Irish Panorama Itinerary

Day One

  • Arrive in Dublin and travel to your accommodation (pickup can be arranged).

  • Have Leisurely afternoon in the city, get acquainted with the area.

  • In the evening, you will be briefed with tour details by our staff.

Day Two

  • After a full Irish breakfast, we’ll visit the Monastic Glendalough and will have time to walk to the lakes.

  • Time at leisure in Avoca Handweavers.

  • A scenic drive across Wicklow mountains will bring us to Kikenny City. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day Three

  • After breakfast, our first stop will be in Cashel for a visit at the impressive St. Patrick’s Rock.

  • Travel to Blarney to visit the castle and to kiss the “stone of eloquence.” There will be some time for leisure at the Blarney Wollen Mills.

  • Overnight in Killarney Town. Optional dinner in Tralee Town followed by Siamsa show.

Day Four

  • After breakast, we will take traditional open boats through the Three Lakes of Killarney passing by Innisfallen Island, Brickeen Bridge, Colleen Bawn Rock, Torc Mountain, Old Weir Bridge , and The Meetings of The Waters.

  • We will break at Lord Brandon’s Cottage for a light snack, then change to pony and trap ride through the Gap of Dunloe.

  • The rest of the day is spent at leisure and overnight at your hotel.

Day Five

  • Breakfast. Depart to Tarbert where we will catch the ferry across the Shannon Mouth and continue to the Cliffs of Moher.

  • Visit a Salmon Smokehouse and drive through the lunar landscapes of The Burren to Galway.

  • Dinner and overnight in Galway Cityarea.

Day Six

  • Breakfast. This morning we’ll walk the Galway City Centre before departing toward Dublin.

  • Stop in Shannonbridge to join The Clonmacnoise and West Offaly Railway for a 9km rail trip through Blackwater Bog.

  • Stop at a peat bank to learn how this fuel is made!

  • Check-in at Dublin Hotel, dinner and overnight in Dublin.

Day Seven

  • Breakfast. City tour of Dublin City including Georgian streets, squares, St. Stephen's Green, the Quays and impressive buildings.

  • Visit the Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery.

  • Evening walking tour around the narrow streets of Medieval Dublin to discover the mysteries of “dark Dublin.”

  • The tour will end in a traditional pub for our farewell dinner. Overnight.

Day Eight

  • Finish tour after a full Irish breakfast.

  • Transfer out of Dublin.