Tradition, history, legacy, breath-taking scenery and the friendliest inhabitants you will meet. Come discover the best of Ireland with your family! This tour is bursting with adventure and memorable moments while keeping an appreciable pace to never feel under pressure. Take advantage of this family moment to create unforgettable memories, explore the sea waters of Connemara by kayak, kiss the Blarney Stone, explore Kerry's Ring and feel the wind on your cheeks atop the cliffs of Moher: Ireland is waiting for you!
Kids will enjoy:
- A visit to the National Leprechaun Museum
- Exploring the rolling hills of the Irish Coast
- Visiting actual Castles! Discovering Medieval Culture
Parents will love:
- Designing this trip with an expert local agent that understands the nuances of working with families
- 24/7 customer support in Ireland provided by the local agency
- Car rental and the freedom to discover Ireland at your own paceSee more
This itinerary has been crafted by our Local Agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and your interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.
• Discover the unique city of Dublin and everything it has to offer!
• For example The Viking Dublin Exhibition. Visit a Viking house and learn of their long, challenging voyages, as well as unrivalled skill in weaponry.
• Visit also the National Leprechaun, the first ever visitor attraction dedicated to the world of Irish myth which opens up a world full of folklore and stories.
• Today, go to the National print museum. The museum was established to document the history of printing in Ireland, to retain the skills relating to the craft of printing and to create a permanent working exhibition of printing.
• Also, experience this breath taking story in interactive galleries, with a feast of powerful audio and video bringing these one-of-a-kind tales to life. Shortlisted for European Museum of the Year 2018, EPIC – The Irish Emigration museum.
• In a recent nationwide survey the people of Galway were found to be Ireland's happiest! And visiting Galway City, it is not hard to see why. It is a lively university city of narrow streets, quaint shopfronts, bustling pubs and stunning surrounding scenery. It has always attracted a bohemian mix of musicians, artists and intellectuals and that attitude is palpable as you walk the streets.
• Visit the Galway atlantaquaria, National Aquarium of Ireland, which presents a comprehensive view of the world of water through clear and interesting displays, informed helpful staff and exciting live presentations and animal interaction sessions.
• Northwest of Galway City lies the rocky, barren, but breathtakingly stunning region of Connemara.
• Stop off in the fishing village of Roundstone, where currachs, old style featherweight rowing boats are still in everyday use. The village also boasts an impressive crafts complex, selling everything from teapots and sweaters to traditional Irish music instrument.
• A little further north of Kylemore Abbey is Ireland’s only fjord – Killary harbour. The inlet is sheltered by mountains on either side and provides some of the best scenery in this region. It is also a prime location for bird watching, hiking, horse riding and kayaking
• On the Aran islands, you can immerse yourself in the rich Celtic culture among people who speak Irish as their first language, and experience a whole different way of life.
• One thing you have to do once you arrive on Inis mor is rent a bicycle. Whether you are going off on your own, with a friend or a group ... cycling around Inis Mor is a must!
• Dun Aonghasa is one of Irelands most visited attractions. Located on the 300ft cliff side or south side of Inismór, It is a semi circular stone fort over looking the Atlantic with daunting and dramatic views that stretch the length of the Island.
• The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's premier visitor attractions. The Cliffs stand 214 metres (700 feet) tall at their highest point and range for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare.
• In Bunratty Village, one can enjoy the medieval grandeur that awaits in Bunratty castle and its lively Folk Park.
• Explore the visitor centre with state of the art interpretive activities and exhibitions. 21st century touch screen technology, 3D models and discovery drawer are among the exciting techniques that will connect you to tales of siege and warfare.
• During your stay in Ireland’s capital, make a point to go through Dublin City’s Phoenix park. The Park is also home to Dublin Zoo and the walled Victorian Flower Garden.
• Transfer from accommodation to hotel.
We hope you enjoyed your journey in Ireland!
The price reflects this specific itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
Price Per Adult
Prices Starting From
|January 2020 to December 2020||$1,580|