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Ireland and Scotland Tours & Trips 2018/2019

Ireland and Scotland Tours & Trips 2018/2019

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'; color: #454545} Ireland and Scotland are filled with plenty of historic and modern sites. While Dublin is known for Guinness and its dynamic tech scene, Edinburgh is known for its impressive castle and the fascinating Old Town. Aside from views that would sweep away any Harry Potter fan, Scotland (Glasgow) is also known for its enticing food scene, while Ireland (Cork) holds the record for sheltering many bright writers and music bands.

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25 trips through Ireland and Scotland with 93 reviews

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Highlights

  • Explore impressive architectural gems as you stroll along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh’s Old Town.
  • Catch a glimpse of the fabled lake monster Nessie during a cruise on Scotland’s mist covered Loch Ness.
  • Enjoy pulsating live music, dig into hearty Scottish cuisine and down a few refreshing pints in energetic Glasgow.
  • Enjoy a scenic drive through interesting locales in the Scottish highlands and discover the rugged, coastal charms of Portree town.
  • Search for puffins and other colourful birdlife as you sail past the majestic cliffs of Moher which rise out of the Atlantic Ocean in Ireland.
  • Listen to furious waves pound the seashore and soak up Galway’s remote Irish coastal scenery.
  • Enjoy your dark Guinness while admiring magnificent views of Dublin city from Gravity Bar at the Guinness Storehouse.
  • Amble around well preserved medieval ramparts that protect Ireland’s historic Londonderry town.

Tips

  • Dress in comfortable clothing such as jeans, sneakers and a water proof jacket in Ireland.
  • You can shop for fashionable products and crafts on Henry Street in Dublin.
  • It is customary to buy a round of drinks if someone has bought a drink for you.
  • Order some local Irish specialties such as Dublin Bay prawns and oysters.
  • Try a wide variety of beers ranging from lager to craft beers in Scotland.
  • While in Glasgow, shop at Buchanan Galleries for high street fashion, Ingran Street for designer labels and Byres Road for offbeat purchases.
  • Do plan ahead so you can attend the Edinburgh Festival which is held every August.
  • Sample traditional Scottish cuisine such as haggis (a savoury pudding containing sheep offal), smoked salmon and Stornoway black pudding.

Ireland and Scotland Tours and Trips Reviews

  • "Emma was an amazing tour guide, remaining positive and bubbly the entire tour and..."
    Great Britain & Ireland (Summer, 16 Days)
  • "I expected a budget tour but got much more! The hotels were of a good standard and..."
    Britain and Ireland Explorer First Look 2019
  • "This trip was beyond my expectations. It was the best time of my life and James was..."
    Scotland & Ireland (Summer, 13 Days)
  • "Excellent guides and wonderful sites to visit! They know where to go and what to..."
    Celtic Highlights 2018