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The Great British & Irish Adventures

The Great British and Irish Isles Bash

With the ultimate British and Irish adventure, discover the sites of Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, House of Commons and King’s College; the shopping of Harrods and Bicester Village; be enchanted by the magical world of Harry Potter or simply cruise along Windermere Lake and experience the nature that inspired England’s great poet William Wordsworth.   

There is something for everyone on this tour, from the stately Chatsworth House to Castles in Edinburgh  and Caernarfon and after touring the sites, why not taste the delights of some local fish and chips or some whiskey-tasting at the Jameson Whiskey Distillery in Dublin.  

If relaxing is more your thing, unwind by visiting Dublin’s Phoenix Park or London’s Hyde Park . This is your chance to chill out if the hustle and bustle becomes too much.  

This is your holiday, so dictate your journey! 

Six-Day Irish Adventure

Get a taste of rural Ireland life with activities such as farming in Killary Farm (the location of Ireland’s only fjord), a spot of fishing on Galway Bay or a round of golf at the Castledargan Hotel in Sligo. 

Travel across the border into Northern Ireland and visit a variety of sites including Derry’s historic City Walls, the Bogside Murals, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and the Giant’s Causeway on the Antrim coast. You can also see the sites and locations used on the worldwide hit television show Game of Thrones or investigate the tragic tale of the doomed ocean liner in the Titanic Museum 

Also on the tour you can experience wildlife, fauna and flora in Phoenix Park Dublin, which is the largest central park in Europe, and visit the Guinness Store House and sample the birthplace of the dark Irish stout.  

If it’s more of an energetic experience you are seeking then you can build up your courage and try Irish dancing and a bit of Céilí music, or visit the Neolithic tombs spread out across the highest summits and ledges of the northern ends of the Bricklieve Mountains in Carrowkeel, County Sligo. 

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