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The Irish Notes itinerary is a 6-day journey to discover the wonderful Emerald Isle.


Day 1

Arrival in Dublin

Day 2

Walking tour of Dublin to discover the history of the city: from the Celts to independence.

Each city has its own secrets and many stories to tell, you just need to know how to listen to be able to perceive its history and vibrations. Sometimes the best stories are hidden behind walls, buildings and characters we thought we knew. The “from the Celts to Independence” walking tour tells the other story of Dublin, the forgotten and hidden history behind the legends, curiosities, houses and buildings of the city.

*Paid admissions to Trinity College and St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Day 3

Departure from Dublin towards the marvelous Rock of Cashel. It is important to delve into the history of the Celts and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland to discover the darkest sides of the Middle Ages. In the afternoon it is recommended to move to Limerick where you will have the opportunity to visit the most beautiful castle in Ireland, Limerick Castle. Recently restored, the castle still retains the rooms, prisons and all the atmosphere of a medieval castle. An experience not to be missed!

*Paid entrance fees to the Rock of Cashel and Limerick Castle.

Day 4

It will be the turn of the west coast and the cliffs of Moher.

8 km long and more than 200 meters high with a breathtaking view of the ocean that few forget, the Cliffs of Moher are an obligatory stop for anyone visiting the Emerald Isle. Among legends, stories and myths of this little paradise for passionate ornithologists and you will enjoy a breathtaking view… be careful not to be carried away by the wind! From the cliffs you can also see the Aran Islands! After the visit to the cliffs, departure for the village of Kinvarra where we will stop for lunch (free) and in the evening arrival and free time in the vibrant city of Galway.

Day 5

From Galway it is recommended to move to visit one of the cornerstones of Christianity in Ireland, the medieval monastery of Clonmacnoise. One of the most picturesque places in the country, the monastery overlooks the River Shannon and still retains an atmosphere of tranquility. After the Clonmacnoise monastery you absolutely must head towards Trim. A small village not far from Dublin which is home to the famous Trim Castle, the set of several films and very evocative.

*Paid entrance to Trim Castle

Day 6


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