Ireland

Tour Length
8 days
From
US$1289
Overview Reviews

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  • Patti
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Guinness and Happiness

06 Sep 2014 - 13 Sep 2014

This was my first Contiki and I went on it with 3 other friends. A year later we are still talking about the amazing memories we had made on this trip. From the Cliffs of Moher, the little streets of Galway, and my personal favorite- the Aran Islands and Inishmore each day is great. Not to mention the people of Ireland are wonderful and the Guinness speaks for itself.

Review written Aug 2015

My Contiki was: amazing, Guinness, fun

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  • Default_avatar
  • Patti
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Guinness and Happiness

06 Sep 2014 - 13 Sep 2014

This was my first Contiki and I went on it with 3 other friends. A year later we are still talking about the amazing memories we had made on this trip. From the Cliffs of Moher, the little streets of Galway, and my personal favorite- the Aran Islands and Inishmore each day is great. Not to mention the people of Ireland are wonderful and the Guinness speaks for itself.

Review written Aug 2015

My Contiki was: amazing, Guinness, fun

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  • Rhea
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Amazing experience

06 Jun 2015 - 13 Jun 2015

Everything about the Ireland trip was absolutely amazing. I felt I got the most out of every city we went to and I learned so much about Ireland's history and people. Accommodations were great and my favorite food was the Irish stew. I did all the optionals and they were awesome especially the Aran Islands and the Guinness Storehouse. Everyone on the trip was amazing, our coach was great, and shout out to Lee for being an amazing tour guide!!! This will definitely not be my last Contiki!!

Review written Jun 2015

My Contiki was: amazing, fun, exciting

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  • Rhea
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Amazing experience

06 Jun 2015 - 13 Jun 2015

Everything about the Ireland trip was absolutely amazing. I felt I got the most out of every city we went to and I learned so much about Ireland's history and people. Accommodations were great and my favorite food was the Irish stew. I did all the optionals and they were awesome especially the Aran Islands and the Guinness Storehouse. Everyone on the trip was amazing, our coach was great, and shout out to Lee for being an amazing tour guide!!! This will definitely not be my last Contiki!!

Review written Jun 2015

My Contiki was: amazing, fun, exciting

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  • carmucha
  • carmucha
  • Level 2 Traveler
  • 2 Contikis
  • 7 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

What a great way to head to Europe!

30 Jul 2013 - 07 Aug 2013

This was my first Contiki tour and my first trip to Europe. What a wonderful way to get back in to traveling! I know that I was older than many of my travel mates but that didn't bother me too much. Heading into Northern Ireland was an amazing experience! Maybe on another visit, I will spend a day and a night in Belfast...

Pros: Giant's Causeway, Derry guide tour, Aran Islands, Galway (will definitely go back whenever I visit Ireland again), Jameson Experience (not on the tour necessarily but so glad my tour guide decided to make an impromptu stop from Kilkenny to Dublin), Guinness factory...we happened to arrive in Galway on the closing weekend of the Galway races and it was the best nights of my life on that trip.

Cons: Losing money, thanks to the Euro and Pound...now I know why some many Europeans have been heading to the States to visit over the last few years. Also, some of the dinners included on the tour were kinda the same, in terms of entrees (some sort of beef and root vegetable mashed up). While the beef is good over there, by the third included dinner, I needed a change!

I made a few great friends, both on the tour and in Ireland, and everyone is friendly over there, even when they are teasing you! If you need to bring back souvenirs, just buy chocolate, even if it's a KitKat! Chocolate and Guinness has never tasted the same in the States after my trip...gives me a reason to go back!

Review written May 2015

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  • carmucha
  • carmucha
  • Level 2 Traveler
  • 2 Contikis
  • 7 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

What a great way to head to Europe!

30 Jul 2013 - 07 Aug 2013

This was my first Contiki tour and my first trip to Europe. What a wonderful way to get back in to traveling! I know that I was older than many of my travel mates but that didn't bother me too much. Heading into Northern Ireland was an amazing experience! Maybe on another visit, I will spend a day and a night in Belfast...

