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St. Patrick's Day in Ireland  (13 Days)

Can you think of a better time to visit Ireland than during St. Patrick’s Day week? Visit the Emerald Isle during one of the most festive times of year, exploring its most vibrant cities and namesake emerald countryside.The Irish themselves are the Emerald Isle’s true attraction. When an entire pub bursts into song,  it’s easy to see that even the oldest traditions continue to thrive here (and proudly, too). Raise a pint, don some green and join the locals for the city’s legendary St. Patrick’s Day parade.

Your Edventure Includes
  • Round-trip airfare from SFO or LAX (price may vary based on choice of departure gateway)
  • 10 nights in hand-picked hotels
  • Breakfast daily
  • 5 three-course dinners served with wine or beer
  • Full-time multilingual tour director
  • Private deluxe motor coach
  • Select admissions with priority entry
  • Tour of Mountjoy Prison (Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials only)

Guiness Beer Brewery

Colorful Landscape of Cobh

Blarney Castle and Gardens

Cliffs of Moher

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Price: $4,048 (2018) based on double occupancy, plus optional $364.00 premium trip protection

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Next Departure Dates: 
March 2018 (IRST0318)
March 2019 (IRST0319
Contact us for exact departure dates

Edventure Highlights:

~ Take an overnight flight by internationally-recognized airline, transfer to your hotel, and meet your fellow travelers at an included Welcome Dinner

~ Take  a sightseeing tour of Dublin as a local guide leads a drive to Phoenix Park, a visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and a visit to Trinity College, where you can view the illuminated Book of Kells

Correctional/Law Enforcement Officials will tour the Mountjoy Prison

~ Watch the largest St. Patrick's Day Parade in Europe

Join an optional excursion to Glendalough, where you’ll see St. Kevin’s Cross, marking the place where the saint lies buried, the remains of the sixth-century cathedral and the remarkable Round Tower, thought to have been used by monks as a place of refuge, until sacked by the Vikings in the 10th Century ($29 pp)

Take advantage of a free day in Dublin to see the many musical, arts, and sporting events held across the city throughout the day, have a pint of Guiness at its distillery, or simply wander through this very walkable city, making sure to take in O’Connell Street, the city’s main boulevard, and the Ha’Penny Bridge across the River Liffey, so named for the toll pedestrians were once charged

Enjoy a special evening of traditional Irish food, music and entertainment, including a live show of Irish music and dance

~ Visit the Irish National Stud farm and its Japanese gardens, where world-class race horses are bred and trained

~ Travel to County Tipperary where you’ll visit the iconic Rock of Cashel, where the commanding stone buildings date back to the 12th and 13th centuries

~ Become acquainted with Cobh, a fishing village, that served as a launch site for ships bound for North America centuries ago, and visit the Queenstown Story museum, whose exhibits tell the story of Irish emigration during the past 150 years.

~ Travel to Cork, an island city with an impressive network of channels, docks and quays overlooking a vast natural harbor

~ Explore the Blarney Castle, a 15th-century fortress is known above all else for the legendary Blarney Stone, said to grant magical powers of eloquence to those who kiss it

~ Travel around the Ring of Kerry, a 112-mile coastal route that covers some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery

~ Pass the pristine Lakes of Killarney, gaze across Dingle Bay to Dingle Peninsula, enjoy unsurpassed views of the Skellig Islands, and visit the picturesque village of Sneem, the “Knot in the Ring,” where brightly painted cottages surround the cozy market green

~ Stop for a visit at 13th-century Bunratty Castle, then travel through the limestone plateau known as the Burren

~ Stop to see the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, which rise 600 feet above the Atlantic Ocean

~ Experience a guided tour of Galway, and view its famed thatched roof whitewashed homes

~ Journey to Belfast, the cultural heart of Northern Ireland, where you’ll get the local perspective of the city on a guided tour, including a glimpse the copper-domed City Hall, the recently restored Grand Opera House, and the Titanic Museum for a look at the vessel’s infamous history

~ Pay a visit to the rugged Giant’s Causeway, a 60 million years old series of naturally formed hexagonal basalt columns that you can walk on

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