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British & Irish Discoverer
13 days / 12 nights

Day 1 London
Arrive at London Airport and have transfer to your hotel.

Day 2 London
Start with a London panoramic tour to see the most famous landmarks including Piccadilly Circus, Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Visit either the Tower of London to view the magnificent Crown Jewels or Kensington Palace, home of Princess Diana.

Day 3 London - Cambridge (110km/2h) - York (250km/3,30h)
Head for a visit of Cambridge with its famous colleges, including King’s College, and the Mathematical Bridge over the River Cam. Continue north to York for a walking tour to appreciate narrow streets and medieval houses. Overnight in York.

Day 4 York - Alnwick Castle (190km/2h) - Edinburgh (140km/2h)
Head north to visit Alnwick Castle, the second largest inhabited castle in England. View the lavish State Rooms with a stunning array of art, portraits and furniture. The Alnwick Garden is beautifully landscaped and enhanced with architectural and water features. Travel through the scenic Northumberland National Park until you reach Edinburgh for overnight.

Day 5 Edinburgh
Discover Edinburgh’s highlights on a city tour. See the elegant Georgian “New Town” with spacious streets and the compact medieval city along the Royal Mile. Tour Edinburgh Castle to view the Crown Jewels of Scotland and the Stone of Destiny. Also enjoy splendid views of central Edinburgh.

Day 6 Edinburgh - Cairnryan (200km/3,30h) - Belfast (ferry)
This morning drive to Cairnryan for a short ferry ride to Belfast. Take a panoramic tour to see the highlights, including Victorian buildings, the impressive City Hall and the shipyards where RMS Titanic was built in 1912. Visit Titanic Belfast to learn about this ill-fated famous liner through state-of-the-art displays.

Day 7 Belfast - Dublin (170km/2,30h)
Travel along the scenic coastal route and cross the River Boyne at Drogheda to enter the Irish capital, Dublin. Have a guided tour of Dublin and see spacious Georgian squares and streets, landmark public buildings and graceful townhouses. Take a guided walking tour of Trinity College’s campus and view the priceless Book of Kells. In the evening enjoy live irish music in one of the many famous bars in Dublin.

Day 8 Dublin - Cliffs of Moher (280km/3,30h) - Killarney (190km/3h)
This morning drive through central Ireland to view the Cliffs of Moher on the west coast. These magnificent cliffs extend for five miles and rise to heights of almost 700 feet and offer wonderful views of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. Take a ferry across the River Shannon Estuary to reach Killarney.

Day 9 Killarney - Ring of Kerry (50km/1h) - Killarney
Embark on the Ring of Kerry tour for constantly-changing vistas of mountains, open Atlantic Ocean, beaches and cliffs. Visit the Skellig Experience to learn about early Christian monks and savor a casual lunch. Stop at Moll’s Gap for panoramic views and at a nearby sheep farm watch a demonstration of trained dogs herding sheep before returning to Killarney.

Day 10 Killarney - Blarney (80km/1,30h) - Waterford (130km/2h)
Visit the famous Blarney Castle this morning to kiss the “Stone of Eloquence” and shop at the Blarney Woollen Mills. Travel to Waterford and at the House of Waterford Crystal see how glass is blown and cut by master craftspeople and view a collection of amazing trophies. In the evening take a gentle walking tour with a local guide to discover the history of this old port city.

Day 11 Waterford - Rosslare (80km/1h) - South Wales (ferry) - Cardiff
Depart Waterford early this morning to catch the ferry from Rosslare to South Wales. Journey through South Wales where coal used to be mined to Cardiff and take a brief tour of the city. Head to Cardiff Castle, developed in Roman times and transformed into an elaborate Gothic-style residence in the 19th century.

Day 12 Cardiff - Bath (100km/1,30h) - Stonehenge(50km/1h) - London (150km/2h)
This morning drive to Bath, popular for its natural hot springs with the Romans 2,000 years ago and again in the 18th century. Tour the Roman Baths and Pump Room, well preserved after two millennia and renowned for hot springs. Drive to Salisbury Plain to view the prehistoric circle of vast monoliths at Stonehenge. Continue to London for overnight.

Day 13 London
Have a transfer to the airport for your final departure.