Pros: Giant's Causeway, Derry guide tour, Aran Islands, Galway (will definitely go back whenever I visit Ireland again), Jameson Experience (not on the tour necessarily but so glad my tour guide decided to make an impromptu stop from Kilkenny to Dublin), Guinness factory...we happened to arrive in Galway on the closing weekend of the Galway races and it was the best nights of my life on that trip.

Cons: Losing money, thanks to the Euro and Pound...now I know why some many Europeans have been heading to the States to visit over the last few years. Also, some of the dinners included on the tour were kinda the same, in terms of entrees (some sort of beef and root vegetable mashed up). While the beef is good over there, by the third included dinner, I needed a change!

I made a few great friends, both on the tour and in Ireland, and everyone is friendly over there, even when they are teasing you! If you need to bring back souvenirs, just buy chocolate, even if it's a KitKat! Chocolate and Guinness has never tasted the same in the States after my trip...gives me a reason to go back!

Review written May 2015

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  • Sarah Grau
  • Sarah Grau
  • Level 2 Traveler
  • 2 Contikis
  • 5 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland...Where the craic is mighty!

09 Aug 2014 - 16 Aug 2014

My husband and I had been talking about visiting Ireland since we first started dating. We were looking for a tour that truly gave us an Irish experience. We did not have to worry about driving or locating accommodations each night and were very fortunate to have a great group to enjoy the experience with. This tour includes the Cliffs of Moher, the Giants Causeway, Blarney Castle, the Rock of Cashel, the Jameson Distillery, the Guinness Factory and many other sites. All of the breakfasts and about half of the dinners are included but be warned that the meal options can be limited. The food was great overall though and vegetarian options are available. This tour is not great if you are looking for an in depth experience as you will spend a lot of time on the bus and typically only spend one night in each town. We found that you spend a lot of time hanging out with your tour group and often missed out on the one on one experience with the locals. However if you only have 1 1/2 to 2 weeks to spend in Ireland and want to see a little bit of everything with a fun group then this is the tour for you. Our tour guide, Cam, described this trip as a buffet where you get to sample and figure out what you would really like to do when you visit Ireland again. Take it as you will but be prepared to drink often and a lot! It is very common to enjoy a beer or two with lunch and dinner before heading out to the bar each night. The tour group includes 18 to 35 year olds so there is always someone to head to the pub with or someone to hangout with in the hotel lobby to watch a movie. Free wifi was available in each hotel that we stayed at so no need to worry about that. My husband and I stayed in a room together but note that if you are traveling solo you will be assigned a room with another individual of the same sex to hopefully get along with. Make sure to say yes to the optional activities. Your tour guide will pass around the list on the first day and all of the activities were a lot of fun and worth the money. Also make sure to take lots of cold medicine with you and get a flu shot before you travel. We met our group in Ireland and most people had just gotten over the flu which we picked up towards the end of the tour. Not how you want to spend your first European experience that's for sure. We had such a great time that we quickly booked our next Contiki tour after we got home to the states.

Review written Dec 2014

My Contiki was: Fun-filled, Fast-paced, Adventure

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  • Sarah Grau
  • Sarah Grau
  • Level 2 Traveler
  • 2 Contikis
  • 5 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland...Where the craic is mighty!

