Tel (Office): +353 64 66 94114 • Tel (Mobile): +353 85 114 2609 • Email: info@croninstours.com

Tel (Office): +353 64 66 94114 • Tel: (Mobile): +353 85 114 2609
Email: info@croninstours.com

10-day tour out of Dublin

This 10-day tour starts in Dublin and takes you on in a counter clockwise tour of Ireland from Belfast to Galway, Killarney, Cork and Kilkenny.

Tour Highlights

Day 1 - Dublin

  • Arrive at Dublin Airport and transfer to your hotel.
  • Take a walking tour of Dublin and explore the city’s iconic landmarks, including Trinity College, Dublin Castle, and St. Stephen’s Green.
  • Visit the Guinness Storehouse and learn about the history and production of Guinness beer.
  • Enjoy a traditional Irish dinner and pub crawl at O’Donoghue’s, a famous Dublin pub.

Day 2 - Belfast

  • Drive to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.
  • Visit the Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the history of the RMS Titanic.
  • Take a black taxi tour of Belfast and learn about the city’s troubled past.
  • Explore the Cathedral Quarter, Belfast’s lively nightlife district.
  • A History of Terror Belfast Troubles tour.

Day 3 - Belfast to Galway

  • Drive to Galway, a city on the west coast of Ireland.
  • Visit the Claddagh Ring Visitor Centre, where you can learn about the history and symbolism of the Claddagh ring, a traditional Irish ring.
  • Take a boat trip to Inis Mór, the largest of the Aran Islands.
  • Explore Galway’s lively pubs and music scene.

Day 4 - Galway to the Wild Atlantic Way

  • Drive along the Wild Atlantic Way, a scenic coastal route that hugs the west coast of Ireland.
  • Visit the Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions.
  • Hike or bike through the Burren, a unique limestone landscape.
  • Stop at a local pub for a seafood lunch and enjoy the stunning views.

Day 5 - Killarney

  • Drive to Killarney, a town in County Kerry known for its lakes, mountains, and national park.
  • Visit Killarney National Park, home to waterfalls, forests, and wildlife.
  • Take a boat trip on Killarney Lake and spot some of the park’s native birds and animals.
  • Visit Muckross House, a Victorian mansion surrounded by beautiful gardens.

Day 6 - Cork

  • Drive to Cork, the Rebel County, known for its vibrant culture and friendly people.
  • Visit Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the Blarney Stone for the gift of eloquence.
  • Explore the English Market, a historic food market with a wide variety of stalls.
  • Take a tour of the Jameson Distillery and learn about the history and production of Irish whiskey.

Day 7 - Kilkenny

  • Drive to Kilkenny, a medieval city with a rich history.
  • Visit Kilkenny Castle, a 12th-century castle that is now a museum.
  • Explore the city’s narrow streets and admire its medieval architecture.
  • Visit Smithwick’s Brewery, where you can learn about the history and production of Kilkenny beer.
  • Experience the traditional sport of Hurling

Day 8 - Kilkenny to Dublin

  • Drive back to Dublin and check out of your hotel.
  • Enjoy some last-minute shopping and sightseeing in Dublin.
  • Have a farewell dinner at your favourite Dublin restaurant.

Day 9 - Dublin to Home

  • Transfer from your Hotel to Dublin Airport and catch your flight home.

Remember!

  • Accommodations needs to be booked in advance, especially if you are traveling during peak season.
  • Purchase a tourist pass, which will give you discounts on admission to attractions and transportation.
  • Learn a few basic Irish phrases to help you communicate with locals.
  • Be prepared for rain, as it is common in Ireland throughout the year.
  • Pack comfortable shoes, as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  • Bring a raincoat and umbrella.
  • Be sure to try some traditional Irish food, such as Irish brown soda bread and Irish stew.
  • Enjoy the Irish hospitality and friendly people.

Remember!

  • Accommodations needs to be booked in advance, especially if you are traveling during peak season.
  • Purchase a tourist pass, which will give you discounts on admission to attractions and transportation.
  • Learn a few basic Irish phrases to help you communicate with locals.
  • Be prepared for rain, as it is common in Ireland throughout the year.
  • Pack comfortable shoes, as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  • Bring a raincoat and umbrella.
  • Be sure to try some traditional Irish food, such as Irish brown soda bread and Irish stew.
  • Enjoy the Irish hospitality and friendly people.

We provide a state-of-the-art Private Chauffeur for our private group tours, and luxury transportation for large groups.
We cater for all customized itineraries, so please contact us to discuss in more about your trip.