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• Begin your stay with a historical visit to the 6th century mountain monastery of Glendalough.
• Cross the Wicklow Mountains, the heathery home of Ireland's largest National Park.
• On into the rolling hills of Carlow for a stop at Walsh Whiskey Distillery.
• Before you enter Kilkenny City a must see destination is the creepy Dunmore caves.
• Catch your breath as you fly into Kilkenny.
• Explore Kilkenny with a morning of elegant castles, medieval townhouses and craft studios.
• Enjoy a wonderful stop at the ruin of Jerpoint Abbey’s storied ruins, see the knighted Brethern Stone.
• Step onboard the Dunbrody Famine Ship; an exact reproduction of a 19th century Irish emigrant vessel.
• Cruise the unspoilt Hook Peninsula, home to the world's oldest operational lighthouse at Hook Head built by the Sir William Marshal.
• Visit the beautiful ruins of 13th century Tintern Abbey, once one of the most powerful Cistercian abbeys in Ireland.
• Drop by the historic fishing villages of Fethard-on-Sea, Duncannon and Ballyhack before heading into the splendid Waterford City founded by the Vikings.
• Wander the streets of Waterford, Ireland's oldest city; established by Vikings in the 10th century.
• Admire the pinnacle of Irish craftwork at the House of Waterford Crystal.
• Gaze out at crashing waves, secluded coves and dramatic sea stacks on our ride along the Copper Coast.
• Dinner with entertainment in Traditional Music pub in Ballycotton
• Admire the ocean views from your lodgings in quaint fishing village of Ballycotton.
• Explore the picture perfect town of Kinsale, Ireland's charming gourmet capital.
• Taste the water of life on a guided tour of the 18th century Jameson Whiskey Distillery.
• Visit the mighty Charles Fort.
• Sample the delights of the English Market in Cork city - proud locals call Cork the real capital of Ireland!
• Visit one of Ireland’s hidden Gems the City Centre Tudor Fortress – The Elizabeth fort.
• “Arrive a live O” in Dublin’s for an after dinner evening in one of Dublin’s most famous pubs – O’Neills
• Explore the long rich history of Ireland’s capital. Dublin is a lively vibrant city with lots to do, to see, to taste and hear.
• Wander through Dublins chequered history, of Viking Kings, Norman Warlords, English Rulers and Irish Rebels, this city tells it’s history like no other.
• Sample the world class food offerings, enjoy the craft beverages of Beer, Whiskey and Coffee.
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