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I have a strong desire to wander, to embrace the unknown and find out more about myself through the people I meet and the places I go.

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Featuring IRELAND

In-Depth Explorer trips have you living like a local in cultural hotspots around the world. Get swept up in the magic of the Emerald Isle on this fantastic jaunt around stunning Ireland. Enjoy cosmopolitan Dublin and its many bars, learn about the tragic history of "the troubles" in Belfast and Londonderry, before enjoying the scenery and good times in the South. More info

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Day 1

Exploring Heritage

posted by
Marié Digby

My sisters and I experienced the trip of a lifetime when we traveled across Ireland with Contiki. We had always known that half of our blood was Irish and yet never had the chance to explore our roots until this trip!

Day 3

The Street Musicians of Galway

The colorful streets of Galway, where Gaelic is still spoken in the streets, give you the opportunity to encounter street performers, magicians and traditional musicians outside colorfully-painted buildings, such as this man that Marié Digby encountered on her trip.

Day 5

Legend of the Blarney Stone

Thousands of people flock to Ireland every year to get the chance to “kiss the Blarney Stone” at Blarney castle. Legend has it, if you kiss the ‘Stone of Eloquence’ you will never be at a loss for words, or you’ll be blessed with the gift of gab. So bend over backwards and give that stone a smooch!

Day 6

The Famous Cliffs of Moher

Fun Fact – The Cliffs of Moher (pictured here, with Marié Digby) were used as the backdrop for the “Cliffs of Insanity” in Rob Reiner’s swashbuckling film, “The Princess Bride” and featured in a pivotal scene from “Harry Potter & the Half Blood Prince,” filmed on location in 2007.

Day 7

Raise a Pint of Guinness

No visit to Ireland is complete without a visit to the world-famous Guinness Storehouse in Dublin. Learn the history of Ireland’s most famous beer as you enjoy beer tastings and a rooftop view of the city below.

Day 8

Make Every Moment Count in Ireland

posted by
Marié Digby

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