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10 Day Tour – 544099

DAY 1 Meath

  • Newgrange
  • Trim Castle
  • Hill of Tara

County Meath was considered to be the centre of ancient and Celtic Ireland, and was even its own kingdom at one stage. Within its borders are the ancient passage tomb of Newgrange, still completely intact after 5000 years, the Hill of Tara the political, economic, and spiritual centre of Ireland for the Celts, and more recently, the opulent Slane Castle and Gardens, still inhabited by descendants of the original owners, namely Henry Mount Charles and family.

Stay at The Trim Castle Hotel or Similar or hand selected Bed and Breakfast

http://www.exploringvacations.com/trim-castle-hotel-meath/

http://www.exploringvacations.com/bed-and-breakfast/

DAY 2 & DAY 3 Antrim

  • Giant’s Causeway
  • Belfast City
  • Titanic Museum

What doesn’t Antrim have to offer? This northern county is home to the vibrant Belfast city, the unforgettable hexagonal landscape of the Giant’s Causeway, the delectable Bushmills whiskey distillery, and so much more. Road trip along the Northern coastline to take in the quaint seaside towns, rocky inlets, sweeping beaches, and crumbling castles, then come back to the ‘big smoke’ of Ulster (that’s Belfast by the way) for culture, culinary delights, and plenty of craic.

Stay at The Wellington Park Hotel or Similar or hand selected Bed and Breakfast

http://www.exploringvacations.com/wellington-park-hotel-belfast/

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DAY 4 to DAY 8 Donegal

  • Glenveagh National Park
  • Donegal Castle
  • Blue Stack Mountain Drive

Donegal is one of the most beautiful, unspoilt, isolated parts of the whole island. If you want to get away from it all and experience this country at its best, Donegal is where to go. Surfing fans will adore the beach town of Bundoran, while outdoor adventurers will find everything they need at the breathtaking Glenveagh National Park and indoorsy types will find plenty of cosy pubs in Letterkenny and Donegal Town.

Stay at The Sandhouse Hotel or Similar or hand selected Bed and Breakfast

http://www.exploringvacations.com/sandhouse-hotel-donegal

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DAY 9 Sligo

  • Ben Bulben
  • Rosses Point
  • Carrowmore

Unlike the rest of the west of Ireland, Sligo is one place that doesn’t get such big crowds of visitors, but has just as much beauty as its neighbouring counties. This land was an inspiration to the poet WB Yeats and it’s easy to see why. The dramatic table mountain of Ben Bulben, the picture perfect fishing village of Rosses Point, and the ancient passage tomb of Carrowmore all lend it an air of mystical magic.

DAY 10 Meath

  • Newgrange
  • Trim Castle
  • Hill of Tara

County Meath was considered to be the centre of ancient and Celtic Ireland, and was even its own kingdom at one stage. Within its borders are the ancient passage tomb of Newgrange, still completely intact after 5000 years, the Hill of Tara the political, economic, and spiritual centre of Ireland for the Celts, and more recently, the opulent Slane Castle and Gardens, still inhabited by descendants of the original owners, namely Henry Mount Charles and family.

Stay at The Trim Castle Hotel or Similar or hand selected Bed and Breakfast

http://www.exploringvacations.com/trim-castle-hotel-meath/

http://www.exploringvacations.com/bed-and-breakfast/

DAY 11 Departure



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