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Last updated: 06/24/2008
This is a 7 Night Tour of Ireland which takes in all the best sights. Created for you by
Arrive in Ireland's capital and visit Trinity College founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. Marvel at the renowned and most beautiful book in the world, the glorious and priceless Book of Kells. Wander through the Courtyard of the most prestigious university in Ireland before moving on to the National Museum of Ireland. At the National Museum witness the Irish Treasure's of the Ardagh Chalice, The Cross of Cong and the Tara brooch to name a few. Then onto the home of the 'black stuff', the world famous Guinness Storehouse. Wander through the levels of the new exhibition before enjoying a pint of Guinness while overlooking the spectacular views of Dublin City.
This day takes you south of Dublin city and into the 'Garden of Ireland' that is County Wicklow. Wander through the mystical beauty of the Wicklow Mountains as you pass over both the Sally Gap and the Wicklow Gap. Visit the 5th Century monastic site founded by St Kevin in the valley of the two lakes. Continue south to Killkenny City. Meander through the medieval streets of Kilkenny City before taking a tour of the imposing 12th century Norman fortress that this Kilkenny Castle.
Continuing south to the sunny south-east coast of County Waterford and visit Ireland's oldest city. Explore the city before taking a tour of the world-famous Waterford Crystal. Watch the master craftsmen making their treasures before your eyes. Onward to Ireland's second city and Ireland's largest county, County Cork. Explore the city that is divided by the river Lee creating an island city, before departing to kiss the blarney Stone in the 15th century tower castle that is Blarney Castle
Travel to the 'Kingdom of Kerry' and take the scenic route around the popular Ring of Kerry. Enjoy the splendid views of the Killarney Lakes, Ladies View, Torc Waterfall and the Killarney National Park. Enjoy a tour of the Victorian mansion of Muckross House. Spend the evening in Killarney town and enjoy the traditional restaurants and music bars
Continue north along the rugged west coast and into County Clare. Visit the traditional village at Bunratty Castle before exploring the 1,300 square kilometres of the Burren Landscape. Marvel at the spectacular views from the world famous Cliffs of Moher before enjoying a pint in Doolin music village
Pass around Galway Bay and into the county of Galway. Explore the city of theatre and music before venturing to the north-west and into Connemara National Park. Enjoy the scenery of the Maumturk Mountains and the Twelve Bens before a visit to the spectacular Kylemore Abbey. Return to Galway for an evening of fine dining and traditional theatre and music.
Crossing east back across a centre of the country into the heart of Ireland, County Westmeath. Pass the centre of the country as defined by the Druids are the hill of Uishneach before exploring the market town of Mullingar and Belvedere House and Gardens.
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