Enjoy The Perfect Ireland Tours With Ireland Itinerary

Enjoy The Perfect Ireland Tours With Ireland Itinerary

Ireland is best known for its Saint Patrick's Day and for being the second most astounding buyer of lager on the planet. However, other than these shallow actualities, it is likewise home to superb scenes, moving mountains, and exceptional undertakings. Along these lines, affix your safety belts, unwind and take a full breath, since we're presenting to you the best Ireland itinerary that will take you into the best places in Ireland, Europe. Read More

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Ireland is best known for its Saint Patrick's Day and for being the second most astounding buyer of lager on the planet. However, other than these shallow actualities, it is likewise home to superb scenes, moving mountains, and exceptional undertakings. Along these lines, affix your safety belts, unwind and take a full breath, since we're presenting to you the best Ireland itinerary that will take you into the best places in Ireland, Europe.

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the Galway city

  • Adore the cliffs of Moher

  • Discover the Dingle dolphin boat tour

  • Visit the Giant’s Causeway

Trip Glances

Day 1: Arrival and Explore The Cliffs of Moher

Day 2: Make Way For Galway City

Day 3: Must Take Dingle Dolphin Boat Tour

Day 4: Giant’s Causeway

Day 5: Departure

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival and Explore The Cliffs of Moher

On the first day on your Iceland itinerary reserves for the Cliffs of Moher that is situated on the west coast of Ireland, near Liscannor Village in County Clare. It is easily accessible via public or private vehicles but most tourists opt for package tours with a side trip to Burren National Park. The Cliffs of Moher are 8 km (5 miles) long and offer an endless panoramic view that will leave any tourist in awe. The cliffs will make you experience nature in its purest form. Taste the salt in the air, hear the birds chirp and smell the ocean breeze, as you wander the edge of the world.  This day trip from Dublin will allow you experience a full day tour with a guide that will take you to the amazing cliffs, as well as the cities of Doolin and Galway and a walk in Burren National Park. After exploring the place, you can proceed to the hotel and take some delicious food there and you can take a stroll near your hotel if you want to have a romantic experience under the starry sky.

Day 2: Make Way For Galway City

Start your second day with shopping in the amazing city of Galway. The streets are packed with shops that offer souvenirs, cute postcards, and Claddagh rings. You shouldn’t miss Charlie Byrne’s used bookshop, book lover or not - it’s a delight for the mind. Before sunset, head to Galway Bay and enjoy the stunning view of the coastline, country houses, and the lighthouse.  Finally, end your day with a bottle of your choice while munching on fish and chips and listening to live music at the King’s Head Pub in the city center of Galway. Don’t forget to buy some souvenirs for your friends and family members and in the evening you can proceed to your hotel. Eat at the hotel or outside, depending upon your mood, wrap up the day and take a tight sleep to regain your energy for the third day.

Day 3: Must Take Dingle Dolphin Boat Tour

The third day calls for a fishing village on the southwest coast of Ireland. From Dublin, you’ll be traveling four hours to get to this magical spot. A lot of tourists flock to this village to see the famous dolphin, Fungie. Dingle offers tours around the harbor, where Fungi is usually spotted.  Fungie comes alongside the ferry and interacts with the passengers. If you want to see more aquatic creatures, you have to go to the Dingle Aquarium and be fascinated by the different species of reptiles and Atlantic fish. After enjoying the entire day, you can come back to your hotel to have delicious traditional food and after having your meal go to your room to have a tight sleep.

Day 4: Giant’s Causeway

The fourth day on Iceland itinerary is reserved for the Giant’s Causeway, which is a unique piece of landscape that formed as a result of a volcanic eruption. In 1986, it was hailed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. According to legend, it was the remainder of a causeway that was built by an Irish giant, named Fionn MacCumhaills or Finn Maccool. This site is located in the County of Antrim in Northern Ireland and it will take you four hours of travel to get here. Enjoy the gorgeous view of the causeway along the coast and you can also get your hands on the delicious delicacies of Ireland.

Day 5: Departure

After having an amazing experience with Ireland travel itinerary, you can leave for the airport from your hotel on the fifth day of your tour.

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