Trip Overview…

Unearth the treasures of three Irish gems on a holiday through the Emerald Isle by rail. From the historic monuments of the capital city, Dublin, to the unparalleled natural beauty of the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher, spend eight days exploring coastlines and countryside, lakes and landmarks with comfortable train journeys between destinations.

Package Includes

Highlights, tours & inclusions:

  • Enjoy good old-fashioned craic, indulge in a Guinness tour and explore the city with a Dublin Pass and a hop-on, hop-off tour
  • Marvel at the incredible natural beauty of the Emerald Isle with a full day tour of the Ring of Kerry from Killarney
  • Enjoy the coastal town of Galway and take a trip to the world-famous Cliffs of Moher for plentiful photo opportunities
  • Dublin Pass with hop-on, hop-off tour
  • Full Day Tour of The Ring of Kerry plus Killarney Lakes & National Park
  • Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Galway

Rail & Hotel Included:

  • 3 nights hotel stay with breakfast in Dublin
  • 2 nights hotel stay with breakfast in Killarney
  • 2 nights hotel stay with breakfast in Galway
  • Rail travel in standard class throughout (First class available on some routes.  Please enquire for fares)

At a glance

7 nights
Departing Nov 21 – Jan 23
From AUD$
1454
pp

Your Itinerary

DAY 1 – ARRIVE IN DUBLIN
Welcome to Ireland! Begin your adventures on the Emerald Isle in Dublin, the country’s capital. Check in at your hotel for a two-night stay and set out to explore the city! Discover Dublin’s rich cultural heritage, lively ambience and fascinating history as you stroll through the centre to get your bearings. (Overnight in Dublin)

DAY 2 – DUBLIN
Spend the day exploring Dublin at your leisure. Your holiday includes a Dublin Pass with a hop-on, hop-off tour, giving you access to many popular sights and attractions, including Dublin Zoo, Christ Church Cathedral and Croke Park Stadium. Enjoy free entry into Guinness Storehouse, a seven-story experience featuring a lesson on how the world-famous drink is made and of course, plenty of samples. (Overnight in Dublin) B

DAY 3 – KILLARNEY
Catch the train west through the Emerald Isle today, making your way from Dublin to Killarney. On arrival, check in at your hotel for a two-night stay. Stroll through the town and discover the 19th-century buildings, or cross the bridge from the marvellous St. Mary’s Cathedral to Killarney National Park. (Overnight in Killarney) B

DAY 4 – KILLARNEY
Spend a full day exploring the dazzling Ring of Kerry – one of the Emerald Isle’s most breathtaking destinations. Discover the MacGillcuddy Reeks, the tranquil shores of Dingle Bay and the rugged coastal views of Kenmare Bay with a local guide. Admire quaint villages, and views of sparkling lakes along the way, too. (Overnight in Killarney) B

DAY 5 – GALWAY
Check out of your hotel after breakfast and make your way from Killarney to Galway today. Check in at your hotel for a two-night stay and start exploring all this west coast harbourside city has to offer. Stroll to the main square – 18th century Eyre Square – and find a traditional pub to enjoy some live Irish folk music and some local delicacies. (Overnight in Galway) B

DAY 6 – CLIFFS OF MOHER DAY TRIP FROM GALWAY
Today will be spent admiring the amazing natural beauty of Ireland’s majestic, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cliffs of Moher. Board a luxury coach with an expert local guide and make your way through tiny fishing villages, enjoy lunch at the famous Gus O’Connors pub, meander past Dunguaire Castle and marvel at the limestone landscapes of Burren before arriving at the colossal Cliffs. Stroll the trails at leisure before returning to Galway for another overnight stay. (Overnight in Galway) B

DAY 7 – GALWAY TO DUBLIN
Spend a little more time exploring Galway, if you like, before making your way back to Dublin. The journey east takes just two and a half hours, so you will have plenty of time to see any sights in the capital that are still on your ‘to do’ list. (Overnight in Dublin) B

DAY 8 – YOUR JOURNEY ENDS IN DUBLIN
Check out of your hotel after breakfast this morning and continue with your onward journey. If you have time to extend your holiday, why not catch the ferry over from Dublin to England and spend a few nights in London? Just speak to one of our Rail Experts for more details. B

MEAL GUIDE: B – BREAKFAST, BR – BRUNCH, L – LUNCH, AT – AFTERNOON TEA, D -DINNER

Disclaimer:

Prices are subject to availability, based on two people sharing a standard twin or double room. Prices are subject to change. Single occupancy supplements will apply for solo travellers. Hotel and room facilities vary and may be subject to additional fees. Some hotels require payment of local city taxes on arrival. Please call for pricing. We accept all major credit and debit cards.

Price based on 29 Nov 2021 departure

Maximum Flexibility – Railbookers
With Maximum Flexibility, we give travellers who book new reservations through 31 March 2021, the option to change their travel dates or cancel their rail holiday up to 5 days prior to departure without incurring any change or cancellation fees. Any existing reservations can be rescheduled up to 5 days prior to departure without incurring any change or cancellation fees.
Customers will be issued a future travel credit, which is valid for 24 months and can be used toward a new reservation with any of our brands, destinations, and itineraries for any travel date and length of trip without penalty*.
*Additional restrictions may apply for any rail vacations that include Cruises, Belmond, Rocky Mountaineer, Golden Eagle Luxury Trains, Journey Beyond Rail Expeditions, The Blue Train, El Transcantábrico, Tsars Gold, or other luxury trains. Please be aware that certain arrangements, may not be amended after they have been confirmed and any alteration could incur a cancellation charge of up to 100% of that portion of the travel arrangements.
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