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The Celts were some of the earliest inhabitants of Britain and Ireland and are well known for their passionate and vibrant culture. As we make our way from Belfast to London, we'll take in the very best that the Celtic nations have to offer - including Galway, Dublin, Cardiff and so much more.

Bucket List Inclusions

Guided tour of the Guinness Storehouse

Visit the Cliffs of Moher

Visit the Giant's Causeway

Visit Stonehenge

Visit Bath

More Inclusions

7 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 2 dinners

-7 nights in hotels (twin or double)

Transport

Modern air-conditioned coach with free Wi-Fi

Group Size

30

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 15:00 in Belfast

Finish time:
Approximately 21:00 in London



Yes! You’ve arrived in the land of four-leafed clovers and pots of gold! Wander through the city and spot the street art, murals and cool venues that the locals don't want you to know about. Then: hit up the Titanic Museum or hop on an optional Black Cab tour for local tales and insider tips. And tonight? Tuck into some local fare with the group before knocking back some pints. You'll fit right in.

Anyone for a giant game of hopscotch? Today we’ll spend some time skipping and jumping over the hexagonal stones of the famous Giant’s Causeway before we move onto Derry. Next up: Galway. Expect vibrant culture and bohemian vibes...

Today, the choice is yours. Wanna sail out on an optional trip to the Aran Islands? Go for it! Or you could always stick around town and roam free. If you do, make sure you check out Wolfe Tones Bridge, the Spanish Arch and the main street – where shops and buzzing cafés come alive.

Next: the cobblestone streets and classic pubs of Dublin. Ready for a night of living like a local? Let’s do this!

Get your bearings for this afternoon's free time on a walking tour of Dublin. Then: take in the view of the city from the Guinness Skybar after touring the famous distillery. Keep the buzz going - the rest of the day is yours for the taking.

Land ahoy! After ferrying over to Wales, we’ll make a pit stop for a selfie at the place with the longest name in Europe. Work on your pronunciation for a bit, then feel free to explore the myth-steeped countryside. The afternoon is all yours!

Today we’ll find out why so many English students flock to study in Cardiff. Psst - it's got something to do with all the awesome bands and musicians that pass through here. Tonight: get emotional. It’s farewell dinner time. #sadface

En route to London we’ll stop by beautiful Bath and atmospheric Stonehenge. Pretty epic for a last day, right? Quick! Get everyone on Facebook before the trip ends.

Make sure you give yourself some time to explore buzzing, cosmopolitan Belfast (and of course, learn about its history) before you meet your trip mates this afternoon. Our suggestions? Hit up the Titanic Museum or City Hall. We’ve got an included dinner to help break the ice tonight!

Big question. How did 40,000 hexagonal rock columns end up in the same place? Doesn’t matter! The Giant’s Causeway rocks (pun intended). But in case you’re interested, this world-famous landmark is actually the result of a volcanic eruption. Pretty cool, huh? We’ll arrive in Galway tonight – the city that inspired Ed Sheeran’s ‘Galway Girl’.

Yay! You’ve got a free day to explore Galway! Grab yourself some fish and chips in a cosy pub (and don’t forget to team it with a beer). Then: go exploring and check out the amazing street performers and buskers. If you fancy it, you can also pay an optional visit to the Cliffs of Moher. The definition of beautiful, rugged coastline, this place is like something out of a movie.

On the way to Dublin, we’ll stop off at ancient Newgrange – a site that’s older than both Stonehenge AND the Egyptian Pyramids. Wow! Tonight, sample a taste of tradition at an optional Irish show after dinner, or chill out in the Temple Bar district and soak up the atmosphere.

First up: a walking tour of the city’s most famous and historic sights. Then: take in the views from the Guinness Skybar after touring the Guinness Storehouse (when in Dublin!). Want some ideas for your free afternoon? How about checking out Dublin Castle or St Stephen’s Green?

Next stop: Cardiff. Let’s play a game - how many Welsh words can you learn in one night?

It’s your day, your way. Check out Cardiff Castle, go for a wander in Cardiff Bay or simply hit up St David’s Shopping Centre. And did we mention the pubs? There are A LOT of them. Extra points if you visit one while the rugby is on! Tonight, we’ve got one last farewell dinner to look forward to. Time to get all the selfies in!

All good things must come to an end. But not so fast - there are still two stops left! After heading to historic Bath for a walking tour, we’ll embrace the mystery surrounding those iconic stones at Stonehenge. Then: we're off to London Town for teary goodbyes. Who wants to go again?

-Irish night in Dublin: €40

-Visit the Aran Islands: €10

-Famous Black Cab Tour of Belfast: €12

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