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Visiting Ireland on Our Shamrock Royal Tour

Traveling to the shores of Ireland is an experience unlike any other, especially when you have seasoned tour guides take the reigns. This is what makes the Shamrock Royal Tour with Howard Travel so attractive. But that’s not all that makes it one of the most popular tours offered by our Brockville travel agency: it’s the vast beauty and history of the locations you’ll visit along the way.

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind adventure in 2019, we’ve highlighted some of the experiences and landmarks you’ll visit on your tour to Dublin, Ireland, with Howard Travel.

Highlights from Howard Travel’s Shamrock Royal Tour

The Irish Sea & St. Patrick’s Grave

After being transported to the Montreal Airport in a deluxe motorcoach, guests will fly to Dublin for a day of rest in Malahide, overlooking the Irish Sea. After a hearty local dinner and a good night’s sleep, you’ll set out to the majestic mountains of Mourne, where the country’s patron saint called home. Afterward, continue on to Strangford, an area known for its natural landscapes, as well as being one of the locations where Game of Thrones is filmed.

Belfast & its Historic Landmarks

On your trip to Belfast, you’ll gain insight into the city’s historic and political past, first embarking upon a panoramic tour and passing the famous wall murals located on Protestant Shankill Road and Catholic Falls Road. Then, it’s on to the birthplace of one of the world’s most infamous water vessels: The Titanic. You’ll be able to tour the shipyard, recently voted as one of Europe’s top tourist attractions.

Castles, Farmhouses & Local Entertainment

Further along your journey, you’ll take a trip down Ring of Kerry road to a traditional sheep farm. After seeing what life’s like in the country, visitors will dine at Quill’s Farmhouse for a traditional Irish dinner and entertainment. The next day, you have the option of traveling east to Blarney Castle, or visiting Cahir Castle then heading directly to the medieval town Kilkenny. Then follow in the footsteps of Ireland’s famous Famine immigrants and board the ship the Dunbrody to Waterford, where a host of medieval museums and history awaits.

The Fair City of Dublin

No trip to Ireland would be complete without a stop through the nation’s great capital, Dublin. Here visitors will have a chance to visit the Horse Museum and Japanese Gardens, take a panoramic tour of the city and explore on their own, hitting the many shops and parks the city has to offer. On your final morning in Dublin, you’ll be treated to a hearty Irish breakfast before beginning the trip home.

Book a trip to Ireland with a leading Brockville travel agency!

Our 16-day trip to Ireland runs from Sept. 11-26, 2019. This extended tour fills up fast, so to make a reservation, call our team today. You can also learn more about the history of our Brockville tour agency by visiting our website.

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