09 Aug 2014 - 16 Aug 2014

My husband and I had been talking about visiting Ireland since we first started dating. We were looking for a tour that truly gave us an Irish experience. We did not have to worry about driving or locating accommodations each night and were very fortunate to have a great group to enjoy the experience with. This tour includes the Cliffs of Moher, the Giants Causeway, Blarney Castle, the Rock of Cashel, the Jameson Distillery, the Guinness Factory and many other sites. All of the breakfasts and about half of the dinners are included but be warned that the meal options can be limited. The food was great overall though and vegetarian options are available. This tour is not great if you are looking for an in depth experience as you will spend a lot of time on the bus and typically only spend one night in each town. We found that you spend a lot of time hanging out with your tour group and often missed out on the one on one experience with the locals. However if you only have 1 1/2 to 2 weeks to spend in Ireland and want to see a little bit of everything with a fun group then this is the tour for you. Our tour guide, Cam, described this trip as a buffet where you get to sample and figure out what you would really like to do when you visit Ireland again. Take it as you will but be prepared to drink often and a lot! It is very common to enjoy a beer or two with lunch and dinner before heading out to the bar each night. The tour group includes 18 to 35 year olds so there is always someone to head to the pub with or someone to hangout with in the hotel lobby to watch a movie. Free wifi was available in each hotel that we stayed at so no need to worry about that. My husband and I stayed in a room together but note that if you are traveling solo you will be assigned a room with another individual of the same sex to hopefully get along with. Make sure to say yes to the optional activities. Your tour guide will pass around the list on the first day and all of the activities were a lot of fun and worth the money. Also make sure to take lots of cold medicine with you and get a flu shot before you travel. We met our group in Ireland and most people had just gotten over the flu which we picked up towards the end of the tour. Not how you want to spend your first European experience that's for sure. We had such a great time that we quickly booked our next Contiki tour after we got home to the states.

Review written Dec 2014

My Contiki was: Fun-filled, Fast-paced, Adventure

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  • Karen
  • Karen
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland October 9-18 2014

11 Oct 2014 - 18 Oct 2014

ThIs trip was amazing! Traveling to Ireland was the first trip I've taken outside Canada. I'd been dreaming of going for years and when we had the chance my friend and I jumped at the opportunity... and Contiki doesn't disappoint!
My tour manager was Evan. I can't begin to say enough good things about him- he was hilarious (especially his Hollaback girl karaoke), knowledgable, entertaining, always has a smile on his face, and knows how to get us going. Our coach was masterfully navigated by Sammy who can drive a bus as if it was a compact car.
A Contiki tour is full of non-stop places to see- many included and a few additional add ons. We saw Dublin, Trinity College, Temple Bar, Belfast, Giants Causeway, Derry, Galway, Aran Islands, Blarney Castle, Jameson distillery, Guinness brewery, Cliffs of Moher, Cork, Kilkenny, traditional bands, cows, sheep...lots of pubs and it was ALL fantastic!
Last but not least- the people! I met so many new friends that are part of some of the best experiences of my life. I won't forget the Auzzies (and there obsession with how ridiculous Newfoundlands culture is), the Americans, and fellow Canadians (even though I'm a Newfie before I'm a canadian) who I shared this amazing adventure with! They all helped make the trip what it was!
I will definitely be taking another Contiki tour in the future!

Review written Oct 2014

My Contiki was: Amazing, Interesting, Ireland

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  • Karen
  • Karen
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland October 9-18 2014

11 Oct 2014 - 18 Oct 2014

ThIs trip was amazing! Traveling to Ireland was the first trip I've taken outside Canada. I'd been dreaming of going for years and when we had the chance my friend and I jumped at the opportunity... and Contiki doesn't disappoint!
My tour manager was Evan. I can't begin to say enough good things about him- he was hilarious (especially his Hollaback girl karaoke), knowledgable, entertaining, always has a smile on his face, and knows how to get us going. Our coach was masterfully navigated by Sammy who can drive a bus as if it was a compact car.
A Contiki tour is full of non-stop places to see- many included and a few additional add ons. We saw Dublin, Trinity College, Temple Bar, Belfast, Giants Causeway, Derry, Galway, Aran Islands, Blarney Castle, Jameson distillery, Guinness brewery, Cliffs of Moher, Cork, Kilkenny, traditional bands, cows, sheep...lots of pubs and it was ALL fantastic!
Last but not least- the people! I met so many new friends that are part of some of the best experiences of my life. I won't forget the Auzzies (and there obsession with how ridiculous Newfoundlands culture is), the Americans, and fellow Canadians (even though I'm a Newfie before I'm a canadian) who I shared this amazing adventure with! They all helped make the trip what it was!
I will definitely be taking another Contiki tour in the future!

