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Green With Envy Ireland

More rounds of stout and slainte! Or made-from-scratch soda bread? More Wilde or the Wild Atlantic Way? Enjoy a grand craic in Ireland’s oldest pub or a grand entrance at a Galway castle. Who’s ready to indulge in endless shenanigans with help from Globus Choice Touring in Ireland?

You choose how you’d like to tip your hat to adventure on this 8-day discovery from Dublin to Limerick. The highlights including a Dublin pub crawl, Achill Island, an E-Bike tour in Westport, a food tour in Galway, the spectacular Cliffs of Hoher and an Irish Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle.
Departing: 15 May 2022
Nights: 7

Includes: 
7 Nights First-Class or Superior First-Class accommodation
7 Breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner
"YourChoice Excursions" - Choose your preferred excursion on the day
Touring by private, air-conditioned motorcoach. Free Wi-Fi (where available)
Hotel taxes, porterage, tips and service charges

Excludes: International Flights, Visas, Travel Insurance and Drinks

Price From: USD 2 535 / EUR 2 162 / ZAR 36 750 (Per Person Sharing)
USD 3 049 / EUR 2 600 / ZAR 44 210 (Single Room)

Your Itinerary

Dublin street

Day 1: dublin – Arrival

Céad mile fáilte - a hundred-thousand welcomes! 

This evening, meet your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel.

Day 2: dublin

Dublin morning orientation drive, including O’Connell Street, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Trinity College.

A choice of one of the following activities:
CLAP: High-Stepping & High Notes
An evening of Irish celebration at Taylors Irish Cabaret! Savour a 3-course dinner with wine, and sip Irish coffee while enjoying a performance by musicians, world-champion Irish dancers and singers.
TASTE: A Barrel of Fun
Few things say “Dublin” more than Guinness stout. Be our guest at the Guinness Storehouse facility at the historic St. James’s Gate Brewery to learn all about the famous beer. Afterward, ascend to the 7th-floor Gravity Bar to drink in the city views as you sip on a pint of the “black stuff,” followed by a delicious End this evening with a delicious Irish themed dinner. 
SIP: Irish Stories & Spirited Swigs
Discover Dublin's rich literary heritage on this fun literary pub crawl; promising to be as educational as it is entertaining. Experience the sights and sounds that inspired great Irish writers such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and W.B. Yeats. To end off the evening, enjoy a hearty pub dinner and a couple of drinks of your choice!

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Included: Excursion of your choice
Dublin bridge
Athlone,_Ireland

Day 3: DUBLIN-TULLAMORE - ATHLONE-WESTPORT

TULLAMORE - Guided tour of an Irish whiskey distillery. 

ATHLONE - Visit the town and stop for lunch at the oldest pub in Ireland.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 4: westport

A choice of one of the following activities:

TREK: Top ‘o the Morning on Top o’ the World
This is a fantastic opportunity to explore Achill Island—Ireland’s largest island. Savour the breathtaking panorama of its tall sea cliffs and wild beaches, the rugged mountains, and peat bogs. Learn about local history and traditions of the area and enjoy a morning coffee in a local cafe.

PEDAL: The Wind at Your Back in Westport
Get away from the crowds for an authentic adventure. Enjoy the natural beauty of Ireland’s west coast town of Westport with an easy, breezy guided e-bike tour.

TASTE: Rise & Shine
Test the tradition of Irish soda bread-baking and enjoy insights into Irish food culture, its history and heritage. Get to know Ireland through its warm bread and warm people. As soon as your made-from-scratch bread is ready, smother it with Irish-country butter and homemade jam. Enjoy a cup of tea, while chatting to fellow artisan bakers.

Meals: Breakfast
Achill Island
GALWAY ireland

DAY 5: WESTPORT-KYLEMORE -MAAM CROSS-GALWAY

KYLEMORE - Visit the Benedictine Abbey.
GALWAY - A choice of one of the following activities:
STROLL: Galway Galore!
On this walking tour of vibrant, medieval city of Galway, see some of its main attractions, as well as its hidden gems. Take photos of Lynch's Castle, Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, The Town Walls dating from 1270 and more. Then pull-up a chair in a local pub for a hearty Irish supper, a couple of drinks, and perhaps a bit of lively craic (conversation) with the locals.
TASTE: Find your Pot o’ Gold
If you are a foodie and have a keen interest in Irish cuisine, this experience is a true treasure. Get the inside scoop from a Local Guide that reveals the best spots to eat. Try local specialties like oysters, crab, cheese, doughnuts, and strawberry tarts with visits to award-winning restaurants and cafes.
FEAST: Some Enchanted Evening!
An enchanting and intimate evening of feasting and festivity awaits at a medieval banquet at Dunguaire Castle which sits on a rocky promontory tucked into a corner of Galway Bay. Join your fellow lords and ladies in the banquet hall for a 4-course dinner fit for royalty! Wine and a lively showcase of fine Irish music, storytelling, and more complete this fantastic experience!

Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6: GALWAY EXCURSION TO THE ARAN ISLANDS

Ferry crossing to Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands. INISHMORE At Ti Joe Watty’s pub, hear from a local about life on Inishmore Island over a light lunch.

A minibus tour of the island with a local guide-driver includes a visit to the prehistoric clifftop fort of Dun Aengus.

Meals: Breakfast 
cliffs of moher

DAY 7: GALWAY-RATHBAUN FARM-CLIFFS OF MOHER-BUNRATTY

RATHBAUN FARM - Visit Rathbaun Farm and enjoy morning coffee. 

CLIFFS OF MOHER - Visit the 668-foot-high rocky cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean. 

BUNRATTY - Attend a farewell dinner at Bunratty Castle with a traditional Irish medieval banquet.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

DAY 8: BUNRATTY - departure

Bid "goodbye for now" to your amazing new friends as you end your epic holiday with breakfast in the morning. 

Head out to catch your international flight; the nearest airport is Shannon Airport.

Meals: Breakfast 
bunratty-castle

LGBTQ in Ireland

Attitudes in Ireland towards the LGBTQ community are regarded as among the most liberal in the world. Same-sex relations were decriminalised in 1993, and same-sex marriage was legalised in 2015. 

The country is recognised for its progressive transformation from conservative attitudes towards one of liberal acceptance. LGBTQ travel in Ireland is generally problem-free and with more and more gay events, businesses and spaces opening up, it is only a matter of time before the capital city Dublin becomes one of the most gay-friendly cities in Europe.

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