Landscapes of Scotland & Ireland
- Duration: 15 or 18 days
- Group size: 15-38
- Reviews: 76
Travel through the landscapes of Scotland and Ireland, where hundreds of years of history spring suddenly to life. Start your journey in Edinburgh with the city’s Georgian architecture, then head to Glasgow before crossing the Irish Sea to visit historic Belfast. Turn south through charming Galway and County Kerry’s coastal landscapes before ending your adventure amid Dublin’s bustling streets.
- 13 nights in handpicked hotels
- 13 breakfasts
- 5 dinners with beer or wine
- 7 guided sightseeing tours
- Expert Tour Director & local guides
- Edinburgh Castle
- Stirling Castle
- Titanic Belfast museum
- Kilbeggan whisky distillery
- Cliffs of Moher
Our tour director made a big difference. When an unexpected problem arose, but he found a way around it. When one option became unavailable, he found another. On one occasion he even arranged for a slight itinerary change at the request of several on the tour. He was very informative and he added to...
There was lots to see. But was not overwhelming. We had a great tour director and drivers. Learned a lot.
We had a great time. Our tour guide, Alan, was totally knowledgeable, entertaining, efficient, and kind. Our bus drivers, Dan and Bobbie, provided excellent driving and knowledge about the areas. The local guides did an excellent job as we toured the cities. We had a great group of 30, and laughed a...
We were blessed to have Austin as our tour guide. He has a ‘wicked’ sense of humor & did not take offense when we teased him about ‘going up the hell (hill), or stories about Bell(Bill) etc.. Visiting the Causey Farm in Ireland was one of my favorite excursions. We were guided through the making of ...
The tour was great overall. We saw so much which would have been impossible on our own. Our tour director Nick was great and very knowledgeable. Our drivers Steve and Bobby were great too. All the local guides were great also. It was hard being on a strict schedule and sometimes not having enough t...
Here's the nitty-gritty—where you’ll stay, how you’ll get there, and what to know about your destination before you go.
We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, location, and local charm. Specific accommodations will vary based on your departure date, but these are frequently used hotels for this tour and we're confident you'll be satisfied.
Take some time for rest and relaxation in the comfortable, spacious, and elegantly furnished rooms at the Copthorne Tara Hotel, located in the residen...
This modern hotel is located in Edinburgh’s West End. Guests enjoy a restaurant, bar, and free Wi-Fi. Nearby, you'll find Edinburgh Castle, the Nation...
This contemporary hotel is located in the Glasgow city center. Guests enjoy a swimming pool and bar. Nearby, you'll find the Burrell Collection, Royal...
This sophisicated boutique hotel is located in the Linen Quarter. Guests enjoy a bar and a steakhouse. Nearby, you’ll find City Hall, Victoria Square,...
This colonial hotel is located in the Golden Heights neighborhood. Guests enjoy outdoor dining, a restaurant, and a bar. Nearby, you’ll find the River...
This boutique hotel is located in Dublin's city center. Guests enjoy Wi-Fi, a fitness suite, and hotel bar. Nearby, you'll find Trinity College, Dubli...
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