Arival at the airport. Transfer to the hotel.


Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest church in Ireland with a 140 foot (43 meters) spire. See Oscar Wilde’s Trinity College and the Old library, which gorgeously illustrate the original manuscript of the Book of Kells, main drawn here. The massive Long Hall of the Old library itself is equally if not even more impressive. Walk around Dublin\'s Georgian squares, 18th-century architectural gems. Admire Dublin Castle, built between 1208 and 1220. This complex represents some of the oldest surviving architecture in the city. Continue to the President’s Residence.

Dublin – Kildare  – Rock of Cashel – Limerick – Ennis

Departure to Kildare. Visit the Irish National Stud and  see its famous worldwide thoroughbreds. Continue to the Rock of Cashel, where St. Patrick preached. This is the most visited Heritage site in Ireland.  Arrival in Limerick. See St. John\\\'s Cathedral with the tallest spire in Ireland at an amazing 94m and Treaty Stone on Thomond bridge. Departure to Ennis.

Ennis - Cliffs of Moher – Galway  – Moycullen – Ardrahan - Ennis

Drive to the impressive Cliffs of Moher and enjoy the picturesque panorama of the Atlantic Ocean. A scenic route goes to Galway, \\\"The City of the Tribes\\\" . Stroll around Eyre Square and  enjoy the atmosphere, the culture and  the people of this wonderful place. Drive to Moycullen. See the factory and showrooms of Connemara Marble, one of Ireland\\\'s most original products.  Continue to Ardrahan and explore Rathbaun farm. Explore its thatched cottage home, turf fire, stonewalls and an array of animals. Hand feed the new lambs.

Ennis – Ring of Kerry – Killarney

Drive to Killimer, where to get the ferry to Killorglin. Enjoy magnificent views that gives you the Ring of Kerry. Admire the Lakes of Killarney, a renowned scenic attraction and enjoy the tranquility. Departure to Killarney.

Killarney – Blarney  – Waterford

Drive to Blarney and find its magical Kissing Stone. Visit Blarney Castle, an old ruin where is Blarney stone that supposedly gives the gift of eloquence to all those who kiss it. Continue to Waterford, the oldest city in Ireland famous for its crystal ware and intriguing medieval history. Visit the House of Waterford crystal and factory of crystalglassware.

Waterford – Enniscorthy  - Avoca  – Glendalough – Dublin 

Departure to Enniscorthy, an old Norman settlement, situated on the banks of the River Slaney overlooked by the old 1798 battle site of Vinegar Hill. Drive to Avoca. Visit Handweaving mill, Ireland\\\'s oldest surviving business. Continue to Glendalough, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin and destroyed in 1398 by English troops. Back to Dublin.

Transfer to the airport.