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Ireland, Scotland and Wales Tours & Trips

Explore the Emerald Island with a visit to Belfast or Dublin to discover enticing restaurants and experience the vibrant city life. Then, step into Scotland with a quick visit to Edinburgh before heading to the breathtaking Scottish countryside. When in Wales, go to Cardiff and get lost among the amazing food stalls in the Cardiff Indoor Market. Read here the best 7 day Ireland travel itineraries.

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  • Discover legends of Celtic bravery on the once bloody battlefields of Glen Coe in Scotland.
  • Take in Scottish scenery as you cruise along the waters of the mist-shrouded Loch Ness in search of its elusive resident, Nessie.
  • Follow paths that lead through meandering streets and historic neighbourhoods before reaching the crowning glory of Edinburgh Castle.
  • Get immersed in the majesty of Cardiff Castle and revel in the city’s joie de vivre spirit.
  • Enjoy a dollop of ice cream as you walk around pastel-coloured houses in the charming seaside town of Tenby in Wales.
  • Discover hallowed landmarks exuding cultural vitality and order a pint of the best stuff in Dublin, Guinness.
  • Soak up sweeping vistas of medieval ruins, rugged mountains and glistening lakes during a drive around the legendary Ring of Kerry.
  • Wander around mysterious stone houses and ancient stone walls amidst the haunting beauty of the Aran Islands.


  • Avoid ordering the ‘Irish Car Bomb’ or ‘Black and Tan’ drinks when you visit a pub in Ireland.
  • You are expected to pay for your drinks as soon as you place an order since most Irish pubs do not follow a tab system.
  • Irish churches do not dictate any dress code but convey your respect by maintaining silence.
  • Wear flat footwear which is best for walks on Scotland’s cobblestone streets and hilly terrain.
  • If you have a sweet tooth, try Scottish desserts such as Stornoway black pudding and Moffat toffee.
  • While most shops operate between 9am – 5:30pm in Scotland, larger stores in Edinburgh and Glasgow remain open until 8pm on Thursdays.
  • Practice Welsh phrases such as ‘Iechyd da!’ (Cheers) and ‘Esgusoda fi’ (Excuse me).
  • If you want to shop in Cardiff, head toward Queen Street which is Cardiff’s main shopping area.