London to Dublin
FOT-498505/215058 N Europe
11 Nights
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Day 1
London Tower Bridge, UK, England

Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in London. Built between 1886 and 1894, the suspension bridge crosses the River Thames and passes the Tower of London. It consists of two individual towers, which are tied together at the top by two horizontal walkways.

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Day 2
London Tower Bridge, UK, England

Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in London. Built between 1886 and 1894, the suspension bridge crosses the River Thames and passes the Tower of London. It consists of two individual towers, which are tied together at the top by two horizontal walkways.

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Day 3
St Peter Port, Guernsey, UK, Channel Islands

Saint Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey and, although it is a British Island, its proximity to France provides it with a unique culture and a slightly warmer climate. This charming town is home to many interesting features including a glistening harbour; the historic fortress of Castle Cornet; the Royal Court House; and the award-winning Candie Gardens.

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Day 4
St Mary s (Sc), UK, Scilly Isles

St Mary’s is the largest and most populous island of the Isles of Scilly – a British archipelago situated off the coast of Cornwall. This calm island is ideal for birdwatching, while the many beaches provide for many a pleasant stroll. There is also a museum, which houses a range of exhibitions that will collectively paint a picture of the history and culture of the Scilly Islands.

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Day 4
Tresco, UK, Scilly Isles

The island of Tresco is located off the coast of Cornwall and is renowned for its tranquil setting and superb food. The air is clean on this car-free island, and thus offers the perfect to place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

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Day 5
Pembroke, UK, Wales
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Day 5
Skomer Island, UK, Wales
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Day 6
Skellig Michael, Ireland
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Day 6
Valentia Island, Ireland
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Day 7
Galway, Ireland

Galway has long been known as “The City of the Tribes”, due to the fact it was once ruled by 14 merchant families. Remnants of this era remain present within the area to this day in the form of castles and landmarks. There are a number of landmarks within the immediate vicinity of the city including the historic Spanish Arch, the Cathedral of Our Lady, and a number of museums. Of course, one of the best ways to soak up your surroundings is to do as the Irish do and enjoy a pint in one of the many pubs.

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Day 8
Inishmore, Ireland
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Day 8
Clare Island, Ireland
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Day 9
Killybegs, Ireland

The Irish town of Killybegs is the largest fishing port in County Donegal and is situated on the south coast of the region. Visitors can come and soak up the atmosphere by strolling alongside the beach or exploring the town’s rich history of tapestries and carpets. These are produced in a Turkish style at the largest carpet loom factory in the world – located within the county.

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Day 10
Portrush, UK, N Ireland

The resort town of Portrush is situated on the northern coast of Northern Ireland and offers a distinctively charming atmosphere. There is a wide range of beaches, many of which are popular with surfers. Portrush also provides an ideal point of access from which to travel to the iconic Giant’s Causeway – a spectacular natural rock formation which holds status as being Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Day 11
Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and is a centre for education, culture, and much more. Situated on the east coast, facing the Irish Sea and at the head of a large crescent-shaped bay, the city generally occupies a flat site. The city is home to many historical landmarks including the 16th century Dublin Castle, the 11th-century Protestant cathedral of Christ Church, and the 16th century Gothic St Patrick’s Cathedral. One of the Dublin’s most significant natural sites is Phoenix Park, which is regarded as one of the world’s great city parks and contains Dublin Zoo – the third-oldest public zoo in the world. No visit to Dublin would be complete without visiting a traditional Irish public house, and the 100 metre Hole-In-The-Wall is thought to be the longest in Europe.

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