Review written Oct 2014

My Contiki was: Amazing, Interesting, Ireland

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  • Marcela
  • Marcela
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Amazing time on the Emerald Isle

10 May 2014 - 17 May 2014

Ireland was amazing! It was my 1st Contiki trip and 1st time in Europe. I went in mid-May and experienced great weather and little rain. Unfortunately though, the day we stopped at the Cliffs of Moher there was the most unbelievable fog I've ever seen in my life. We saw no Cliffs. I wanted to cry. Unpredictable weather is just something you have to deal with in Ireland and the UK. Pack a poncho!

Our tour managers Sophie was so sweet and fantastic and very well-organized. Our group was a bit too large for my taste (a full bus of about 65 people) but the positive about it was meeting lots of great people.

All the included activities were great. My favorites were the Blarney Stone, the Rock of Cashel, the Belfast Peace Wall tour, and the Kilkenny walking tour.

I HIGHLY recommend doing *ALL* the optional activities as well (most people on the tour did all of them, as I did too). You'll experience Ireland in many ways, from cultural and historic to fun and fiesty. My favorites were the Aran Islands, the Titanic Museum in Belfast, Giant's Causeway, and the Jameson Brewery. And definitely do the optional farewell dinner at the Merry Ploughboy. Our entire group went to it and it was the perfect way to end our trip with traditional food, drink, music and dance!

Dublin is a fantastically metropolitan and multi-cultural city. It was so much fun! The Peace Wall in Belfast was fascinating. The cobblestone streets in Kilkenny were beautiful. The GREEN countryside is the brightest green you'll ever see. And SHEEP! There are sheep are everywhere.

This tour was fast-paced so be prepared to get up and go early every morning. The only downside was the limited time we had for some of the activities, such as the Rock of Cashel. We had less than an hour there, which is far too short considering how beautiful it is. But for the most part we had an adequate time to enjoy the activity/destination/excursion.

The hotel accomodations were mostly good. I'd say 2 of the 6 hotels we stayed at were sub-par but nothing intolerable. Our tour bus was surprisingly awesome... new and clean and very comfortable with huge windows so you can get a panoramic view of all the landscapes.

So all in all, this trip was an amazing mix of culture, history, sightseeing, and fun (we had numerous group outings to local pubs). As the Irish say, SLAINTE!

Review written Sep 2014

My Contiki was: Incredible, Fast-paced, Memorable

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  • Marcela
  • Marcela
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Amazing time on the Emerald Isle

10 May 2014 - 17 May 2014

Ireland was amazing! It was my 1st Contiki trip and 1st time in Europe. I went in mid-May and experienced great weather and little rain. Unfortunately though, the day we stopped at the Cliffs of Moher there was the most unbelievable fog I've ever seen in my life. We saw no Cliffs. I wanted to cry. Unpredictable weather is just something you have to deal with in Ireland and the UK. Pack a poncho!

Our tour managers Sophie was so sweet and fantastic and very well-organized. Our group was a bit too large for my taste (a full bus of about 65 people) but the positive about it was meeting lots of great people.

All the included activities were great. My favorites were the Blarney Stone, the Rock of Cashel, the Belfast Peace Wall tour, and the Kilkenny walking tour.

I HIGHLY recommend doing *ALL* the optional activities as well (most people on the tour did all of them, as I did too). You'll experience Ireland in many ways, from cultural and historic to fun and fiesty. My favorites were the Aran Islands, the Titanic Museum in Belfast, Giant's Causeway, and the Jameson Brewery. And definitely do the optional farewell dinner at the Merry Ploughboy. Our entire group went to it and it was the perfect way to end our trip with traditional food, drink, music and dance!

Dublin is a fantastically metropolitan and multi-cultural city. It was so much fun! The Peace Wall in Belfast was fascinating. The cobblestone streets in Kilkenny were beautiful. The GREEN countryside is the brightest green you'll ever see. And SHEEP! There are sheep are everywhere.

This tour was fast-paced so be prepared to get up and go early every morning. The only downside was the limited time we had for some of the activities, such as the Rock of Cashel. We had less than an hour there, which is far too short considering how beautiful it is. But for the most part we had an adequate time to enjoy the activity/destination/excursion.

