Enjoy a total of ten blissful nights exploring the Treasures of Ireland and Scotland. Spend one week discovering Ireland at a comfortable pace and experiencing everything from the capital of Dublin to parts of the Wild Atlantic Way. Advance to Edinburgh where you get to experience Scotland’s diverse capital as well as its surrounding regions. All self-drive tours are completely customizable.See more
The itinerary has been created by our local agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.
Your holiday begins...
• Private transfer from Dublin Airport to your
hotel in the city centre
• Visit Trinity College, Dublin Castle, The Guinness
Storehouse, and more
• Visit one of Dublin’s museums before taking a
stroll around the Temple Bar District
• Indulge in a Guinness and some traditional Irish
food at one of the many authentic Irish pubs
Proudly presenting the gardens...
• Stop at Powerscourt House and Gardens to see
the third best gardens in the world
• Explore one of the most serene and beautiful
places of the country, “The Glen of Two Lakes"
• Experience one of the many pubs that the town is known for before retiring at the hotel
• Visit the Rock of Cashel, a group of medieval buildings set on a rocky outcrop of limestone
• Discover Muckross House and Gardens and soak up the scenery of Killarney National Park
• Be sure to get a taste of the town's excellent shops and restaurants
Another day of glorious scenery...
• Immerse yourself in the magical scenery that
makes up beautiful County Kerry
• Stop in Kenmare, a quaint little town with a variety of quality restaurants and pubs
• Visit Ross castle which commands views of Purple Mountain and Innisfallen and Ross islands
Visit this unique village...
• Travel through Ireland by venturing North along
the Wild Atlantic Way
• Stop at the Adare Heritage Village in County
Limerick, regarded as Ireland’s prettiest village
• Continue through the scenic Burren region - a
nice prelude to the magnificent Cliffs of Moher
Farewell Irish beauty...
• Spend your last day in Ireland in Galway, a lively
university city of narrow streets
• Pay a visit to the ancient monastic site of
• Head to Boyne Valley, a region known for its
abundance of megalithic sites
Another romantic dialect...
• Your Scottish adventure begins as soon as your
Dublin flight touches ground in Edinburgh
• Walk the royal mile in the old town to see the
crown jewels in Edinburgh Castle
• The National Museum of Scotland is nearby -
learn more about the nation’s rich history
A round trip...
• Head north of the capital and into the highland
region of Scotland
• Soak up the beautiful scenery at Loch Ness and
attempt to detect the infamous monster
• Experience Glencoe, the most famous and
picturesque Highland Glen of the country
A rich history...
• Continue your exploration of Scotland’s capital by experiencing Camera Obscura
• Visit the official residence of her majesty at
• Discover the floating palace that served the British Royal Family for over forty years
We're sorry to see you go...
• Return to Edinburgh airport two hours prior to
your flight's scheduled departure
• This will allow ample time to check in for your
• Edinburgh airport offers a surprisingly large array of shops and restaurants
The price reflects this specific tour itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
|Price per person in Peak Season (August)||£1,670|
|For other periods and group sizes, please enquire|