DAY 1: Dublin
Hop onto one of Dublin’s sightseeing buses and explore Ireland’s capital city. A great place for children is the Dublin Zoo situated in the Phoenix Park, one of Europe’s largest recreational spaces. If you have a sweet tooth the Butlers Chocolate Experience will be the perfect place to visit.
DAY 2: Dublin
Today experience Dublin and its inhabitants from a new perspective and visit Dublinia, one of the top attractions of the city. Dublinia offers three exhibitions that will provide an insight into life in Dublin over the last centuries. Vikings as well as the city’s medieval residents are displayed so children can learn more about their size and look. Afterwards, get to know more about the Irish and Celtic mythology and the famous stories behind goblins, rainbows and pots of gold in the leprechaun museum. For more exotic fun visit the Rainforest Adventure Golf in the south of the city.
DAY 3: Dublin – Waterford
Leave Dublin and make your fi¬rst stop in Wicklow, also known as ‘The Garden of Ireland’ which is only a stone’s throw from Dublin city. The Glenroe Farm, is worth a visit. It offers a variety of farm animals and pets as well as a large outdoor playground. Continue your journey to Waterford and discover Ireland’s oldest city and its remains of past times with a walk.
DAY 4: Waterford – Cork – Kerry
Today, make your way to Kerry. On the way make a stop in and around Cork. The Fota Wildlife Park, is especially suitable for families. Some of the animals roam freely with the visitors, such as the ringtailed lemurs and squirrel monkeys, while larger animals, including the giraffe and bison, live in paddocks with unobtrusive barriers.
DAY 5: Killarney & Ring of Kerry
Take a relaxing walk through Killarney and make a short visit to the Killarney National Park. Continue driving and you have the opportunity to explore Ireland’s most famous scenic road. Beginning and ending in Killarney, the Ring of Kerry traces the coastline of the Iveragh Peninsula. The Dingle Peninsula is also worth a visit.
DAY 6: Kerry – Galway
Today set off to Galway. Your journey will lead you through Co. Clare and the Burren region, another unique part of Ireland. You should also stop by the world famous Cliffs of Moher. The majestic cliffs are 702 feet at their highest point and stretch for 5 miles along the Atlantic coast.
DAY 7: Kerry – Galway
Visit the National Aquarium where you can discover various domestic as well as exotic fi¬sh species. Afterwards set off to discover the wild beauty of Connemara, a broad peninsula con¬ned in the south by the rocky coast of Galway Bay. Little animal lovers will be happy to spend some time at Turoe Pet Farm. The latter gives a home to pigs, ponies, cows, donkeys, goats and sheep.
DAY 8: Dublin
Make your way back to Dublin for your return flight home.
- 7 nights hotel accommodation
- Excursions to Dublin Zoo, Butler’s Chocolate, Experience Dublinia, Waterford Crystal, Jaunting Car Ride (Ross Castle Tour), Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee Caves, Kylemore Abbey & Gardens.
- Heritage Island Guide
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- Daily breakfast
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