The hotel accomodations were mostly good. I'd say 2 of the 6 hotels we stayed at were sub-par but nothing intolerable. Our tour bus was surprisingly awesome... new and clean and very comfortable with huge windows so you can get a panoramic view of all the landscapes.

So all in all, this trip was an amazing mix of culture, history, sightseeing, and fun (we had numerous group outings to local pubs). As the Irish say, SLAINTE!

Review written Sep 2014

My Contiki was: Incredible, Fast-paced, Memorable

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Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland (8 days)

28 Jul 2012 - 04 Aug 2012

If you've ever dreamt of the Emerald Isle, stop dreaming and get over there! Just be prepared for a tonne of rain - no matter the season! I had specifically planned to go there during the summer season to see Ireland in all it's green glory - and although it was all green glory, it rained 7 of the 8 days which got to me eventually. If I had a chance to do it again, I would definitely do it! Just know that you do not go to the smaller, more picturesque villages in Ireland, but to the more commercial places. They are still charming but I hear the real beauty is in the places that a coach cannot get to. Do this tour anyways!

Review written Aug 2014

My Contiki was: Rainy, Breath-taking, Wonderful

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Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland (8 days)

28 Jul 2012 - 04 Aug 2012

If you've ever dreamt of the Emerald Isle, stop dreaming and get over there! Just be prepared for a tonne of rain - no matter the season! I had specifically planned to go there during the summer season to see Ireland in all it's green glory - and although it was all green glory, it rained 7 of the 8 days which got to me eventually. If I had a chance to do it again, I would definitely do it! Just know that you do not go to the smaller, more picturesque villages in Ireland, but to the more commercial places. They are still charming but I hear the real beauty is in the places that a coach cannot get to. Do this tour anyways!

Review written Aug 2014

My Contiki was: Rainy, Breath-taking, Wonderful

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  • Kristin
  • Kristin
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Giants, Leprechauns, and a kiss of the Blarney Stone

10 Sep 2013 - 18 Sep 2013

The first word that comes to mind was WOW! Traveling to Ireland was the first "real big" trip I've taken. I'd been dreaming of going for years and since I'd get going alone I thought a tour was the best way to see it all....and Contiki doesn't disappoint!
My tour manager was Roxy. I can't begin to say enough good things about her- she's funny, knowledgable, entertaining, always has a smile on her face, and knows how to get us going. Our coach was masterfully navigated by Mark who can drive a bus as if it was a compact car.
A Contiki tour is full of non-stop places to see- many included and a few additional add ons (I highly recommend doing EVERYTHING). We saw Dublin, Trinity College, Temple Bar, Belfast, Giants Causeway, Derry, Galway, Aran Islands, Blarney Castle, Jameson distillery, Guinness brewery, Cliffs of Moher, Cork, Kilkenny, trad bands, Irish dancers, cows, sheep...lots of pubs and it was ALL magical!
Last but not least- the people! I met so many new friends that are part of some of the best experiences of my life. I won't forget the Auzzies, Canadians, and fellow Statesmen who I shared an amazing adventure with! They all helped make the trip what it was!
I will definitely be taking another Contiki tour in the future!

Review written Oct 2013

My Contiki was: Amazing, Adventure, Fantastic friends

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  • Kristin
  • Kristin
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Giants, Leprechauns, and a kiss of the Blarney Stone

10 Sep 2013 - 18 Sep 2013

The first word that comes to mind was WOW! Traveling to Ireland was the first "real big" trip I've taken. I'd been dreaming of going for years and since I'd get going alone I thought a tour was the best way to see it all....and Contiki doesn't disappoint!
My tour manager was Roxy. I can't begin to say enough good things about her- she's funny, knowledgable, entertaining, always has a smile on her face, and knows how to get us going. Our coach was masterfully navigated by Mark who can drive a bus as if it was a compact car.
A Contiki tour is full of non-stop places to see- many included and a few additional add ons (I highly recommend doing EVERYTHING). We saw Dublin, Trinity College, Temple Bar, Belfast, Giants Causeway, Derry, Galway, Aran Islands, Blarney Castle, Jameson distillery, Guinness brewery, Cliffs of Moher, Cork, Kilkenny, trad bands, Irish dancers, cows, sheep...lots of pubs and it was ALL magical!
Last but not least- the people! I met so many new friends that are part of some of the best experiences of my life. I won't forget the Auzzies, Canadians, and fellow Statesmen who I shared an amazing adventure with! They all helped make the trip what it was!
I will definitely be taking another Contiki tour in the future!

