Group size: 18-35 travelers
Raise your pint and revel in the spirit of Ireland.
Can you think of a better time to visit Ireland than during St. Patrick’s Day week? Drop in on the Emerald Isle during one of the most festive times of year, exploring its vibrant cities and breathtaking countryside. Start your journey in Galway, making your way to Cork and the Blarney Castle before settling in for the celebrations in Dublin. Don some green, grab a pint, and join the locals for the city’s legendary St. Patrick’s Day parade.
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You will walk for about 1.5 hours daily across moderately uneven terrain, including paved roads and cobblestone streets, with some hills and stairs.
We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, location, and local charm. While we can't confirm specific accommodations far in advance, these are common hotels for this tour and we're confident you'll be comfortable and satisfied.
This contemporary hotel is located in the Galway city center. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, and a restaurant with seafood right off the boat from Galway Bay. Nearby, you’ll find Galway Market, the Spanish Arch, and the Galway City Museum.
Imperial Hotel Galway
The Galway City Hotel is less than a minute to the main shopping thoroughfare Shop Street and the renowned nightlife and atmosphere of Quay Street in the Latin Quarter in Galway. The hotel in Galway is within 5 minutes walking distance to Town Hall Theatre, 10 minutes walk of Galway Cathedral, NUI Galway and 15 minutes to University College Hospital. A taxi rank is just outside the door and Ceannt train station and Galway bus station are just a 5 minutes stroll across Eyre Square from the The Imperial Hotel.
Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel
County Cork, Ireland
This family-run hotel is located in in the heart of Blarney Village. Guests enjoy traditional pub and restaurant facilities, and a fitness Center with a gym. Nearby, you'll find Blarney Castle and Gardens, Blarney Woollen Mills, and the Irish Whiskey Academy.
Maldron Hotel Smithfield
Superbly located adjacent to Dublin's business, legal district and retail areas, the Maldron Hotel in Smithfield Dublin is the perfect base for visits to Ireland’s capital city. All 92 guest rooms are furnished in a contemporary style with complimentary broadband access as standard. Many bedrooms feature wall to ceiling glass windows or balconies with panoramic views of the city with some of the finest accommodation Smithfield has to offer.
Temple Bar Hotel
The Temple Bar hotel is a Dublin City center Hotel situated in the heart of Dublin’s cultural quarter and within easy access of all main attractions. The Temple Bar Hotel offers every possible amenity literally on your doorstep, including the infamous shopping areas of Henry Street and Grafton Street, the welcome of “Molly Malone”, the world renowned Trinity College home to the Book of Kells and O'Connell Street, featuring the much talked about Millennium Spire reaching a staggering 120 meters into the Dublin City center skyline.
Our team of experts will create a personalized flight itinerary for you. Meet up with friends, arrive early, stop over somewhere new, or stay longer — we've got you covered.