experience with a variety of store concepts under one roof – café, cookery school, furniture and home accessories store.
Location:7 Sarsfield St, Limerick
Limerick to Galway via Train
The Galmont Hotel & Spa
This wonderful Italian Pizzeria takeaway serves fantastic Pizza and Pasta options as well as various meal deals for you to choose from. Try the Spaghetti Carbonara for a great tasting Authentic Italian dish.
Location:Galway Co, 4 Forster St, Galway
Journey through green, pastoral countryside, with farms on the south and east shore of the lake and heath and bog to the north and west.
The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas, commonly known as Galway Cathedral, is one of the largest and most impressive buildings in the city. Construction began in 1958 on the site of the old city prison.
Location:Gaol Rd, Galway, H91 A780
By the Corrib River, the Galway City museum opened in a new building in 2007 and is a free and multifaceted attraction covering Galway’s archaeology, folk history, art and natural history.
Location:Spanish Parade, Galway, H91 CX5P
Street-performers and entertainers provide a constant folk soundtrack whether you’re window shopping, seeing the sights, or bar-hopping.
Location:22 High St, Galway, H91 VX4E
Known as the Spanish Arch, this structure was part of defence running from the old Martin’s Tower to the Corrib River to defend Galway’s quays.
Location:2 The Long Walk, Galway
Owned by Enda McEvoy, former head chef at Aniar, the twice Michelin-starred Loam is imbued with a deep respect for provenance. The chefs serve the tables, giving customers insight into how dishes are crafted and the ingredients that dictate their creation.
Location:Geata Na Cathrach, Fairgreen Rd, Galway
Traditional pub featuring all-day dining & hefty meals, plus a large whiskey list & sports on TV.
Location:11 Forster St, Galway, H91 P65D
Muckross Park Hotel & Spa
Breathe in the clean, fresh air and listen to the immense power of the water tumbling down.
Location:Cloghereen Upper, Killarney, Co. Kerry
If you’re wondering what to do in Killarney that’ll take you away from the crowds and treat you to incredible views, add the Torc Mountain walk to your Kerry itinerary.
Location:Torc, Co. Kerry