Review written Oct 2013

My Contiki was: Amazing, Adventure, Fantastic friends

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  • Linds416
  • Linds416
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland October 5-13 2012

05 Oct 2012 - 13 Oct 2012

I had an absolutely amazing time! Sara, our tour manager, was fabulous! She made the trip that much better. She was organized, educated and funny. I lost my sweatshirt on the trip and even though she totally didn't have to she found out what happened to it after the trip was over and messaged me on Facebook about it. 100% dedication.

I saw everything I wanted to see and partied with awesome new people. I met some people I'm going to travel half way around the world to vist some day. Ireland is beautiful and I couldn't have had a better time with a better group of people!

Review written Oct 2012

My Contiki was: Beautiful, Thrilling, Fabulous

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  • Linds416
  • Linds416
  • Level 1 Traveler
  • 1 Contiki
  • 2 Countries
Ireland
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Ireland October 5-13 2012

05 Oct 2012 - 13 Oct 2012

I had an absolutely amazing time! Sara, our tour manager, was fabulous! She made the trip that much better. She was organized, educated and funny. I lost my sweatshirt on the trip and even though she totally didn't have to she found out what happened to it after the trip was over and messaged me on Facebook about it. 100% dedication.

I saw everything I wanted to see and partied with awesome new people. I met some people I'm going to travel half way around the world to vist some day. Ireland is beautiful and I couldn't have had a better time with a better group of people!

Review written Oct 2012

My Contiki was: Beautiful, Thrilling, Fabulous

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  • Jennieva30
  • Jennieva30
  • Level 3 Traveler
  • 3 Contikis
  • 12 Countries
Ireland

Ireland 2012

21 Sep 2012 - 29 Sep 2012

I just arrived from the 9 day Ireland tour and what an amazing trip!! Contiki you yet again have exceeded my expectations. We made it out to Dublin, Cork, Kilkenny, and the Aran Islands to name a few. These trips are a two for one package because I feel as if after every tour I come back with another stamp in the passport but more importantly the friends that you come back with! Melts my heart!! :)

Review written Oct 2012

My Contiki was: Amazing!!, Wonderful, Beautiful

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  • Jennieva30
  • Jennieva30
  • Level 3 Traveler
  • 3 Contikis
  • 12 Countries
Ireland

Ireland 2012

21 Sep 2012 - 29 Sep 2012

I just arrived from the 9 day Ireland tour and what an amazing trip!! Contiki you yet again have exceeded my expectations. We made it out to Dublin, Cork, Kilkenny, and the Aran Islands to name a few. These trips are a two for one package because I feel as if after every tour I come back with another stamp in the passport but more importantly the friends that you come back with! Melts my heart!! :)

Review written Oct 2012

My Contiki was: Amazing!!, Wonderful, Beautiful

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What's Included

All of this & more, included as standard on your trip.

Accommodation

  • 7 nights twin-share hotel accommodation
  • 11 meals: 7 continental breakfasts & 4 three-course dinners
  • An experienced & professional Tour Manager & Driver team
  • Modern, air-conditioned coach with electrical outlets for charging
  • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
  • Hotel tips, local taxes & service charges

Team

  • An experienced & professional Trip Manager & Driver team
  • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations

Food

  • 7 continental breakfasts
  • 4 three-course dinners

Inclusions

  • 1 World Heritage Site visited
  • See Trinity College, the Monument of Light, Parnell Square and St. Stephen's Green
  • City tour of Belfast with a Local Guide
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Me Time

  • Giant's Causeway
  • Walking tour
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